Art & Hollywood

Podcasts You Should Listen To

Mar 14, 2020 ByClaire Miles

How to pass the time during this unprecedented time in human history is rather a big question, right? If you ask your mom, she’ll tell you about playing Words With Friends on her iPad and watching reruns of Ellen. Your friend will tell you how she’s just casually done back to back yoga classes in her living room. And your co-workers will be Instagramming their happy hours. But, honestly, there is no right thing to be doing right now with all this free time. Yes, it is a good idea to watch the news, maybe brush up on a second language, FaceTime with your grandparents- all great ideas! However, we’d like to offer up a whole other branch of pass time that you might not have even thought about. We’d like to suggest a few podcasts to help you escape. Don’t worry, there’s a podcast for any mood!

Oprah’s Supersoul Conversations

February 5, 2019 in New York City, Oprah Winfrey speaks onstage during Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations at PlayStation Theater

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If it’s got Oprah in it then we’re sold. Feeling a little down at the moment? Then look no further than Oprah Winfrey’s weekly podcast full of encouraging conversations. Winfrey has talked to various people from Amy Schumer to Pema Chödrön (an American Tibetan Buddhist nun who has written several books).

Dolly Parton’s America

Dolly Parton speaks during SiriusXM presents Dolly Parton On Kids Place Live at Nashville Music City Theatre On October 9, 2017 on October 9, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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No matter who you are or where you live, everyone can agree o Dolly Parton. As one of America’s greatest icons, host Jad Abumrad takes us a journey into Parton’s amazing career, fame, controversy and how it’s always been at the crossroad of America’s cultural divide. It’s a no-brainer listen!

Whatever Happened To Pizza At McDonald’s?

Did you guys know that back in the 1980s, McDonald’s sold pizza? And then by the year 2000, the McPizza disappeared never to be seen again. Well, the guys over at “Whatever Happened to Pizza at McDonald’s?” have some hard-hitting questions: what happened to it and why did they stop selling it? Brian Thompson travels across the U.S. to find out what really happened to pizza at McDonald’s.