NSM’s Fascinating Podcasts You Don’t Want to Miss

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As podcasts continue to grow in popularity (in 2020, an estimated 100 million people listened to a podcast each month!), we wanted to know — what are our NSM colleagues listening to and enjoying?

In honor of International Podcast Day on September 30th, we asked our employees across the U.S. and U.K. to share their top podcast recommendations with us — and they certainly delivered!

Whether you’re looking to explore topics like business and insurance, channel your inner detective with true crime or have some laughs with a comedy special, this list below has something for everyone. Anytime is the perfect time to hit play on a new episode and start exploring and learning.

Enjoy this list of the top 50 podcast recommendations from our NSM team!

  1. Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
  2. WorkLife with Adam Grant
  3. Code Switch
  4. Past Gas
  5. Crime Junkie
  6. Masters of Scale
  7. The Constant: A History of Getting Things Wrong
  8. This Ends at Prom
  9. How I Built This
  10. Stuff You Should Know 
  11. Hey Riddle Riddle
  12. Fall of Civilizations
  13. Revisionist History
  14. IN the Know by the CPCU Society
  15. The Way I Heard It
  16. Nuremberg
  17. Comedy Bang! Bang!
  18. Tim Ferris Show
  19. Questlove Supreme
  20. True Crime All the Time
  21. Be There in Five
  22. Mike Birbiglia’s Working It Out
  23. Levar Burton Reads
  24. Hysterical History
  25. Criminal
  26. With Gourley and Rust
  27. Last Podcast on the Left
  28. Dr. Death
  29. Ologies
  30. The Daily
  31. Lore
  32. Radiolab
  33. Wine & Crime
  34. Generation Why
  35. Sword & Scale
  36. Expanding Mind
  37. Forensic Files
  38. Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me
  39. Ear Hustle
  40. Dateline
  41. The Mid•Point with Gabby Logan
  42. Renewing Your Mind with R.C. Sproul
  43. Happy Place by Fearne Cotton
  44. Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend
  45. Rough Translation
  46. Casefile True Crime
  47. LuAnna
  48. Reply All
  49. Freakonomics
  50. Something Was Wrong