My podcast picks: Arpana LamaLama is a professional ballet dancer. She has eight years of background in dance and musical theatre. She has also directed musical theatre productions.
Shushant Pradhan Podcast
Many listeners choose Sushant Pradhan’s podcast for its discussions on Nepal’s politics. What sets it apart is its impartial approach; it presents situations without bias, providing clear explanations.
Pradhan focuses on facts, avoiding black-or-white takes. It’s a great way to stay informed about political events in Nepal.
I recently started listening to Bobo’s Void based on a friend’s suggestion. It’s an enjoyable podcast, offering a Gen-Z perspective on philosophical subjects. Recent episodes explored topics like happiness, self-identity, love, and depression.
The host also discusses life in developing nations, a topic I could relate to personally.
The Diary Of A CEO
This show, hosted by British-Nigerian entrepreneur Steven Bartlett, is well-liked. It features a variety of guests, and Bartlett does a great job of posing hard-hitting questions.
Overall, it's enjoyable. However, the recurring themes in each episode might become monotonous for regular listeners.
On Purpose with Jay Shetty
On Purpose with Jay Shetty was one of the first podcasts I listened to, and it got me interested in the medium. It focuses on mental health, and I find Shetty’s perspective intriguing.
I would recommend it, especially to those dealing with mental health challenges. Shetty promotes positivity and being present in the moment.