Audible Feast > 2015
Year: 2015

It’s time to compile the best podcasts of 2015! Thank you for reading Audible Feast’s reviews this year. I started writing in August of 2015 after listening to podcasts for a few months and discovering that no one knew what

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I’ve been waiting for this show to have enough episodes for me to review it – it’s up to five now and there is a lot of consistency in the episodes so I feel confident that 1) this show is

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Nashville-based Jakob Lewis narrates this show about people who live around us. The show is certainly Nashville-centric but like Home: Stories from LA, this does not detract from the great content of the show. I was drawn to this show

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There are several podcasts out right now that are educational in nature AND popular on the iTunes charts … Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History, Stuff You Should Know, Planet Money, Freakonomics Radio, Stuff You Missed in History Class, and the list

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The Allusionist is a show about etymology, or the origin of words, hosted by the witty and verbally skillful Helen Zaltzman. The show logo is hopefully conveying to you that if you like Boggle-this show is for you! If you like Scrabble, if

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Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond are “The Sugars.” Dear Sugar Radio is their call-in advice show that tackles matters of the heart, be it parenting, relationships, friendships, sex, or marriage. Like many podcast hosts, both have other jobs that have

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In my one-way relationship/fantasy world with podcasts where I do all the taking (listening) and don’t have to give anything back, Anna Sale is my dream girlfriend and we get a drink together once every three or four weeks. In my

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Optimize With Brian Johnson self-proclaims it will provide you with “more wisdom in less time.” It is an inspirational podcast about how to live life to the max, get the most out of every day, reach your goals, and be

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History has a dark side, and many of the superstitions and fears we have today are rooted in a historical tragedy – or worse, “medical” procedures or cures for “illnesses” that were yet to be understood by now-modern medicine. This

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You may not expect a fairly serious, unbiased interview show with Alec Baldwin as a host if you’re used to seeing him on 30 Rock, SNL, or in movies. If you open your ears to this podcast, you will discover

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