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Best Educational Podcasts: Episodes & Shows of October 01, 2021

Top Educational Episodes

A quick Google search will provide you with a list of highly recommended educational podcasts. However, we have found this is not enough. In situations where you want to listen to an exciting knowledge-filled episode in your free time, the names of the shows don’t cut it. This is where we come in. Together with the Repod community of listeners, we keep a curated list of the best educational episodes. These episodes are voted for by listeners who have been able to gauge the quality of content offered by these podcasts. Give one a listen.
The list of the top 10 Educational episodes for October 2021 is compliled from Repod’s podcast app chart data. The list below is updated monthly, daily Educational charts can be found inside the app.
  • 1
    The Pod Lab
    The Pod LabThe Subtle Art of Less Awkward Interviews with Alie Ward (Ologies)
    "I listen to this podcast for the advice on podcasting, but everyone who listens to Ologies with Alie Ward (I.e. people with good taste) should check this episode out. Alie tells a great, funny story about the time she bombed an interview — or thought she did, anyway."
  • 2
    RadiolabEverybody’s Got One
    "I've recently started working with a client in the women's health/fertility space, and I can honestly say that i did not realize how powerful and fascinating the female body is through pregnancy. Never really thought about it. The placenta especially is just so interesting. "
  • 3
    Every Little Thing
    Every Little ThingWhat It’s Like To Live in the White House
    "I loved getting to peak behind the curtain of random life in the White House! I was surprised to hear that they have to pay for all of their food and the fun cravings that some of the families had 😂"
  • 4
    Hidden Brain
    Hidden BrainCultivating Your Purpose
    "I so relate to this. Finding your purpose can be hard, especially during transitional periods like before/after college or when you're looking for a job. The pressure and questions from everyone only make it worse. If you've struggled with finding your "purpose", I highly recommend this episode from Hidden Brain."
  • 5
    Jocko Podcast
    Jocko PodcastJocko Underground: Are We Raising Soft Kids? Good Samaritan VS A Snitch. The Single Most Difficult Time.
    "The powerful Jocko answers the question. Good insight and be aware against generalised statements. Not everyone is the same. "
  • 6
    TED Talks Daily
    TED Talks DailyDon't call people out -- call them in | Loretta J. Ross
    "“When you ask people to give up hate, you have to be there for them when they do.” Beautiful, beautiful quote. It's too difficult to imbibe... Just like non-violence... But just as powerful. "Fighting hate should be fun; it's being a hater that sucks""
  • 7
    You Are Not So Smart
    You Are Not So Smart211 - QAnon and Conspiratorial Narratives
    "I appreciated this clear-eyed take on the 'Q' phenomenon. Learned a lot."
  • 8
    Hidden Brain
    Hidden BrainWhere Happiness Hides
    "What makes us happy? When are we happy enough and how do we maximize our own happiness? Hidden Brain brings the science behind happiness and how we can adapt to the feeling of being happy. Hedonic adaptation can help us cope with our daily routine, but also sap the joy from our relationships. If you’re curious to how you may be adapting to your own happiness, then give this episode a listen. "
  • 9
    Life Kit
    Life KitHow To Stop Getting Interrupted At Work
    "Damn, I’m surprised at how much useful info was packed in here. If you’ve been talked over, had your ideas stolen, or just ignored in a conversation then this episode is exactly what you need. I loved the extra care this episode took to focus on solving these problems for women at work since they are more likely to be victims of this behavior than men. "
  • 10
    Popular Front
    Popular Front126. Another Failed Ceasefire in East Ukraine
    "The fact this is still happening after all this time makes me sad. The Ukrainian people deserve a peaceful country. "

Editors Choice: Top Educational Shows

Mostly, we find that with home improvement, there’s always something new to learn. If you’re like us, you’re probably interested in simple DIY hacks that can be useful in improving the home. To that end, there are podcast shows with educational content in the DIY niche. However, the best part is that there’s more. Some podcasts cover different educational topics in a bid to improve listeners across the board. Wherever you’re looking to develop yourself, we’ve got just the podcast shows to do just that.
The list of the top 10 best Educational podcasts of 2021 is a compilation of the editor’s choice + collaboration with the Repod community.
  • Revisionist History
    Revisionist History
  • Broken Harts
    Broken Harts
  • Stuff You Should Know
    Stuff You Should Know
  • 99% Invisible
    99% Invisible
  • Radiolab
  • TED Talks Daily
    TED Talks Daily
  • Freakonomics Radio
    Freakonomics Radio
  • Reply All
    Reply All
  • Hidden Brain
    Hidden Brain
  • Planet Money
    Planet Money

Travis Osterhaus

Learning never stops. Every day of your life, whether it’s something as simple as learning how to use Twitter or picking up a new language, there’s always new information to digest. Learning is a progressive curve that can significantly impact the quality of our lives. As a result, it’s essential to continually find new ways to keep learning. Educational podcasts can provide you with an avenue to do just that. Because there is so much to learn from educational podcasts make a listening choice become complicated. Not to worry, we’ve educated ourselves to recommend the best educational podcasts for enthusiasts like yourself. The simple solution is to provide you with specially curated lists of top-rated podcast shows and episodes. From educational podcasts that teach how to play a musical instrument to those centered on learning DIY crafts, our lists cover a range of topics. Let’s get to learning.

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