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Entertainment Suggestions

This guide is meant to provide entertainment suggestions during COVID-19.


Podcasts are (typically free) audio series that you can listen to live or download and listen to at your convenience. Podcasts are completely portable when you listen to them on your phone, which is how most people listen—while taking a walk or jog, gardening, or just moving around the house. The good news is that tablets and PCs can also play them—with a bit less portability.

If you are not a podcast novice, then you can skip to the lists below and hopefully find something new, informative, and entertaining. If, however, you have not yet dipped a toe into the world of podcasts, you might need a little guidance. Here are two articles for podcast beginners that will get you started:

If you want to explore a different podcast app than that on your phone, here are descriptions of several apps—both free and for a small fee:

And once you are ready to dive in, here are some suggestions:

Podcasts on Race and Anti-Racism

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