If you had to pick one, which would be your top choice? I've been listening to a few different ones this year and would like to expand my list. Currently, I listen to the Joe Rogan Experience, This Past Weekend with Theo Vonn, StarTalk Radio, and the Ben Shapiro show. The amount of diverse, successful, and interesting people on Rogan keeps it fresh and entertaining. His guests go from experts in nutrition to mathematicians to martial artists. The topic continuously changes and all the guests are highly skilled in their field. Theo Vonn is a comedian whose show is about joking around and being a better person. He has the most creative vulgarity I've ever witnessed so it's always a fun listen. I listen to StarTalk because I ran out of The Cosby Show episodes and Ben Shapiro to balance out the amount of CNN on my news feed.
I like The No Sleep Podcast, it's pretty great with good voice actors doing some fun horror stories. Bill Burr's Monday Morning Podcast is pretty entertaining stuff to have in the background. Rebel Songs is good for some general punk music, I enjoy listening to that. Earburd Theater tends to be quite good, although I haven't got around to listening to it much.
We're Alive was a fun zombies audio thing that was excellent, and the older Cracked Podcasts were great to listen to and always funny and entertaining, though the new shit gets stale.
Oh, and Dan Carlin's Hardcore History is above all my favorite. The dude is fucking masterful at making history interesting and just bringing it into a more human and understandable view, plus he has a few cool concepts I don't think most people would know about, so even if you're a history buff there's a lot to learn. Axiom showed him to me, and I loved it, so you should all give it a try.
Have you listened to Dan Carlin's other podcast?
Didn't know he had another one. What is it?
Common Sense. It's about the current political landscape and events. Actually, I just looked it up and he may have scrapped it... there hasn't been a new release in a year. It did run over 300 episodes though.
Out of curiosity, what's his political views?
Leans more to the left side of the isle, although it doesn't seem like he pushes democratic policy on his listeners. I think he's more in the mindset of "do whatever the hell you want" as long as it doesn't hurt society or other people. At least that's the case when it comes to personal issues like orientation and trans debates. I couldn't tell you more than that, besides the fact that he's not a Trump fan, which doesn't say much because it's somewhat rare to find a fan of Trump outside the Midwest. Lol.