March Podcast Roundup

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After last month’s unofficial hiatus, I finally got back into podcasts in March. I found out a few of my favourites will be returning soon, including Darkest Night which returns in May. Plus, I’m pairing up with The Plot Demands It to rank all the Bond movies this summer – so check out the info for that below!

Newcomers

I Don’t Get It isn’t especially new, but I recently started listening. Ashley Iaconetti from the Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise talks relationships with her sister Lauren and other Bachelor alums. Recent episodes have featured Jade and Tanner, Carly, Wells, and Jared.

Regularly Scheduled Podcasts

At the beginning of this month, I was on The Plot Demands It reviewing the Oscars, and we decided to start ranking all the James Bond movies. This summer, we’ll be doing episodes for Connery, Moore, Brosnan, Craig, and lastly a compilation with Lazenby, Dalton, and a few top fives. This month, John posted a couple great episodes on Super 8 and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.

One show I’ve been listening to for a while is Honey, a show where real couples are interviewed about their fights. What I’ve felt has been missing for a while is the other perspective. We always get the side of couples that are happily together, but the other side – that of people who have broken up – that’s what I’d love to hear about as well. Especially as the interviewer Julie really didn’t know how to handle the non-couple, it became a really fun and insightful episode.

Homecoming is returning this summer! After their first six episode season ended I was a little heartbroken. I’ve wanted more of this so badly, and earlier this month they released a final aftershow with Catherine Keener who plays Heidi Bergman. She is ready to come back for another season, and they’ll be returning in July! I.am.so.ready.

Catch-up

Before Alice Isn’t Dead starts up again on April 4th, catch up on part one! A truck driver searches across America for the wife she assumed was dead – but isn’t. Introduce yourself to the Thistle Man, a not-so-human serial murderer, towns lost in time and harbouring secrets, and missing women conspiracies.

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