24 Podcast Suggestions for Men

by Jeremy Anderberg on September 11, 2013 · 149 comments

in Diversions, Travel & Leisure


The humble podcast has seen its fair share of ups and downs since its inception (at least as we know it now) about 15 years ago. These days, podcasting is more popular than ever, and for good reason. It’s never been easier to have a whole library of information right in your pocket. Cars have wi-fi and auxiliary ports, smartphones have download speeds that would put the early days of AOL to shame, and for better or worse, folks of the digital age can’t seem to go more than a few minutes without headphones in their ears. More than just a diversion, however, podcasts can help you become a better man (they can also just be plain entertaining — nothing wrong with that!).

Listening to podcasts can give you interesting tidbits to throw out at your next cocktail party, make your morning commute or road trip fly by, and perhaps best of all, help further your mission of becoming a lifelong learner. From history lessons, to discussions about media and popular culture, to business ideas, the amount of knowledge out there for the taking in the form of podcasts is immeasurable. Second, listening to podcasts helps you make the most of your time. Instead of listening to the banal banter of morning radio during your commute, listen to a podcast and sharpen your mind for the day. Instead of music while working out or mowing the lawn, listen to a few TED talks. It may seem strange, but listening to something that engages my mind helps me focus on something other than how I’d rather be on my couch reading a book.

The real problem, as I see it, is that podcast discovery is still lacking. Most of the services built-in to your phones or tablets are junk for the discovery process. They don’t organize well, they’re not able to “read” your interests, etc. In addition, there are well over 100,000 podcasts to choose from. That’s quite an intimidating number if you’re new to the game. That’s where I come in. I’ve spent the last few months listening to hours and hours of podcasts in order to highlight some ideas for the modern man to start with. The reality is that you won’t be able to listen to all of these. If you’re like me, you’ll do some experimenting, and end up with 3 or 4 that you try to listen to on a regular basis. Whether educational, athletic, entertaining, or humorous, there’s sure to be something for everyone in this list.

In the comments, tell me the podcasts that you listen to on a regular basis and enjoy.


