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Thought this would be nice to have since podcasts are huge right now. Every Tom, Dick and Harry now thinks the world can't be deprived of their opinions and starts a podcast.
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There is a thread that already exists for one of the biggest podcast cows, Mike Boudet, but it's pretty dead.>>>/snow/360967
Another totally dead thread that seems to be only for recommending podcasts.>>>/ot/179574
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Reviving the thread because I've pretty much gone through my entire backlog and I need new stuff to listen to at work. Do you guys have any recommendations for good solo/scripted podcasts (preferably historical or non-fiction?) I can only listen to so much banter and improv. For reference, and also as contribution, I really enjoy:
>You Must Remember This
Fantastic looks into Hollywood history. I recommend her very first episode (on Frank Sinatra's weirdest album) for starters, then her Dead Blondes miniseries when you're really getting into it
Stories about attempts at utopian societies. Their first episode about Jamestown is sobering but interesting.
>The Memory Palace
Short, bite-sized "weird history"
inb4 "Just listen to audiobooks" kek
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Does anyone know some good cinema podcast? It could be about any genre or style!
Are there any good podcasts where women (or just even just one woman) just casually discuss random stuff and make jokes and that's also NOT about romance/dating/sex or true crime?>>99816
I like this one too.