A comedy podcast that turns listener suggestions into songs.
So, this podcast is a delight. It’s twee, it’s a little too happy with itself, and it’s brought me the most joy during some dark wintery months.
LMaM was a podcast before, and after a hiatus it is back. I’m glad it is. In each episode the hosts — Karen Han, Brian David Gilbert, and Laura Kathryn Gilbert — go through a brainstorming session to come up with a song. …
Two friends live by the rules of self help books.
By The Book is the podcast I never knew I needed and I am completely hooked. Described as ‘half reality show, half self-help podcast’ it really shouldn’t be something I am into, but I am INVESTED.
The magic is in the hosts, their differences, and their extremely wholesome friendship.
Jolenta Greenberg starts off episode 1 detailing just how much of a mess she feels she is, managing to frame this devastating self appraisal with charisma and a forthrightness that aspiring ‘community builders’ in the podcasting world should take note of…
A podcast where listener-submitted questions are answered. Also, puns.
Something about caller hotlines has never rang true for me before now, but here I am, snugly entrenched down the rabbit hole, snared by the sense of whimsy, rationing out the remaining episodes to get me through this pretty bleak winter we’re all being bombarded with.
Every Little Thing answers small questions that listeners have in a punishingly detailed manner. In each episode, experts are tracked down so that they can sniff out answers, and share their fluffy tales of highly specific academia.
Where these listeners come from, I don’t know…
A podcast that narrates episodes of The Office, in a calming tone.
Friends, there are three reasons I am reviewing this particular podcast right now.
Firstly, the pandemic still rages on and our collective mental health continues to be battered like a letter in a bottle being thrown around by a particularly splenetic sea. Honestly, if you’re reading this, you’re doing pretty good out there. Or, in there, hopefully. Stay safe and stay at home, folks.
Secondly, The Office recently moved to Peacock and while I have the app because of a deal with my phone provider (I think), the…
A podcast about jokes, and the people who tell them.
This podcast was recommended to me by my sister, which is notable for two reasons. Firstly, she, like many in my life, tolerates my podcast obsession with as much patience as she can muster. But secondly and more importantly, she generally doesn’t like comedy. At all. By her own admission.
Now, I know that’s a lot to unpack. And maybe that’s for a different podcast. Or therapy. But it’s important context before you dive into this long form interview style podcast.
Good One is a podcast about jokes. It’s not…
A podcast chronicling a Bob’s Burgers obsession brought to you by two superfan sisters.
Is there anything worse than finding a podcast that fills a void you didn’t know existed, only to learn that it’s on hiatus? Well, yes, the world is literally on fire in places right now, so that’s worse. BUT(ts) it is still a shame that this podcast is apparently another victim of real life commitments, COVID-19 stress, and, well, the world being on fire.
I think most people in the world are at least aware of Bob’s Burger, and the fact that under the delicious, cheesy…
A meditative podcast about cereal.
The latest entry in our ‘everything is terrible, but let’s try and get through it, somehow’ series, The Empty Bowl is an auditory oasis in a world that is snapping, crackling, and yes, even popping.
Hosted by cereal eater Justin McElroy and Cerealously creator Dan Goubert, this podcast is released every every two weeks or so and — much like it’s subject — provides both sustenance, and a cheerful little treat, at any time of day.
Ambient music slowly rises to meet you at the start of each episode, and the hosts enter with their…
The best short fiction, read by the best voice in podcasting.
Look everyone, the past few months have been pretty fucking crazy. And I don’t know about you, but it’s brought some anxiety with it. So what better podcast to promote than what is essentially a bedtime story for anxious adults?
LeVar Burton is synonymous with reading and his dulcet tones can soothe your uneasy mind, 50 or so minutes at a time. In each episode he encourages you to ‘take a deep breath’ before enveloping yourself in some engaging short fiction.
The production is of course excellent. Soundscapes are…
A fun and cozy chat show with your fave podcasters as guests.
Here at Podcasteroid we review podcasts that we like. It’s content about content and so it should come as no surprise that the extremely meta Inside Voices is right up our metaphorical alley.
Cozy really is the operative word here. Kevin T. Porter is a podcaster and podcast fan, who is shining a light on his faves and doing an excellent job in allowing his guests to do what they do best; talk.
It seems intuitive to let the guests speak their piece, but so many ‘podcasts about…
With the extremely altered version of Wrestlemania just around the corner, and as WWE scramble to keep up with AEW, it seems like a good time to do a diving moonsault into the world of wrestling podcasts.
It would be rude not to begin with Le Champion. Chris Jericho has been wrestling for a long time and unsurprisingly is well able to run his mouth on a variety of subjects. …
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