Local Podcasters and Podcasts

Check out podcasts from local podcasters! Check in when you are looking for something new to listen to and learn about as we add new podcasts all the time. 

American Poetry Review - Founded in 1972, The American Poetry Review is dedicated to reaching a worldwide audience with a diverse array of the best contemporary poetry and literary criticism. Their bi-weekly podcast features guest interviews and lots of poetry talk from APR editor Elizabeth Scanlon, along with co-hosts Thalia Geiger and Steven Kleinman.

The Behavioral Corner - The Behavioral Corner “where healing happens,” is a podcast dedicated to informing and educating the community by utilizing the widest range of topics, expert guests, latest news, and research spanning the field of behavioral health. Hosted by Steve Martorano.

Being An Artist with Tom Judd - Tom Judd explores the nature of what it means to be an artist, and what drives the lifelong commitment.

book.record.beer - book.record.beer strives to offer listeners a unique experience by combining three of the finest things on Earth—literature, music, and beer—into a cohesive, thematic whole, while having terrific amounts of fun in the process. Along the way they record live covers of featured songs from the albums discussed to add some extra flavor to the proceedings.

Chef Radio Podcast - Eli Kulp is the James Beard-acclaimed chef behind Fork, High Street Hospitality and more, and since his teens, he’s been obsessed with the how, why, and where of food. On his new podcast, he reveals that he’s also a deeply engaging interviewer, with guests like Mike Solomonov, Jen Carroll, and Nick Elmi. 

The Demystifying Diversity Podcast - Biracial journalist Daralyse Lyons has interviewed more than 100 people – academics, politicians, thought-leaders, advocates, activists, and even an incarcerated inmate – for an in-depth exploration of a wide range of topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Film Fam: Inspired by True Events - Chestnut Hill residents Zoe, Brian, and Heather Gray discuss the true events that you never knew inspired popular movies. Hear the harrowing tales of real life shark attacks, opium fueled weekends, and mean teens, plus interviews with "experts" to learn more true stories. The Grays bring humor, their family dynamics, and love of films to each weekly episode.

Found in Philadelphia - Philadelphia is a treasure trove of stories. Many of these stories are hidden in plain sight. We walk by them everyday and don’t see them. Other stories we think we know, but we don’t look close enough to see the details. The Found in Philadelphia podcast aims to bring these stories into focus, to introduce you to the places and people of Philadelphia, and to help you see the city with new eyes.

Live from Radio Kismet - Live and in the studio from our pop-up event space in Philadelphia, LIVE FROM RADIOKISMET captures RADIOKISMET’s creator, Christopher Plant, in conversation with artists, entrepreneurs, and thinkers. Expect a great mix of thought-provoking talks that are lively as they are instructive.

May I Recommend Podcast - On May I Recommend, booksellers Linda Gallant and Claire Moncla fire off recommendations about what you should be reading right now, talk about books we love, and discuss literary culture from the perspective of our deeply nerdy perch behind the register. A joint project of RADIOKISMET and The Head & The Hand Books.

The (Not So) Hidden Agenda on G-Town radio - The (Not So) Hidden Agenda is a weekly radio show featured on G-town Radio, based out of the Germantown neighborhood in Philadelphia. The show's host, Dr. Stephanie Heck, interviews creative people in the Philadelphia community to hear about their projects and their personal journeys. Her aim is to uncover the story behind the art! 

Philebrity - What is the Philadelphia condition? That's what host/writer/musician Joey Sweeney has been trying to find out for years now, and the primary subject of his blog, Philebrity. Philebrity is Philly’s longest-running independent cityblog, offering commentary and arts and culture coverage in a media landscape where we need it now more than ever. On this weekly podcast, Joey Sweeney and Sarah Bryson Banh talk about what makes this city, and our relationship with it.

Rhythm and Business Podcast  - For the guys at Brewerytown Beats, unearthing lost and forgotten records from the great eras of soul and jazz isn’t just a hobby — it’s a calling. And finding out the stories behind them is where crate-digging meets detective work.

Running Times w/ Gagz - Gagz is a Ultra marathoner. Gagz ran the perimeter of Philadelphia in a day. It was 76 miles and took just over 16 hours. This is his podcast with Kismet

The Spring Arts Podcast - In an age of quick and expendable, what if you were to start with history and repurpose what we already have. What if you were to use the forgotten spaces around you, and use them as a catalyst of creativity. This is The Spring Arts, with Craig Grossman and that’s our mission.

Woodmere Art Musem - Diving Board - Hosted by Woodmere Art Museum's Director and CEO, Bill Valerio and Stephanie Marudas of Kouvenda Media, Diving Board is a new show about artists, the art they create, and diving into a wide range of social and cultural ideas.