In the midst of social distancing, many of us are missing intimate, interesting conversations. Luckily, there’s a slew of great podcasts out there to soften the blow. Here are some of our favorites.
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Def Jam Recordings founder Rick Rubin, along with journalists Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam, and producer Justin Richmond, talk with musicians across the globe, giving behind-the-scenes testimonies on some of their most notable works.
Gene Demby and Shereen Marisol Meraji travel through history and explore how race shapes policy and culture, shining a light on its many societal implications.
In the podcast version of ESPN’s 98.7 radio show, Michael Kay, Peter Rosenberg and New Jersey’s Don La Greca talk all things sports—or, right now, what sports used to be. The trio has been giving updates on all the top leagues, and how they’ve been affected by Covid-19.
This WBUR and New York Times collaboration tells poignant love stories of all kinds, voiced by prominent actors and artists.
Vox Media’s tech podcast, hosted by Arielle Duhaime-Ross, dives into the ways that technology affects our everyday lives—from the apps we use to the things we wear to the problems we face globally.
America’s favorite science teacher sits down with other experts to discuss everything from the effect of vitamins on our diet to the question of whether the human race is continuing evolution. In recent episodes, Nye has been answering several listener questions about Covid-19.
In this lifestyle podcast, New Jersey’s own Jen Tripucka talks with guests about all things Hudson County. In a recent episode, she sat down with a local infectious disease doctor to answers user questions on the coronavirus.
Now in its 25th year running, Ira Glass’s weekly radio show tells in-depth stories about life in America on a strikingly wide-ranging scale.Click here to leave a comment