Below is a growing (and occasionally shrinking) list of podcasts to which I listen. Yes, to which I listen. If I'm missing any please hit me up on Twitter.
A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast
There are so many details in the Game of Thrones television show. I think it's important to ensure I didn't miss anything. Also it's fun to hear how the show diverges from the books.
CEOs, VCs, and engineers discuss startups, technology, and the future.
A Rally Podcast
The designers behind Rally Interactive chat about design.
Black Men Can’t Jump in Hollywood
These guys are hilarious, and they review movies starring black actors and actresses.
By The Way, In Conversation with Jeff Garlin
Jeff Garlin interviews actors and comedians. Note: Quite the unfortunate capitalization in the title.
Movie experts discuss and argue about the best (or worst?) movies.
Inspirational talks from inspirational people. I highly recommend y'all try to visit a talk in person if CreativeMornings participates in your city.
Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History
I listened to the World War 1 series and loved it. Dan goes into great detail about global politics, weaponry, mood on the battlefield, etc. I learned so much (including how Franz Ferdinand actually died).
Design Matters with Debbie Millman: 2009-2016
Debbie Millman has honest conversations with designers and their experiences.
Extra Hot Great
Television show recaps, news, and quizzes. Can't go wrong.
Movie reviews from an entertaining bunch.
The Flop House
Comedians discuss and review bad movies, but you really listen for the ridiculous tangents.
How Did This Get Made?
This is my favorite podcast. Comedians review terrible (and awesomely terrible) movies.
I Brew My Own Coffee
Coffee nerds talk about coffee.
I Was There Too
Minor characters from important movies are interviewed.
If I Were You
I believe I've been following Jake and Amir for over ten years now. This podcast leans towards the immature side. I recommend the live shows and the episodes with guests.
Nerdy topics that are a bit too nerdy for me. However, they occasionally review movies and include John Siracusa. Like I said above, any podcast with Siracusa complaining is a good podcast.
The Journal by Kevin Rose
Kevin Rose discusses whatever is on his mind.
Maltin on Movies
Movie reviews from the king of movie reviews.
I don't know what it is about Don Melton. He's a unique snowflake. I'm sure he would love to hear himself described that way.
The Minimalists Podcast
Lately I've been gathering and donating old clothing and miscellaneous items. In my opinion becoming a true minimalist is like living a truly Kosher lifestyle – virtually impossible. However, I can take small steps and try.
On average The Nerdist has entertaining guests who have made a contribution to pop culture. Occasionally there's a real gem who significantly touched your life.
Nice To Meet You
Tobias van Schneider chats with designers.
I've been a Paul Carr fan for years. TechCrunch, NSFWCorp, and now Pando. Sarah Lacy used to join him on the show too.
This podcast is similar to 99% Invisible, but with a focus on money. There's plenty of interesting stories and lessons, and some are quite funny. Did you know that some famous poker plays have stopped playing to focus on investing in other players?
The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
Jeff Goldsmith interviews movie directors and writers.
Real Time with Bill Maher
If you don't have access to HBO, Bill Maher's show is available as a podcast.
The iMore crew occasionally review movies.
Movie and television show reviews from the Rotten Tomatoes crew.
Season 1 was much better than season 2.
Slate’s Political Gabfest
A fun way to keep up with the election, current events, and politics.
The Spoiler Warning
Coworkers review good and bad movies.
The Incomporable crew review television shows.
The Walking Dead Podcast
A weekly review of new episodes of The Walking Dead.
The Verge breaks down the latest in tech news into simple concepts.