Best Longform Podcasts (2024)
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The Tim Ferriss Show

Tim Ferriss: Bestselling Author, Human Guinea Pig

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Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him "the world's best human guinea pig," and The New York Times calls him "a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk." In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.), digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and tricks that listeners can use.
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Insanely Chill w/ Cody Ko

Insanely Chill w/ Cody Ko

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The chillest podcast around is back. Comedian Cody Ko interviews friends, entrepreneurs and athletes about life, business endeavors and training. TMG Studios is not liable should listeners experience frostbite.
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James Parris is a graduate student scholar, as well as an entrepreneur who has dove into many realms from communications, education, business and regularly hosts a show bringing on wide ranges of talent an enabling them to share their insights with the world.
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RiYL

Brian Heater

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Recommended if You Like: longform conversation with musicians, cartoonists, writers and other creative types. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On Musk with Walter Isaacson

iHeartPodcasts and Kaleidoscope

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What is it like to shadow Elon Musk for two years? To sit courtside as he builds a rocket? Or tears apart an engineer? Or couch surfs at the homes of billionaires? And how on earth do you make sense of it all? Walter Isaacson is the biographer of giants: DaVinci, Franklin, Doudna, Jobs...and now Musk, former enfante terrible, rocket launcher, electric car innovator, and Twitter—er, X—disruptor, to put it gently. In this four part series, author Evan Ratliff (Mastermind, Longform Podcast) sit ...
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Newtons Nuggets

Paul Newton, Jesse Lawrence

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The show that asks the modern business owner, "what is success?" What is the Newton's Nuggets show? Being successful in business is different to what it used to be. Newton's Nuggets delves into different aspects of the life of a modern business owner, providing bitesize nuggets of advice and information, and the stories behind the people who are experiencing the journey to success.
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Leftist Reading

SuperBiasedGary

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A leftist reading longform theory about various aspects of leftism in a digestible chunk each week. Gary (@SuperBiasedMan) is not a very well read leftist, but hopes to be in the course of doing this show.
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Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.
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An award winning show all about finding the intersection of music & "something". With a developed focus on civic action, The Count Off hopes to help you engage with your community. Support local music, support local art, support local. Every episode Sho brings you new music, some news, and a conversation.
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Speaking of…a Milwaukee PBS podcast that makes public media personal. Journalists Alexandria Mack and Scottie Lee Meyers share stories featuring our local friends and neighbors. The discussions consider life in southeastern Wisconsin, highlighting national and global topics of public interest, framed by diverse personal perspectives and thoughtful consideration. Our hosts combine a passion for storytelling, concern for community and self-reflection to engage listeners in celebrating this pla ...
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The best golf stories have multiple layers to them. In each episode, Local Knowledge dives deep into a subject golfers want to know about, whether it’s about the game they play, the competition at the highest level, or the surprising ways golf factors into larger conversations throughout society. Hosts Alex Myers, Keely Levins, Shane Ryan and Sam Weinman weave together original interviews, Golf Digest reporting, and additional elements to tell the type of compelling stories that have been a ...
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In June 1993, Elizabeth Stevens, 18, was murdered on her way home from the bus stop. Her death began a seven-week reign of terror for the people of Frankston. A serial killer was on the loose. No one was safe, not young mother, Debbie Fream, 22, taken on a trip to the shops, nor Natalie Russell, 17, murdered on her way home from school. The serial killer, Paul Denyer was captured and sentenced to life in prison. On appeal, he was granted a 30-year minimum sentence. Fast forward 30 years and ...
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AirGo

Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger

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Subscribe on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/airgo/id1016530091 A podcast and radical media hub reshaping Chicago and beyond for the more liberatory and creative. Listen to longform humanizing conversations with artists, organizers, performers, comedians, scholars, and more who are reimagining Chicago and beyond toward liberation. Hosted by Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger.
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One Million Experiments

AirGo & Interrupting Criminalization

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One Million Experiments is a podcast showcasing and exploring how we define and create safety in a world without police and prisons. Through longform interviews with movement workers across the world who have created community-based safety projects, 1ME expands our ideas about what keeps us safe, and celebrates the work already happening to build solutions that are grounded in transformation instead of punishment.
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A podcast that explores the good, the bad, and the creepy of artificial intelligence. Weekly longform conversations with key players in the space, ranging from CEOs to artists to philosophers. We'll explore the role of AI in movies, health care, dating(!), business, law, therapy, politics, and everything from religion to war. Featured by Inc. Magazine as one of "4 Ways to Get AI Savvy in 2024," as "Host Jeff Wilser goes beyond just marketing, giving you a more holistic understanding of AI--s ...
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Shut Up Evan

