Stitcher has a plethora of podcasts worth listening to. Each week, we’re giving you new episode recommendations from some of our top shows to help keep you up to speed and ease the pain of the pod discovery process.

The Distraction: A Defector Podcast — “That’s as Simplistic as I Can Possibly Make It (with Thang Pham)”

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As per usual on The Distraction, hosts Drew Magary and David Roth talk topics that run the gamut from baseball to politics to football to COVID. The episode opens to the discussion of mask wearing while eating out…


Stitcher has a plethora of podcasts worth listening to. Each week, we’re giving you new episode recommendations from some of our top shows to help keep you up to speed and ease the pain of the pod discovery process.

How Did This Get Made? “Zack Snyder’s Justice League (w/ Griffin Newman, David Sims)”

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What’s more momentous than a movie crossover of beloved superheroes?? How about a crossover of some of your favorite podcasters in one show?

This week on How Did This Get Made? Hosts Jason Mantzoukas and Paul Scheer (June Diane Raphael was absent…


Kate Kelly and Jamia Wilson, co-hosts of the podcast Ordinary Equality, discuss what Women’s History Month means to them, as they explore the nuance of the women’s rights movement, from the ERA to the history of abortion access. They reflect on what they hope listeners take away from season two, their relationship as co-hosts, and the dream vision for the future of the reproductive rights movement.

What does Women’s History Month mean to you?

Kate: We all grew up with such an inaccurate view of history, where 50% of the population was conspicuously absent. Women’s History Month is a time…


The founders of EARIOS, Amanda Lund, Maria Blasucci and Priyanka Mattoo, sit down to reflect on this year’s Women’s History Month. They discuss the shows they have coming up, the joys and struggles of being a woman in podcasting, and how they find inspiration in their all-women team, and each other.

How is EARIOS celebrating Women’s History Month?

At Earios, we celebrate women all year long and this month we have some special programming that we’re excited about. The Alarmist podcast, hosted by Rebecca Delgado Smith, which analyzes history’s greatest disasters and decides who is to blame, is focusing on…


Stitcher has a plethora of podcasts worth listening to. Each week, we’re giving you new episode recommendations from some of our top shows to help keep you up to speed and ease the pain of the pod discovery process.

Porsha4Real — “Feeling Myself”

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On this week’s episode of Porsha4Real, host Porsha Williams is joined, as always, by her mom, Dianne, and sister, Lauren. This week the always entertaining podcast that covers love, family, parenting and so much more, aims to help listeners love themselves more.

“Ever since I became single I’ve been feeling myself, the…


Jenny Kaplan and Shira Atkins, best friends turned co-founders of Wonder Media Network reflect on how their experience at WMN, and their podcast Encyclopedia Womannica has informed their understanding of Women’s History Month. From leading a women led company to their work exploring women in history through Womannica, Shira and Jenny are inspired to uplift the stories of women leaders past and present in their work each day.

What does Women’s History Month look like at Wonder Media Network?

Jenny & Shira: WHM is one of the more festive moments in WMN’s calendar. In many ways, it is the culmination…


On The Atlas Obscura Podcast, listeners can expect a daily audio adventure to a wondrous location they’ve probably never heard of. The show is out now, and you can listen to new episodes every Monday through Thursday here on Stitcher.

Atlas Obscura’s mission is simple and admirable; to inspire wonder and curiosity about the incredible world we all share. With their official foray into the world of podcasting, AO hopes to invite listeners to both visit these locations (after the pandemic ends of course), as well as discover the stories behind what makes them so special.

We spoke with to Dylan Thuras, host and co-founder of Atlas Obscura, about his pandemic experience, fighting what he calls local blindness, and learning from an early age that you can find the most amazing discoveries from as close as your backyard.

Congrats on…


This Women’s History Month, Stitcher is partnering with Wonder Media Network to celebrate historic firsts and uplift some of our favorite women-hosted podcasts.

Nora McInerny is the best-selling author of the memoir It’s Okay To Laugh, Crying Is Cool Too and the founder of the nonprofit Still Kickin. On her award-winning podcast Terrible, Thanks for Asking, she combines empathy and compassion with levity to help destigmatize life’s uncomfortable topics. When she’s not behind the mic, she’s listening to and learning from other women podcasters. Check out 5 of Nora’s favorite women-hosted podcasts.


Stitcher has a plethora of podcasts worth listening to. Each week, we’re giving you new episode recommendations from some of our top shows to help keep you up to speed and ease the pain of the pod discovery process.

The Sporkful — “Mission: ImPASTAble 3 | What Would Juan Guzmán Do?”

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“They’ve never done a collaboration like this with a real chef, let alone a podcast host who hasn’t run a successful food business since his lemonade stand.”

This week’s episode of The Sporkful is the third installment of the show’s Mission: ImPASTAble mini-series. The…


This Women’s History Month, Stitcher is partnering with Wonder Media Network to celebrate historic firsts and uplift some of our favorite women-hosted podcasts.

Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin live and breathe women’s history. On their award-winning podcast Unladylike, they comb through stories of rule-breaking women with detailed research and a healthy dose of feminist rage. We sat down with Cristen and Caroline to hear about how they amplify women’s stories all year long.

Happy Women’s History Month! How are you honoring or recognizing this celebratory month?

Cristen & Caroline: Honestly, we like to think that every month is Women’s History…

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