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There is, let’s face it, a hell of a lot of stuff that we should know about but don’t. Who has the time to Google everything? Far better to absorb it while exercising, commuting or cooking the tea from this conversational and highly entertaining podcast by howstuffworks.com.
Pamper your brain with books, ideas, the arts, politics and whatever else comes up in an engaging, irreverent and unashamedly intellectual podcast.
Scandalously, Britain’s single best source of quality movie commentary goes out on Radio 5Live on Friday afternoons when normal people are hard at work. But! It’s a podcast too, so you can sit ringside as bequiffed cineaste Mark “the Good Doctor” Kermode and voice of the common man Simon Mayo pass judgment in the week’s releases – and talk to the odd film star too. Bliss it is when Kermode really gets his teeth into a stinker like Keith Lemon: The Film.
This cheerfully sceptical “podcast about interesting things” looks at the world from a fiercely rationalist perspective. It’s a partner of the British Humanist Association and the name, of course, is a hat-tip to Richard Dawkins’ atheist bible The God Delusion. Each episode takes a leisurely but eye-opening look at issues as varied as the iffy history of Assassin’s Creed, Greece’s Golden Dawn and the non-human civil rights of captive killer whales. It’ll give you hope that the world isn’t really vanishing down a wormhole of superstition, and make you feel about 50 per cent smarter.
John Oliver – British comedy’s heroic cultural attaché to The Daily Show – and mate Zaltzman deadpan their way through current affairs in this brilliantly rambling “newspaper for the ears”. It’s two of our lot doing the kind of sharp topical comedy that the Yanks do so well, and if you enjoy Jon Stewart or Steven Colbert then your commute is pretty much sorted here.
Some voices were just born for radio. So it is with the bound-leather tones of Harry Shearer, Spinal Tap’s Derek Smalls and the voice of The Simpsons’ Principal Skinner, who has been presenting this witty mix of liberal political snark, comic observation and weird news from around the world since 1983 – long before the dawn of podcasting.
This one, meanwhile, is Have I Got News For You with a metric shitload more swearing plus a little more bite and viciousness than “Gosh, isn’t Ed Miliband’s voice funny?” It’s an audio version of red-meat liberal Bill Maher’s HBO show, giving us a top-of-the-line comic – plus guests from politics, stand-up and the media – tearing into the rotten state of American government and its even worse Republican opposition.
Like an audio edition of Horizon remixed by Boards Of Canada and Chris The Day Today Morris, the oblique documentary series Radiolab, from New York’s public station WNYC, riffs on a big, big subject like colour, time or numbers until it become a sound experience in its own right. Hard facts collide with a playful sonic approach and the effect is like a dream where you learn stuff. In the episode on colour they used the harmonics of a choir to illustrate how dogs see the spectrum. Amazing, right?
It’s a brilliantly original idea — a spot-on recreation of old-time US radio drama from the Thirties and Forties that both sends up these corny, wholesome wireless serials and shows real affection for a homespun era before irony ruined everything. Fake serials including Sparks Nevada, Marshal On Mars, Amelia Earheart, Fearless Flier and Down in Moonshine Holler are rendered with songs, wisecracks and handmade sound effects before a live audience in Hollywood. You’ll laugh like a space coyote.
This high-intensity twice-weekly interview podcast is about as far as you can imagine from a chummy little chat between showbusiness insiders. Having paid his dues both in performance and his personal life – addiction, booze, bitter divorce – LA-based stand-up comic Marc Maron persuades a stellar line-up to come round to his garage (yes, his garage) and open up in ways that conventional media seldom sees. Robin Williams, Edgar Wright, Josh Homme and Thom Yorke are among the guests in an interview series unlike any other.
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