Commuting is often referred to as dead time, but listening to an engaging podcast can make it a much more enjoyable experience.
Here are our picks for podcasts to kill those commuter blues.
If you're having a bad day, it’s comforting to know that someone, somewhere is having a worse day than you.
This unique podcast is made up of people reading out embarrasing stories from their own childhood diaries, in front of an audience of strangers.
Named in iTunes’ ‘Best Podcasts of 2015’, Mortfied is laugh-out-loud funny.
The Guardian’s Football Weekly is the perfect fix for commuters passionate about the beautiful game.
James Richardson and the ‘pod squad’ discuss the weekend’s football action, alongside the latest news and transfer gossip.
If cricket is more up your street, then try Simon Hughes’ new podcast The Analyst – Inside Cricket
BBC World Service: The Inquiry
Taking one news story a week, The Inquiry goes into in-depth analysis about a certain topic, starting with the basics.
If you’re looking to learn more about the world, then The Inquiry is a great place to start.
Back to Work
For commuters looking to give their career a boost, Dan Benjamin and Merlin Mann’s Back to Work is a laid-back guide to succeeding in the workplace.
This award-winning podcast provides tips on developing important business skills, such as communication, confidence and computing.
But it’s not just all work and no play - Dan and Merlin also talk about the latest movie and technology news.
The Comedian’s Comedian
The Comedian’s Comedian, hosted by Stuart Goldsmith, is a hilarious insight into life as a stand-up comedian.
Stuart talks to fellow comedians about their best and worst stand-up routines and the unusual things which happen on tour.
There’s nearly 200 episodes, so for comedy lovers there’s plenty to sink your teeth into.
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