Top 10 Podcast I’m Obsessed With

I have been listening to podcasts for the last few years. It wasn’t until last year that I found some really interesting podcasts and got addicted to them. I hope you love them as much as I do.

1. The Black Tapes

The Black Tapes is a bi-weekly podcast that is the product of the Pacific Northwest Stories and Minnow Beats Whale, and is hosted by Alex Reagan. The podcast is a docudrama about a journalist who’s intent on finding out the truth. You have to start listening from the beginning to follow it along. Do you believe in the Supernatural? Do you believe?
Try The Black Tapes, I bet you won’t be able to stop listening. Check out the link below.

2. Tanis

Tanis is a bi-weekly podcast from the Public Radio Alliance and Minnow Beats Whale. It is hosted by Nic Silver. Tanis Podcast is an exploration of the myth of Tanis, and what happens when the relationship between Science and Fiction is unclear. Check out the link below.

3. Lore

Lore is a bi-weekly podcast that explores the history behind mythology. It’s atmospheric and Aaron Mahnke’s luring voice will pull you into each story and wonder what is that thing that you saw around the corner? You won’t be able to stop. Check out the link below.

4. Jim Harold’s Campfire

Jim Harold’s Campfire and Paranormal Podcast is a podcast about true ghost stories, experiences and supernatural phenomenon. When you listen to it, you’ll hear a fire crackling and Jim’s friendly voice bringing you into this awesome experience. People call in and share their scary, weird or strange stories. I bet you won’t be able to turn it off. Check out the links below.

5. Rabbits

Rabbits is a new docudrama from PRA. It’s about a game that draws in a player called Yumiko. Her friend Carly notices her absence and goes looking for her. Carly finds herself down the rabbit hole and stubbles across the truth behind Rabbits. I cannot wait for the second episode. The episodes are released every second Tuesday. Check out the link below.

6. Reply All

Reply All is a podcast that shares stories from the internet. Some are strange, others are funny and a few are really odd. Reply All is a product of Gimlet Media. This is one of those podcasts that I listen to religiously and look forward to every couple of weeks or so. Check out the link below.

7. The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience podcast is hosted by the one and only Joe Rogan. How could you resist his sexiness and funny man every week? Haha! You can also watch him interview his guests on YouTube. His guests range from comedians, actors, musicians, MMA instructors and commentators, authors, artists and porn stars. You get what you see with him. I can’t get enough of this podcast and listen to it a few days a week. If I’m up to date, I delve deep into the archives. Check out the link below.

8. Ladies Who Lunch

Ladies Who Lunch podcast is hosted by YouTubers Ingrid Nilsen and Cat Valdes. They dig deep into stories that might make you squirm and question what you really believe in. Their honest conversations draw you in and make you feel like you’re eavesdropping on two best friend figuring out life. Ingrid and Cat use humour and compassion in dealing with relationships, dilemmas, sex, social phobias and more. I can’t stop listening to these ladies every week. Check out the link below.

9. Voices In The Dark

Voices In The Dark is a podcast that is hosted by the lovely Jon Waterlow and Andrea Domenichini. They dig deep and explore Robert Greene’s 48 Laws Of Power. Jon and Dre’s sexy voices draw you into each episode as they pull apart each law. Some episodes will make you uncomfortable such as Episode 13 When Asking For Help, Appeal To People’s Self-Interest Never To Their Mercy Or Gratitude. Check out their fascinating conversations on psychology, philosophy, psychedelics, spirituality and more.

10. The GaryVee Audio Experience & Show

The GaryVee Audio Experience is the podcast version of the show. It’s handy to listen to Gary on the go with the audio experience. The show is awesome. If you haven’t experienced Gary, you haven’t lived. Every time I watch his show or listen to him, I feel propelled to carry on and work harder on my writing. Check out both links below.

What are your favourite podcasts?