How Did This Get Made?
Ever seen a film so bad it’s actually quite good?! Ever sat there alone comically imploding over the latest cinematic catastrophe you have just witnessed?! If you have ever wanted to share these experiences with someone else, then How Did This Get Made? is the perfect podcast for you. Let Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, Jason Mantzoukas and friends guide you through the world of terrible film making. From Sharknado to Tango & Cash there is a lot to be said for the amount of enjoyment a not-so-perfect movie can provide. This laugh a minute podcast will lighten your day as the crew of HDTGM explore the plot of each film; the budgets, the cast and writers, and search out unfathomable positive Amazon reviews for each chosen movie. Get involved on the Earwolf message boards suggesting future films, and enjoy the backlog of all 108 episodes currently available.
Stuff You Should Know
Have you ever wanted to know how a Slinky works? How grass works? How left handed people work? How tea works? I certainly would have previously said I have no interest in these subjects. However, Stuff You Should Know completely proved me wrong. Engaging presenters Chuck and Josh can make anything sound interesting, or maybe it’s more a case of the listener realising that everything in this world is interesting. It’s just that we never research subjects that on the surface seem boring. We live in an amazing world of wonder, and this podcast is living proof that there is always something interesting to learn. The way that both Chuck and Josh research the same subject gives this podcast such a varied and exciting feel, and it’s one not to be missed!!
No Such Thing As A Fish
600,000 subscribers to this podcast can’t be wrong, right?! They are not wrong! This runaway success of a podcast will be a firm favourite for any fans of the BBC TV show Q.I.
NSTAAF is presented and produced by the researching team behind Q.I. which ensures on paper that before even listening, this will be one hell of a fun knowledge ride! In every episode James, Anna, Andrew and Dan each present their favourite fact that they have found that week. Which leads to further in depth and funny discussions on that fact and surrounding facts of that fact! One of the Q.I Elves acts as a fact checker during the course of each episode and provides an element of authentic crossover with the TV programme. With 55 episodes since its debut in March 2014 and the accolade of being named the ‘Best New Podcast’ by Apple… what are you waiting for?! Subscribe!!