Discussion in 'General Advice' started by mizushimo, Sep 1, 2018.
I think thatd be neat :U!
Nthing Sawbones - it's really good for learning about medical history? And why certain old timey remedies were really bad ideas. (Such as: just about every patent medicine ever. All of them. Especially the cure-alls.)
Judge John Hodgeman is good for if you're in the mood to listen to people make cases about petty disputes and have John Hodgeman decide who's right on the issue.
Another McElroy podcast that I highly recommend: Wonderful! It's kinda the successor to Rose Buddies, and it's Rachel and Griffin talking about things they think are...well, wonderful. It's a sweet, happy podcast that I really need to catch up on because it's really good and I love it.
(There was also a TMBG segment in one episode and I died of joy)
EDIT: And @turtleDove, I'll have to check Judge John Hodgman out! I love his stuff. :D
The Magnus Archives and Wolf 359 are amazing and I absolutely agree with everyone else that's recommended them
If you want something else in the vein of Wolf 359, then you should try out Girl in Space. There's only a handful of episodes out so far, but we're already neck-deep in plot and conspiracy.
For horror there's The White Vault, which takes place in an arctic research outpost and involves boxes of teeth.
And I also very much recommend One Shot Podcast (formerly Campaign Podcast), which is basically The Adventure Zone, but Star Wars.
Does anyone have any recs for story-based podcasts with good transcripts?
i believe wolf359 and the magnus archives both have pretty comprehensive transcripts? correct me if im wrong tho
eta: i think limetown does too
I've recently gotten into plot-heavy but humorous D&D podcasts. I've listened to The Adventure Zone: Balance twice, and I'm on my second listen of TAZ: Amnesty.
When I ran dry with TAZ right before a big trip, I downloaded every D&D real-play podcast I saw recommended. I've barely scratched what I have, but I've fallen in love with these, so far:
A band, Lindby, form a party where all the characters are multi-classing as bards. They all wield their real instruments for the recording - they have to play when casting bardic spells, figuring out musical puzzles, and they challenge themselves to write an original song each episode. The music is pretty good, the characters are hilarious, and the music puns are just killer.
Dames & Dragons
I'm currently listening to this one, just finishing up the third arc. I am actually looking forward to my commute lately, just so I can listen to more of this story. The worldbuilding is absolutely incredible. The characters are lovely (once they grow into their character voices), and the running jokes have me laughing out loud in the middle of the crowded bus. The plot feels like an epic classic... in hindsight, I probably should have seen a few plot twists coming because they are SO classic, but man, did they catch me by surprise at the time!
(Oh, both of these podcasts have the first few episodes with transcripts, but sadly not up to date)
I mostly just listen to The Nosleep Podcast (should try entering a story for that some time, I have some great old nightmares that would convert perfectly). Will browse through this thread! Horror's my fave.
-cautiously pushes the podcast bound in pale leather onto the table-
ever wanted to start kencyrath? we're nearing the end of the first book! each episode comes with a trigger warnings section too and they go into The Big Triggers people need to know up front with series as a whole. it is like. a book club.
I haven't listened to One Shot Podcast, but Skyjacks by the same network is A+. It's set in a world loosely based around the boardgame Illimat, which was made for a Decemberists photoshoot.
Apocrypals is two non-believers reading through the bible and assorted apocrypha while not being jerks about it. The recent St Patrick episode was really interesting. They also give trigger warnings for certain parts, which given the canon material makes sense.
If anyone's in the market for a linguistics podcast, I'd like to recommend Talk the Talk. I just got into it a week ago and have listened to basically nothing else since. This podcast has singlehandedly gotten me back into linguistics. I just forgot how neat languages are! Wow.
If I can recommend an episode to start with, maybe try 329: Pokemonikers. Not because that episode is particularly higher in quality than the other ones or anything, but just because it's one I listened to recently that I thought was neat. But the podcast in general covers a variety of fun topics.
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