Do you have a lot of time and you want to spend it as effectively as possible? Podcasts are perfect entertainment. You can hear the latest headlines, find new things and even have a good laugh. We prepared a list of podcasts to keep you company during your stay at home period.
The Daily is the podcast of New York Times and it gives you access to U.S. politics on the fly. Journalist Michael Barbaro interviews a different Times reporter every podcast to talk about the latest news in 20 minutes or less. The Daily provides expert news analysis and tells you everything you need to know from updates on the White House to environmental disasters.
Are vitamins effective? Is veganism good for the environment? Science experts answer all these questions and more with witty commentary and interesting stories. This podcast makes science easy and fun even for those who have a hard time getting scientific facts. You will surely remember the information about the Zika virus or vaccines the next time you find yourself traveling.
Invisibilia would be a viable choice for ladies. The podcast talks about subjects such as the meaning of life, relationships and even about the unseen forces that control human behavior. Invisibilia will change how you see the world, from how we create emotions to the societal expectation to pursue money and happiness.
Wild Ideas Worth Living
The podcast brought to you from outdoor retailer REI Co-op takes a deep and thoughtful look at what it means to be outdoors and travel. Whether it is singer Mike Posner’s trek to walk across the U.S. or a man who trains a donkey to be his running partner, most episodes are interviews that tell a unique story about the outdoors.
Women Who Travel
Women Who Travel tells the stories of female entrepreneurs, travelers, and pioneers in the industry. The staff editors release new episodes weekly.
Zero to Travel
Jason from Zero to Travel regularly digs down into what travel is, why we do it, and how we can do it better, a perfect choice if your ears are after something a bit more esoteric. Throw in a few tips on off-beat travel methods and episodes devoted to answering listener questions and you’ve got an inspiring mix for the train commute home.
Have you listened to one of our suggestions until now? What do you think? Is this selection good enough to fill in your extra time while you found yourself trapped at home? Do you have other travel podcasts to complete the list above? Looking forward to your suggestions! Stay home and stay safe! Spend quality time informing yourself!