@vasta I move between podcasts depending on mood. Looks like you’re already familiar with Radiotopia, but I love Love + Radio. Gimlet network worth exploring, as well. My new discoveries that have moved to the top of my list are “Switched on Pop” and “Hurry Slowly.”

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@vasta the memory palace. Hands down. I listen to WAAAAAY toooo many podcasts, but think that Nate DiMeo's memory palace is by far the most beautiful — it exists in an entirely different space, most of the time — part historical, part poetry — all storytelling.

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@vasta the memory palace. Hands down. I listen to WAAAAAY toooo many podcasts, but think that Nate DiMeo's memory palace is by far the most beautiful — it exists in an entirely different space, most of the time — part historical, part poetry — all storytelling.

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@vasta Yeah, there are just no good techniques for speed listening yet. Anyway to recommend I would go with popular ones - The Truth from Radiotopia and Reply All from Gimlet Media. Must listens.

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@vasta I think that the 14 part Seeing White series(Scene on Radio) was stunning storytelling, introspection, and history. My other must listen is the fantastic Eat This Podcast by @jeremycherfas which is about science and culture via the lens of food.

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@vasta I struggle with podcast recommendations or endorsements for reasons I explored here. I second @eli’s endorsement of The Memory Palace, though. It’s one of the very best. (I love the soliciting endorsements over recommendations, & the implicit distinction, by the way.)

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@schuth Oh, yes! Endorsing podcasts for those that are new to them is an impossible, thankless task. I struggle with the same thing; how do you tell someone that they should allow such intimacy into their world? (Great suggestions, by the way. A fan of all of those.)

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@vasta I think that the 14 part Seeing White series(Scene on Radio) was stunning storytelling, introspection, and history. My other must listen is the fantastic Eat This Podcast by @jeremycherfas which is about science and culture via the lens of food.

Recommended by c #

@vasta Yeah, there are just no good techniques for speed listening yet. Anyway to recommend I would go with popular ones - The Truth from Radiotopia and Reply All from Gimlet Media. Must listens.

Recommended by amit #

@vasta I move between podcasts depending on mood. Looks like you’re already familiar with Radiotopia, but I love Love + Radio. Gimlet network worth exploring, as well. My new discoveries that have moved to the top of my list are “Switched on Pop” and “Hurry Slowly.”

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@vasta how about this? 99percentinvisible.org

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@vasta I’ve been meaning to update that list, since my listening habits have had to change a bit, recently. At the very end of the list I link to an article about critical theory's relationship with podcasts. I think about that article pretty much every single day.

Recommended by eli #