There are now so many podcasts out there that the possible listening options can feel overwhelming. Afraid you’re missing out on some great podcast or episode? We’ve been there too.
We’ve got recommendations for folks looking for the best stuff to listen to in tech, business, and innovation. If you’re an Apple nerd, Bitcoin curious, fascinated by cancel culture, or itching to catch up on the GameStop frenzy, check out these five great podcasts.
This podcast, brought to you by This Week in Tech, is a great way to keep up on Mac news in general. This week they break down the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, in case you’re looking for a full debrief.
Popular financial manager Josh Brown hosts this rebooted podcast, now a freewheeling financial roundtable chat show. Imagine generally enlightened finance bros talking about Bitcoin mania, the housing market, and more. The podcast offers good perspectives from people who are grounded in traditional finance but open to and curious about everything happening in the financial world.
This multipart podcast miniseries from The Wall Street Journal and Gimlet looks at what the hell happened with GameStop in 2021. If you’re still confused about how a Reddit forum disrupted Wall Street, look no further.
Brené Brown is known for her research on shame and vulnerability. In this podcast, she discusses stories and experiences that most reflect what it means to be human. Check out the episode with anti-racism activist and speaker Austin Channing Brown, in which she discusses her book, I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness.
Hosted by Michael Hobbes and Sarah Marshall, the You’re Wrong About podcast investigates the valley between truth and perception of popular ideas and historical events. This episode attempts to untangle the phenomenon of cancel culture.
Shameless self-promotion: Don’t miss out on Fast Company Podcasts. The New Way We Work explores the changing landscape of our work lives, Creative Conversation dives into the most creative minds in the arts and business, World Changing Ideas investigates the innovations that are solving our biggest problems, and Hit the Ground Running navigates the unwritten rules or work and life.