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    Quote Originally Posted by adrenalated View Post
    Since goldenboy apparently won't humblebrag, I'll do it for him. His new podcast is called "Crested Butte is Home"
    http://crestedbutterealestateagent.c...butte-is-home/
    I haven't listened to it yet but he's an entertaining dude IRL so I imagine it's pretty good.
    Thanks man! I was hoping someone would chime in on my previous post so I'd have someone to ask a tech question or two if I needed to. Oh well. I think I have it figured out and I'm pretty happy with it so far though. Give it a listen and let me know what you think, I guess the genre is mountain town living or some crap like that, I've interviewed:

    1 bikepacker
    2 structural engineer/ old car enthusiast
    3 director of crested butte mountain bike association
    4 pastry chef
    5 forensic carpenter
    6 fly fishing convention organizer
    7 shed hunter

    Stoked for tomorrow's interviews- the brewmaster at Irwin Brewing and an IFMGA guide...

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    I just got hooked on Bundyville, about the Bundy family that had standoffs with the Feds in Nevada and Oregon. Really good if you're at all interested in public lands, right wing viewpoints on the Feds management of public lands, and a bit of Mormon ideology thrown in as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    I just got hooked on Bundyville, about the Bundy family that had standoffs with the Feds in Nevada and Oregon. Really good if you're at all interested in public lands, right wing viewpoints on the Feds management of public lands, and a bit of Mormon ideology thrown in as well.
    I'll have to check that out! Def would be interested.

    Also wanted to plug my boy (and occasional TGR contributor) Paddy O'Connell's new podcast, Safety Third: http://www.safetythirdpodcast.com/

    Awesome cast dealing with real-life topics in the outdoor world, like dealing with death, deciding when what you're pursuing is too dangerous, and even marriage. Really enjoyed it!
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    Not sure if these have been covered, but a few sweet fiction podcasts:

    Homecoming
    Limetown
    Lifeafter

    Fiction podcasts play like old radio dramas with modern production values- pretty damn cool. I HIGHLY recommend 'Homecoming,' the voice talents include Katherine Keener, Oscar Isaac, Amy Sedaris, David Cross and a surprisingly, awesomely villainous David Schwimmer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willywhit View Post
    Bill Burr is still the king of the podcast, IMHO


    He's the one guy I have continually listened to over the years, I haven't skipped a show. Even when it's going bad it's still hilarious because he knows he's digging himself into a hole.

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    Enormocast although I think it's losing its steam.

    Cocaine and Rhinestones

    Your Favorite Band Sucks

    Both are by Tyler Mahan Coe and are totally different but very enjoyable for different reasons.

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    The perfect podcast for you dentists;
    ďMy Dad Wrote a PornoĒ
    The guys Dad really did write a porno. He and his two friends take a chapter each week and dissect it. Itís about the funniest thing Iíve ever heard, and my commute just got a lot more interesting.

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    Brilliant.
    Checking out now!
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    The PODCAST thread

    Quote Originally Posted by boarddad View Post
    The perfect podcast for you dentists;
    ďMy Dad Wrote a PornoĒ
    The guys Dad really did write a porno. He and his two friends take a chapter each week and dissect it. Itís about the funniest thing Iíve ever heard, and my commute just got a lot more interesting.
    Listen to quite a few pods regularly, for whatever that pod didnít hook me; maybe it was the hosts, not saying theyíre bad just not my sense of humor.

    That being said several of my friends love it.


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    If you like serial or shit town, check out In The Dark. Season 2 is especially good. Itíll make you realize just how fucked up our justice system is.

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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03t7p9l

    Voices of the First World War.

    Dan Snow brings together the sound archive collections of the Imperial War Museums and the BBC to tell the story of World War I through the voices of those who were there.
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Duncan Trussell #314 Damien Echols....very good episode, worth a relisten

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    http://thefirnline.com/
    mostly climbing interviews
    off your knees Louie

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    Kristi Leskinen and Jen Hudak just started one called Balanced Pursuits. I only caught the Chris Davenport interview, but I liked it...