BR_Podcast_Square-150x150 Book Riot. In general, the world of book blogs and podcasts is a bit pretentious. They love their big words and generally frown upon popular fiction in favor of high literature. Book Riot is different. The podcast is a weekly round-up of new books in the news, reading statistics, and general thoughts from the world of publishing. As a bit of a bibliophile, this is by far my favorite book podcast. It’s also my favorite book-related website, and they recently did a post on best books to read during football season, so check that out as well!
hardcorehistory Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History. Carlin knows that his show is not your average podcast. It has a fairly random schedule, and length runs into multiple hours, making it a daunting task to get through them. He’s also definitely not always politically correct and isn’t afraid to voice his opinion. But isn’t that the beauty of podcasts? Anyone and everyone can have an opinion, and people love Carlin’s, as this podcast is consistently featured in top lists. His brilliance is in connecting modern events and ways of thinking with the past, and discovering what we can learn.
footballprogram Dave Dameshek Football Program. It’s football season. Get you fix with NFL.com staffer Dave Dameshek. A couple times per week he interviews players, talks a little bit about fantasy football (and his league with Bill Simmons and Jon Hamm — not too shabby), and gives the run-down on all things NFL. For whatever sport you love, there are going to be multiple podcasts for you to choose from, and there’s a good chance that your favorite team also has its own podcast run by some hardcore local fan. If you’re looking for a focus on fantasy, ESPN’s Fantasy Focus is a daily goldmine of the latest stats, injuries, and sleepers to look for.
Print HBR IdeaCast. Harvard Business Review is known for bringing new insights to the world of business and productivity. You need a fairly expensive subscription to get access to all their content, but their free weekly podcast provides a sampling of new ideas to think about. With each episode being only 15 to 20 minutes long, it’s easy to keep up with, which is nice. It’s also not too niche — just about anyone can take insights from almost every episode. Recent titles include, “The Rise of the Megacorporation,” “Working Fathers Need Balance Too,” and “How to Schedule Time for Meaningful Work.” All good and interesting stuff!
thumbnail-nerdist The Nerdist. Years ago, a little-known actor and comedian, Chris Hardwick, started The Nerdist podcast. It was this show that catapulted him to semi-fame, and he now even hosts AMC TV shows The Talking Dead and Talking Bad — weekly commentary on The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad, respectively. This podcast centers on long interviews with celebs from the entertainment industry — that’s about it. It’s fairly vulgar sometimes, so be warned. I don’t listen to every show, as they’re usually over an hour long and come out every few days, but it’s nice to pick and choose the folks you’d like to hear interviews with. The Nerdist has grown into a bit of an empire, and you’re sure to find something you like in their network of podcasts.
NPR-fresh-air-logo NPR Fresh Air. This is my favorite podcast. Interviewer Terry Gross has been hosting for nearly 40 years, so she knows what she’s doing. Every single day, she interviews someone interesting. It varies between celebrities, authors, entertainers, researchers, etc. What’s great is that she gets into people’s lives beyond just the artificial details. This podcast never ceases to fascinate me, no matter who is being interviewed. Recent guests include David Letterman (during late night TV show host week), Bradley Cooper, and Jenji Kohan (creator of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black).
npr NPR How To Do Everything. Our next NPR choice is a totally random podcast about how to do stuff. They describe themselves as “half advice show, half survival guide.” Sounds good to me! Many podcasts are more cerebral in nature — they’re just entertaining or maybe things to think about, but this show is practical AND entertaining. Recent topics include how to deal with a smelly roommate, how to survive an airport delay, and how to smuggle money across the border.
TEDhour TED Radio Hour. We’ve extolled the awesomeness of TED before. It’s a fantastic resource for short snippets of information and new ideas about the world we live in. There is a TED podcast that’s just a feed of all their talks. That’s great in itself, but NPR’s TED Radio Hour takes it up a notch. This weekly hour-long show finds talks around a common topic and brings them together for some amazing mind-melding ideas. One recent show, titled “Turning Points,” profiled three people whose lives were instantly changed by a single event. Another of my recent favorites, called “To The Edge,” explores people who literally go to the edge of the world for more than just the sake of adventure. You can’t go wrong listening to this show.
mp Marketplace. Every weekday, Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal along with his staff of tireless reporters provides insights and commentary on the world of business, financial markets, and personal finance. What we love most about Marketplace is how accessible they make economics for the average Joe. What’s more, they do a bang-up job of explaining how the national as well as international economies affect the wallets of regular folks. If you’ve wanted to bone up on economics and finances, Marketplace is a great way to start.
stuffyoushouldknow Stuff You Should Know. If there’s a more self-explanatory name for a podcast, I can’t find it. It’s not always practical, but it always lives up to its name as stuff you really should know. There is no niche here — it’s a fairly random assortment of tidbits of knowledge for you to know. Nothing wrong with that! Recent topics include, “How Broken Bones Work,” “History’s Greatest Traitors,” and “How Ejection Seats Work.”
TAL_color2 This American Life. A radio classic since 1995, This American Life often features stories that delve into the essence of human nature. It’s almost like 60 Minutes for radio. The stories are usually told as first-person narratives, and regularly speak to current events. It combines news with creative storytelling and journalism, making for one of the most unique combinations on the airwaves today. They just aired their 500th show, so you have plenty of great shows to listen to from the archive as well.
This-Is-Your-Life-Podcast-Michael-Hyatt-Pocket-Changed This Is Your Life. Michael Hyatt has long been a well-known blogger and author, and about a year ago he launched a podcast. He delves into a variety of topics relating to business and personal growth. Sometimes his topics are a bit too specific for all listeners (Advice for Beginning Bloggers), so I tend to pick and choose the topics that interest me. Many business and productivity bloggers/podcasters reference this show as a favorite of theirs, and every few weeks, I’d have to agree.
