My podcast picks: Dr Neil PandeDental surgeon Pandey from Healthy Smiles Dental Clinic helped set up Nepal’s first dental hospital.
The dental surgeon from Healthy Smiles Dental Clinic helped set up Nepal’s first dental hospital. He has worked at Nepal Dental Association as General Secretary, Centre for Continuing Dental Education and Research as President, Royal College and Progressive Orthodontics USA.
The Joe Rogan Experience
Joe Rogan covers everything from current events, comedy, politics, philosophy, science, and hobbies with a variety of guests in his podcast. Started 13 years ago, The Joe Rogan Experience has been one of the most popular podcasts in the world since the mid-2010s.
I like the podcast because of the frank and interesting conversations between Rogan and his guests.
Protrusive Dental Podcast
Protrusive Dental Podcast has been airing since late 2018 and has over 136 episodes out to date. The host, dentist Jasneet Singh Gulati (Jaz) is a self-proclaimed ‘dental geek’ and describes his show as—the forward-thinking podcast for dental professionals.
Gulati is very forthright with his thoughts and the issues he covers, and I find the podcast pretty unconventional.
Face-to-face with Saunak Bhatta
This is a new podcast by motivational coach, and professional and corporate trainer Saunak Bhatta. Started in October 2022, only three episodes of this podcast have been aired to date. This is also a video podcast uploaded on Knocking Mindset Nepal’s Youtube channel, you can watch the conversations between Saunak Bhatta and his guests as it happens.
I genuinely think Bhatta creates good content. His motivational talks are something everyone should listen to.
On Air With Sanjay
On Air With Sanjay is one of the most popular podcasts in Nepal. Even people who are not big podcast listeners probably listen to this one podcast. The first episode of the show aired in May 2021, and to date, Sanjay Silwal Gupta, who is also the host, has put out over 260 episodes.
I find this podcast very entertaining and would even call it Nepal’s top podcast.