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As of late, podcasts have become my new favorite medium to keep me informed. Between back-to-back classes, work, and activities I often have no time (or will) to sit down and read a disheartening news article. As I walk down Comm Ave I can easily slip my earbuds in and learn about anything from the latest foreign policies to intersectional feminism. Here are five of my favorite podcasts that keep me woke and entertained all at the same time.
A member of the How Stuff Works series, Stuff Mom Never Told You is a perfect introduction to the world of feminism. SMNTY hosts Bridget Todd and Anney Reese explore issues as broad as domestic violence and as narrow Louis CK’s role in the #MeToo movement. If you’re looking for an entertaining guide on how to navigate the world with a feminist lens, this the podcast for you.
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Hosted by the New York Times’ Michael Barbaro, The Daily is your go to spot for daily national and global news. The riveting stories covered feature interviews with prominent news figures told in captivating narratives. Unlike most places, “The Daily” entertains as well as informs.
If you’re in need of empowerment and sex positivity, look no further than The Heart Radio. This award-winning collection of narratives depicts diverse perspectives on topics from body-image to body hair. Although the podcast itself is not currently in production, there are hours of heart-touching audio documentaries and articles to feed your mind and your soul.
The Stuff You Should Know podcast covers literally anything and everything you could possibly want to know about…well anything. Want to learn how paramedics work? SYSK’s can tell you. Curious about the strange story of sea monkeys? SYSK can tell you that, too. Eager to know more about Harriet Tubman? SYSK’s got you. In order to become that guy/girl that can spit off random facts about any given topic, you’ve gotta listen to Stuff You Should Know.
This brand new documentary series narrated by New York Times terrorism specialist Rukmini Callimachi dives into the world of terrorism reporting. Caliphate uncovers some of the most enthralling, and oftentimes graphic, details of Callimachi’s career. Instead of hearing objective reports on terrorist activity, learn about it from a behind-the-scenes perspective.
The world of podcasts goes way behind these five. Explore Spotify and other audio providers to find your new favorite!
My name is Ina and I'm an avid lover of fashion, food, friends, dance, music, and herb puns. I want to be as cool as Millie Bobby Brown when I grow up. Boston University Class of 2020.