Butterflew: I like Crime Junkie for my true crime story podcast. I donate to their patreon channel. They work with crime stoppers of Indiana and do a lot of good work with other non profits that help in finding missing people. They cover murders, kidnappings, serial killers, infamous stories, mysterious deaths, and they post updates when cases they've covered have new evidence, suspects, arrests etc. They put all their sources, references, crime scene photos and recordings etc on their website if you're into that stuff, too.I just listen.It's been unfortunate with the pandemic usually I listen to their pod on my commute. The episodes are anywhere between 30-60 minutes.I've tried listening to other true crime podcasts but I haven't found anything I like as much.
Valacirca: I love me some Big Finish.[bigfinish.com image 600x600]/had you told me years ago the 8th Doctor would be one of my favorites I would have thought you were crazy considering his first appearance
AppleOptionEsc: Because money. Supply and Demand.It would pay more to be a voice actor for audible.That said, before my podcast apps all decided competing against spotify was futile, and the NPR app being a random jumble of crap, I do miss listening to Snap Judgement and Story Corps. I'm sure I could find them now. The NPR One app was hot garbage last spring. The search feature was bugged for 3 months and not queuing things correctly if it wasn't randomly crashing.
cocozilla: As a longtime collector of classic radio shows, the best ones to listen to are gunsmoke ( vastly better than the TV series with superlative performances dark edge the TV series never came near) Orson Welles Mercury theater and the third man, dimension x and x minus1, escape, frontier gentleman, Richard diamond private detective...there are a few others but those are outstanding ones to start with
BafflerMeal: The Magnus ArchivesArchive 81The White VaultVast HorizonsThe BridgeThe Big LoopOld Gods of AppalachiaWelcome to NightvaleTo name a few