There's a podcast out there for everyone's liking no matter what your niche is. Atlanta podcasters have done it all and now's the perfect time to support those in your own community who are providing free entertainment for all. These Atlanta-based podcasts might help pass the time while you're social isolating for the next month.
All of these podcasts are available for download through Apple Podcasts for free.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
New Episodes: Daily
Why You Need To Listen: This company has been the center of art and culture in Atlanta since 1972. Hosts will interview Atlanta businesses and locals as they share stories about their hobbies, careers and thoughts on current events and news. You might even find a company or business you didn't even know existed in your own backyard.
The Atlanta Foodcast
New Episode: Daily
Why You Need To Listen: The host invites Atlanta chefs, culinary entrepreneurs and other amazing individuals to chat about their careers and local eateries. You might even get the inside scoop on the best restaurants in the city.
Therapy For Black Girls
New Episode: Wednesdays
Why You Need To Listen: Psychologist Dr. Joy Harden Bradford talks directly to Black women about mental health and personal development, as well as how they can be the best versions of themselves mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
New Episode: Full series available now
Why You Need To Listen: Payne Lindsey, creator of Up and Vanished, has investigated the infamous Atlanta Child Murders that occurred between 1979 and 1981. You'll be taken through all the years and hear what happened through the years.
New Episode: Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays
Why You Need To Listen: This Christian podcast Victory Church in Atlanta is super millennial. Since church services are canceled, you can listen to this Young Adult Ministry every week to get started on the right foot and have some positivity going into the new week.
Atlanta Film Chat
New Episodes: Check weekly
Why You Need To Listen: Since 2014, this podcast has been #1 show on Atlanta's film industry. Authors, actors, producers and directors are interviewed weekly to talk about their newest projects.