As many of you may know, I love podcasts and listen to a lot of them so I have a third installment of my favourites. I have written another which you can find here as well as one consisting of just true crime here.
This podcast is probably my absolute favourite true crime podcast of all time and if you know me, you know that I love true crime podcasts. After listening to Lucy on The Peripheral (read about that podcast in a previous favourite post here), I discovered her and Emma's own while in Portugal and managed to binge listen to every episode in the course of a few days. I don't know if it's their choice of only British murders, their jokes and chat or just me missing Portugal (probably a combination of all three), but I absolutely adore S'Laughter! You'll love it too if you like Bone Palace Ballet and/or Talking Crime.
My favourite episode: Episode 19: Graham Young & Thomas Watt Hamilton
True Crime Garage
Thanks to a recommendation by a friend, I have found and binge listened to this lovely podcast. If you like Generation Why, Bone Palace Ballet and/or Talking Crime then you'll love True Crime Garage since it has the same setup of two guys talkin' about true crime, murder and other atrocities.
My favourite episode: Casey Anthony /// Part 1 - 4 /// 101 - 104
Casefile True Crime
It took me some time to get into this podcast and looking back now, I have no idea why since it is so interesting, well done and professional. Listen to this if you like Once Upon A Crime or True Crime Fan Club. I also really like that the episodes are quite long so that you can really get into the case, also, the fact that he covers a lot of Australian cases. I suspect that it may not be used to hearing a proper Australian accent for so long after leaving OZ back in 2015, can neither confirm nor deny..
My favourite episode: Case 49: The Moors Murders (Part 1 - 3)
Myths & Legends
So moving away from the true crime and stabby stab podcasts, we have this gem covering myths and legends alike! I don't know why I haven't shared this favourite before since I've been listening to it for more than a year and it doesn't resemble any other pod. If you like Mystery Show and Remarkable Lives. Tragic Deaths.
My favourite episode: 68A- Morgan Le Fay: Get Thee to a Nunnery & 68B- Morgan Le Fay: Her Majesty
Don't Blame Me!
The Youtuber Meghan Rienks has started a long awaited podcast with the help of Jack Ferry (of podcasts Not Too Deep and Popcorn) where she answers voicemail questions from her viewers about dating, school, how to be a functioning human and just life in general. If you like Not Too Deep and/or Crash On My Couch, then you should listen to this!
My favourite episode: Ep. 1-Friend-Zoning, Nudes, and Sex
Therese & Zäta
This is for you Swedes out there: if you know of (therefore love) Therese Lindgren then you'll like this podcast which she started with her friend Therese Zätteqvist (aka Zäta) where they talk about they talk about their lives, relevant topics and funny memories. So good, so cosy and comforting. You'll love this podcast if you like Psychobabble, Dear Hank and John or Flora & Frida.
My favourite episode: 4. Med katten som handbagage
Banging Book Club
If you like books, YouTubers and talking about gender, then you'll love this podcast. Each month, Hannah Witton, Lucy Moon and Leena Norms hold a form of book club where they discuss that month's book, its controversy, how it makes you feel and why it was (or wasn't) enjoyable. You'll like this podcast if you like Not Too Deep and/or My Dad Wrote A Porno.
My favourite episode: How To Build A Girl I S1 E12
Popcorn with Mitchell Davis & Jack Ferry
A newly launched podcast reviewing the childhood films of Jack Ferry and Mitchell Davis. Even though I haven't seen any of the movies they cover nor will I ever try since I don't make an effort to watch movies, I still really enjoy listening to them discussing different movies with their various guests. You'll like this podcast if you like Not Too Deep and Banging Book Club.
My favourite episode: Ep. 1- "Big" w/ Grace Helbig
Crash on my Couch
Youtubers Arden Rose and Will Darbyshire have started a podcast where they discuss conspiracy theories, unusual Japanese culture, why animals are amazing and listener questions submitted by voicemail. So sweet, funny and cosy. You'll like Crash On My Couch if you listen to Don't Blame Me!, Psychobabble and/or Not Too Deep.
My favourite episode: COMC 1 - Nude Performance Art, the Pixar Theory & Bad Dates