10 MORE Free Podcasts You Didn’t Know Were On LiSTNR
We’ve said it once, we’ll say it again: When it comes to free podcasts, we have more here at LiSTNR than we know what to do with. It’s like whack-a-mole, except instead of moles we have amazing free podcasts, and instead of hitting them we’re trying to tell people about them.
So we started with 10 free podcasts you didn’t know were on LiSTNR, but that just got us even more excited about the other 870 free podcasts we have and can’t wait to tell you about. Which brings us to today, and your next instalment: 10 MORE free podcasts you didn’t know were on LiSTNR.
We’ve still got a couple loooong months to go until NRL and AFL are back but if you’re interested in some sports podcast content about a slightly different shaped football, why not check out Rams Revealed? The weekly podcast is hosted by the voice of the LA Rams J.B. Long, and features a different Rams player each episode.
We also take the actual live coverage of the LA Rams games here on the LiSTNR app too!
Did you know we have dozens of SBS podcasts on LiSTNR? Did you know one of those was a bi-weekly cycling podcast taking a sometimes irreverent and punchy look at the world of professional cycling, with some serious bits profiling the big races and riders thrown in?
Well now you do. If your interest in sports skews more towards the two-wheeled events, this might just be your new fave podcast.
No, it isn’t a podcast about bananas. What it is is a podcast about bananas NEWS. No, not news about bananas. News that is bananas. Following?
Hosted by comedians Kurt Braunohler and Scotty Landes, Bananas brings you the strange, fascinating and just plain bananas news from around the world. Like the porch pirate who was arrested for stealing a neighbour’s entire front porch. Or the horse that joined a cycling race and won. Or how a low flying helicopter sparked a massive alligator orgy. Told you it was bananas.
Conan O’Brien – you know him – has come to a startling realisation: Despite sitting behind the Late Night desk for 25 years, interviewing thousands of famous people, he has never made a real and lasting relationship with any of his celebrity guests.
So he started a podcast to do just that.
Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend is “deeper, unboundedly playful and free from FCC regulations” and sees the iconic host sit down each week to hang out with the people he enjoys most. And maybe, just maybe, he’ll find some real friends along the way.
OK this one might be cheating because you do probably already know you can listen to 7am on the LiSTNR app. But, just in case, we thought we’d take the chance to remind you that Australia’s #1 News podcast is here, and available for you to listen to every single weekday morning.
The daily news podcast picks the biggest news stories of the day and tells you everything you need to know: Who’s involved, what it means and why it matters. It’s a fast-paced, interview-based news podcast in your feeds by – you’ve guessed it – 7am, Monday to Friday. The best part? Each episode is less than 20 minutes long, so you’ll know exactly what you need to be across before your commute is through.
Dateline is the long-running American newsmagazine, with stories ranging from compelling mysteries to powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations. It’s also synonymous with true crime, with celebrities from Kristen Bell to Bill Hader to Stevie Nicks professing their love for the program, which has been on the air in the States since 1992.
Now, you can dip into current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries as well as multi-part documentaries and investigations.
Murderinos unite: The hit true crime comedy podcast, hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, is available on the LiSTNR app. Long-time listeners will be familiar with the podcast’s origin story, which started when Hardstark and Kilgariff got chatting at a party more than seven years ago. They stumbled across their shared love of true crime and decided to start their own podcast in January 2016. In the years since they’ve broken global download records, written a book and launched their own podcast network.
Still, they find time to continue to drop weekly episodes of the podcast that started it all, My Favorite Murder.
What started as a social media post has become a mental health movement, and now a podcast. Through conversations with thought-leaders, performers, activists, influencers and friends, Jameela Jamil challenges societal norms all while amplifying and empowering diverse voices.
Hands-up who doesn’t recognise anyone on the covers of any of those gossip magazines anymore? Hands-up who feels out-of-touch and still wants to know what the heck is going on in the world of pop culture? Hands-up who would love that served in a sassy little 45-minute weekly podcast?
In Who? Weekly, Bobby and Lindsey delve into the Whos and Thems of the pop culture landscape. Through banter, deep dives and games, every week they will ill-WHO-minate more celebs you’re not quite sure about.
And while we’re on the topic of culture, why not check out Broadsheet Sydney (or Broadsheet Melbourne, if that’s more your postcode) for your short audio guide to the Harbour City’s latest openings, exhibitions, collaborations and hot reservations.