6 Favorite Easy-Listening Podcasts

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While the focus of our blog is on vintage, it’s also about our unscripted lives so we thought it would be fun to include a list of unscripted, easy-listening and entertaining podcasts to share with you. Here they are, in no particular order. Enjoy!

TED Radio Hour – Each podcast is based on a theme and includes talks that offer fresh approaches to old problems and new ways to think and create. If you have ever watched any of the TED Talks, you’ll definitely enjoy this podcast.

Mike Rowe – Mike Rowe (Dirty Jobs) has a unique sense of humor and wit. The Way I Heard It is his podcast where he talks about people and events in a wide range of genres. He is very entertaining and enjoyable to listen to.

Ask Me Another – This podcast is a blend of puzzles, trivia, funny people, and special guests. The podcast is created in front of a live audience. It always has something fun and interesting.

Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show – I remember watching Kevin Pollak back in the late 1980s, early 1990s as a stand-up comedian. He always made me laugh! A lot! His podcast is full of interviews of actors, writers, directors, comedians and more. It’s a fun show to listen to!

Satellite Sisters – The Satellite Sisters are five real sisters from different places in the United States sharing their lives with each other. I first started listening to the Satellite Sisters when I had a 1-1/2 hour commute to and from work. It was like having a bunch of friends in the car with me, just chatting and laughing together. It’s fun to listen to the sisters – they make me laugh!

Stuff We Should Know – This podcast is from the Website HowStuffWorks.com. It includes interesting information about simple, every day things that we should know (or want to know).

All of these podcasts can be listened to online at the links above, or they can be listened to via iTunes.

Make sure to check out last month’s 10 Favorite Lifestyle Podcasts for more recommendations. 

What are some of your favorite entertainment podcasts? Share them in a comment below!




JayDee / ThirdShiftVintage.com

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