Culture & Lifestyle
My Podcast Picks: Rachana DahalMusician Dahal’s songs often feature commentary on personal as well as societal issues like mental health.
Rachana Dahal is a well-known musician, with releases like ‘Bhumari’ and ‘Daagbatti’, who debuted in 2019. Her songs often feature commentary on personal as well as societal issues like mental health.
Podcasts Dahal follows:
The Jordan B Peterson Podcast
The podcast started on December 7, 2016 and has 230 episodes. It talks about the creation of aimless social hierarchies that leave people devoid of meaning.
I like this podcast because it features intellectual discourses. The podcast delves deep into distinct elements: narcissism, psychopathy, sadism, among others. It also discusses the major problems plaguing today’s youths.
Teal Swan talks about truths behind beliefs, love, shame, hurt, relationships, fear and our response to our loneliness in her podcast. It includes 433 episodes and is available on YouTube.
I just really enjoy listening to Teal Swan. This is definitely for someone who wants to get inspired by authenticity, freedom and joy.
‘Aperture’ launched only six months ago and has aired 21 episodes to date. This podcast is about bringing the cosmos to our planet: the ideas of future, reality, simulation, and nihilism are topics covered in the podcast.
I like it because along with talking about the cosmos, they also bring in psychologists to come and talk about self help.
History of the Universe
The early universe, the creation of the first stars and galaxies, redshift, and gamma-ray bursts are some of the topics covered by Prof Nial Tanvir from University of Leicester, UK.
This podcast interests me since it is all about the cosmos, time, super forces, and the universe’s entire history.
Kurzgesagt— In a Nutshell
Kurzgesagt, which translates to ‘In a Nutshell’ in German, is an animation studio and YouTube channel based in Munich that has a unique perspective on design, color, and storytelling. This long running podcast has 11 seasons and 171 episodes.
I love to watch the animated videos on YouTube that accompany the podcast.