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Here Are The Podcasts All Of Our Readers Are Obsessed With

There are seemingly an endless amount of podcasts out there. If there was ever a topic you were curious about, there is likely a podcast out there to give you all of the in-depth knowledge you’ve ever wanted. Now that we are all home, we wanted to find out what you are listening to and you provided the answers.

Here are your responses to our question about what podcasts you can’t get enough of.

Now is a great time to check out some new podcasts. Whether you live alone or want to get a break from your family, here are some podcasts you all love to listen to right now.

“Crime Junkie”

Brit and Ashley host a podcast by and for crime junkies. It is for people who just can’t get enough of listening to and learning about true crime. If you are one of those people who love to follow link after link to learn about true crime cases and stories, this podcast promises a chance to fully explore those interests.

“Latino USA”

“Latino USA,” an NPR podcast, is dedicated to all things Latino. We’re talking about politics, culture, food, art, history, and so much more. Maria Hinojosa, the host of the podcast, is here to explore all of the things that make the Latino culture the vibrant and important population that it is in the U.S.

“Ear Hustle”

“Ear Hustle” is a podcast by “Nigel Poor, a Bay Area visual artist, and Earlonne Woods, formerly incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison, and was co-founded with former San Quentin resident Antwan Williams.” The podcast brings you stories from within San Quentin State Prison to show the daily life of prisoners. It tackles some serious and sometimes uncomfortable issues.

To Live And Die In LA

“To Live And Die In LA” is all about the disappearance of Adea Shabani, an aspiring actress who disappeared on Hollywood Boulevard. The host of the podcast, Neil Strauss, interviews the family and friends of Shabani and tries to piece together the last moments of her life. There are moments of disbelief and pure heartbreak as Strauss tries to figure out what happened to the young woman who moved to Hollywood from Macedonia to become a star.

“Bitter Brown Femmes”

“Bitter Brown Femmes is a podcast hosted by Ruben (Queer Xicano Chisme) and Cassandra (Xicanisma_) that tackles social, political, emotional, and community issues,” reads the podcast’s website. The hosts want to take the Latinx/Chicanx narrative beyond the surface conversations they believe are oversaturating social media discussions. Instead, Ruben and Cassandra want to dive deep into identity and aim to be critical of the community and society.

“Leyendas Legendarias”

Who doesn’t love some creepy stories? José Antonio Badía narrates stories from the paranormal, true crimes, historical events and so much more. Produced in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, the Wondrey-backed podcast will give you the creepiness you didn’t know you needed before bed.

“The Charro Azteca Podcast”

Charro Azteca is a company built to celebrate and continue the charro culture. Hosts Francisco and Conrad dig into several topics while discussing the world around them.

“2 Black Girls, 1 Rose”

If you are obsessed with all things “The Bachelor” and “Love Is Blind” then this is the podcast for you. The two hosts are here to share in all of the chisme and wtf moments from some of the world’s most celebrated relationship competition reality shows.

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