If you’re looking to listen to some perfect music but are unsure what to do, try listening to a podcast. These days, there are a lot of them, and many of them are well worth the time you spend on them. Here’s all you need to know about some of the best, from NPR and The Weeds to The Pontifications and J Warner Wallace.
The Weeds is a podcast produced by Vox. It covers the history, science, and politics of cannabis in a way that is accessible and entertaining. Each episode features a guest expert who explores an aspect of the topic. Whether it’s a scientific discovery, an artful invention, or a clever idea, the Weeds will tell you about it.
In this episode, we hear about “In The Weeds with Chef Jordan Wagman.” This podcast provides a unique perspective on the world of cannabis culinary arts. In this episode, Chef Jordan and his guests discuss weed-infused beverages, cannabis, and food and how weed can help you get better sleep.
Another fascinating episode, “The Cannabis Investing Podcast,” suggests ways to invest in the cannabis industry without the intimidation factor. Hosts Chris DiFonzo, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Environmental Economics at MSU, and Matt Gammans, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Environmental Economics and Extension Educator at MSU, talk about how to get started in the industry, how to make a profit and how to invest in different companies.
You might have heard about NPR’s staunch podcast. The show breaks down major news stories from around the world. It also features local journalists. And it’s all free so that you can listen to the latest episodes on your favorite podcast app. Read on to find out more about it!
A new episode of the NPR podcast is out, and it features the story of an 18-year-old woman who was arrested for stealing a gun in Macon, Georgia. Her story explores police privilege and community activism. She’s now on trial, but her case feels like a stalemate. In this episode, NPR’s Gabby Bulgarelli joins host Brittany Luse to talk about reporting from inside the courtroom.
Another segment of the NPR podcast is about therapy with friends. As part of this, host Maiken Scott speaks with a psychotherapist and a group of experts on tricky situations. They share tips on how to handle tricky situations in your life.
Warner Wallace is a prominent Christian apologist who was once a staunch atheist. However, after he investigated the claims of Christianity, Wallace began to believe. He is currently an adjunct professor of apologetics at Talbot School of Theology in California and the Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He has written several books and hosts a podcast on Christianity. Read on to learn more about this influential Christian.
Wallace is a cold case homicide detective who became a Christ-follower after examining the reliability of the Bible and Jesus. He began his investigation at thirty-five years old and became interested in the gospels. His book Cold-Case Christianity examines the validity of the gospel accounts.
Wallace has also written several other books. For example, God’s Crime Scene examines eight pieces of evidence that can help a person establish a solid foundation for their faith. His work has also been featured on NBC, FOX News, Dateline, and Court TV.