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Reader’s Reviews

Apart from the suggestions, a lot of you have great reviews for podcasts as well. Post them here and every week or every other week, you’ll get featured on the website.

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  1. Kevin B permalink
    May 26, 2010 5:55 AM

    I’ve spent a lot of time trying to find the best podcast personal companion to help me get through the insufferable two hour commute I make every day to work and home. I got tired of the angry guys, the bigoted guys and the sarcastic guys, then quite by accident I found Stack of Dimes and I was ‘converted’. They’re funny, a little self-deprecating and a LOT of fun. I’m on a campaign to get their facebook subscribers up to 500 (it’s at about 300 now) because they’ve committed to all of us that once they reach 500 they’re going to release a really cheesy video they made when they were in high school. I love this podcast and now I am a “man on a mission”. Give them a listen:

  2. June 7, 2010 3:44 AM

    Talk Stew is a weekly podcast that I’ve been listening to for a while and it hasn’t failed to deliver in the laugh department or the entertainment department. Stew, KO and Mark the Pickleman have good chemistry and a good time as they cover their regular segments: WTF, Tip of the Week, Something Good in Your Mouth, A-hole of the Week, amongst others. Interspersed with the segments are current events , some celebrity chat, tales from Stew and KO’s Marine Corps days and general chat all brought to you in an irreverent but knowledgeable style.
    I highly recommend you check it out. The more you listen and get to know the guys on the show, the better it gets.

  3. February 23, 2011 10:48 PM

    The Old Oilhouse is a Transformers podcast (or as they put it, transformers as a gateway drug podcast) that deals mostly with the community surrounding the franchise, and having what sounds like a great time. Recently I’ve seen people commenting on the forums that have no real interest in transformers, but love other 80’s memories.
    What they put out each month is a weekly round-up show, roundtables on almost any subject, a fantastic bit of fun called Iacon 101 and many more.
    If you want to have a chuckle, or fondly remember the 80’s, I can’t recommend Adam, Rob and Stu enough.

  4. November 12, 2011 10:40 AM

    I always check out the latest psychology podcasts, with an interest in social dynamics and applied psychology its hard to find some good stuff out there without ending up at some ‘dating podcast’ or NLP101 type thing where they spend an episode spouting at how good they are, perhaps give away one tiny tip then state if you want more organise some highly expensive coaching…
    Then I found ‘The Alpha Dude Podcast’ by Michael Pulser, and I was sceptical at first given the name but when I got into it – its quite addictive and I got a lot out of it – from learning psychological warfare, social dynamics, heaps of cool psychology things and then how to be a human lie detector (a segment that goes through it step by step at the end of each show.) This would be the single best podcast I have heard where I got a lot out of it and enjoyed it.
    The only con is the production – it is not professional – but that seems to be part of the charm – its not commercial, not selling anything and the podcaster is happy to chat to people without charging or pushing something. This is the first review of a podcast I have done, the main reason I did it is that he has helped me, thought I’d pay it forward. Check it out!

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