Our Favorite Podcasts For Adults and Kids

Our Favorite Podcasts For Adults and Kids

There’s nothing like starting your day with a perfect cup of coffee and your favorite morning podcast. Podcasts are also a great way to pass the time when you’re stuck in traffic or taking care of household chores like doing dishes or folding laundry. Don’t believe us? Then you have to listen some of our top podcasts that we listen to on the daily, and you’ll see why. From true crime to daily news and science facts, we’ve got a range of podcasts that’ll you’ll love. Plus, we have another list of a few podcasts to keep kiddos entertained, too. Once you start listening, you won’t be able to stop, we’re sure of it. Keep reading for our current favorites…

Journalists Mike and Sarah review a person or event from the past that’s been miscast in the public imagination, and delve into how it affected our culture. We recommend starting with their five-episode series on Princess Diana.

A weekly public radio program and podcast, This American Life has a new theme each week in which they focus on different stories related to that theme. It’s a classic that always has a spot on our top podcasts list.

From The New York Times, The Daily follows the biggest stories and news happening in our world. It’s a great way to stay informed.

This sounds exactly like what you think it is. This podcast is filled with bedtime stories to help you fall soundly asleep. Great, right?

This documentary podcast series follows the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student, Kristin Smart. If you’re a true crime lover, start this one asap.

Hosted by the Smithsonian Institute, Sidedoor shares all of the intricate stories about the 154 million treasures that fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. Sounds like a never-ending series, right?

Investigative journalist Delia D’ambra digs into a decades-old homicide case with the hopes reigniting interest in the mind-bending details.

Science Vs tells you the facts you need to know. From fads to blogs and strong opinions, Science Vs breaks it all down with scientific research so you don’t have to.

Podcasts For Kids

Need something for the kids too? Try some of these fun podcasts…

Circle Round adapts folktales from around the world into sound and music-rich radio for kids from age 4 to 10.

From the wildest animal facts to nature’s biggest mysteries, Earth Rangers’ host Emma travels the world to share these facts with your kiddos.

Molly of Denali follows the adventures of Molly Mabray from the popular PBS television series.

For curious kids {and adults}, Brains On! Is a science podcast that answers all of your fascinating questions about the world.

What podcasts have you been loving lately?

Share your favorites below!

XO Team LC

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