14 Podcasts About Life’s Big Questions, With Answers
Podcasts are going through something of a resurgence. They’re not new, but they’re definitely on the upswing after a period of obscurity. And I’m on board. There are new ones popping up all the time, some are extremely popular (see Serial), others a little more difficult to find.
Huffington Post have gathered together 14 of the best podcasts to leave you pondering life’s big questions. Listening through can either leave you feeling a little surprised and confused about the mysteries of life, or enlighten you to the amazing power of the mind and the world around you. But all of them will make you a little smarter, and there really is no substitute for a healthy mind.
Podcasts such as On Being and the TED Radio Hour are mentioned, along with Stuff To Blow Your Mind:
From the makers of popular podcast How Stuff Works comes Stuff To Blow Your Mind, a conversational show about the sciences designed for those who don’t necessarily have expertise in those areas but are curious to learn more. Co-hosts Robert and Julie answer some of the most curious questions each week, like “How does greed work?” and “Can money buy happiness?”
One thing I love about podcasts, you can take them anywhere. Yes, I have my music, but sometimes it’s great to accompany the daily commute with some mental workouts, hopefully you feel the same. Check out the article for all 14 podcasts, they should be able to keep you occupied for quite some time.
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