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Since I'm trying to train for a marathon, I obviously have to go on a lot of longer runs these days. Sometimes it's easier to motivate me to do so, when I know that I can listen to an interesting episode of a podcast. I don't know a lot of podcasts though and I would appreciate it, if you guys could share some of your favorite podcasts, preferably with a specific episode to check out. List is shit I've been diggin the last few days and I wrote up the podcasts I already listen to, so you can check them out if you're interested.
1Elliott Smith
Figure 8

Joe Rogan Podcast. (recommended Episode: # 360 with Graham Hancock)

Probably one of the most well known podcasts out there. Rogan is a great host and I appreciate a lot of episodes, but tbh the podcast is kinda hit and miss, because it's very dependent on the guest. That's not a fault of the podcast, just means that you probably won't enjoy every epsiode.
2Songhoy Blues
Music in Exile

Dan Carlin - Hardcore History (rec: Wrath of the Khans I-V)

My favorite podcast of all. Dan Carlin is an ex-journalist who became fed up with the whole BS that comes with media. He's also a history enthusiast and produces these incredibly long, informative, yet entertaining audiobooks about history. He's got the voice of a great narrator as well.
Fading Frontier

Dan Carlin - Common Sense (rec: Episode 287)

The other podcast of Dan Carlin is also great, it's basically punditry on common events (often with a lot of historical perspective spliced in) and he's one of the very few voices in media who doesn't just repeats some sort of narrative. It's almost as good as his history stuff.
4Slum Village

Cooptional Podcast (dunno)

I have a soft spot for video games and loosely follow the scene, sometimes I tune in, but I would only really reccomend it, when you're into video games or already follow one of the guys/gals who is on the show.
Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus

Not reccomended: Prof. Lorenz - University Munich.

A podcast I use for studying. And to fill up this list. Don't check it out unless you're interested in the intricacies of german law.
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