We’re talking podcasts today. What are your favourite and why?

Stuti Agarwal
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I think my latest favourite is Home Cooking, with Samin Nosrat and Hrishikesh Hirway. Also, for anyone who’s reading, can we appreciate LRB Conversations for the great book podcasts they do?

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The Mindset Mentor - Rob Dial and Kast Media The Real Python Podcast Lew Later 7 Good Minutes Daily Self-Improvement Podcast - Clyde Lee Dennis
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Co-founder/Co-creator, Habbit
@mayank_gupta11 i'm sure you'll find quite self help podcasts out there. got intrigued by the development podcast which you mentioned here. thought you'd like to check out: 1) Design better: https://www.designbetter.co/ - best user experience design practices(@deyalla_dv has recommended this to me, and it's great!) 2) TechCruch Daily Crunch: https://techcrunch.com/pages/pod... (check them out on spotify) - top tech news around the globe in less than 5 minutes 3) Developer Tea - Jonathan Cutrell (check on spotify)
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@deyalla_dv @somnathsandeep Sure, I do follow TechCrunch. And the remaining ones sounds interesting as well. Thanks for suggesting.
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Co-founder/Co-creator, Habbit
firstly, gonna check out both home cooking and LRB conversations. i consume a lot of podcasts. i'm just gonna mention a couple on top of my mind. 1) "the lonely palette" (http://www.thelonelypalette.com/). tamar avishai does a great job in making art history more understandable, and digestible to public (much like making scientific research more accessible and consumable). 2) "dissect" (https://dissectpodcast.com/) - does a long form analysis of contemporary conceptual albums. rap as a form of music is nothing poetry but beats. it strikes at a neuronal level, and evolutionarily we just don't understand why it (music) has to make us happy. in this podcast, cole cuchna unveils the essence behind this poetry, especially the albums by kendrick lamar and beyonce. absolutely love it! i've been digging for poetry podcasts lately. do you have any recommendations? @stuti
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@somnathsandeep thanks for these! Will check them out. And no, poetry is always something I love reading myself or having someone close to me read and discuss. It adds personal layers that podcasts can’t mirror.
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