Evan Ross Katz

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A podcast about gay sh*t and internet culture, SHUT UP EVAN is a bi-weekly podcast fusing LGBTQ+ culture, pop culture and Internet culture into longform discussions. Each week, host Evan Ross Katz is joined by a celeb guest to discuss their early life, career and to get their take on a number of topics ranging from thirst traps to their thoughts on Sarah Michelle Gellar's filmography. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Original longform ambient electronic drone music for work, study or relaxation. Focus. Meditate. Draw. Write. Code. Build. Sleep. New music every other week. by conelrad.
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Longtime broadcaster Paul W. Smith takes middays live and local for a show that goes in-depth with the newsmakers who are shaping the future of Southeast Michigan. Tune in as Paul connects with politicians, business and community leaders, entrepreneurs, and entertainers for longform conversations about why the efforts behind the headlines really matter. Accessible, informative, balanced, and bold, with diverse voices and thought-provoking questions that bring it all into Focus.
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Podcast Perspectives

Jeff Umbro, The Podglomerate LLC

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Podcast Perspectives helps you understand the ever-changing podcast industry. Hosted by Jeff Umbro, founder and CEO of The Podglomerate, a podcast services agency focused on production, audience growth, and monetization for some of the biggest podcasts in the world, this show speaks to leaders in the podcast space through longform interviews and panel discussions. The goal is to walk through not only the important news and issues of the day in the podcast landscape, but also to go deep on th ...
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We are all extraordinary. Some of us just haven't figured out how yet! In this leadership podcast, you're going to hear from people at the very forefront in their fields and also those who have overcome great challenges. I bring you powerful and probing interviews with business leaders, entrepreneurs, world-leading coaches, scientists, athletes and performers from around the world. We'll be getting under the skin of who they really are, what inspired them in developing as leaders, and their ...
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Everybody's Talking At Once

Drew Messinger-Michaels, Frances Michelle Cannon, and Lucio Valentino

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A long-form interview podcast where we talk about everything, by talking about games. We gather insights and stories from game developers, designers, composers, writers, artists, directors, producers, and everyone else who makes games what they are.
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Everybody's Talking at Once

