May 19, 2017
I’ve been hooked podcasts in recent weeks, having really dropped out of the loop the past few months. There’s a few oldies below, but some new and possibly unheard of podcasts that I’ve been listening to recently. Looking for a chill Friday evening after a long week? Pop on a podcast and relax. 🔈🛀🏽
A podcast about architecture, buildings and cities, from the distant past to the present day. Plus detours into technology, film, fiction, comics, drawings, and the dimly imagined future.
On the web: aboutbuildingsandcities.org
If you’ve read MetaFilter.com before, you know there is a lot of stories to cover from the site. Once a month three admins sit down and recap the highlights. Also features occasional interviews and questions from other members of the site.
On the web: podcast.metafilter.com
An ongoing dialogue about race, politics, and the search for a universal response to oppression.
On the web: raceinvaders.org
How do I quit feeling so jealous of successful friends? Can I tell my friend that her brother is hot? Should I ask my coworker why she unfollowed me on Twitter? Every week Jenn & Trin answer your questions about friendship! You can submit your questions here and we’ll do our best to advise on the tricky stuff that’s making you feel weird. Keep in mind we’re not therapists, psychologists, or doctors, though we’ve spent plenty of time with them.
On the web: friendshipping.simplecast.fm
Merlin Mann’s frank & candid weekly phone call with John Roderick of The Long Winters.
On the web: merlinmann.com/roderick/
Married couple, Craig & Chyna, tell each other bedtime stories that they make up on the spot.
On the web: storynotstory.libsyn.com
terrestrial explores the choices we make in a world we have changed. Host Ashley Ahearn travels the country — from ranches in Oregon to churches in Colorado — to bring listeners stories about people making personal choices in the face of environmental change.
On the web: kuow.org/programs/terrestrial
A podcast about design practice and its relationship to the world.
On the web: workingfile.co