10 MORE Podcasts You Should Be Listening To {And I’d LOVE to be a guest on}

Four years ago I made a post about podcasts that I love and I would be so crazy excited to be a guest on. FOUR YEARS ago. I feel like podcasting has gotten even bigger since then. I’ve started two podcasts and dabbled in it as well, and am getting ready to launch another one. It’s a medium that I absolutely love and can get behind. It’s so great for staying up to date on things, learning things and just being entertained. And while True Crime might be a lot of people’s favorite type of podcast there’s a ton out there.

Here are some new favorites and make sure to check out the old list These Are Their Stories! For all my True Crime fans here is my old list of These Are Their Stories.

  1. These Are Their Stories – This is one of the newest podcasts I discovered randomly scrolling through the lists. Its an entire podcast dedicated to the Law and Order series (original, CI and SVU). Since I was born and raised on Law and Order and wish every darn day that the original series would come back…..and have ridiculously strong opinions. The commentary is funny, and everyone on the show takes it as seriously as I do.
  2. Red Handed – These cheeky ladies hail from across the pond and I absolutely love it. Part commentary, part true crime. they do decent research and it hasn’t transcended into some weird stand up routine as some true crime podcasts do. They do a lot of foreign crimes that I don’t know so it makes it even neater. I’d love to chat it up with these ladies. I have a Criminal Psychology Degree….maybe I can be an American guest on their Stateside tour?! Come on ladies!!! Come to DC!!
  3. Crime Junkie – Essentially what everyone who loves true crime podcasts wishes they would have thought of first. Similar to Red Handed, the stories are well-researched discussions from a true “crime nerds”. I love the length of these episodes. They aren’t too long and aren’t prioritizing comedy at facts expense. The ladies are witty and have good conversation. It’s just a really good podcast.
  4. Hot Marriage, Cool Parents – I’m a recent fan of this show and of the show’s hosts. Jamie and her husband met on Married at First Sight. This crazy thing, that God used for so much good is the backdrop of their pretty amazing story. I would love to chat it up with these guys. It’s just a most of the time funny, sometimes serious, take on life, parenting, and marriage.
  5. What Should I Read Next – This should be on the podcast list of every book nerd. I wasn’t sure what exactly to expect when I started listening. Would it be just another review podcast? Not really. It’s so much more. Guests, and host Anne, talk about why they read, what they look for in a book and {Like me} how connected and affected they are when they read. It’s such a fun show to throw in the mix, especially if you are an avid reader. Sometimes it’s easy to simply fall back on what’s comfortable, but listening to a podcast like this you’re able to get ideas from people with different tastes than yours.
  6. PS I Hate This Movie – Perhaps the greatest podcast idea ever, PS I Hate This Movie addresses the very real feeling of loving to love {and hate} romantic comedies. With their most of the time absurd plot lines they still make us feel good. A hilarious look at some of our favorite romantic comedies.
  7. We Hate Movies – This particular podcast doesn’t reserve its “hate” for easy targets like rom coms, but for all movies. Comedy podcast at its finest. Movies so terrible we love them….and also movies we just plain hate….but in the most loving way. It’s all the conversation you would have with your friends and its amazing.
  8. Crime in Sports – combining two of my favorite things – Sports and True Crime. I mean, what more could a girl want? Crime with a sports twist? I’m in!!! Hosted by two comedians…so you know its more comedy than crime, but in the best way.
  9. Sports? with Katie Nolan – I love love LOVE Katie Nolan. Being a female in the sports world, still in 2020, sucks! If not only because there still just not a lot of them. What could girls possibly be contributing to the conversation? Not only does Katie contribute to the conversation she does so extremely well, eloquently and frankly, gosh darn hilarious! IF you love sports add this podcast to your list.
  10. There are so many Doctor Who podcasts….like a lot. I even have one called Two Nerdy Girls (you can find us on iTunes). Some of my favorites that I would love to be on include Debating Doctor Who, Doctor Who: Gallifrey Public Radio and Bad Wolf Radio (There’s literally so many more! And they are all pretty darn good!).

There are so many podcasts I love to listen to, but not that many make the list (comparatively) of ones that I’d like to be on. No matter what the topic is, you can’t make a good host out of thin air. I’d love to hear some of your favorites. Comment below or join the conversation on social media. Follow me at @RheChristine on Twitter and Instagram and @cammostylelove on Facebook.

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Common Sense and Sweet Tea, Episode 12

Hi ya’ll! I’m so excited to have another episode of the podcast for you. Please check it out on Itunes and google play, subscribe and leave a review (pretty please with a cherry on top!!}

Today I’m talking with my friend Sonya, mom, blogger, Christian, powerful woman all about all of those things. While we barely scratch the surface of this topic (one I hope to visit again soon) I hope it starts some conversation and at least get you thinking. Check out Sonya on her blog and on Instagram. You can also follow along with her writings over on Coffee and Crumbs.

 

Recommendations from Me: True Crime Addict – James Renner

Trouble Maker – by Leah Remini

Brides of Bliss Series by Jamie Ferrell (look for the links on my sidebar)

VEEP on Amazon Prime (HBO)

Recommendations from Sonya: British Baking Show on Netflix

The Bright Hour – Nina Riggs

Sacred Rhythms 

Madeline E’Ngle – Walking on Water

My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You I’m Sorry by Fredrick Backman

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Common Sense and Sweet Tea: Episode 11

Common Sense and Marrying Young

 

I’m so excited to be officially kicking off the podcast again. I truly love doing it. It provides such an amazing opportunity to have real, authentic conversations with people. You just can’t get that type of conversation in a blog post sometimes. On this episode I am joined by Jena, a young married mommy of almost 2. Jena is a fashion and beauty blogger with about a million and one side-hustles, as most moms do. Join us as we talk about getting married young, having kids young and all that entails. I’m excited to that the podcast is back and that Jena is helping me kick it off! I’d love for you to listen to the other episodes as well. Subscribe on itunes, google play, or listen below. I’d love for you to leave a review!

 

show notes

 Rheanna Recommendations –

Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara

Cammo Style Love blog 2018 Favorite Things

New Girl on Netflix

Cults Podcast

Heaven’s Gate Podcast

Atlanta Monster

Get Hulu so you can watch 90s TGIF!!!

When Calls the Heart by Jeanette Oake

Jena’s Recommendations –

Instagram – @jenamorgan

Sweet Tea and Style blog

Maskara Beauty – just check it out guys!

Jena’s Sweet Tea and Style Blog Group! – go join and tell her I sent you

Tarte Lights Camera Flashes Mascara Found it for 16.99 on Amazon guys!

Tarte Shapetape Concealer

Juvalips – lip plumper

Not Your Mother’s Dry Shampoo Clean Freak

Not Your Mother’s Dry Shampoo Texturizing

Not Your Mother’s Dry Shampoo Thickening

S Town Podcast

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