• Reply All

    Insanely interesting stories about the internet & other oddities with a good dose of humor.

  • Invisibilia

    The science behind the invisible forces that control human behavior and shape our ideas, beliefs, and assumptions.

  • 99% Invisible

    Design is all around us with so many interesting stories and reasons. Also Roman Mars' voice is delectable.

  • The Memory Palace

    A short story telling podcast of real stories by Nate DiMeo who presents persuasively and gorgeously.

  • This American Life

    The one that started them all. Each episode is a series of generally 3 acts around one topic. Ira Glass is phenomenal and a personal hero. You will learn, laugh and probably also cry.

  • Revisionist History

    By the author Malcolm Gladwell. The research and story telling by MG here is exceptional. It will make you smarter.

  • Planet Money

    All about the economy in interesting stories.

  • Radiolab

    An astounding production on topics of Science. Start with Black Box, my favorite episode.

  • Startup Podcast

    The first season is the best one.

  • More Perfect

    A spin off from RadioLab about the law. Specific cases and outcomes of the law. I cannot rave more about this - if you are alive, this stuff impacts you.

  • The Weeds

    If you like getting deep into the weeds about policy making and white papers - join me in listening to this discussion every week. It's smart and relatable.

  • Heavyweight

    I didn't think I'd like this. I did. Jonathan Goldstein goes back to the moment everything changed.

  • Note to Self

    A tech podcast about its impact in our daily life. Presented by an awesome woman.

  • Death, Sex & Money

    Anna Sale is an empathetic, curious, intelligent interviewer. From strangers to celebrities she easily and gently talks the three taboos into normality.

  • Love + Radio

    People's secrets and stories. Told by them in first person.

  • Stuff You Should Know

    An hour or two riff on things you should really know.

  • Slate's Political Gabfest

    A panel of clever people debate the topics of the week.

  • Embedded

    Season One digs into stories of policing and opioids. Season 2 covers Trump's past. Both are fascinating.

  • Inc Uncensored

    Startups, tech and exit interviews. A discussion of the weeks events from Inc Magazine.

  • Slate Money

    Everything finance - sometimes hotly debated and other times technical. Always interesting.

  • Pod Save America

    Somehow these guys (ex Obama communications and specialists) strike just the right tone of hilarity, serious policy and activism. Hat tip also to Pod Save the World on foreign policy.

  • Reveal

    Unbelievable thoroughly researched stories from the Centre for Investigative Reporting.

  • The Daily

    A daily podcast from the NYT with one topic for 20 minutes hosted by the empathetic and gentle Michael Barbaro. Brilliantly executed.

  • Rough Translation

    From a Ukrainian battlefield to a Somali prison cell, an Indian yoga studio and a Syrian refugee's first date, this show tells stories that follow familiar conversations into unfamiliar territory.

  • Nancy

    Stories and conversations about the queer experience today. I've learned from this, laughed during this, cringed and felt like crying. Soak this world up.

  • Lovett or Leave It

    A live spin off show from Pod Save America lightening up the current political situation in America if you want a few laughs - and rants - about it.

  • On the Media

    A weekly show exploring behind the scenes of the media, fluctuations in the marketplace of ideas, and threats to the freedom of information and expression of ideas.

  • This Week in Tech

    A panel discussion of intriguing minds of the news of tech that week. Probably the most popular tech show.

  • The Theory of Everything

    Benjamen Walker hosts a hard to describe podcasts that connect the dots in our world. Try more than one.

  • No Such Thing as a Fish

    The Q1 elves host a funny show about the extraordinary fact findings that week for the show.

  • Undone

    Following up how big stories we thought were over were actually the beginning of something else.

  • Crimetown

    Season 1 explored the fascinating Providence, Rhode Island, where organized crime and corruption infected every aspect of public life. It is a high-level production of a real story.

  • Criminal

    It's a true crime show but not how you tend to know them. Hosted by Phoebe Judge it explores all kinds of stories as something sociological, historical, even anthropological. And Phoebe's voice & technique is bizarrely calming.

  • Appels en Peren Show (Dutch)

    My favorite Dutch podcast show run by 2 guys chatting about tech. I find myself constantly laughing aloud.

  • Tech 45 (Flemish)

    Tech as the name says.

  • Double Dutch (Dutch)

    Two Dutch journalists living in New York discuss the current state of politics there, with a hefty dose of European how the hell is this happening.

  • Tech Snacks (Dutch)

    The title really says it all. Bite sized episodes of tech!

  • De Week van NuTech (Dutch)

    Essentially this Week in Tech for the Dutchies.

  • Trump Inc

    A collaborative reporting project from WNYC Studios and ProPublica that digs deep into questions about how Trump's business works. What deals are happening, who they're happening with, and you know, how corrupt it all really is.

  • Slow Burn

    It turns out I didn't know that much about Watergate. And this podcast delivered me the inside knowledge and background facts beautifully. It's binge worthy.

  • S-Town

    This is a story about one person. It's beautiful. It's a brain child of Ira Glass. Listen to it.

  • Homecoming

    A psycho thriller in podcast format that will ease you in then hook you. It's the only fiction podcast I listen to. And ja, Ross from Friends is in it.

  • Echt Gebeurd (Dutch)

    It's like The Moth. But then in Dutch.