Drew Messinger-Michaels and Lucio Valentino

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Trying to make sense of things, and sometimes even succeeding. A podcast about videogames, music, books, movies, television, theater, gallery art, and life as (mostly) proud citizens of the Internet.
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No Character Limit is a podcast to thoughtfully explore interesting and diverse topics without the constraints of character limits or the need to always be right. In an age where nuance is lost, anger and outrage are monetized, and entertainment supersedes knowledge, No Character Limit embraces the lost art of research-based longform discussion. An escape from specialization, compartmentalization, and quantification, join host Robert Thuerck as he dares give voice to thoughts across a spectr ...
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Every week, host Adam Sockel interviews a popular member of the literary world about their passions beyond the books they're known for. These longform, relaxed conversations show listeners a new side of some of their favorite content creators as well as provide insight into the things that inspire their work.
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Discover your next favourite book, or take a deep dive into the mind of an author you love, with The Shakespeare and Company Interview podcast. Long-form interviews with internationally acclaimed authors, recorded from our bookshop in the heart of Paris. Hosted by S&Co Literary Director, Adam Biles. Discover all our upcoming events here. If you enjoy these conversations, you can order The Shakespeare and Company Book of Interviews here. Past guests include: Ottessa Moshfegh, Ian McEwan, Ali ...
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Lauren Markham is the author of The Far Away Brothers: Two Young Migrants and the Making of an American Life and has written for The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, and VQR. Her new book is A Map of Future Ruins: On Borders and Belonging. “It took me a while to figure out that this is actually a book about storytelling, about journalistic st…
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Since the Lord of the Rings trilogy, New Zealand's screen industry has flourished, spotlighting its breathtaking landscapes and talented workforce. Challenges may remain for the industry, like the need for stable rebates for screen productions, but the future looks bright for the next generation of workers. Need more great podcasts? Check out Stuff…
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Richard Blanco was the Presidential Inaugural poet at Pres. Obama's second inauguration, a winner of the National Humanities Award medal, and the author of Homeland of My Body (Beacon Press). Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod…
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In this stream, Bobby and I discuss: - Argylle (Samuel L Jackson, Matthew Vaugn, Henry Cavill) - Avatar: The Last Airbender (Mako) - Kung Fu Panda (Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Ian McShane) - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Far Beyond the Stars (Avery Brooks, Black History Month) Recorded February 5, 2024 Support the show…
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The cover of this week’s TIME Magazine has a bold headline: “The First AI War.” The subtitle: “Palantir and other tech giants are building the future of battle in Ukraine.” The writer of this cover story is Vera Bergengruen, a senior correspondent at TIME. And Vera joins us today at AI-Curious. We cover: How Ukraine is using AI and what it’s accomp…
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This episode is brought to you by 5-Bullet Friday, my very own email newsletter. Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to deconstruct world-class performers to tease out the routines, habits, et cetera that you can apply to your own life. This is a special inbetweenisode, which serves as a recap of the episodes from…
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Chris Peterson is betting big on the podcast industry in 2024. The ex-iHeart executive founded DWNLOAD Media, a podcast roll-up aimed at buying and operationalizing existing podcast companies to compete with the giants in the space. He’s currently in the early stages of development, pitching investors and audio companies on the idea. To promote his…
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Keith has been one of our most interviewed guests, in fact Paul and Jesse have also been on his show a number of times! Last time he talked about his new book Antimanipulation. Today, we talk about what he has been up to, and lessons learned along the way! Check out Keith's mindset mini-break: https://keithblakemorenoble.com/mindset-mastery-mini-br…
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Cal Newport is a professor of computer science at Georgetown University, where he is also a founding member of the Center for Digital Ethics. His books have sold millions of copies and been translated into over forty languages. He is also a contributor to The New Yorker and hosts the popular Deep Questions podcast. His new book is Slow Productivity…
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For a few decades now, it seems like Doug Gillard is everywhere. He's the second longest tenured member of the wildly prolific Guided By Voices, behind frontman, Robert Pollard, having been in and out (mostly in) of the band since the mid-90s. He is also a long-time guitarist for alternative rock stalwarts, Nada Surf, having played with the group s…
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47 years ago, on a warm summer’s night in Melbourne, Susan Bartlett and Suzanne Armstrong were stabbed to death in their home in Easey Street, Collingwood. Suzanne’s 16 month-old son was asleep in his cot at the time. The double homicide left the community shocked and detectives rattled, as several promising early leads gradually petered out. Event…
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If there's a Jackie Robinson of golf, the title goes to Charlie Sifford, the first black man to be a full member of the PGA Tour. Every part of his journey was difficult, from the obstacles that kept him from competing with the best players in the world until he was almost 40, to the virulent racial hatred he faced once he got there. But unlike som…
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Healing from a stormy past can ignite a fire within us to become champions of our own destinies. U.S. Army veteran and life coach Derek Johnson joins us this week to unfold his incredible journey through adversity. From a childhood hemmed in by substance abuse and rigid discipline to the empowering realms of personal development and fitness, Derek …
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She's a writer. She's a translator. She's as old as this Republic, and she knows it well. Ira Pande joins Amit Varma in episode 369 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about her life and her learnings. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Ira Pande on Amazon, Goodreads and The Tribune.. 2. Diddi: My Mother's Voice --…
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The coalition government's select committee banking inquiry could look at how to encourage banks to lend more to "productive" sectors of the economy rather than having such a big focus on "unproductive" housing lending, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Andrew Bayly says. The National-NZ First coalition agreement says the government will estab…
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This originally aired on December 10, 2021 as Episode 291. Mirin Fader is the author of Giannis: The Improbably Rise of an MVP and a staff writer writing features for The Ringer. She is @mirinfader on social media. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Pat…
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One trainer calls it the McDonald’s of fitness. He’s not being insulting. What he means is wherever you go in the world, the quarter pounder with cheese is the same. Need more great podcasts? Check out Stuff's full catalogue here. GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We’re listening! Email us at thelongread@stuff.co.nz CREDITS Written and read by Steve Kilgallon…
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A geopolitical history of the cataclysmic events that shaped the First Vatican Council and the Dogma of Papal Infallibly. Many bishops were just simply skeptical of anything Pius IX was up to, from Bishop Freppel of Anger, France: The Council is being held either too soon or too late. Too late, because we are at the end of the pontificate of a tire…
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A geopolitical history of the cataclysmic events that shaped the First Vatican Council and the Dogma of Papal Infallibly. On September 8th, the Italian king’s messenger arrived in Rome to deliver the last plea of Victor Emanuel III. Reading the letter, Pius slammed the document on the table and unleashed his famous temper. He raged at the Italian d…
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A geopolitical history of the cataclysmic events that shaped the First Vatican Council and the Dogma of Papal Infallibly. An Ultramontane Church instantly became a cause for the papacy. Pius threw his weight in on the issue, choosing sides where previous popes declined to get involved. Gueranger, doing the bidding of Pius, went for the low hanging …
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Confession: I don't really care about cars. But I *love* the idea of self-driving cars. So what's the status of this idea? There's now a fleet of self-driving cars in San Francisco. How good are they? How safe? What are the limitations? And what are the technical challenges that still need to be overcome, and how does AI fit into all of this? To un…
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A geopolitical history of the cataclysmic events that shaped the First Vatican Council and the Dogma of Papal Infallibly. This new pope, Pius IX, immediately displayed the qualities the power brokers of Europe, both lay and ecclesiastic, had hoped for. He was young and affable, conciliatory and responsive to modern sensibilities. He was popular amo…
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A geopolitical history of the cataclysmic events that shaped the First Vatican Council and the Dogma of Papal Infallibly. After Gregory XVI died, the aristocracy of Europe convened to pressure the college of cardinals to ensure the next pope is an inexperienced liberal, someone who can be told what to do, that the fate of European monarchies hung i…
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