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Best podcasts to listen to while drawing?
ozoneocean at 8:01PM, Sept. 10, 2017
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Best podcasts to listen to while drawing?

Of course The DD Quackcast should to any list, but what are others you enjoy?
For me there are a few I listen to often:

Skeptoid is one of the best, especially if you love the real story behind crazy conspiracy theories, ghost stories, bigfoot hoaxes etc.
Highly recommended! The disadvanthae is that they're only 10 minutes long and access to the entire archive is behind a paywall. Though you can get a huge amount for free.

The Skeptic's guide to the Universe.
This is another one that looks with a critical on frauds, or it used to. Mainly the focus of this one is on interesting new science and technology. Sometimes they talk about medical hoaxes in “alternative medicine” because the leader of the podcast is a neuroscience professor at Yale university.

You Made it Weird, with John Holmes.
This can often be pretty good. He talks to comedians, actors and musicians, it's funny and entraining. He does tend to talk over guests too much though, his god, spiritual, and drug chats are a bit annoying sometimes, as is his penchant for reducing debate to overly simple genital based metaphors. But that's a problem with a lot of comedians.

Pornstars are people.
This one is pretty good, Comedian Dan Frigolette chats with various pornstars, not about porn but about every day stuff. Sounds like it would be dull but it's not, it tends to be a lot of fun.

That's a pretty small list…
Mister Spook at 7:46AM, Sept. 13, 2017
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joined: 1-11-2006
Here's a list of some of my favorites.

Webcomics Weekly
. It's no longer being updated (there's an impressive archive though), but for someone who wants to hear four funny cartoonists talk shop about this bewildering world of online comics, it's the podcast for you. Most of the advice is good, though it's funny to see how much their opinions have changed in recent years. Features: Scott Kurtz (PvP), Kris Straub (Chainsawsuit), Brad “Wigwam” Guigar (Evil Inc.), and Dave Kellett (Sheldon).

Lore. Perfect time of year for this podcast. The episodes celebrate a curious blend of history and folklore, often talking about cases of mysterious crimes, the supernatural, and other unsettling facts. Great production value and an impressive number of episodes.

The Canon. Something between movie review and critical analysis. The show's two hosts Devin Faraci and Amy Nicholson watch films and determine whether they should be entered into the “canon” based on listener feedback. I really loved this podcast, but unfortunately Devin Faraci left the show due to some controversy so it's lost some of its appeal. It's current being run by Nicholson and guest hosts.

ImaginaryWorlds. This podcast is a must listen for speculative fiction enthusiasts. Eric Molinsky covers topics across the spectrum of science fiction and fantasy. Great production values (like listening to NPR, which is a good thing in my book) and it often features interviews and original research.
thunderdavid at 8:38AM, Sept. 13, 2017
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joined: 1-26-2016
I finally finish entire Quackcast. The recent podcast about character costume.

I listen to Joe Rogan from Fear Factor and UFC.
The Joe Rogan Experience.
His podcast is all over the place except comic books. From science to politics to coyotes in L.A. You'll find him on iHeart Radio app

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