Love listening to stories? Check out this list of our favorite and most entertaining podcasts!
Throughout human history, great storytellers have been held in high regards. They are able to paint a picture in your mind, and take you on a journey with words. A strong storyteller can sell you something, get your mind running, and even teach you something new. We at KEUTEK have chosen a small list of our favorite podcasts on the market right now, and we wanted to share them with you!
You're Wrong About...
This podcast is a good one about alternative angles on stories you may have already "figured out". Journalists Michael Hobbes and Sarah Marshall re-examine these stories throughout history, and bring about the different opinions of those somehow related to the incidents. Maybe there is more to the Tonya Harding story, or the OJ Simpson case!
With new evidence and input that you may have never heard before, "You're Wrong About..." is an exciting and mind-blowing journey every single episode!
Blank Check With Griffin and David
Are you a movie buff? This podcast takes and breaks down the great filmography of our time, by our greatest video directors. Some of the films that are broken down include those like Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro, by Hayao Miyazaki,in the latest episodes. Miyazaki's two works of art with the most popularity in Japan, are not available to stream in the United States.
This podcast gives those who my not be able to find a community around these films, find one. There are meaningful and wholesome conversations about each film director's desires, intentions, and ways to interpret their art.
Willa Paskin, a critic for Slate, takes his listeners on a new adventure every episode that revolves around a monthly topic. Paskin addresses the viral phenomenon we encounter in the United States, and emotional attachment people get to them.
Why do people get so attached to things that shouldn't matter? Why do people argue on blogs about things like Chuck E. Cheese? Decoder Ring is a fantastic podcast that breaks this down and brings to light the underlying factors involved.
Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend
Are you familiar with the Youtube show, Between Two Ferns? This podcast is a similar idea, with celebrity interviews. Conan sets the show up as someone without any friends, but who uses interviews to force famous people to hang out with him. Because of his actual relationships with the celebrities on his show, you get some of the juiciest content and stories about Hollywood's biggest stars.
It is a lighthearted and whimsical show that will for sure have you laughing out loud! Conan's personality and lessons learned throughout the years in show business are gems you do not want to miss out on.