15 Interesting Podcasts To Listen To Now | SLMan
There is really no excuse to have still not gotten into podcasts. Fascinating people, compelling conversations, on demand – it’s time to catch up. If you’ve enjoyed all the below already then you’re on the same page but for the rest of you, here are some of the best episodes to start you off.

Full Disclosure With James O’Brien

LBC presenter and best-selling author O’Brien speaks to people he’s always wanted to meet but who rarely give in-depth interviews. Expect to hear unearthed stories and anecdotes from high profile and influential public figures.
 

Top episodes

Malcolm Gladwell
Rory Stewart
Simon Amstell

How I Built This With Guy Raz 

The world’s most successful business leaders discuss their triumphs and inspirations. These are stories about the brains behind the businesses, from tech giants like Airbnb and Instagram to real-world institutions such as Starbucks and Ben & Jerry’s. 

 

Top episodes

Joe Gebbia, Airbnb
Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia
Suroosh Alvi, Vice

Desert Island Discs

It might be the best discussion topic of all time: which eight songs, book and luxury item would you take to a desert island? Guests share the music that has shaped their lives.  

 

Top episodes 

Tom Hanks
Keith Richards
David Nott

The Adam Buxton Podcast 

Comedian Buxton takes listeners on a conversational meander that is in equal parts funny and serious – but always entertaining. Each episode begins with Adam out walking his dog, Rosie, and explaining what you can look forward to. 

 

Top episodes

Louis Theroux
Richard Ayoade
James Acaster

The Tim Ferriss Show

Ferriss is an entrepreneur, self-help guru and author of the bestselling book The 4-Hour Workweek. His podcast features interviews with celebrities, politicians and entrepreneurs, discussing the stories and strategies around their success.

 
Top episodes

Jocko Willink
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Jamie Foxx

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