What Am I Listening To? (Podcast Edition)

So we've covered the Disney Podcasts, now for some others that normally make my playlist.

  1. Science Friday - Love this podcast! It covers so many different things in science and it keeps me entertained and my brain thinking about other things while running.
  2. NPR Fresh Air - Great interviews and a broad range of topics. It's always a go to.
  3. This American Life - Like Fresh Air, lots of great stories but usually formatted in a more story telling format. It takes one topic and then looks at it from usually 3 very different lenses through indepth interviews.
  4. The Marathon Show - Want a running buddy but don't want to be dedicated to a specific time to run? Take Joe Taricani with you as he runs one of his hundreds of races. Informative and fun!
  5. Freakonomics Radio - Covers some fun topics from the lens of an economist. Keeps me on my toes and helps keep me up to date on some interesting topics.

What are you listening to?

What Am I Listening To? (Disney Podcast Edition)

So, whenever I tell friends/co-workers I run, one of the first questions is always "Don't you get bored?"

I'd be lying if I said there weren't days when I did get bored, but most days I'm listening to my tunes or my podcasts to keep me company. For February I'll be posting my favorites here every Wednesday.

Today, we're going to cover my top picks for Disney podcasts which are my more frequent "go to"s on my iPod.
  1. Mickey Miles Podcast - This is a great podcast that matches my love of running with my love for runDisney. Great information and interviews to keep you company on any run!
  2. WDW Today - These guys (and gals) are great! It's a round table discussion so you get lots of perspectives and interesting conversation about Walt Disney World. There is rarely a podcast where I don't look a little crazy chuckling to myself.
  3. WEDWayRadio - This is a great podcast for historical/imagineering/other information about the Disney parks. Great hosts and a great podcast with lots of information.
  4. WDWRadio - Another great host and great information about the parks present and past. Anything that references an interview with Jim Korkis is a gem. These podcasts are usually about an hour log so this is perfect for those long runs.
  5. DisUnplugged - There is both a Walt Disney World and Disneyland edition of this podcast and both offer great round table discussions of the parks and are great for news and information. They always keep me in the loop on the latest park happenings.
What are you listening to?