startalkradio Star Talk. For being a scientist (primarily an astrophysicist), Neil deGrasse Tyson has become something of a household name. He’s a frequent guest on various media outlets as a general science expert, and produces and hosts this science podcast in a way that the common man can understand (for the most part). What really sets him apart is that he’s just a funny guy. He doesn’t take science too seriously, which is often what plagues men from delving into its study. His show dives into the science of sex, the real-life probability of a zombie apocalypse, and of course the occasional astronomy lesson. Fascinating stuff here.
freakonomics-white_medium_image Freakonomics Radio. What started as a book (Freakonomics) has turned into a movie, consulting group, additional books, and a podcast. Combining pop culture with economics, the authors set out to provide a way for the common man to gain a deeper understanding of a wide range of topics. The book was great at connecting ideas that didn’t seem to have any connection. But the podcast takes the slightly different angle of simply hoping to help you think differently about something. Recent shows include, “Do You Really Want to Know Your Future,” “How to Think About Guns,” and “Do Baby Girls Cause Divorce?” The shows are generally less than 30 minutes, so you can get your weekly fix without too much commitment.
tumblr_mbyxjsTbcq1qauj8jo1_500 Stuff You Missed in History Class. This one is for those history buffs out there. Whereas Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History tries to connect the past and present in new ways, this show is simply a weekly history lesson for interesting topics that…may not have been covered in your history classes. This is just a fun show with no real practical use whatsoever. Recent shows have featured oyster wars, the Hope Diamond, and the origin of ice cream.
ricksteves Travel with Rick Steves. I debated whether or not to include this on the list. Rick Steves is a bit dorky, and sometimes pretentious about his travel tips. His weekly show often features places the average fella will never get to. Having said that, this podcast is a gold mine if you know where you’re traveling to and want some insider info. Do a Google search for “Rick Steves [insert location] podcast” and he’s likely talked about it at some point. Or, maybe you’re looking for your next vacation, in which case it won’t hurt to listen to a few random episodes to help you think of ideas.
getfitguy Get-Fit Guy. The folks over at Quick and Dirty Tips are best known for their Grammar Girl, but they have a couple of other great podcasters too. They’re quick and dirty because the tips are generally 10 minutes or less, and give simple advice to remember the ideas they’re trying to get across. Get-Fit Guy, as the name suggests, gives tips for how to get in shape, ideas for dieting, and often comments on current trends (like Intermittent Fasting).
ModernMannersGuy_pod Modern Manners Guy. Learn about proper etiquette for various situations with just 10 or so minutes per week. We’ve written plenty about this topic, but Modern Manners Guy (MMG) covers some things you may not have thought of intentionally, but are important nonetheless. What’s proper etiquette for workplace relationships? How do you handle awkward bathroom situations, especially when you’re a guest? How can you tell a coworker or family member they’ve had too much to drink without coming across like a jerk? An incredibly helpful show for men.
craft-beer-radio-podcast Craft Beer Radio. The point of this recommendation is not that you should listen to Craft Beer Radio, necessarily, but that you find a podcast related to a hobby of yours. I occasionally partake in homebrewing, and my wife and I often explore local breweries here in the beer mecca of Denver. Craft Beer Radio does tasting notes, industry news, etc. It’s a great resource for beer enthusiasts. Chances are high that you’ll find a podcast for any hobby you could have. From woodworking, to gardening, to guns, you’ll find something to supplement your favorite diversions.
marriage One Extraordinary Marriage. It’s hard to find a good marriage/parenting podcast that isn’t religious. This one is a Christian husband and wife team who talk every week about how to have a better marriage, with parenting tips getting some play as well. Recent topics include the impact of porn on marriage, keeping secrets from your spouse, and “sexpectations.” It’s a little cheesy sometimes, but their ideas are generally pretty universal, so folks who aren’t Christian can get something out of it as well. Another good one to check out is Stay Happily Married.
onnit Onnit Podcast. Here at AoM, we love Onnit. They have awesome kettlebells, maces, and even superfood supplements. Their goal is basically to help everyone unleash the uber-mensch within them. Their podcast follows that mantra and is generally centered around an interview with someone who has taken life by the horns both physically and mentally, and that includes Brett. Other guests include performance psychiatrist Dr. Dan Engle, author and entrepreneur Lewis Howes, and MMA fighter Mike “The Truth” Jackson.
Screen Shot 2013-08-28 at 1.23.44 PM 5am Miracle. This new podcast is only 9 episodes into its existence. Host Jeff Sanders seeks to optimize and dominate mornings. We’ve praised being a man of the morning before, and this show takes that to a whole new level. He talks about habits for adopting a powerful morning ritual, the benefits of rising early, and how to eat/workout to maximize your productivity and efficiency. Luckily, the majority of his tips can be applied no matter what time you get out of bed in the morning.
radiolab-logo Radiolab. Big thanks to Kate for pointing me to Radiolab. Radiolab is a cross between This American Life and Fresh Air that seeks to explore scientific and philosophical subjects in an accessible and light-hearted way. The show experiments with new ways of telling interesting stories — be it through interviews, music, or simply editing/presenting a story or topic in a fresh and unique way. They update every other week, and it varies between full-length episodes (1+ hour long) and “shorts” (30 minutes or so). Recent shows include a full-length episode on blood — everything from fake blood in movies, to blood being used in/as art, etc. And a recent short tells the story of the first person to be cured of rabies, a disease that previously held a 100% fatality rate. That particular episode was one of the more interesting and captivating that I’ve heard in all of my research. Be warned — if you don’t give yourself enough time to listen to a whole Radiolab episode, you’re going to find yourself having a “driveway moment” to see how the story turns out.
aomlogo Art of Manliness. In being as objective as I can, our podcast is sure to help you on your road to being a better man. From celebrity interviews (Nick Offerman aka Ron Swanson, Rich Sommer of Mad Men), to conversations with authors, to speaking with men of the land like Creek Stewart and Forrest Pritchard, Brett covers a wide variety of subjects that men are interested in. He posts a new podcast every other week (okay, not always) and tries to keep them between 30-45 minutes long. Be sure to check out the show’s archives, and let us know if there’s anything in particular you’d like to see featured in the future!

