1. The Bible with David Lynch:
Acclaimed auteur David Lynch (Twin Peaks, Wild at Heart, Dead Mouse with Ants) reads the King James Bible “from cover to cover,” never altering the pitch, pace or timbre of his voice in the slightest. What results is a strange, unsettling, and occasionally hilarious journey into the heart of madness. Recommendation: never listen with the lights off.
2. Comedy Fartstorm:
Hosted by Bob Saget, Comedy Fartstorm features a parade of both famous and obscure comedians like Brendan Schaub, Sarah Silverman, and Bob Newhart making fart sounds with their mouths before laughing uproariously. Because this podcast features no spoken words, it is up to the audience to determine what comedian makes which fart sound. Some of the farts might even be real, no one has any idea.
3. Silly Sound Playhouse with Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman uses the uncanny gravitas of his speaking voice to introduce very silly sound clips. Episodes are very short (15-20 minutes) and include sounds such as “Tiny tennis ball squeaky toy with multiple rapid squeezes,” and “Silly kids’ voice saying ‘Yipee!’” After each sound, Freeman gives a brief appraisal, usually limited to one word, like “fascinating.”
4. Gary Busey Fights Monsters
Famously unhinged actor Gary Busey regales you with stories of the victories he’s had battling legendary beasts like Centaurs and Leprechaun armies during his life. In one of the podcasts most famous episodes, he tells the story of how he faced down Medusa while he was on the set of “The Magnificent Seven Ride!” The stories are often harrowing, action-packed, and dubious.
5. The Podcast Podcast Podcast:
Hosts Terry Grintest and Amanda Bullifer discuss the ins and outs of making podcasts about podcasts. The hosts discuss what podcast podcast creators get right, what they get wrong, and which are the best podcast podcasts every week. The hosts maintain a running count of how many times the word podcast is used each episode, and when the number goes over 100, they each eat ice cream sandwiches.