Next Door Villain, Con Artists, The Portal with Eric Weinsten

After a brief departure from their usual "type" of podcast, the gang are all back in their wheelhouse with this week's offerings. Zane takes time out to try to empathise with pop culture's worst evildoers with Next Door Villain, Liz looks at crime of the non-murdery variety with Con Artists and Patrick is back to thinky informational self with The Portal With Eric Weinsten. Then as always, it's on to the reviews from last week's submissions.

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UR Gonna Die Alone, The Art of Failure, In Sickness and In Health

OMG we did it again, and accidentally have a theme. It's LISTENER SUBMISSION week! That's right, we are bringing you YOUR recommendations (for three of you, anyway). And it just so happens to also have a slighly fail-centric theme. Liz brings the relationship drama with UR Gonna Die Alone, Patrick is all about stuffing up with style with The Art of Failure, and Zane gets on his social justice high horse with In Sickness and In Health.

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Swindled, I Survivor and Inside Star Wars/Jaws/The Exorcist

Well it was completely by accident but it seems this week is a Liz Best themed week, with all hosts recommending podcasts right up Liz'a alley. Zane takes a dip into the true crime world with Swindled, Patrick goes behind the scenes of classic films with the Wondery Inside series, and Liz recommends amazing stories of survival with I Survivor.

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No Such Thing As A Fish, The Amelia Project and Your Welcome with Michael Malice

Get ready because this week we have interesting facts, secret societies and one on one chats full of "sick burns" this week. Zane brings a podcast that takes a leaf out of QI's book called There's No Such Thing As A Fish, Liz uncovers a charming fictional tale of a secret organisation that helps desperate people fake their deaths, and Patrick brings the interview stylings of Michael Malice to the table with the seemingly-grammatically-incorrect-but-actually-not-incorrect-at-all podcast, Your Welcome.

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Miscast Commentary, No Filter with Mia Freedman and Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

Hello, welcome, pull up a chair and settle in for podcast reviews to help you choose. Zane brings the movie lover goods to the table with another listener recommendation: Miscast Commentary. Patrick listens to his girlfriend for once (or lets her do his homework, you decide) and recommends No Filter with Mia Freedman. And Liz listens to her psychologist mama like always and recommends a clinical psychology podcast with an almost voyeuristic twist with Where Should We Begin? With Esther Perel.

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Dragon Friends, Deadly Manners and Tiny Desk Concert

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.

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Harry Potter and the Sacred Text, The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast and Zealot

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.

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