It’s pretty hard to find a good podcast these days because there are SO MANY out there.

And there are so many out there about pretty much everything you can imagine.

If you’ve been looking for something new to listen to, today is your lucky day!

Check out the podcasts these AskReddit users say are definitely worth listening to.


“No Such Thing as a Fish.

My favorite thing about it is normally funny podcasts need to take time to build up to a punchline, climax, or twist. So there’s often lots of exposition to set things up.

No Such Thing as a Fish has educational, fascinating fun facts for its build up to funny moments/punchlines. So it’s saturated with worthwhile content from start to finish. The stuff in between the laughs isn’t just setups.

It’s really interesting stuff!”


““If Books Could K**l.”

Two guys discuss and analyze bestselling nonfiction books that could use a good dissection- like “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and “The Secret.”

Well researched and super funny and interesting.

Love it.”

Out in the woods.

“Old Gods of Appalachia is a good radio drama.

The way narrator speaks, you can feel the trees grow around you.”

Good info.

“I am obsessed with This Podcast Will K**l You.

if you like the biology and history of diseases and illnesses, this is it!

The presenters are awesome!”

The mysteries of history.

“Hardcore History.

The WWI series may be one of the best podcast series I’ve ever listened to.

Completely rocked my world and made me realize I knew NOTHING about that war.”

Check it out!

““Revolutions” from Mike Duncan if you haven’t gotten around to that one yet already.

That dude is an incredible historian!”

This sounds amazing.

“My all time favorite is The Film Reroll.

They take the basic premise of a film and play through the story as an RPG, allowing the choices of the players and roll of the dice to drastically change the story.

Highlights have included starting a civil war in Oz, blowing up the moon in ET, and the GM tricking the players into thinking they were doing an obscure ’80s teen s** comedy none of them had ever heard of only to spring Jason on them and reveal it was really Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter.”

Important stuff.

“Knowledge Fight.

Obviously it’s only about Alex jones and infowars but it’s a great analysis about how misinformation spreads in our current world.

A+ podcast.”

We all love Conan!

“Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend.

I started out only listening to the celebrities that interested me but then realized that Conan is such a great interviewer he can make almost anyone interesting, so I went back and listened to them all.

This is my top comedy podcast, I can’t find anything that even compares.”

Low stress.

“Normal Gossip is hilarious and the stories are all about low stakes drama.

Fun and stress-free.

Squirrel story is best.”


“Fall of Civilizations.

Wonderful and immersive storytelling about the history of a series of doomed civilization from large to small.

The Rapa Nui (Easter Island) one is hyperbolically good.”

Here are a few for ya.

“• Dear Hank & John – hangout with John and Hank Green as they chat about random topics. Light hearted, but can be quite eloquent at times.

• What’s Her Name – history podcast on forgotten/little known female figures.

• 99% Invisible – deep dives into random topics. Some lighthearted, some serious, always eye-opening and thought-provoking.

• Explore A Story – podcast on museums, science and storytelling.

• The Dork Forest – guests talk about their passion/hobby.

• The Atlas Obscura Podcast – podcast on random places and the people that live there.”

What podcasts do you like?

Let us know in the comments.

We look forward to it!