A lot of the most supported shows on Fountain are Bitcoin podcasts. Here are ten podcasts loved by listeners with broader interests, including books, politics, psychology, culture and marijuana.
A show about politics and mainstream media. Curry and Dvorak are the true pioneers of Value for Value. No Agenda has no advertisers and has subsisted entirely on donations since it debuted in 2007. It has since amassed 1427 episodes and thousands of loyal fans.
A podcast about life, liberty, love and the pursuit of bowls. Regular segments include Weed News, This Day in History and listener voicemails. Can be enjoyed with or without smoking a bowl.
Dragonball Z, Street Fighter and Tekken superfans might be familiar with voice actor Kyle Hebert. In this eccentric show, Kyle delivers news and reviews in culture, tech and media while showcasing his powerful vocal abilities and handiwork with audio effects.
Live discussions with two PhDs in Biology exploring the state and future of civilization through an evolutionary lens. Bret and Heather examine human nature with well-known and obscure guests that bring unusual insights on the world.
The beauty of the RSS protocol is that it supports any audio or video content- not just podcasts. Stay Awhile is a full length rock album by Able Kirby and Sir Spencer that launched at the end of 2021.
What does it mean to be masculine in the modern era? Will Spencer discusses this idea with diverse guests.
Podcast hosted by investigative writer and researcher Whitney Webb. She covers important stories relating to intelligence, tech, surveillance and civil liberties. A different guest joins Whitney for each episode.
Regular reviews by two passionate bookworms. Kryin and Juan put an emphasis on the learnings, intriguing ideas and pragmatic takeaways that can be applied to your everyday life. The books they review are diverse and appealing, spanning history, philosophy, business and fiction.
Nat and Neil Soni explore books, essays, podcasts, and anything else that warrants further discussion, teaches something useful, or at the very least, exercises our brain muscles.
A daily online audio show about self sufficiency and self reliance in the modern world. Jack Spirko invites guests to discuss just how fragile the human condition and the United States economy really is.
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