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5 Podcasts to Listen on Your Commute

January 16th, 2017

MicrophoneYou may be living in the best apartments in the area, but you do not get to stay there 24 hours a day. At some point, you have to go to work, which means a potentially long and boring drive. But wait – there are plenty of podcasts that you can indulge in if you would rather be entertained than fight road rage. Here are the top five podcasts to listen to on your commute.

NPR – Fresh Air

The seminal pop culture and alternative lifestyle program maintains a standard of being one of the most in-depth interview programs on the radio today. It is consistently one of the most popular shows on National Public Radio. The interviewers score dates with huge celebrities and ask revealing questions that the more mainstream interviewers are definitely scared to touch. You will learn the more human side of your favorite movie star or musician, and you will definitely forget about the horrors of work before you step into your apartment.

Gimlet Media – Reply All

Reply All is a podcast about Internet history, believe it or not. If you have ever wondered about how some of the weird and quirky things that happen on the Internet actually occur, you will love this podcast. Gain a behind-the-scenes look at how memes start and what makes viral videos actually go viral.

Bill Burr – Bill’s Monday Morning Podcast

If you are looking for irreverent and biting humor about the latest in pop culture and politics, Bill Burr is definitely your man. The comic steps on toes and takes no prisoners as he unleashes his uncensored barrage of an opinion on any and all targets. You will laugh and you will think. If you do not have enough funny friends at your happy hour spot, you can take your drink home while listening to the Monday Morning Podcast and have a much better experience for free.

Elizabeth Gilbert – Magic Lessons

If you are an artist who is looking for inspiration while you are working a day job, this is definitely the podcast for you. Elizabeth Gilbert is a master in helping you to work through those cold, uninspired days when you just want to give up.

The New York Times – Still Processing

Writers Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham talk about everything pop-culture with a mainstream bend. However, they are extremely unique within the landscape, and they definitely have the clout from working at the New York Times to get some of the most interesting interviews around.

Once you are off the road, you need only step into Township Apartments to understand exactly why people choose this community. Centrally located and full of luxury amenities, you will consistently look forward to the end of the day. Get your new life started in a top Redwood City apartment by calling us right now.

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