Society And Culture Podcasts

FreeSaidThat show

FreeSaidThatJoin Now to Follow

I am Gerard Freeman but everyone calls me Free. This podcast is about me being my unfiltered self talking sh** about many different interesting topics in society ranging from trending topics, sex, dating, the black community and many other dope topics. There's music, interviews, and movie references that'll bring out the content even more. I hope you all enjoy each and every episode. Feel free to follow me on Twitter: @FreeSaidThat and FB Podcast Page: FreeSaidThat. Let me know what you think of the episodes, if you have a different opinion feel free to address it, and donate at to help improve the podcast. Contact info:

By Gerard Freeman

Something's Not Right show

Something's Not RightJoin Now to Follow

Take a seat with Thashana and Olivia for Something's Not Right, the podcast where we explore true crime and all things creepy or unpleasant, with special focus on incidents in Tennessee.

By Something's Not Right

Nerdonomy: Nerds on History show

Nerdonomy: Nerds on HistoryJoin Now to Follow

History is full amazing stories. Join hosts Bryan Moriarty, Eric Bricmont, and Sarah Ashley as they explore the most inspirational, terrifying and hilarious events in history. Everything from the creation of the universe to the invention of Cheese in a Can and everything in between. Learn something new weekly by subscribing to the Nerd’s on History podcast.

By Bryan Moriarty, Eric Bricmont & Sarah Ashley

Southern Songs and Stories Music Interviews, Performances and Culture show

Southern Songs and Stories Music Interviews, Performances and CultureJoin Now to Follow

Southern Songs and Stories is a documentary series about the music of the South and the artists who make it. We showcase their performances and discover the stories behind their songs with a look at their lives on stage, in the studio and at home as well as the family, friends, fans and music professionals around them.

By Joe Kendrick

On Purpose podcast show

On Purpose podcastJoin Now to Follow

Bank Australia brings you a series of conversations about the ways you can create a positive impact for the community and the planet. You will hear real stories from people who are at the frontline of social change and see how individuals and businesses can work collaboratively towards common goals.

By Bank Australia podcast: real stories that impact social change

Equitable Opportunity Radio – weekly conversations with visionary leaders who are building a more inclusive economy show

Equitable Opportunity Radio – weekly conversations with visionary leaders who are building a more inclusive economyJoin Now to Follow

Equitable Opportunity Radio is a weekly podcast produced by Skeo Alliance and hosted by Mike Hancox and his co-hosts Vernice Miller-Travis of Skeo Solutions and Carl Schneebeck of the Presidio Graduate School. Each week they interview visionary leaders, savvy businesses (from international brands like Starbucks to small local businesses like Bar Marco), and forward thinking individuals who are working to build a more just, sustainable, and prosperous future by building a more inclusive economy that values work and seeks meaningful employment for everyone. You will discover new leading edge strategies for lifting up workers and building great 21st century businesses, along with cutting edge strategies for revitalizing under resourced communities and empowering excluded populations. Prosperity and sustainability are not possible without an inclusive economy. An inclusive economy is not possible without innovation, economic growth, socially responsible business people, and engaged citizens. And you, as a consumer, play a pivotal role in creating an inclusive economy.

By Mike Hancox CEO of Skeo Solutions | Sustainability | Local Wealth | Thriving Workers | Food Security | Food Waste | Local Food | Food Deserts | Presidio Graduate School

She Can Make show

She Can MakeJoin Now to Follow

Kate and Lindsey co-host a Canadian knitting and crafting podcast featuring regular segments such as "From the workroom", "Alterations", and "Live from the Skills Lab"

By She Can Make with Kate & Lindsey

About Buildings + Cities | Architecture, History and Culture show

About Buildings + Cities | Architecture, History and CultureJoin Now to Follow

A podcast about architecture, buildings and cities, from the distant past to the present day. Plus detours into technology, film, fiction, comics, drawings, and the dimly imagined future. With Luke Jones and George Gingell.

By Luke Jones & George Gingell

The Fall Line: a true-crime serial show

The Fall Line: a true-crime serialJoin Now to Follow

The Fall Line Podcast is a true crime audio serial focusing on marginalized communities in Georgia. The first season investigates the March 18, 1990 disappearance of Augusta, GA twins Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook. The twins, who were fifteen at the time, were treated without cause as runaways and their case was closed less than a week after their seventeenth birthday. Their family worked tirelessly to get the case reopened, and finally managed to attract the notice of a newly elected sheriff in 2013. Now, the podcast works to amplify the voices of the twins' family and to uncover facts, explore and dispel rumors, and develop theories in their case. Listen as we work to find Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook. Season one of this audio-doc series doesn't "get straight to the point' because this is a story about what is missing, not what has been found. Season 1 mastering and mixing by Tom Young of Funk Bungalow Season 1 episode theme music courtesy Valentin Sosnitskiy CC by 1.0

By The Fall Line

Your Utah show

Your UtahJoin Now to Follow

Utah is a vibrant state with endless things to do. Your Utah is here with new fun ideas each episode. Hosts Taylor Powers and Ethan Millard tee up a mix of original date ideas, family activities, must see shows and events plus tips on how to get the best out of Utah. Listen to Your Utah and the next time someone asks you what you did over the weekend, you'll have a great story to tell.

By Taylor Powers and Ethan Millard