170 podcasts. 288 hours of audio. That’s…a lot of audio.
Follow the playlist here on Spotify.
I tried to organize the playlist by category, but without numbers next each podcast, it’s not the easiest to follow. Here is a super rough breakdown.
- First five: True Crime
- Second chunk: Health, creativity, philosophy, and psychedelics
- Third half: politics, news, and culture.
- Remaining: Interesting, silly, funny, whatever
Granted I’ve been building this playlist for the past 365 days, but here are some that stand out to me upon review:
- Meltdown on Audible, detailing the the financial crisis of 2008 and how it lead to our current political situation
- David Sirota, founder of the news outlet Daily Poster, creator of the Meltdown podcast, and co-writer on the film Don’t Look Up
- 60 Songs that explain the 90’s on Dave Matthews Band’s “Crash,” Outkast’s “Rosa Parks,” Third Eye Blind’s “Semi-Charmed Life,” and Aaliyah’s “One in a Million“
- Michael Pollen discussing psychedelics
- Sam Harris on consciousness, free will, and more
- Dr Shanna Swan on the incredible amount of plastic we consume and its affects
- Dr Andrew Huberman on controlling our dopamine levels and the science of ADHD
- Author Steven Pressfield on overcoming self sabotage
- Dr Eric Weinstein speaking like an adult on January 12, 2021
- Jerry Seinfeld on the creative process
- CEO Dan Price on raising the minimum salary at his company to $70K
- Saagar Enjeti, one half of Breaking Points, on power, history, and politics
- Joshua Glasgow on how we can find solace in the death of loved ones
- Dr David Sinclair on how to live longer through the best health practices
- Hit Parade’s examination of the records released in 1971 and how they changed everything