The New York Times regularly features podcasts and they’ve just released a list of “8 Podcasts to Help Make Sense of Post-Trump America.” The shows dive deep into echo chambers, polarization, and what to make of our country’s political landscape.
Here’s the list:
Can he Do That? – A Washington Post show that looks at the powers of the presidency.
Unf*cking the Republic – A cynical show with an optimistic heart.
Slate’s Political Gabfest – One of the oldest, and best political roundtable discussions anywhere.
Pantsuit Politics – Hosted by two female friends from opposite sides of the aisle that talk bipartisanship.
Vox’s The Weeds – Hosted by Matthew Yglesias and Dara Lind the show runs twice a week to look at whose pulling our political levers.
The Skepticrat – Three comedians take a salty look at everything they’re skeptical about.
Pod Save America – The classic Trump-era resistance show is still going strong.
Left, Right, & Center – A show that as the title suggests tries to find the right balance for today’s issues.