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Here we are, just for you. We do the hard work of finding new podcasts for your aural pleasure so you don't have to. This week Zane is recommending Dragon Friends, Liz is putting forward Deadly Manners and Patrick is all about them Tiny Desk concerts. And stick around after the recommendations for the reviews of last week's podcast offerings.
Well hello, we didn't see you there. We are your Castologists, Liz Best, Zane C. Weber and Patrick Shearer, here to tell you what's good in podcast land. This week Liz gets true crimey again with The Lady Vanishes, Patrick gets philosophisey again with Alan Watts Podcast, and Zane gets history-y again (we think it's again? We've lost track of who did what) with listener submission The History of Aotearoa New Zealand. Then they get stuck into the reviews from last week's offerings.
Welcome back to what we like to call Castology, because that is the name of our podcast. This week seems to be our Punctuation in Podcast Titles Week, as we bring you recommendations of RISK!, Philosophize This! and Who The Hell is Hamish? As always, Liz, Patrick and Zane then move on to reviewing what they recommended last week.
Move over men, this week it's all about the ladies. That's right, Castology is bringing you a themed episode with recommendations of podcasts hosted by women (but definitely not just for women). Liz reclaims her sexual power with anti-slut shaming comedy podcast Guys We Fucked, Patrick gets physical with Found My Fitness, and Zane gets in touch with Lady Parts (and Liz is not sorry for making that sound like he touched girl bits instead of reviewing a film-focused podcast).
Good morning, good afternoon and good evening and welcome to Castology. The team kick things off with their recommendations: Liz goes for the cultural touchstone S-Town to nudge those who haven't yet listened to do so; Patrick brings a bit of The Church of What's Happening Now with Joey Coco Diaz; and Zane goes out of left field with a curated music podcast featuring an LGBTQI+ twist called Homoground. Then, stick around to hear the verdicts on last week's recommendations.
Wahoo, we made it to 20 episodes! Have we figured out how to do this thing in the most professional way possible? Hell no! But since when has that stopped us? Zane continues his fiction podcast roll with Motel Americana, Liz follows in his footsteps with the serialised radio play Sandra, and Patrick tries to tickle our funny bones with the comedy offering Your Mom's House. Then we get stuck into the reviews from last week's podcast recommendation.
Welcome! Pull up a chair and listen to your favourite Castologists recommending their favourite podcasts. This week Patrick brings Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank, Zane goes fictiony with Starship Sofa and Liz jumps on what's sure to be the next true crime podcast hit Jensen & Holes: The Murder Squad.
It's time for more Castology! Are you ready? Are you really? Because we are CHANGING IT UP this week. That's right, from this episode we'll have our recommendations first up, then stick around for our reviews from last week's offerings. This week, Pat recommends one of his favourite ever podcasts, Congressional Dish, Zane brings a listener submission - Dead Ladies Show Podcast - to the table, and Liz looks at another true crime phenomenon in Dr Death.
Your friendly neighbourhood Castologists are here to tell you where to go... to get good podcasts. (Not the other way, sheesh, we don't want you all to get mad at us and leave!) Liz dips back into the Wondery barrel to look at their new offering One Plus One, Zane explains what the "ology" part in Castology means (and a whole lot more ologies too) with the appropriately named Ologies, and Patrick gets newsy and questions everything with The Fifth Column. Got thoughts? We know you do! Send them to us!
This episode runs the gamut from wacky spontaneous musical fun, to true crime intrigue and a hub for dangerous ideas. First up as always listen to the verdict on the podcasts the Castologists presented the week before, then get stuck into our new recommendations. This week Zane shows his musical loving side with Off Book: The Improvised Musical, Liz presents a cultural touchstone podcast in Teacher's Pet, and Patrick looks at all the ideas you're not meant to talk about through Unregistered With Thaddeus Russell.
Controversy abounds as the team reviews last week's podcast offerings. Which of the podcasts got our Castologists in a tizz? You'll have to listen to find out. Then, we back away from potential blows just in time to recommend new podcasts for your ears to enjoy: Imagined Life from Liz, Revisionist History from Patrick and NRIWoman Podcast from Zane (a reader submission!).
Happy April Fool's Day! Our Castologists jokingly thought it would be funny to do a Religion theme on this prankiest of days because it seemed like a good idea at the time. And because none of them are remotely religious they've uncovered some podcasts with some sort of spiritual component... Also it's nearly Easter so just go with it OK? Liz found enlightenment in the words of J.K. Rowling with Harry Potter and the Sacred Text, Zane gets down to worshipping false gods with Zealot, and Patrick gets controversial with The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast.
It's listener submission overload this episode (except for Patrick who marches to the beat of his own drum). As always we start with reviewing last week's submissions and then get to recommending new stuff. Zane's challenges the status quo with Challenging Behaviors, Liz talks about sex, baby, with the listener suggested The Sugar Baby Confessionals and Patrick gets ready to expand all our minds with Psychedelic Salon.
Welcome back to our podcast review podcasts where we, your Castologists, review podcasts. Got it? This week Zane gives us history with a comedic twist courtesy of The Dollop, Liz gets back into potential true crime (no conviction yet, folks!) with The Drop Out and Patrick gets philosophical and thinky with Ram Dass Here and Now.
You want more podcasts? We got more podcasts (because that's literally our job, to give you podcast recommendations!) Liz brings a reader submission to the table (that she was already planning on doing thank you very much) called Forgotten Australia. Patrick decides during the show what he's going to recommend and comes up with RadioLab Presents More Perfect. And as for Zane, he's also waded into the barrel of reader submissions and brings us The What If Podcast.
We made it to our tenth episode (relatively) unscathed! This week as always we review last week's submissions, before bringing you delicious piping hot new podcasts for your approval. Because of St Patrick's Day we're all about drinking this week, with Liz recommending And That's Why We Drink, Pat offering up The Drunken Taoist Podcast and Zane rounding it off with Dumb People Town.
Episode nine and it's podcast time. First up, as always, your friendly neighbourhood Castologists tell us exactly what they thought of Ain't it Rich, Serial and RadioLab. Then, have they got more recommendations for you! (Of course they have, it's literally their job). Liz is all about romantic espionage with I Secretly Recorded My Boyfriend, Patrick brings comedy and the biggest issues of our time together with #WeThePeople LIVE, and Zane brings Paul F. Thompkins to the table once more with Spontaneonation (making Liz very happy in the process).
First up it's review time. What did we think of This is Love, Flash Forward and Making Sense with Sam Harris? Then we've more podcasts to bring to the table. Let's hear it for RadioLab, Serial and Ain't it Rich! Stay tuned to see what the team thinks of this crop of podcasts next week.
Welcome to episode 7, where we rate the sex (podcasts) we had last week, and offer up new podcasts for review. Liz is following up sex with it's logical progression, luuuurve; she recommends This Is Love. Pat's podcast this week is Making Sense with Sam Harris (formerly Waking Up with Sam Harris). And Zane shows us a peek at what the future might hold with Flash Forward.
Let's talk about sex, baby! In honour of Valentine's Day, the team at Castology wanna recommend getting down and dirty. How romantic! But before then we gotta talk about last week, namely: How Did This Get Made?, The Rubin Report and Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates. Then it's getting hot in here, with Liz gushing about Sex Nerd Sandra, Zane slipping in a bit of Savage Lovecast, and Patrick getting stimulating with Tangentially Speaking. Subscribe to us on ITUNES, STITCHER, SPOTIFY or your podcatcher of choice. Find us on FACEBOOK, TWITTER or INSTAGRAM.