A curated list of recommended podcasts
Do you like what you hear on our podcast Kurator and want more on the same topics? Then you should give these great, regular podcasts a try!
Not sure how to get started? Just follow these simple steps: 1. Install AntennaPod from your app store. 2. Open the sidebar and tap Add Podcast. 3. Enter the name of the podcast you want to subscribe to, like Kurator, in the search bar 4. Tap the correct podcast and then the Subscribe button.
That’s it. wait and enjoy as all the latest episodes gets automatically downloaded, or tap Open podcast and manually download interesting episodes from the back catalog.
Some podcasts need your support to survive. If you’re going to buy any of the services or products mentioned below anyway, we hope you will do it through these links. Most sources of information and entertainment today are owned by huge corporations, with a lot of money and power – and sometimes a vested interest in the things they talk about, or choose not to talk about. Many podcasts are a great exception. By going through these links you can help them stay alive and independent and become even better! Thank you.
|Rationality – From AI to Zombies||Feed, YouTube||Creative Commons BY-NC-SA|
|You are not so smart||Feed||Patreon, Great Courses Plus, Exo protein bars, Squarespace (Use code SOSMART for 10% off)|
|Steal This Show||Feed||Patreon||Creative Commons BY 4.0|
|The Skeptics Guide to the Universe||Feed||Personal Capital, Go To Meeting, Blue Apron, Great Courses Plus|
|The Titanium Physicists||Feed|
|The Long Now Foundation||Feed|
|Point of Inquiry||Feed||Donate|
|Revisionist History by Malcolm Gladwell||Feed|
|The Scathing Atheist||Feed||Patreon, ZipRecruiter, Stamps.com (click on microphone, enter "scathing")|
|The Skepticrat||Feed||Patreon, The Great Courses Plus|
|Throughline||Feed||Donate to NPR|
|The War on Cars||Feed||Patreon|
|Methods of Rationality||Feed|
|Myths and Legends||Feed||WarDragons (mobile game), LinkedIn|
|Adam Ruins Everything||Feed||No new episodes in a while, but the back catalog is well worth a listen.|
|TED Radio Hour||Feed|