Podcasts that are worth a hear if you want to listen something other than music

a digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or mobile device, typically available as a series, new instalments of which can be received by subscribers automatically.

It’s like almighty blessed us with another boon and named it Podcast. Listening to stories, music, narrations of true incidents, a dose of amazing comedy?

A variety of genres to choose from, stories narrated by some very fine and talented people, podcasts are something that you add can to your playlist or even make a separate playlist dedicated to it while you’re doing regular chores. Here are some of the podcasts you need to add to your playlists.

  1. This American life

On more than 500 stations to about 2.2 million listeners, this weekly public radio show has won all of the major broadcasting awards. This podcast was inspired by the television show of the same name that aired from 2006-2008 that won three Emmys.


  1. Serial

This podcast hosted by Sarah Koenig, is from the creators of ‘This American life’ . The specialities of this podcast is that it tells one true story over the course of one season. The plot and characters leaves you intrigued that you just wouldn’t want it to end.

  1. You must remember this

A storytelling podcast is created by Karina Longworth, who is also the writer, narrator and recorder of this audio show. A multi guest starrer, this podcast is one of the top film podcasts around, and is usually in the Top 100 of all podcasts on iTunes.


  1. Untold: The Daniel Morgan Murder

This podcast is written and produced by Peter Jukes and Deeivya Meir. Fun fact, the money for their productions costs come from original crowd funding and ad revenue. Right now, the second season is in the making, and if you enjoyed the first season, you can donate to help with researching and recording process and overall help improve the quality of the show.


  1. Revisionist History

This podcast reinterprets things from the past, It could be a n event, a person or an idea. This one is from Malcom Gladwell who is a successful essayist and author.


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