Verenigde Staten – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • One of modern modern music’s most enduring genres, progressive rock has flourished since the late sixties when radio switched to FM and music became adventurous and more artistic outside of the comfort zones of Pop. Progressive rock also branched into sub-genres; progressive folk, progressive metal, RIO — rock in opposition, avant-garde & experimental, progressive electronic, Psychedelic space rock, progressive Italiano, post-rock, krautrock, canterbury, jazz fusion, and many others. Unlike a lot of musical styles this is a worldwide experience as progressive rock has been embraced by virtually every country in the world and have bands throughout the last decades that have produced interesting blends of prog rock mixed in with their own country’s folk influences. Prog rock is less of an acquired taste and more a demanding experience that requires full attention and cannot be treated as a commodity. With its virtuosity and imaginative landscapes, the music takes the listener to the higher plane of musical enjoyment. Visit ASD Facebook page:

  • The lounge is composed of Smooth Jazz mixes I put together for your listening pleasure. Please comment if you like........ Support this podcast:

  • What’s in a name? Everyone knows Wednesday’s are the beginning of the end of the week—what better way to start that “hump” than with 3 hours of curated genre-bending goodness. Discover more about your new favourite artists through weekly guest features and engaging dialogue.

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  • Bald comedians, Brian Huskey and Charlie Sanders, interview celebrities, actors, musicians, directors, and really anyone about being bald, both literally and figuratively. Bald Talk isn’t just for the hairless because everyone has that insecurity, hang up or self image issue that is their personal "bald spot". The in depth interviews and conversations about vulnerability, vanity, insecurity, and self image are always hilarious, but also stuff gets deep. Brian and Charlie are always down to have a good old fashioned Bald Talk.

  • The How Magicians Think podcast is a fascinating deep dive into one of the most elusive and secretive performing arts: magic. Join Joshua Jay, one of the world's most accomplished magicians, as he reveals the artistry and obsessiveness of magicians. Jay takes listeners around the globe to speak to the biggest names in magic, always in search of creative techniques and insights that anyone can apply to their own lives and passions. Joshua Jay--a masterful storyteller--will regale listeners with esoteric moments in magic history and quirky secrets of psychology.

  • We are two, Black Single Mothers who made the decision to have and raise our children on our own. We met as admins for a Facebook group called Mocha SMC.This group is an unapologetically Black space for Black women to discuss the trials, tribulations, and joys of this non-traditional path to motherhood. There are several SMC social media groups and forums – some focused on trying to have a child and others on parenting those children. But after spending time in those spaces, we realized there was a need to have a safe space for us to discuss these issues through the intersectional lens of being Black SMCs.

  • Mother Together is a podcast created by the founders of Laptop + Littles. Ariel and Tianna are two mamas, on a mission to let other mamas know about the opportunities out there for growth, even when staying home with their littles.

  • Retelling forgotten stories from San Francisco's golden past, 1849 - 1906, based on newspapers, books, and personal accounts, of the time. San Francisco enthusiasts, California gold rush fans, and garden variety history geeks can discover this boom and bust city, built on the discovery of gold. Ho boys ho! For Californio! *I do my best to accurately reflect the facts, and sources, in my episodes.*

  • Look Both Ways is a podcast about the unsung failures of the past and the unsolved challenges of the present. Stories are told. Experimentation is celebrated. Streets are safely crossed en route to new perspectives on what it means to get things wrong. 

  • “Do Your Pod” is a weekly show focusing on the New England Patriots featuring the same type of content Jerry Thornton has been bringing to the Barstool blog from its inception in the early 2000s. With analysis of the games, news, storylines and the sort of slanted, biased, but totally honest opinions that helped build the Barstool empire. Each week he’ll be joined by different guests, including Patriots beat writers, media people, insiders, comedians, Barstool colleagues, and anyone entertaining enough to deserve a major audience during one of the most pivotal years in the history of football’s greatest dynasty.

  • SLEWNIVERSE is a podcast diving into the brains of creative professionals. There are creative narratives in almost every occupation. SLEW picks the brains of each guest and squeeze’s out the creative anecdote within their line of work.

  • A ten-part series on art, creativity, craft, and wonder for the modern magician.

  • Every week, The Lyric Boys pick 10 of the wildest and weirdest lyrics from some of your favorite bands -- and use them as a jumping off point to share stories, joke around, and riff. You'll laugh and you might even learn a little something. Hosted by Lucien Flores and Andrew Stieglitz, two music experts with no credentials.

    Featuring bands from all over the music spectrum, such as The Beach Boys, Run The Jewels, Lana Del Rey, Weezer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and so many more.

  • Elsevier's Surgical Oncology Clinics podcast is hosted by Consulting Editor Dr. Timothy M. Pawlik and features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the Guest Editors themselves. Each issue of Surgical Oncology Clinics features clinical review articles focused on a central topic. Articles can be accessed within the following platforms:,, and For subscription info visit: Twitter: @SurgicalClinics

  • Curated Today is proud to present the Curated Conversations podcast series which is dedicated to making insightful, high-value, industry-focused information available to listeners on-the-go. Hosted by Rohma Theunissen, Curated Conversations is an extension of the Curated Today brand ethos, which explores the unique elements of the Middle Eastern retail industry and the impact that it has on a global scale. Our episodes feature some of the region’s most prominent movers and shakers as they share stories, experiences, and learnings that address real-life challenges and trending topics to help our audiences navigate all of the changes they face in the industry today. Real insights, real experts, real conversations. To learn more about Curated Conversations and Curated Today, visit

  • Interviews with the nations leading plumbing businesses. Discover what marketing efforts actually work and how you can grow your business to the $1M + mark & beyond.

  • Casual, real talk about life in the field of photography while running a small business. Hosted by Hazel Marie.