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My Podcast Picks: Jagannath LamichhaneLamichhane is a social activist and writer. He received the ‘Outstanding achievement in the field of Mental Health Care’ in 2015 from the World Health Organization.
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The British weekly newspaper has also been releasing podcast episodes since 2015. Over two thousand episodes of the show have been released to date. Although it started out with short ten minutes long episodes, now the runtime of the podcast is anywhere between 20 to 40 minutes.
I like how I get a concise rundown of everything happening in the world of business and finance through this podcast.
Fareed Zakaria GPS
In his podcast, Fareed Zakaria invites experts to share their valuable views and opinions on various foreign affairs and important world events affecting the lives of people all around. This weekly show has been airing since 2008 and has over 200 episodes released till date.
I love listening to Fareed Zarakia and his guests’ thoughts on the current world affairs.
TED, the non-profit media organization, shares talks of experts declaring them “ideas worth spreading”. The speakers are included from a wide variety of fields like business, technology, arts, science, education etc. TED podcasts bring in new content every week and also provide subtitles in more than 100 languages.
Although I love TED Talks, I do not sit down to watch videos of the speakers. Instead, I consume TED Talks as audios through my podcasting apps.
The NPR Politics
The American nonprofit media National Public Radio (NPR) brings the biggest news coming out in the US in their politics podcast. The show has been airing every weekday since 2015 and has over 1400 episodes released till date. The episodes run for anywhere between 15 to 30 minutes.
I liking staying up-to-date with the happenings in the political scene all around the world. The NPR Politics podcast gives me my daily dose of political stories in the US.