What the Chet team is listening to this week
Podcasting has become a multi-billion dollar industry and there are TONS of shows out there for all interests. We wanted to share some of our favorite ones that we’ve been listening to recently!
One of the earliest NPR podcasts, Planet Money is still producing excellent episodes 12 years after it began. Taking on the most complex economics topics and boiling them down into digestible, creative, and entertaining episodes, the podcast still remains one of the most informative and engaging shows on air.
2. HBR Ideacast
The Harvard Business Review has always been a must-read for anyone interested in business and management. Now, they’ve created the Ideacast podcast, with some of the most prominent and leading thinkers in their various fields as guests. If you’re a fan of the HBR, you’re going to love Ideacast.
A former professional football player, whose career was ended by injury, host Lewis Howes went around looking for inspiration from some of the most successful people in the world. From the worlds of business, sports, entertainment, science, health, and literature, Howes brings on guests that we all can take inspiration from.
Nobody likes to be wrong, but this podcast will challenge your preconceived notions. Hosts Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes examine media misjudgment, how reputations form and last, and ultimately unbiasedly looking into the truths behind famous people who are miscast in the public eye. Be prepared to learn a lot and be wrong!
Vox has released several video versions their ‘Today, Explained’ series, and now it’s here in podcast form. Host Sean Rameswaram delves into the most important news at the end of the day and explains what you need to know so you can always stay informed.
There are plenty of other fantastic and informative podcasts out there. If you want to check out the other podcasts being shared by the Chet community, download the app today at www.chetnetwork.com.