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101 George Mussel September 16, 2013 at 12:46 am

The Joe Rogan Experience is a must!

102 Henry September 16, 2013 at 3:51 am

You forgot the gunrunner podcast, and the gun dudes podcast

103 Daniel September 16, 2013 at 7:34 am

A great list!

Highly recommend Kevin Rose’s “THE RANDOM SHOW” which is a vlogcast about technology, startups and other manly pursuits.

Playlist on youTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0PbFuHpyY4&feature=c4-overview&list=UUSYG0DaTjEpo9LlE-f_1L1g

104 Tristan September 16, 2013 at 8:05 am

My Brother, My Brother, and Me. An advice show for the modern era. MBMBaM is probably one of the funniest podcasts available.

105 James ALlen September 16, 2013 at 11:08 am

By far my favorite podcast is 99% Invisible. Producer/ host Roman Mars talks about design and architecture and how they shape our everyday experience, often without us knowing the design elements exist. They are generally pretty short, running from 15 – 25 minutes long. Definitely worth a download! http://99percentinvisible.org/

106 Jon September 16, 2013 at 10:46 pm

Joe Rogan Experience!!!

107 Nate September 17, 2013 at 5:23 am

what about PKA (on youtube) you can watch pre recorded ones @ WoodysGamertag
just go to his newest one titled “PKA 149 wings tells love story’s” (that was jut an example but the title will look like that) its 4 guys and sometimes a guest doing “gamer” related things they talk about current events too

108 Steven September 17, 2013 at 3:41 pm

I was literally just looking for new Podcasts to pick up yesterday. I’ve been listening to StarTalk and Doug Loves Movies. I’m really excited to try these new ones out. Thanks!

109 Jason September 17, 2013 at 7:24 pm

For those who want to make electronic things, The Ben Heck Show is phenomenal: http://revision3.com/tbhs/feed/MP4-Large

For learning about financial markets and investment, I like Motley Fool Money: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/MotleyFoolMoney

For spiritual fulfillment I listen to ESV Bible podcast: ESV Daily Reading Bible http://feeds.feedburner.com/ESV-daily-reading-bible

And of course, AoM.

I use this Bluetooth headset and it works great: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B009A5204K/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1379463670&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL85

I never liked to exercise before and time in the car was boring. I’ve been listening to podcasts for a few years now and the time is much more productive.

110 Nimrod September 18, 2013 at 1:30 am

Long time fan of The Survival Podcast (thesurvivalpodcast.com). Jack does a great job covering prepping without all the scare tactics. It is a daily podcast (5x per week) so even if the topic doesn’t interest you wait until tomorrow.

His tag line is “Helping you build a better life, if times get tough or even if they don’t. “

111 Jason September 18, 2013 at 9:16 am

I forgot to mention in the comment above that as another user mentioned I use BeyondPod on Android. I have the plug in that lets you play the podcast at 1.5x or 2x. I think it cost about $7 and its well worth it because on many podcasts the folks talk too slow so I play a lot of them at 1.5x speed.

