Some Podcasts that are Great

August 14, 2014 by Gabe | [mmd] |

It's that time of year, when summer flings end and we get serious about who we want to hang out with on those long winter nights. The podcast churn is at its highest point of the year for me and I'm looking to replace some shows that have run out of surprises. Here are some great shows that I can enthusiastically recommend to keep you warm and cuddly.

We Have Concerns where Jeff Cannata and Anthony Carboni act like magical elf jackasses in the most lovable way possible. I laugh out loud at almost every episode. Think current events with skit comedy. Top notch and you can be an early adopter.

You Are Not So Smart where David McRaney shows off his silky smooth voice and frustratingly accurate insight. — per Merlin

99% Invisible is far too good to be a podcast. The production value alone might classify it as a radio docudrama. — per @potatowire

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project is basically a super-nerd hanging out with friends and getting super excited about awesome stuff. It's fun when people love stuff. By way of someone I should really thank but have forgotten. Thanks.