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Podcasts that teach us stuff

Updated: Aug 18, 2022

If you love to learn, then this episode is for you. Louise and DMR go searching for podcasts that teach us stuff and they pick out some of the best. They also have a chat with the hosts of sciency-comedy show, Well... That's Interesting and finish up with recommendations from our listeners!

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Here’s a list of all the podcasts that we recommend and talk about in this episode (in order of when we mention them):

Intro (the podcasts we mention right at the start of the show):

Bad Blood: The Final Chapter (Three Uncanny Four); Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Start Up (Audible); TEDEd - Lessons Worth Sharing (TED).

Part 1 (Podworld’s top 4 education podcasts):

Coffee Break Italian (Radio Lingua Network); You're Wrong About (Michael Hobbes and Sarah Marshall); Teach Me a Lesson (BBC Radio 5 Live); 99% Invisible (Roman Mars).

Part 2 (guest interview):

For this episode, our guest are Jill Cha Cha and Marissa Riley the hosts of the Well... That's Interesting podcast. They mention some of their favourite podcasts: Science Vs (Gimlet), Ologies (Alie Ward), Every Little Thing (Gimlet); This is Actually Happening (Wondery); Behind the Bastards (iHeartRadio). You can follow them on Twitter (@wti_pod) and Instagram (@wellthatsinterestingpod).

Listener recommendations:

Script Notes (John August); The World Around Ewe's Podcast (World Around Ewe).

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Credits: This episode of Podworld was produced and edited by Louise Blain (@shiny_demon) and David Maher Roberts (@dmrpod). Graphics by Dylan Channon. Research by Ella Maher Roberts. Theme music by Dan Phillipson (via Premiumbeat) additional music via Podworld is supported by Dialect - a full-service, digital marketing agency that engages tech and gaming audience for global brands.

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