Tag Archives: podcasts

Here’s Stuff You Should Know, Winners for this Week!

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Ever wonder how sleepwalking works? What about how ventriloquists can use puppets without moving their mouths? Both topics about stuff you should know. At least that’s what Josh and Chuck of the Stuff You Should Know podcast think.

For our podcast of the week, we’re featuring Stuff You Should Know, a podcast that aims to educate listeners about common things in life and how they work.

Listen to some of their popular episodes on Bullhorn:

What is Stuff You Should Know about?

On this podcast, Josh Clark and Charles W. Bryant, also known as Chuck, share conversations about a plethora of topics that many people wonder about but won’t often have the time or resources to commit to the research.     Read More...

10 Best Podcasts for Kids in 2019

Podcasts offer children a new way to get educated and learn valuable lessons while staying entertained. Podcasts aren’t just for adults. Many podcasts for kids are specifically tailored for a younger audience, either by telling creative stories or exploring science discoveries

We’ve come up with 10 of the best podcasts for kids around the internet.

Listen on Bullhorn while getting ready for school, on commutes, and getting tucked in before bed.

1. The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

Yearning for adventure? What to meet new and interesting… aliens and robots? The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian is a sci-fi adventure series written and published by Jonathan Messinger, and edited by his young son, Griffin Messinger.    Read More...

Your Tasty Treat for the Week: The Fantastic History of Food

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A History Podcast About the Life of Food

Food is an integral part of any culture. Each food has its own story, influencing cultures and leaving lasting impressions on people all around the world.

For this week’s podcast of the week, we’re featuring the Fantastic History of Food. This history podcast focuses on bringing its listeners unique tales centered on our favorite ingredients and cuisines.

Subscribe to the Fantastic History of Food podcast on Bullhorn.fm.

What We Like About The Fantastic History of Food

This podcast is fresh—no pun intended. There’s no other podcast out there covering history based on food the way the Fantastic History of Food does. This podcast gives listeners unique stories based on past events like the California Egg War of 1863 and what ninjas regularly ate.    Read More...

6 Amazing Minimalist Podcasts for More Mindful Living

What does it mean to be a minimalist? To many, it means living mindfully with less. To others, it could mean living with no excess or waste.

The movement is so widespread, many thought-leaders in minimalism host minimalist podcasts to help people like you take on the challenge of simplifying your life. These minimalist podcasts aim to highlight what it means to practice minimalism as well as encourage listeners to engage in more mindful living.

At Bullhorn.FM, we love podcasters. That’s why we put together this list of six amazing minimalist podcasts for you to enjoy.    Read More...

Why We Adore the Modern Love Podcast

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On this week’s Podcast of the Week: Modern Love

Is it ever too late to reunite with a son put up for adoption? What’s the meaning behind a sentimental tattoo?

For this week, we’re featuring Modern Love as our winner for Podcast of the Week for its interesting, unique stories and well-produced episodes.

Modern Love presents essays read by famous voices first published in the popular New York Times column. These episodes explore experiences revolving around love and feature follow-up interviews directly from the essayists.

Listeners get well-spoken narratives that leave strong, lasting morals and are sure to tug at a few heartstrings.    Read More...

The 10 Best Fantasy Football podcasts in 2019

Football season is fast approaching, and draft day for Fantasy Football fans is on its way. You obviously want to prepare for your league as best you can, and what better way than getting tips from the experts.

Who you should draft depends on the rules of your league – are you playing in a league that’s heavy on passing or running, or are you in a league that rewards players that score the most touchdowns? Fantasy Football podcasts help you make the right acquisitions and decisions to develop a highly competitive team no matter what rules your league manager goes with.    Read More...

We Love The Good News Podcast

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Waking up to breaking news of today can be depressing. Most journalism networks report more often on tragedies and heartbreaking news. Not the Good News podcast.

Colleen and Neil are our winners for Podcast of the Week for their intelligent, refreshing conversations on the better things in the news. The Good News Podcast filters daily news and brings its listeners only reports that make people happy.

Fun, Exciting News with a Delightful Twist

The Good News Podcast delivers current events about the sunnier side of life, highlighting the light-hearted stories that lead to grins and cheerful responses. They introduce their podcast as “your source for good news, fun stories, auditory delight and sonic joy.”    Read More...

13 Best True Crime Podcasts in 2019

Lies, mystery, and murder—true crime podcasts are extremely popular for their revisioning of horrible, real life events and excellent level of production. We love listening to soothing narration paired with information about intriguing social cases that explore the reasons behind the criminal minds.

At Bullhorn.FM, we’ve gathered 13 of what we think are the best true crime podcasts publishing in 2019. Check our list to find your next binge-worthy true crime podcast, and come back when you’re done with that one!    Read More...

22.33 Wins Podcast of the Week

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The world is filled with unique perspectives, wondrous stories and brilliant people from all walks of life. These same individuals mold our lives, shape our characters and help us grow into the people we are today.

On this Podcast of the Week, we’re featuring 22.33, a podcast that shares amazing international stories about different communities, shared experiences and cultural exchange. We get first-person stories from Mexico, South Africa, Syria, Ukraine, India, Kenya, the United States, and other places around the world.    Read More...

7 Reasons Podcast Transcripts Help to Grow Your Audience

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Podcast transcriptions transform your audio content into multi-platform resources, broadening your reach as a creator.

It’s not every day that listeners enjoy podcasts without experiencing interruptions here and there. When distractions come up, users can often lose their place, put down the podcast or just plain miss valuable content.

With podcast transcriptsavailable, users have more ways to keep up with your most important conversations, whether they’re reading or listening to your podcast.    Read More...