    I also came across "The Avalanche Hour" Podcast- anyone listening to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    Kristi Leskinen and Jen Hudak just started one called Balanced Pursuits. I only caught the Chris Davenport interview, but I liked it...

    I also came across "The Avalanche Hour" Podcast- anyone listening to it?
    I've started the Avalanche Hour. I don't find it as engaging as Slide (which I miss), but it is still good material on the drive to a tour. The Irwin Guides interview recently was good.

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    Thereís a podcast called Thunder Bay, itís sort of a true crime show, but it goes into the seedy underbelly and recent history of the town.


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    Good take on media / news coverage: WNYC's "On the Media" https://www.wnycstudios.org/shows/otm . Comes out weekly on Friday night or Saturday a.m. so good weekend driving listen. Strong appeal for NPR nerds whatever news you follow it'll give a good take on who's covering it, why, and how with bigger cultural or historical context than the breathless headless that make up the daily news grind.

    You might have heard of this Donald Trump fellow, and his legal and business complications.

    If so, then for legal check out Stay Tuned with Preet -- https://www.npr.org/podcasts/5517917...ned-with-preet -- weekly pod from the former US Attorney for the SDNY and former counsel to Senate Justice committee, Preet Bharara (who DJT fired for failure to kiss the ring). First 15 minutes or so of each show is Preet answering questions about current legal developments. A great contrast to the shouting matches on cable and instant analysis by inexperienced journos - he knows the process and the substantive law, he knows the players, and he readily acknowledges what he doesn't know. After that, conversations with authors, candidates, other public figures.

    And for business (legal or otherwise) - Trump Inc., also WNYC : https://www.wnycstudios.org/shows/trumpinc . Investigative work from WNYC, Pro Publica, and crowd-sourced tips. Not weekly, just whenever they've broken a story or developments warrant. Sometimes minor (e.g., illegal private profit on presidential-seal golf-tees), sometimes huge (e.g., Russian money-laundering at Trump casinos in the 90s; great synthesis of the Fred Trump to DJT generation tax fraud if you couldn't get through all 10,000 print pages).

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    Alex Jones on Joe Rogan Experience today ep. #1255. 4 hours of fucking craziness!

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    #1254 Dr. Phil and #1253 Ioan Grillo are both really good also.

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    Stay Tuned with Preet Bharara, the man that Trump fired before Comey or Mueller, because he wouldn't kiss his ring. Just listened to a recent one where he talks to Kenneth Feinberg, the man who has made a career out of handing out both public and private compensation to victims, the most famous were the 9/11 funds. Good stuff.

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    If you're a Michael Lewis fan, he has a new podcast all about referees and the threat to their existence in our society. It's called Against the Rules. Good stuff.

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    Bill and Chelsea Clinton are supposed to be launching a new pod cast.

    "Some folks may have the luxury to hold out for ďthe perfect.Ē But a lot of Americans are hurting right now and they canít wait for that." - Hillary Clinton

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLS View Post
    Bill and Chelsea Clinton are supposed to be launching a new pod cast.
    😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLS View Post
    Bill and Chelsea Clinton are supposed to be launching a new pod cast.
    Thats going to be a new low. Listening to either do talking ads for Simply Safe or web site hosting companies. Of course, they can go to this new pay model that some are trying, but, who the fuck would pay for that? Oh, wait, the same that paid for seats on their latest tour, I guess.

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    Last Podcast on the Left - Comedy true crime. Gets pretty raunchy, but it's funny and pretty informative. Last Podcast network has several podcasts that are worth a listen (Wizard and the Bruiser, Abe Lincoln's Tophat, and Movie Sign With the Mads).

    Astonishing Legends. I have to pick and choose, as they can get pretty out there and I'm not into the ghost and alien episodes...and they're sometimes longer than they need to be due to rambling.

    I'll second or whatever Revisionist History by Malcolm Gladwell. Same with Hardcore History.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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