It's snack time, here at Castology... podsnack time that is. These are the podcasts you listen to when you just want a lil something something, but you have no time to invest. Liz recommends the aptly named Little Tiny, Zane gets cooking with Food in Five, and Nick has managed to find a narrative podcast that's teeny tiny as well in 2298. Then it's review time!
Liz Recommends - Little Tiny
A coin, a key, a doughnut: how have these small things changed the course of history?
Spend some time exploring world history via the small things that have shaped it. Each episode details a story in history, taking you from a tiny moment of change through to its mammoth consequences, all in the space of a coffee break. Hosted by Kara Schlegl.
Kara Eva Schlegl is a writer, producer and story-teller from Sydney, Australia.
Episodes include how a dinner party led to the invention of the pill, how one person getting fired may have led to the Titanic sinking, or how pigeon poop brought about a Nobel Prize winning theory.
For both: Pick topics that take your fancy. I particularly liked the one on The Pill. Listen to a few pod snacks for a full meal.
Nick Recommends - 2298
The Network makes sure Profiles eat right & stay focused — but Profile 24 — thanks to a mysterious bird — is finding that difficult.
Zane Recommends - Food in Five
You want a pod snack!? Zane has a podsnack for you; Food in Five. If you love to cook or if you are interested in cooking this is the podcast you're looking for! Chef Ben Kelly shares recipes, food history, stories, everything you could want and more all in a neat 3-10 minute package. It releases in 5-10 Minute Episodes 3 Days A Week
For both: Pick a few topics or recipes that appeal to you!
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