My Favorite Podcasts

Hello folks!

Do you ever listen to podcasts? πŸ“± 🎧

podcast–noun–a digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or mobile device, typically available as a series, new installments of which can be received by subscribers automatically.

I love to listen when I have a spare minute here and there or while doing the dishes, folding laundry, dusting the house, grabbing my watercolors, eating, etc. Let me introduce you to some of my all-time favorite podcasts.

  • from Circe Institute
    • Close Reads
      • hosted by David Kern, Angelina Standford, and Tim McIntosh
      • This podcast is hysterical! It’s basically a classical book club. They’ve read pieces such as: short stories by Flannery O’Connor, one of the Jeeves books by P.G. Wodehouse, etc.
      • The hosts go on the most interesting bunny trails πŸ‡ and they don’t care (well, they care a little). It makes it SO interesting.
    • The Mason Jar
      • hosted by Cindy Rollins and David Kern
      • They discuss the Charlotte Mason method and other tips for homeschool and children.
      • They provide some interesting insights into homeschooling and I really enjoy their interviews.
  • Backstory Radio
    • hosted by Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Nathan Connolly, and Joanne Freeman
    • They talk about national and global news and the historical significance of the events. They had a really interesting podcast about Americans going on road trips πŸš— over the summer.

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  • Adventures in Odyssey Podcast
    • Focus on the Family
    • hosted by Bob Smithhouser and Jesse Florea
    • I love getting updates on the upcoming albums, hearing the Avery Awards, and laughing during the interviews.
    • The recent Avery Awards πŸ† was wonderfully written and produced!

 

What podcasts do you like to listen to? Do you listen to podcasts?

Leave a comment below 😊!

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12 thoughts on “My Favorite Podcasts

  1. Great post, Gaby! Ooh, you like Charlotte Mason? My mom loves her method, although right now we’re (or rather, my siblings are) using several different curriculums, including Sonlight, which I love. I haven’t listened to podcasts much, but maybe I should start!

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    1. I like the idea of morning time and other methods of Charlotte Mason. I’ve heard of Sonlight. Currently, we’ve been doing more of a Classical approach.

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