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Hardcore History is, in my humble opinion, the best podcast. It’s almost unfair to call it a podcast, because each episode of Dan Carlin’s brilliant show is on par with an audiobook – both in terms of production value and quality of research. physics c electricity and magnetism study guide The fact that his most recent episodes have been trending towards five hours in length or more doesn’t hurt the comparison either.

The founders tackle topics ranging from brain injuries to the story of Henrietta Lacks. Each episode is masterfully produced and features tons of different voices – topical experts, subjects of the interviews, and more. This is one of those shows that makes people mad simply because they can’t produce episodes fast enough. 4. 99% Invisible

If you want a whole podcast dedicated to those topics, plus advice on renting vs buying a home, the basics of investing, and how to make extra money on the side, you should check out Listen Money Matters (LMM). I was a huge fan of the show back when I was a student, and I eventually stepped in as co-host after creative differences between the show’s founders, Andrew and Matt.

Unlike a lot of the other shows on this list, this podcast isn’t ongoing. It’s more like an epic documentary series in podcast form. In the show, host Tim Harford tells the story of 50 inventions, ideas, and innovations that helped create the economy we know today. Who knew double-entry bookkeeping and barbed wire could be so fascinating? 19. static electricity diagram Download

That being said, if I were getting started learning Japanese today, I’d totally use JapanesePod101. Instead of pouring over a boring textbook full of phrases and vocab you’ll never use in the real world, JapanesePod101 enables you to learn Japanese with fun, interesting, and culturally relevant audio lessons from native speakers. 31. Philosophize This!

Like any discipline, philosophy didn’t just emerge from nowhere. It’s the result of centuries of debate among some of the greatest minds to ever live. In this show, Professor Peter Adamson provides an overview of the ideas, lives and historical context of the major philosophers (as well as lesser known ones). If nothing else, it might help you pass that required Philosophy 101 course. 33. Car Talk

If you’re a man who wants to do the same, Order of Man is the podcast to listen to. Host Ryan Michler interviews “the best men the world has to offer” on subjects as diverse as fitness, fatherhood, and dating. gas weed It’s not the typical “men’s advice” you find in magazines. It’s just honest, authentic conversations with men who want to better themselves and the world. 37. gas 47 cents Noah Kagan Presents

Through Matt’s interviews with other entrepreneurs, you’ll learn about topics like managing mental health while working for yourself, how to sell websites, and what it’s like to give advice online for a living. It’s definitely more specialized than a lot of the podcasts on this list, but Matt’s brash, humorous style makes it a fun listen. 40. Money for the Rest of Us

That’s where this podcast comes in. Former financial manager David Stein will help you take control of your finances and manage your own investment portfolio. He explains how topics like inflation, trade wars, and even electric cars can affect your personal finances. This is not your average, spammy investment podcast. 41. electricity 2pm mp3 Game Dev Loadout

With Game Dev Loadout, host Tony Chan takes you behind the scenes of what it takes to create a video game. Each episode features an interview with industry professionals who share their successes, failures, and why they love working in gaming. If you ever wanted to create your own video game (or were just curious about how video games are made), you’ll find this show valuable. 42. Working

We’ve gone through 42 of the best podcasts for expanding your knowledge while you’re doing other things during the day. There’s no need to listen to everything on this list (you wouldn’t have time for that even if you did nothing but listen to podcasts). But I hope you’ve found some new shows to help educate you while you’re commuting, exercising, or taking a walk.