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I want to start listening to podcasts and have some questions..

are they free to listen to or do the better ones cost? how do I listen to them, is there an app or a website? what are some of your favourite podcasts
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I want to start listening to podcasts and have some questions..

are they free to listen to or do the better ones cost? how do I listen to them, is there an app or a website? what are some of your favourite podcasts
Hello,

For the most part they are free and they can be found on YouTube, iTunes and various other places.

I do have many favourites as I regularly listen to 7 or 8 different ones but several are specific to my interests. Some good general recommendations:

Time Ferris's and Joe Rogan's podcasts can be easily found on YouTube. Both last a few hours each and typically feature prominent people from across various different fields so you can find the ones that interest you if you don't have eclectic tastes.

If you let me know exactly what interests you I can possibly point you in the right direction.
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I want to start listening to podcasts and have some questions..

are they free to listen to or do the better ones cost? how do I listen to them, is there an app or a website? what are some of your favourite podcasts
Some are free, some cost money.

Again, varies by podcast.

I would personally recommend Dan Carlin's Hardcore History and Common Sense, The History of Rome, The History of The Ancient World, The Drunken Peasants and Three Moves Ahead.
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Some are free, some cost money.

Again, varies by podcast.

I would personally recommend Dan Carlin's Hardcore History and Common Sense, The History of Rome, The History of The Ancient World, The Drunken Peasants and Three Moves Ahead.
Dan Carlin is fantastic, as are his appearances on other podcasts :yes:
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