While the early days of the pandemic were spent binging Netflix, doing puzzles, reading and baking bread, there were also many days spent listening to podcasts. Between staying up to date with the news, hearing new celebrity gossip and simple comedic relief, podcasts have allowed SourceCode team members to stay sane through the last six months. This year on International Podcast Day, the SourceCode Communications staff celebrates by sharing some of the great podcasts they have listened to and ones they would recommend to everyone. See what they had to say:

Pod Save America, a no bullshit conversation about politics produced and distributed by Crooked Media, is the political podcast for people who aren’t ready to give up or go insane. This podcast has allowed me to stay up-to-date on everything regarding the election and all things politics.” – Briggs Brady, Account Executive




“Three podcasts I love listening to are The Daily, hosted by the NYT that gives a more in-depth look at any current issue, Akimbo, a podcast about our culture and about how we can change it and Oh, Hello: the P’dcast a six-episode podcast from “Oh Hello on Broadway,” it was a great escape in the early days of the pandemic.” – Kristen Stippich, Senior Vice President




“I really like Myths & Legends, a Spotify podcast that takes traditional fairy tales and Greek mythology and discusses them in more detail and with context. It goes into detail about the original Grimm fairy tales that are terrifying and how they became Disney phenomena. They also discuss the Greek myths that aren’t as common knowledge.” – Maddie Graham, Account Coordinator




“I’m obsessed with My Favorite Murder, a weekly true crime comedy podcast hosted by American comedians Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark.” – Cori Cagide, Senior Account Manager





“Recently I’ve been listening to You Must Remember This, a podcast about the secret and/or forgotten history of Hollywood’s first century. This season is about Polly Platt, a really influential Hollywood production designer and movie producer for Peter Bogdonavich, Camerone Crowe, among others. She was the woman behind the camera and got very little credit for what she did.” – Naomi Sabbah, Account Manager



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