There is an abundance of podcasts out there, and there is a podcast out there for every interest, but finding the best podcasts to listen to can be hard. Finding the ones you should be listening to can be even harder. We have curated a list of some of the best Apple Podcasts you should be listening to, and if you haven’t already, check them out.
• We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle
Glennon Doyle is the smart, funny, and incredibly talented co-host of the popular podcast Smart Women, Cancer. (It’s a lot of things, but “smart, funny, and talented” should be in the description!) You might know Doyle from her work in the Internet of Things, where she is the founder of PureHacks.
Wondery is a subscription-based production company that produces narrative podcasts, often in the form of fictionalized true crime stories.
• Cancelled with Tana Mongeau
In this podcast, Tana Mongeau has a conversation with people that have been cancelled by TLC, which is a network that has a history of cancelling shows about women and families. We have not heard any of these people on television, but we would want to be like them if we did.
• Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
The first episode of Morbid, a podcast that examines the dark side of humanity, recently aired on Apple Podcasts. The show is hosted by filmmaker and writer Jacob Gentry, who you may know from his earlier podcast and video series, Crime, and Punishment (which ended in 2014). The best way to describe Morbid is by saying it is a dark and harrowing journey into the life of sociopaths.
Apple has released a slew of new products and services this year, but the most exciting news was that the company finally launched its very own podcasting platform. This means you can now subscribe to thousands of shows from a number of sources for free, and now more than 300,000 Apple Podcast and iTunes U users are listening to podcasts right now. So, is there anything else you can get from Apple Podcasts?