112 Sean September 18, 2013 at 4:33 pm

Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me is, hands down, the best podcast. A little news and a lot of laughs.

113 Kol September 18, 2013 at 6:59 pm

How can you forget the Joe Rogan Experience ?!

114 Alexis September 20, 2013 at 4:55 am

Awesome. thank you for sharing.
But there is a BIG MISS. Especially for men.

It’s called “The New Man Podcast” :

145 Podcasts with experts. The last one was on “Former Navy SEAL Mark Divine – How to Develop an Unbeatable Mind”.

Experts goes from Leo Babauta to Steve Pavlina. Or even Laird Hamilton.

Check it : http://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/

- Alexis

115 Al September 20, 2013 at 5:53 pm

Super surprise that Joe Rogan Experience was not on the list even thought Facebook comments was mostly Joe Rogan Experience Fans (like myself).

116 jon September 23, 2013 at 5:14 pm

Great list! I love podcasts

No Agenda is a podcast which takes place two times a week on Thursday and Sunday in the morning, hosted by Adam Curry and John C. Dvorak on the mevio network. The show is a free-flowing conversation that deconstructs recent news and media memes. Much of the appeal of the show comes from the odd couple relationship between the hosts. Adam Curry usually suggests theories about the news or world events, whereas John C. Dvorak is intended to present a more reasoned perspective, and as acting as the “Straight man” to Curry.

The show has no advertisers, instead relying on its listeners to voluntarily donate in either lump sums or a recurring plan (referred to by the hosts as the “Value for Value” model). The show also relies on their listeners (known as “Producers”) to provide artwork and audio clips. Numerous fan sites have sprung up to facilitate this interaction.

117 Alan West September 23, 2013 at 7:37 pm

I would recommend three podcasts for those who have an entrepreneur mind/spirit.

The first is Dan Miller’s 48 Days to the Work you Love Podcast.



The second is John Lee Dumas’ Entrepreneur on Fire Podcast:



And finally, is Dave Ramsay’s The EntreLeadership Podcast:



118 fahad September 24, 2013 at 9:38 am

No list is complete without the manliest podcast of them all, The Adam Carolla Show

119 Raynman September 24, 2013 at 3:57 pm

Recommend Tripp Lanier Then New Man Podcast

120 PogoStick September 25, 2013 at 10:53 am

CBC’s Wiretap

121 james wise September 25, 2013 at 3:45 pm
122 Robert September 27, 2013 at 12:46 am

Well, you’ve missed what i think is the best podcast going, Greg Proops’ “The Smartest Man in the World”. It is smart, it is funny, and tends to cover a crazy range of topics.

For sports, I like The BS Report, The Tony Kornheiser Show, and Fantasy Focus: Football.

For pop culture, Girls In Hoodies, Hollywood Prospectus, and Harmontown.

123 HedgeHogintheFog September 27, 2013 at 12:43 pm

Joe Rogan Experience. First comes of as way to raunchy, but actually is very insightful.

124 Tanner September 27, 2013 at 7:00 pm

The paleo solution podcast. Hands down.

125 Corey Sorenson September 28, 2013 at 8:11 am

I listen to several of these on a regular basis, but you left off my favorite.

Hands down, the podcast I look forward to the most each week is Snap Judgement from NPR and PRX. Similar in format to This American Life, but with a beat.

126 Thomas Rupich October 1, 2013 at 5:49 pm

great list, but here’s another must listen for all men: http://www.fanape.podbean.com

127 John October 7, 2013 at 2:07 pm

I have stumbled onto tyreeradio.com they do a show towards man but it isn’t a one subject podcast very entertaining.

128 Todd October 12, 2013 at 1:10 am

A podcast that would be a great complement to Art of Manliness readers is the American Mansy Podcast. There’s no better source on how to handle yourself, your relationships, and especially women. Cool apps for smartphones too. Check them out! http://americanmansy.com

129 stuff October 16, 2013 at 8:02 pm

the stone cold steve austin podcast is pretty manly


130 Jeff Schmeissenkatzen October 18, 2013 at 3:05 pm

Keg Podcast is really cool. Two guys chilling, drinking beers and talking about the week.

