Sat. Apr 20th, 2024

5 Podcasts to Check Out On Your Next Long Road Trip

Let’s face it – road trips can get boring. Whether you’re headed to Disneyland alongside your family for a summer vacation or on your way to Colorado for a medical procedure at ThriveMD, spending more than a few hours in a car is undesirable for anyone. One of the best ways to pass time on a long drive is by listening to podcasts. Whether you’re a history buff, in need of a laugh, or looking for a scare, here are some of the best podcasts to help pass the time on your next road trip.

You’re Wrong About

Whether you’re a fan of history, pop culture, or something in between, You’re Wrong About has an episode for you. Hosts Sarah Marshall and Michael Hobbes are journalists obsessed with the past, and informing listeners of the true history behind sensationalized events, topics, and individuals that are often reported incorrectly or with unfair bias in the media.

My Favorite Murder

True crime junkies and comedy lovers alike are bound to love My Favorite Murder, a funny yet eerie podcast hosted by comedians Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff. Each episode tells the story of 2 horrifying true crime incidents alongside personal anecdotes and encouraging stories. For fans looking to get scared by real-life accounts of terrifying crimes, look no further.

Scam Goddess

Host Laci Mosely has devoted a podcast to “true crime without all the death” in Scam Goddess, which explores a different “scam” in each episode and tells the story of real-life scammers who have either succeeded or failed miserably. Often joined by hilarious guests, this podcast is sure to keep listeners entertained for hours and eager to do their own research on the infamous scammers discussed on the show.

Sofia With an F

Sofia Franklyn is a social media influencer and podcast host dedicated to educating her listeners on topics including dating, fashion, friendship, and more. Often featuring celebrity guests, this podcast is sure to deliver laughs and help time fly, even on the longest road trips.

Fluently Forward

For fans of celebrity gossip, pop culture news, and conspiracy theories, Fluently Forward is the perfect podcast. Host Shannon McNamara keeps listeners on their toes as she discusses the latest news and controversies in the entertainment world alongside insider guests. Episodes range from 1-2 hours, making this the perfect show to enjoy on a long drive.