Five Podcasts For Your Summer Stroll To The Dispensary

Quick, don’t look now, but it’s fall! We’re less than 20 days (okay, maybe 10) from incessant rain and cold. And while those weather patterns mean different things to different people, they definitely mean one thing to everyone: no walking in the sunshine. So, let’s take advantage now! Let’s plan some long walks — to our favorite dispensaries! And what’s perfect for a walk? That’s right, a podcast. So, for your next stroll in the sun, here are our favorite podcasts to put pep in your step on your way to the shop.

The Rewatchables: Brought to you by the media mogul, Bill Simmons, and his Ringer Network, this loose, laugh-out-loud show scientifically dissects classic movies from Jaws to Clueless to White Men Can’t Jump and Jerry Maguire. Using categories like “Who Won the Movie” or “Career Apex,” a rotating cast of pop culture admirers delve into what really matters: the best popcorn movies from past and present.

Fresh Air: Thought by many to be the world’s best interviewer, Fresh Air’s Terry Gross asks the world’s most influential people about how they got where they got or how they made what they made. Gross, who began hosting the NPR show in 1975, has talked with Presidents, athletes, authors, artists and everything else in between. Head back to the archives or hear the latest from your favorite folks.

PTI: People who don’t like sports might have to move on from this particular suggestion, but PTI is an intelligent, elevated TV show-turned podcast that discusses the day’s sports news. Using humor, a bit of wisdom and decades of friendship, the show’s hosts, Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon, longtime friends co-workers at The Washington Post and ESPN, have a lot to say about the wide world of sports.

The Fabulous Peltoncast: This weekly Seattle-centric show talks about local sports, fast food restaurants, beer, music festivals and other nerdy bits of pop culture. If you want to hear about the origins of Taco Time, this is your show. If you have memories about the Seattle Super Sonics and want to commiserate with like-minded folks, this is your show.

Making Oprah: Brought to you by WBEZ Chicago, this show, hosted by Jennifer White, delves into how Oprah became OPRAH. This three-part series, which includes interviews with the Queen of TV herself, goes from the host’s origins to her final show. Listen to insights from former co-workers and get your Winfrey fix. And, if you love it, check out the sequel, Making Obama.

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Jacob Uitti

Jacob Uitti

Jake Uitti is a Seattle-based writer, Tarukino marketer, and Uber Eats aficionado. He thinks life is best with a hot (delivered) meal, a catchy song and a cold bottle of Happy Apple to split with a friend. Follow him at

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