In the last couple of years podcasts have displaced music as my audio of choice while I'm driving or walking. There are a few I'm obsessed with and a few I dip in and out of, but with the amount of them out there I bet theres some good ones I'm missing out on. Here's my recommendations, what do you guys listen to? Any good themepark based ones that aren't too dry or earnest, or 12 year olds guessing where Chessington are building a hyper coaster? The Adam Buxton Podcast I know I'm not breaking news to anyone recommending pretty much the biggest UK podcast, but I can't say how much I utterly adore listening to Buckles. It's like a big audio hug, hitting a delicate balance between comedy, sincerity, and being informative absolutely perfectly. And the little audio inserts are incredible, even better with added Cyriak Grounded with Louis Theroux No surprises that such a skilled documentary maker makes for an excellent interviewer, but even so its adtounding how relaxed and candid he manages to get his guests to be. If you are going to listen to one episode make it Sia. Emotional stuff. Richard Herrings Leicester Square Theatre Podcast For new listeners the volume of in jokes and deliberate self indulgence from Herring might make it hard to get into, but it's worth it. Excellent comedy guests, consistently hilarious. Off Menu James Acaster can do no wrong in my eyes. The format of guests picking their ideal meal might already be starting to feel a bit tiered and repetitive on weaker guest weeks, but the slower ones are worth it find the gems.