If you have a long commute to work, you’re in luck! These podcasts will keep you entertained throughout your journey.
Fans of true crime, investigative journalism, and edge-of-your-seat mysteries will love In the Dark, a podcast produced by American Public Media. Hosted by journalist Madeleine Baran, this podcast goes into some of the most shocking true crime stories. For example, do you know the real reason the National Sex Offender Registry was created? Listen to season 1, and you’ll learn that and much more. Listen here.
If true crime isn’t your speed, but you still fancy macabre and horror – or you have a vested interest in international folklore – Lore is the podcast you want to listen to. Hosted by Aaron Mahnke, each episode dives into a new topic, from witches to werewolves, ancient burial beliefs, and more. We don’t recommend you listen to this one alone at night! Listen here.
The Limit Does Not Exist empowers individuals to achieve what they want in their careers. Talk about the perfect way to start your workday, right? Hosted by Christina Wallace and Cate Scott Campbell, the podcast is about exploring your capabilities and not holding back. Listen here.
Coffee Break French helps you practice French on the go. While this educational podcast targets a specific type of person, you can fit it into your daily commute to enhance your language skills. There are also Coffee Break podcasts in Spanish, German, Swedish, Italian, and Chinese. Listen here.
Are you a true crime fan but prefer the CliffsNotes version? Consider listening to Criminal, which explores a different true crime case in every episode. You’ll get the full story in less time than other podcasts – no cliff-hangers necessary! Listen here.
Death, sex and money… Yes, the topics under discussion are all as captivating as they sound. This NPR podcast hosted by Anna Sale explores varying issues that simply aren’t talked about in day-to-day conversations. So if your thirst for more opinions is expansive, this is the podcast for you. Listen here.
Do you have a favorite podcast to listen to on your commute? Share it with us in the comments below!