Podcasts We Love

Whether you’re looking for something inspiring, funny, mysterious or just-plain addictive, the Unique team shares their favorite podcasts…

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The Black Tapes: Docustyle fiction about paranormal activity, and the hunt to solve the mysteries revolving around a mysterious Dr.

 

Unstyled: Hosted by Refinery29’s Christene Barberich, and with guests from the world of fashion and beyond, it talks through how fashion affects our lives.

 

Tribe of Mentors: Interviews with people at the top of their fields, Tim Ferriss figures out what makes people so successful.

 

The Read Podcast w/ Kid Fury and Crissle: Chapters of never-ending, and hilarious, shade against pop stars and hip hop artists.

 

Serial: Investigative journalism told a week to week basis hosted by Sarah Koening and produced by This American Life.

 

Two Dope Queens: A comedic podcast told as a conversation between two women of color commenting on sex, race, hair, gender, politics and more.

 

Hellbent: Feminist Politics Podcast breaking down current affairs, news and politics through a social justice and intersectional lens.

 

Reply All: A podcast about the internet but really it’s so much more. The nerdy, witty and self-deprecating hosts investigate technology mysteries, memes and current events that will both educate you on how to survive in our tech-fueled world and give you belly laughs.

 

On Being: Host Krista Tippett engages in conversation with thought leaders from all walks of life to take on some of the most significant questions we encounter in our modern day experiences. The broad range of topics and personalities means that every show uncovers a new surprise or discovery in realms like spiritual inquiry, science, social innovation and the arts.

 

The Daily: A 20-minute daily podcast from The New York Times that delivers the top one or two stories of the day by the best journalists in the world.

 

How I Built This with Guy Raz: A very up-close-and-personal look at how successful entrepreneurs built their businesses. The one-on-one interviews are casual, easy to listen to and sometimes very endearing (cue the tears…), with lots personal stories from childhood to the present mixed-in.

 

Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson: The former Chairman and CEO of CNN takes a close look at ‘disruptors’ in tech with a meticulous amount of research and historical perspective.

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