So I'm a bit late on the trend but I recently discovered the Homefries (more specifically the Simple Mom) podcasts and I'm in LOVE
So I'm turning to you for more inspiration! What do you listen to? Do they make them for kids? I'm clueless
there should be plenty out there for kids, smithsonian has some:
pbs does too, i have heard the dragonfly kids at the bottom is good, but have not first hand experience w/ it
i found this too, but cannot vouch for how good it is or not, a directory/list
Is it getting lonely in the echo chamber yet?
For me, my favorite one to listen to is This Week in Food. I also really like Freezer Burns and Gianni's North Beach. Now I just need to find some time to actually listen to them... but that's the great thing about podcasts! They're always there!
Apartment Farm - the chronicles of my cooking, gardening, crafting and other such things.
Oh hey, how did I not see this thread? I like a lot of the How Stuff Works podcasts. Stuff You Should Know, Stuff Mom Didn't Tell You, Stuff You Missed in History Class.
This American Life, Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me! and Car Talk from NPR, because I never have time to listen to them on the radio.
The Moth podcast.
The History of the World in 100 Objects.
Podcasts are the cure for my bed time anxieties and insomnia.
Someone moved my effing cheese.