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    What Podcasts Are You Listening To?

    I figured I would start a podcast version of the "Currently Reading" or "What Are You Listening to at the Moment?" threads. I think we should treat this thread as a place to share Podcast recommendations, for any topic. Sharing RSS feeds or links on how to find them to interesting podcasts would also be a good idea, especially as these tend to go down and find new homes with the censorship and all.

    I have the following podcasts I listen to:

    TDS (formerly "The Daily Shoah") - RSS
    A kind of lower brow take on current events by TRS (The Right Stuff) hosts "Sven", Mike Enoch and Alex McNabb. I find it interesting for keeping up to date on current anti-White events going on in the United States. Mike Enoch usually has some interesting takes on these events, also. There are 3 shows per week (Mon/Wed/Fri), the last of which is behind a paywall.

    FTN (formerly "Fash the Nation") - RSS
    A well done show on the TRS network with thorough coverage and Alt-Right takes on current political events. Usually released on Sundays. There is a Wednesday show behind a paywall. Since Trump went completely Zionist early on in his term, I haven't really had the interest to listen to this show. It used to be able to cover small things like Jeff Sessions' positive impact on the immigration system as AG, but I find it mostly depressing to listen to now.

    The Europa Report - RSS
    Another TRS network show. Used to be a segment on FTN covering current events in Europe, with research performed by TRS regular "Jayoh de la Rey". They since decided to spin it off onto its own show to better cover current events. Probably more interesting for European members.

    The Third Rail - RSS
    Essentially in the format of TDS, and also on the TRS network, it is another Alt-Right discussion podcast hosted by "Borzoi", "Spectre" and "Myles" with some rotating regulars. It has their takes on current events. I think Borzoi is the most interesting one on the podcast.

    The Poz Button - RSS
    Another TRS network podcast - Borzoi's Alt-Right movie review podcast with a rotating cast of guests. I usually listen to it when they discuss a movie I'm interested in, like Bladerunner, the Matrix, and the episode on Pulp Fiction was interesting.

    You can find more podcasts on the TRS webpage with the relevant RSS links. I don't follow any more regularly, though.

    Alt-Right.com - RSS / YT / Bitchute
    This is Richard Spencer's podcast. Recently it has included a cast called the "McSpencer Group" which besides Richard has lately included Edward Dutton, Keith Woods and Laura Towler. Usually some interesting discussion of current events, more high-brow than TDS. Some episodes don't get uploaded as podcasts and remain on YouTube / Bitchute.

    Culture Wars Podcast
    This is E. Michael Jones podcast, covering a multitude of topics, including politics, current events etc, from a Catholic perspective. For those who don't know about Jones, he's a strong Catholic who is deeply critical of Jewish influence. He's not a racialist, but his takes are generally pretty interesting to me. He has a range of interesting discussions on his podcast.

    Freedomain Radio with Stefan Molyneux
    This is Stefan Molyneux's podcast. Usually pretty interesting for coverage of current events, and a weird anarcho-capitalist take on philosophical matters. Stefan has moved further and further to the right in recent years, and is usually a good source for very well researched podcasts with ample citations on issues relating to race, crime, immigration, etc.

    Hardcore History by Dan Carlin
    I find these podcasts pretty good historical ones for being able to tap into your imagination and immerse you in historical events. I enjoyed his series on WWI, and the Achaemenid Persian Empire quite a bit for that reason. He's not a definitely not racialist and I don't even think he's conservative, so there is a bit of modern race denying bias in his podcasts when such topics come up. Still very interesting.

    Fall of Civilizations Podcast - RSS
    This one is a newer podcast that specifically follows the rise and fall of a civilization, empire or country. They are usually pretty thorough and presented in a narrative fashion. The sound effects provided make them sound quite professional. As above, some modern bias comes into these, but they are nonetheless interesting. There is one on Viking Greenland that is interesting, along with Roman Britain.

    History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps - RSS
    This one has relatively short introductory podcasts to various philosophers or philosophical ideas/movements from the beginning of the historical record to present day. Look past the ones on Frederick Douglass, and you'll find many going back to Pythagoras, etc, that are quite useful as introductions to these people and their ideas.

    History Time - RSS / YT
    Just a generally good podcast covering a myriad of historical events.

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    I mostly listen to the stuff coming out of The Right Stuff. 'Daily Shoah', 'Third Rail', some times the 'Paranormies' whenever the subject isn't too whacky, and 'Strike & Mike'. My favorite podcast on there used to be 'Intersectional Alt-Right', but they've been discontinued since about two years now. Some of their shows are still up, though. And their subjects are mostly quite timeless, so they still keep relevant for today.

    There's also a bunch of Swedish alt-right-y podcasts which are pretty good, with 'Vita Pillret' being the flagship, some times having English speaking guests on (like Mike Enoch and Jared Taylor). The guys from Nordic Resistance Movement also have a handful of podcasts, some of the being mainly in English, but I haven't kept up with it for a good while. Oddly enough, I don't know of a single Norwegian or Danish podcast with their feet planted in the nationalist/alt-right movement.

    I've also begun listening to Survive the Jive's podcast lately. I suppose it's mostly just audio files of the Youtube-videos he makes, but still well worth a listen for anyone interested in Paganism and European history.
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    The STJ one is pretty good but I've only listened to a couple of episodes. I prefer it when they're properly formatted for podcasting, but better than nothing.

    I have also on my list to listen to The History of Vikings Podcast, but haven't done so yet. Judging by the episode titles, there seem to be some well educated guests on that show. I also have The History of the Papacy Podcast, of which I've listened to a couple of episodes. It's a little dry at times, but it covers a vast period of early - middle European history in good detail, with some high quality guests also.

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