Welp, the title is self-explanatory. Even in era of vloggers and youtubers, there are still many interesting, informative and entertaining "audio-only" podcasts out there - finding good ones, however, can be a somewhat challenging thing to do this days, so let's recommend (and gush about) our favorites for a bit to make the task easier for ourselves and random lurkers HG101: Top 47,858 Games of All Time - made by guys from HardcoreGaming101, a "widely popular in narrow circles" website dedicated mainly to obscure games and hidden gems, the podcast I follow the most these days. A colorful cast of hosts, lots of humor, and a very friendly, laid-back atmosphere, but the most interesting thing about this podcast is the format - they're on a rhetorical mission to create "scientifically accurate" list of, well, top 47858 games of all time, discussing 2-4 user-nominated games in each episode and putting them into list one at a time. Naturally, it results in objective deconstruction and analysis of each game, "classic" or not, and despite joking nature of said "mission", it's actually quite interesting to follow the list, since you can clearly see why every game was put into its respective place (unlike many "top games evah" lists online, most of which are basically "Let's mash some classics in random order and put Mario/Tetris on the top"). It also often results in some heated and curious debates, like "What's more important for the industry, Mario or Doom" or "Is mediocre-but-boring game worse than so-awful-it's-good one". Weebcast - from weebs, for weebs. One big animu party with rotating cast of notable anime reviewers, from Digibro to Super Eyepatch Wolf, as well as many other names that should probably sound familiar to modern anime fans. This one is a bit less focused (it's one of those podcasts that can start with one theme and end with completely opposite one), but again, it's main appeal is strong and charismatic cast of hosts that really know a thing or two about anime both as an industry and form of media.