At Attentive, we consume a lot of information via podcasts. Every month, we share seven of your favorite podcasts – if you have cool recommendations, let us know!

Intelligence Squared 

“You feel your brain expanding as you hear it!” Daniel, CEO

Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators.

 

Playing for fun

“Super relaxed conversation between two friends who share a fond of a game. These are the conversations I would love to have with friends about games.” Pedro, Head of Product

Listen to two best friends talk about a video game they love. What makes it so special, and hard to put down? They’re only Playing for Fun — so it’s just the good stuff, none of the bad stuff.

 

Science Vs. 

“Funny, short and incredibly insightful” Daniel and Pedro, Founders

Science Vs takes on fads, trends, and the opinionated mob to find out what’s fact, what’s not, and what’s somewhere in between.

 

Imaginary Worlds

“Geeking out about the fantasy worlds we all love. Going deep on the Whoverse, Star Trek, Dungeons & Dragons and much more. Amazing insights on why we love them and why we suspend our disbelief.” Pedro, Head of Product

Imaginary Worlds is a bi-weekly podcast about sci-fi and other fantasy genres hosted by Eric Molinsky.

 

Shackhouse

“Geoff Shackleford is one of the best voices in the game today and I am a huge fan of his volume of work. He is clearly a bright guy who understands golf architecture and the professional game on a deep level. He is able to bring much of this insight to the Shackhouse podcasts. However, I think that a couple of years in, they could do with having a look at some of its basic feature. Firstly, the advertising is just way too intrusive. One recent broadcast had more than 3 minutes of advertising before getting to the golf discussion. Also, reading out statements about Callaway being the best equipment manufacturers in golf, as if they are the broadcasters’ opinions, just doesn’t ring true (especially since Shackleford said on a State of the Game show that everyone knew Titleist was the best ball in golf!). I also could do without the regular attempts to make me listen to the co-host’s food podcast. Secondly, they should cut back on the golf betting talk – at times it feels like it is just a fantasy golf/betting podcast. Such a waste of Shackleford’s insight.  And thirdly, I think they need to really question the balance of time devoted to Shackleford’s knowledge and House’s ‘average fan’ chat. I really don’t know what the latter brings to the listener. I do still listen but it feels like they are only scratching the surface of what we could get from possibly the strongest voice in the game.” Francisco, Head of Growth

Longtime podcast personality Joe House and veteran golf correspondent Geoff Shackelford break down the biggest golf stories, interview some of the biggest personalities in the game, and even help you allocate some capital.

To be Continuous

“Podcast from two co-founders of different companies. The problems they faced and solutions they found. The main draw for me is the difference of opinions between the hosts which lead to excellent discussions.” Pedro, Head of Product

A show all about continuous delivery and software development.

 

The Minimalists

“I’ve heard about Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus a few years ago and, to be honest, their project – The Minimalists – felt right and interesting to me, but I didn’t pay too much attention to their progress. Recently I’ve found their podcast and I’m hooked. Minimalism has found a way into my life and The Minimalists had a huge influence.” Ana, Copywriter

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus help over 20 million people live meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and documentary.