I have a gew favorites, so this is going to be multiple posts.
- No Agenda - News deconstruction and analysis with a humorous take on most topics. The show is recorded live, and will spoil you for other shows with the fantastic audio quality. There's a lot of inside jokes that have developed over the years on the show, but there is a glossary where a lot of terms are covered: https://noagendaglossary.com/
- Dan Carlin's Hardcore History (and by extension, HHL: Addendum) - Fantastically crafted narratives of history where Dan explores angles that you don't hear about in conventional history books. It's not on the free feed anymore, but I always recommend starting with his series on WWI, because you'll know 20min into Blueprint for Armageddon I if you like his style.
- Dan Carlin's Common Sense - Dan's take on current events. Much like Hardcore History, he tends to take a unique angle on most topics.
- Security Now - My way of keeping up on current InfoSec news, and there are occasionally shows that take a fun deep dive into various topics. Steve Gibson is so effective at breaking down details that I listened to the audio-only show on the Enigma Machine and was able to clearly understand how the machine works.
@Ent hey, thanks for taking the time in replying. I appreciate your efforts, I’ll add them to my list and dip into them and check them out. Security Now is something I listened too a long time ago, I’ve plenty of Infosec related podcasts already so looking for things outside that genre.
No problem. With Moe Factz, a few good episodes to start with for evergreen topics are these episodes:
9. One Drop
10. Black and Blue
12. White Guilt (12 is especially interesting, covers a ton of history I wasn't aware of before listening)
13. Deconstructing Kanye
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