As far as media entertainment goes, especially in the current health and social climate, no one can really get enough of it. Whilst we obviously hope that everyone is safe and careful near their loved ones, we thought that this period could be the perfect time for you to start (or continue) a very popular form of content: Podcasts.  

Without further ado, these are the ones we would recommend, in no particular order: 

This Week in Tech 

With two Podcast Awards under its belt (the “People’s Choice” and as “Best Technology Podcast”), This Week in Tech features some incredible round-table discussions and debates surrounding current technology news and reviews. 

Its primary focus is on consumer electronics and the Internet. As lovers and promoters of innovation and tech, this one shouldn’t come as a surprise:

https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-tech

Bad with money 

Yes, the title certainly describes most of our financial lives, but it’s also our next favourable suggestion. 

On August 2016, Gaby Dunn began a podcast with the intent of exposing and analysing money problems that people face, yet might be too scared to talk about. With refreshing candour, she discusses her experiences in regards to debt, career, and systematic financial systems in place that make earning money difficult. With additional guests ranging from financial psychologist Dr. Brad Klontz to feminist scholar and writer Roxane Gay, this might be an entertaining way to take control of your economic future. 

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/stitcher/bad-with-money

Harvard Business School Podcasts

Want anything business-related, coming from incredible lecturers and high on academical substance? We’ve got the right catalogue for you. A simple scroll through the podcasts in the link below might be an amazing way to spend your 15-minute coffee break, as you get familiar with terms that might have sounded like alien language before. 

https://www.hbs.edu/news/podcasts/Pages/default.aspx

H3H3 Podcast

With a debut episode interviewing Justin Roiland, the co-creator of adult animated science fiction sitcom Rick and Morty, this podcast set the expectations high. There’s no surprise on its quality since both husband and wife creating and directing it (Ethan Edward Klein and Hila Klein) are also recognised famous YouTubers. They understand entertainment in all its complexity. The show has an interesting format, with ranging subjects and guests, from YouTubers, to creators, musicians and more: 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLtREJY21xRfCuEKvdki1Kw

The Joe Rogan Experience 

Speaking of variety, we couldn’t leave this one unmentioned. By April 2019, this podcast had 190 million downloads a month. If you’re unfamiliar with it, The Joe Rogan Experience is a free audio and video podcast hosted by American comedian, actor, sports commentator, martial artist, and television host, Joe Rogan. It has grown to become one of the world’s most popular podcasts, regularly receiving millions of views per episode, and includes a wide array of guests. Some of which you might recognise: 

  • 1. Elon Musk (Sep 2018)
  • 2. Alex Jones, featuring Eddie Bravo (Feb 2019)
  • 3. Ben Shapiro (Aug 2017)
  • 4. Dan Bilzerian (Oct 2016)
  • 5. Edward Snowden (Oct 2019)
  • 6. Neil deGrasse Tyson (Feb 2017)
  • 7. Bernie Sanders (Aug 2019)
  • 8. Neil deGrasse Tyson (Aug 2018)
  • 9. Joey Diaz and Tom Segura (Aug 2017)
  • 10. Alex Jones, featuring Eddie Bravo (Feb 2017)
  • 11. Mike Tyson (Jan 2019)
  • 12. Jeremy Corbell and Bob Lazar (Jun 2019)
  • 13. Kevin Hart (Apr 2019)
  • 14. Robert Downey Jr. (Jan 2020)
  • 15. Steve-O (Nov 2015)
  • 16. Jordan Peterson (Jul 2018)
    https://www.youtube.com/user/PowerfulJRE

The Taleas Podcast

Shameless self-promo, but we really had to. Besides all the amazing qualities the previously mentioned podcast have, they lack the concentration on one specific target group, Albanian Youth.

And this is where our podcast comes into play.

You can listen to it for free on our youtube channel, as we discuss all things taboo or not when it comes to what Albanian students struggles with mostly.