The Top 5 Podcasts to Listen to in 2021

Innovation has led us to this fabulously imperative technology most of us have access to benefit from. There hasn’t been anything on this earth like what we’re using now to expand our knowledge. Since the rise of maybe one of the most influential technologies of all time, the internet, it has been able to connect us with one-another like nothing ever has before it.  Learning is one of if not the most important skills a human can acquire for themselves.

Now, we can learn anything and everything we’ve ever wanted to; or we can waste our focus on who’s doing what on Facebook, which usually promotes an allusion of a person’s life, and or consuming time gawking into the hammering depths of our favourite pornographic websites.

Individuals can type in anything on the web, and multiple answers from many practical resources will teach you an answer. Colleges and universities from around the world have been and are putting up all their courses (after they’ve been taught within classes) free online. Apple now offers an open place where you can listen to school lectures from historical professors. Today, called iTunes U.. Through the gaze of many peoples’ eyes, the best way to resonant information onto others is through podcasting.

Here is a list of five mind-bending free podcasts you can rack-up your brain with knowledge, along with endless entertainment:

1. The Joe Rogan Experience (JRE)

He’s a famous stand-up comedian, actor, martial artist, UFC commentator, intellect and currently his most valued passion podcaster. Be prepared for him to tap into your inner-psyche, with a wide range of guests ranging from intellectuals, scientists, comedians, Elon Musk, UFC fighters, writers, Joey Diaz, psychonauts and many more.

Some fascinating conscious expanding guests include Dennis Mckenna, Neil Tyson, Sam Harris, Graham Hancock, Randall Carlson, Bryan Callen and much more. Get ready for this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu/Taekwondo black belt holder to kick your socks off, well, questioning everything.

He is Now On Spotify to Download Free

2. RadioLab

Hosted by the ever-curious Robert Krulwich and Jad Abumrab, they make learning indulgently interesting. Radio Lab is a radio show and podcast that intertwine stories and science into sound and music-rich documentaries. They go into excellent detail in a little bit of everything, from a scientific perspective, with fascinating guests.

Please Find the Audio on the Podcast App

Some of the more memorable episodes include Colors, Space and Words.


3. Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

 This depending on the episode former drug addict, current drug addict, and former drug addict—he and his co-host, the beautiful Monica, a nice Indian girl. Armchair Expert won Breakout Podcast of the Year in 2018. He interviews experts like doctors, psychologists/psychiatrists, scientists, extra once a week and once a week he interviews celebrities as famous or more famous than himself. On Friday’s he has a documentarian on, and they talk about conspiracy theories and it is enjoyable and my favourite version so far.

 You can find Armchair Expert on the Podcast App


4. The Tim Ferriss Show

Most of the time, The Tim Ferriss Show is the #1 business podcast on all of iTunes. It’s been ranked #1 (of all podcasts) frequently.  It was also selected for iTunes’ “Best of 2014.”

Tim deconstructs world-class performers from diverse areas (investing, arts, business, sports, etc.) to syphon skills you can use.

Prior guests include Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ed Catmull (President of Pixar), Tony Robbins, Peter Thiel (billionaire investor), Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park), Neil Strauss (7x NYT bestselling author), Josh Waitzkin (chess prodigy), and more.

Please find The Tim Ferriss Show on the Podcast App or Streaming on YouTube.

5. Flood Lines

This podcast goes back and talks about Hurricane Katrina, and it is based on the work of Vann R. Newkirk II; it was first made into an elegant documentary. It examines the massive failure of what happened before, during and after Hurricane Katrina.

“I am not here to build a business; I am not here to build a corporation; Not here to build Schools; I am not here to build churches—I am no Mother Theresa. What I will do, though, is—lead a legacy.”

– Dean Mathers



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