Top 10 Favorite Podcasts I Listened To In 2019

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In 2019 content was king for me and I consumed lots of digital content every single way week with a lot of it being in the form of podcasts. I really got into podcasts back in 2013 and scaled up the numbers of shows I listen to weekly in 2015-2018. This year my podcast listenership sustained another growth spurt as I added several daily news podcasts to the rotation. This list is only a snapshot of the regular podcasts I listen to on weekly basis.

Do you listen to podcasts? If so, what are your favorites. Let me know in the comments.

Top 10 Favorite Podcasts I Listened To In 2019 by Calvin Eaton

  1. Post Reports by The Washington Post
  2. Pod Save The People w/ Deray
  3. The 1A
  4. The B. Scott Show
  5. BS Drivers
  6. The Read
  7. WXXI Connections
  8. How I Built This with Guy Raz
  9. The Urban Phoenix
  10. For The Evolution of Business
A few more:
  1. Cape Up with Jonation Capehart
  2. Reveal by NPR
  3. Code Switch by NPR
  4. Hidden Brain
  5. Rants and Randomness w/ Luvvie Ajayi
  6. It’s The Little Things
About Calvin Eaton

(he/his/him) Calvin Eaton is a community educator, digital content creator, and social entrepreneur, whose area of expertise includes antiracism, inclusion, equity, curriculum writing, and higher education.

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