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Must-Listen Podcasts to Ease Your Commute

Must-Listen Podcasts to Ease Your Commute

We love podcasts and as difficult as it was to prioritize the ones we like best, here are 4 that you absolutely have to check out. Utilize these must-listen podcasts to ease your commute!

This American Life

If you’re a dedicated podcast listener (who got addicted to the concept during the Serial frenzy), you probably already know about This American Life. If not, it’s time to jump on board. In each hour-long episode, host Ira Glass and his staff explore a compelling issue through fascinating stories, with topics ranging from school district integration to fast food qualms. Listen: for thought-provoking investigative journalism and interviews.

99% Invisible

Are you big on architecture and design? Subscribe to this podcast stat! The radio show was under the radar for a while, but it’s starting to gain a huge following – and for good reason. Tune in to learn about the design flaws of the cul-de-sac or an architectural engineering project that went terribly wrong. Listen: for insightful context on overlooked ideas.

Hidden Brain

This brand new podcast delves into the inner workings of human behaviour. Science correspondent Shankar Vedantam explores everything from weird patterns in conversation to what your car-parking habits say about you. It’s ideal for shorter commutes, since each episode is only about 20-minutes long. Listen: for quick insights on why people do the things they do.

You Made it Weird with Pete Holmes

In his long-form comedy interview podcast, NYC-based comedian Pete Homes is quick to convince his interview subjects (like Jon Hamm and Ellie Kemper) to embrace their inner weirdness. Instead of sticking to a structured Q&A format, the interviews quickly become fluid conversations that always take unexpected turns. Listen: for light-hearted banter that’s equally earnest.

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