Here’s this week’s roundup of top podcasts and playlist recommendations from the Podyssey community! Also, get ready for back-to-school mode with our Deep Dive featuring 12 interviews that’ll make you smarter. Lastly, we’re excited to share with you a fun bonus bingo for podcast lovers this week. Enjoy!
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Why doesn’t plastic dry in the dishwasher? Two nerdy comedians find out.
Will Ferrell admits he sucked at being a bank teller and spills the (very funny) beans on how he disciplines his kids.
Are DNA testing kits a total scam? Plus, your employer cannot test your DNA because of a legal case involving office poop.
DNA has also been key to unlocking many true crimes, including malicious sperm donations. Check out this playlist to hear how:
If your best friend turns out to be a brutal murderer, how will you react?
A group of pioneers trekking to Californias in the 1800’s were forced into cannibalism to survive winter. Did they make it?
Before this woman, there were no new fruits like kiwis or guavas in American grocers for almost a century. Learn how she transformed the produce aisle:
Love true crime and food? Check out this foodie true crime playlist:
You’ll be guaranteed to laugh and cry after hearing these three stories of rule-breakers.
A comedic duo reads hilarious one-star reviews about cigar shops in Cuba.
Speaking of reviews, this beloved five-star review podcast is officially going off air.
Did you know? The US military recruits from video games, including from a smash-hit game they created.
Last week was the anniversary of the horrific Hurricane Katrina disaster. Remember and learn with The Atlantic’s miniseries examining one of the most misunderstood events in American history.
✨ Podcast Partner Spotlight: IBM Z DevOps Talks
In tech? Curious about mainframes? Then you want to listen to IBM’s DevOps podcast featuring interviews with DevOps veterans from HP, RedHat, and more.
John Willis, a pioneer of DevOps, argues that the future of DevOps includes the mainframe -- yes, the computer that IBM has been making since the 50’s and still powers our banking system and many transactions in our daily lives today!
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