So we've got some news that we are immensely proud of!
It's the 3rd annual #Reviews4Good and this year Alitu is matching donations for reviews and replies left on ALL podcasts during April 2022!
All you need to do to participate is:
🇺🇦 Head over to Podchaser
🇺🇦 Find the podcast you want to review
🇺🇦 Click 'Add a Review' then a modal will walk you through the process
🇺🇦 Submit your review
🇺🇦 And that's it! You've done your part 🎉
World Central Kitchen is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. We build resilient food systems with locally led solutions.
World Central Kitchen started with a simple idea at home: when people are hungry, send in cooks. Not tomorrow, today.
Working at a 24-hour pedestrian border crossing in southern Poland, WCK began serving hot, nourishing meals within hours of the initial invasion, and we are now serving round-the-clock dishes at eight border crossings across the country. Additionally, we are supporting local restaurants preparing meals in 12 Ukrainian cities including in Odessa, Lviv, and Kyiv. WCK teams are also on the ground serving thousands of meals every day in Romania, Moldova, and Hungary.
As the situation continues to evolve, WCK will continue to help in the best way we know how, with a freshly prepared plate of food—and we're ready to expand our support for families in need.
"I really like 'Fall of Civilizations Podcast'. It looks at the rise, success and fall of ancient civilisations. How we came to find these civilisations and goes really in depth into how they eventually fell. Very interesting to learn about the history of civilisations you never even knew about and it’s very well produced."
"I really like We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle. I started listening at the beginning of the pandemic because I loved Glennon’s books and wanted the right-now encouragement she offers. I love how she shows all her warts and finds magic in small, simple things."
"One of my 'must listen' shows is Startups for the Rest of Us with Rob Walling. Learned more from this show than any other, I reckon, and Rob's always down to earth, honest and funny with it. He brings on some great quality guests and always digs into the detail of how they got to where they are."
"Neutrinowatch is a "generative semi-fictional podcast." It uses dynamic content insertion to adapt each episode in the series, daily, so that each episode is never the same twice. The dynamic content insertion is seamless, so you can't tell which parts have been changed until you're emotionally invested. The show asks questions about the nature of the universe and how we perceive it. It's a deep-thinking podcast with immersive sound and innovative publishing."
"Recently I’ve spent a lot of time listening to Dan Carlin - Hardcore History. The episodes can be 3-4 hours long, and he brings history to life in a way that’s very captivating. It’s a unique podcast and I highly recommend!"
"I got into this podcast before it was a podcast, back in 2006. It was a radio show back then and still is every Thursday. They cover everything and anything, from late poets to the birth of the solar system and even the concept of “self”. Very enlightening and a good podcast to just stick on when doing the dishes or housework."
"The Golden House is an audio fiction puzzle podcast. On its surface, it appears to be the branded promotion podcast for a scientific think tank in a secluded historic mansion and grounds. When you find the clues in the text, and solve the puzzles, it leads you to another website where you can hear a secret podcast about what this secret cult doesn't want you to know. It's exciting, engaging, and the audience participation makes you want to share it."
"The Diary of a CEO is a pretty fun way to listen to one successful person interview another successful person about the trials and tribulations of becoming 'successful'. Steven Bartlett, the host, is a really nice guy. Really honest, and most importantly asks sometimes tough questions to answer. It's a great pod to listen to while commuting!"
"Morning cup of murder is a super interesting daily podcast. The episodes are pretty short so perfect for your journey to work in the morning. Korina talks about true crime stories from all over the world across all time periods AND there's hundreds of episodes so plenty to keep you going."