Handing out awards to the best podcasts of 2018
Currently in it’s third season, ‘American History Tellers’ tells stories of U.S. history in a unique and entertaining way
Slate’s new podcast ‘Slow Burn’ is an engrossing examination into the Watergate scandal and might be the perfect podcast for right now
On last week’s episode of Differing Opinions on Drake, we listed off things America needs right now more than Taylor Swift rapping. Here is an addendum to that list.
The true crime genre has exploded in recent years, but their long-term success is problematic because of one simple reason
The exploration of the criminal history of Providence, Rhode Island is the first of it’s kind
It’s not just the story or the quality of production that had led to the podcast’s success. An additional factor has played a massively important part.
Murder, country-living and climate change anxiety are a few of the key factors of this great new podcast.
From Bill Simmons to ‘In the Dark,’ the ten best podcasts of the year