I listen to it on the commute to work. Much longer than most of the other stupidly short podcasts out there.

One British, one American guy, both living in Germany, makes it interesting too.


131 Pete October 19, 2013 at 7:33 am

No Agenda. The Best Podcast in the Universe.

132 J Block October 20, 2013 at 9:19 pm

I’ve read several “best of” podcasts. How are they not including The JRE. POWERFUL !!!

133 Garrett October 29, 2013 at 8:44 am

I don’t know how you do one of these lists and not include Adam Carolla and Marc Maron. Both of their podcasts are tremendous.
This is a good list, though. There are a few here I need to check out.

134 Filipe October 31, 2013 at 4:33 pm

Where is Joe Rogan Experience ? Best podcast of all times .

135 K3vbot November 5, 2013 at 7:12 pm

How in the hell can you not include Joe Rogan Experience? Like history? it’s in there. Like science? it’s in there. Like comedy? it’s in there. Like dangerous animals? I think they may literally talk about it every show. Huge variety of guests and they get all their sponsors out of the way in the beginning so there’s no break. Also Doug Benson’s Doug Loves Movies is probably the most fun podcast out there. Comedy Bang Bang is classic as well, there’s a reason they got a TV deal as well.

136 Seagyn November 8, 2013 at 5:11 am
137 Jason November 9, 2013 at 11:07 pm

Your list is flawed Sir, and thus not Powerful. Clearly you need The Joe Rogan Experience.

138 Pete November 12, 2013 at 12:11 pm

The Joe Rogan Experience has blasted the doors of my consciousness wide open. He may not be the most intellectual, but MAN does he get the most from his guests!

139 Dave November 13, 2013 at 12:43 pm

I love self help podcasts and I must say if you love them like me you must check out Operation Self Reset. Its the best interviews, tips, and new ideas on how to improve your life. I have listened to all of them and this guy who runs it is awesome!!

140 HopToIt November 17, 2013 at 6:34 pm

BookRiot… You’ll last 6 mins. into latest episode before stabbing ears with plasticware due to “snarky” tech-talk book review. Toss out this internet bathwater.

Better off with Garrison Keillor’s ‘Writer’s Almanac’ – short, poised, humorous, thoughtful.

141 Bill Black December 6, 2013 at 7:17 pm

Men who are Business Owners should check out http://www.ExitCoachRadio.com It’s 1 minute highlights of interviews with all kinds of business advisors – over 5 new interviews per week and daily fresh content

142 Dya December 23, 2013 at 8:18 am

Currently listening to a podcast called The Verbal Shotgun Effect. The latest episode (episode 6 I think) is really good.
Essentially, it’s like a good radio station.
Their website is VerbalShotgun.com or something. I’d google it, but can’t be bothered! ;-)


143 Michael January 2, 2014 at 1:53 pm

“Judge John Hodgman” is smart and funny.

“Under the Influence” from the CBC offers an entertaining look at the advertising world.

144 Reggie January 18, 2014 at 12:45 am

I like this list. I’ve heard of the Nerdist, but the Stuff You Missed In History Class” was a new one to me, so thanks.

Another good show for men that I like is “The Victory Unlimited Show”. It’s a dating, relationship, and life strategy show for men that’s done in a Golden Age of Radio Style. Think: What if Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, or the Green Hornet was giving you advice, and you’d be pretty close to knowing what to expect.

Here’s a link to it:


145 Phil January 22, 2014 at 8:20 pm

For all you real men out there get onto the joe rogan experience . By far the most insightful, funny podcast on the internet today . Go on bitches get onnit !

146 Martin February 17, 2014 at 6:07 am

Joe Rogan Podcast. How can you miss that?

147 Dave February 18, 2014 at 3:24 pm

Agree with The Verbal Shotgun comment. Well worth a listen

Five stars for me!

148 Jacob March 30, 2014 at 3:11 pm

Bill Burr monday morning podcast should be on this list

149 Phil April 2, 2014 at 9:13 am

Not heard of the Verbal Shotgun Effect podcast before but I had a listen and I’ve downloaded them all (there are 10 at the moment).
Its not bad for a journey to work. They have a section where they play a song from an unsigned band. Makes for a good listen

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