My Favourite Podcasts

Podcasts

Podcasts

I listen to a lot of podcasts… I mean, A LOT of podcasts. In fact, I listen to so many that I’ve trained myself to listen to them on double-speed so that I stand a chance at being able to get through them all each day. So, in case you’re interested, here they are…

Personal Development

I Hate My Boss

Side Hustle School

The Art of Charm

The Art of Manliness

The Catholic Man Show

Catholic Creatives

Entertainment

Buffering the Vampire Slayer

BBC Comedy of the Week

How Did This Get Made?

Inside the Exorcist

The Catholic Playlist Show

Trending

WhiskyCast

History

Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History

History Matters

The Fall of Rome

The History of the Early Church

Tides of History

C.S. Lewis

All about Jack

The Eagle and Child

Girl Podcasts

Among The Lilies 

Do Something Beautiful

Theology

Discerning Hearts presents Fr. Timothy Gallagher

Hobo for Christ podcast

Institute of Catholic Culture

Pints with Aquinas

Renovo

Solomon’s Porch

The Art of Catholic

The Jeff Cavins Show

The Liturgy Guys

The Patrick Coffin Show

The Word on Fire Show

Theology On Tap San Diego

Lectionary

Bishop Barron’s Sermons

Homilies – Our Lady of Mount Carmel

St. Elias Homilies (Melkite Church)

St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church

Apologetics

Catholic Answers Live

Cross Examined

Unbelievable

 

Do you have any podcast recommendations?

11 comments

  • Some I really like that were not mentioned:
    Lanky Guys
    Catholic Stuff You Should Know
    UMD Newman Catholic Campus Ministry
    The Fr. Mike Schmitz Catholic Podcast
    The Tolkien Road
    Three Dogs North

    • Hey Ricky, welcome to Restless Pilgrim and thanks for the recommendations!

    • Lanky Guys is now on my list. I really enjoyed their episode on Jonah! I used to be a Catholic Stuff You Should Know fan, but I find the episodes too inconsistent and too much filled with banter. I’ll let you know about the others…

      • Lanky guys hs been one of my favorite and it helps me better prepare for the mass. I agree that Catholic Stuff has been more hit or miss, but when they are on it is still very good. I’ve listened to Bishop Barron for a while and really love his stuff. And there are a few more you mentioned that were my regulars as well. Matt Fradf stuff is greAt as well. I have started checking out the history of the early church and like that, and have Renovo and Hard Core History as some of my stuff to listen to soon

    • I’ve just looked at the episode list for “The Tolkien Road”….holy cow! I thought that Matt and I were undertaking a tough challenge going chapter-by-chapter through Lewis’ works!

      • I stumbled across this while looking for commentary on ‘Leaf by Niggle”. I also really enjoy both of your podcast, especially the one on Mere Christianity. My book club and I are tackling reading Benedict’s Jesus of Nazareth. It would be fun to find a podcast on that

        • I stumbled across this while looking for commentary on ‘Leaf by Niggle”

          Huh…that’s strange because I don’t have much Tolkien on this site…

          I also really enjoy both of your podcast, especially the one on Mere Christianity

          Thanks! The “Restless Heart” podcast is on a bit of a sabbatical since my co-host moved to Orange County, so it’s a good thing you prefer the other one!

          My book club and I are tackling reading Benedict’s Jesus of Nazareth. It would be fun to find a podcast on that

          That’d be fun to do! Why are there only 24 hours in a day?!

          • Sorry, I misspoke. I stumbled across the Tolkien Road while looking for Leaf By Niggle commentary on iTunes and that is how I came across it, not while looking through your site.

  • Love the recommendations list … I thought I listened to a lot, but not that many. My two favorite daily news podcasts that I’m faithful to are Up First (NPR) and The Daily (NYTimes). I also love podcasts that teach me something like “How I Built this” and “This American Life” and “No Such Thing As a Fish” (getting my weekly british accent fix in). A friend introduced me to “Judge Jon Hodgman” for a regular fix of “why are people spending their time in fake internet court?” I’m going to add some of your recommendations to my upcoming rotation and see if any make it in there “on the regular!”

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