Everything Is Alive
Louis, Can of Cola
Have you ever had a deep conversation with an inanimate object? This unscripted podcast from Radiotopia is one of the most creative ideas for an interview show, and Louis’ episode takes some unexpected turns. We’ve never thought a can of cola could teach us so much about life.
All On The Table
Breakfast with Emily Miller
Food photographer Aaron Bernstein got his start in the fashion world, and now is a creative resident with Adobe. He approaches food from a visual perspective and sits down with other creatives who work in the intersection of food and the arts.
We appreciate the spunky energy of hosts Molly Wizenberg and Matthew Amster-Burton as they delve into a food-related topic, but it’s really a comedy show disguised as a food podcast. This episode covers all things rotisserie chicken, and it makes our mouths water.
Shochu & Soju
Every episode of MAEKAN will teach you something you didn’t know about creative culture, and likely make you want to hop on a plane. This episode features Elliot Faber, the beverage director of one of Hong Kong’s coolest restaurants, Yardbird. He offers a crash course in the differences and similarities between Shochu and Soju, Japanese and Korean distilled spirits made from rice.
The Empty Bowl by Justin McElroy
Veteran podcaster Justin McElroy from My Brother, My Brother and Me and cereal blogger Dan Goubert get experimental with this “meditative” podcast about cereal (yes, they considered the cereal/Serial joke for the title of the show but felt it was too obvious). You’ll be surprised at how many types of cereal you’ve probably never tried. You’ll also get nostalgic, and you’ll probably laugh a lot.