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5 1/2 Podcasts Broncos are Listening to

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It’s a great time to catch up on your favorite podcasts, and there’s something for everyone — from serious to silly. With so many podcasts out there, we asked you on our Instagram page what you’re listening to. We did the same thing for 5 ½ Things About What Broncos Are Listening to this Spring you can check out. If you’re looking for suggestions on what to listen to next, look no further!

1)  Comedy

Laughter is the best medicine, right? If you need a good laugh, there are countless comedic podcasts out there for your enjoyment. Laugh with silly stories on Chuckle Sandwich. Get the inside scoop on the popular sitcom, The Office, with the Office Ladies. Tune into The Joe Rogan Experience to hear several hilarious comedians.

2)  Crime

Many Broncos like being on the edge of their seats listening to the thrills and chills of crime podcasts. Some of your top picks were true crime from Crime Junkie, hair-raising tales from Morbid, and spooky psychology (with a touch of sweet comedy) from Rotten Mango.

3)  History

Looking to learn? You can use your free time to gain more knowledge with intriguing informational podcasts. Several Broncos like listening to historical stories from Stuff You Missed in History Class and Stuff You Should Know or dark tales from LORE and Dark History.

4)  Spirituality

Some Broncos recommended podcasts with spiritual aspects. Dive into the challenges of life faced by young adults with speakers who share powerful, inspiring messages on The Porch. Search for answers to deep questions about life and families in scriptures with moms on Risen Motherhood. Be empowered by spiritual conversations on Made for This with Jennie Allen.

5)  Advice

What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given? Sadie Robertson Huff answers that question on the WHOA That’s Good Podcast. Impossible to Say provides advice on daily dilemmas (you can even submit your own story). If you’re looking for opinions on entertainment and literature, We Hate Movies and What Should I Read Next? have you covered.

Here’s another piece of advice: give one of these podcasts a listen.

5 ½) Honorable mentions

We had so many responses that we couldn’t fit them all into just 5 categories! So, here are some honorable mentions worth checking out:

Bonus bit: Keep your ears out for Student Life’s new podcast coming soon!