Recommend me a (non-gaming) podcast

I Saw That Years Ago - Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson might... DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE with special guest Chris Broad from ABROAD IN JAPAN

On this show we're joined by one of my favourite YouTubers, Chris Broad. Chris runs the Abroad in Japan YouTube Channel and podcast. It's a guide to all things Japanese, but as presented by a sarcastic Englishman. He must be doing something right as his channel has 1.79 million subscribers.

Chris' channel https://www.youtube.com/user/cmbroad44

He's very funny, but also swears a lot. Don't listen to this show out loud in polite company.

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It's amazing I've just found out about this but Team Deakins has the Greatest Working Cinematographer Roger Deakins, his wife James (who has a lot of impressive script supervisor credits) chats to his collaborators like Sam Mendes, Denis Villeneuve and Joel Coen. For someone interested in the film making process it's essentially perfect.

Assuming "non-gaming" means no VIDEO games, my top podcast for a while now has been The Secret Cabal, a boardgame podcast. It's a group of friends talking board games and other geek culture, and I think their rapport just pulls you in and makes you feel like part of the group. Their biweekly episodes are 2-3 hours. When I started listening, that seemed way too long; now it's too short, even with them doing a supplementary "Express" episode at least once a month.

Ear Hustle is on break right now. I've probably mentioned it before, but it's about life in US prisons. Don't know why but I've always wondered about that.

I have a million podcasts I'm following in my app, but very few right now where I listen to every episode.

Fedaykin98 wrote:

Assuming "non-gaming" means no VIDEO games, my top podcast for a while now has been The Secret Cabal, a boardgame podcast. It's a group of friends talking board games and other geek culture, and I think their rapport just pulls you in and makes you feel like part of the group.

Those guys are a lot of fun. I've listened to their Gencon episodes for some vicarious experiences in the past.

I Saw That Years Ago - Terminator 2 : Judgement Day

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I’ve just discovered a bunch.

Smoke Screen: Fake Priest (true crime)
Serial: Nice White Parents (racism)
Morally Indefensible (true crime)
California Love (racism, memoir, Los Angeles)

A recent episode of Opening Arguments has a good breakdown of Harris and her background.

I Saw That Years Ago - Bad perms, Italian restaurants and bathroom cocktails in 1980s action series... THE PROFESSIONALS

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I Saw That Years Ago - Anthony Hopkins and John Hurt in...THE ELEPHANT MAN

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This week we're joined by Max Seeck. He's a Finnish thriller author whose work has been translated into 38 languages. It's also planned to be made into a US TV series.

I Saw That Years Ago - Rutger Hauer swings his chopper at strange men in... BLIND FURY

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What do you get when at 85-year-old Mae West seduces a 32-year-old Timothy Dalton? SEXTETTE.

Listen to the show

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I've been enjoying The Kingcast - which is a podcast about Stephen King adaptations - a lot, and this week's episode with Bryan Fuller talking about Salem's Lot and his serial killer cub-scout leader is an especially good one.