Listen + learn from these 14 Lexington podcasts

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Need some new content for your Monday morning commute? We’ve rounded-up podcasts from Lexington’s creative + talented residents covering a variety of topics, so there’s something anyone can listen to.

Ready to get streaming? Check out the options below to find your next binge-worthy audio show.

Pro tip: While some of these may be linked to Spotify, you can also find many of them on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and other platforms.

Murder Police — If you’re a true crime fan, then this one is for you. Murder Police takes you through the details of various cases, through the eyes of locals who worked the scenes.

More Than Graphics — Danielle Meadows-Stinnett + Cicely Stamper create a safe space for women to encourage + inspire each other.

Bulls, Bears, and Bourbon — Financial advisor James Vermillion brings guests from all over the world and aims to take “stuffy, boring subjects and bring them back to earth.”

Far out

13th Floor — Truly listener generated, 13th Floor talks paranormal topics + conspiracy theories. As host Leo York says, “Keep it strange.”

Dream Lovers — Take a deep dive into dreamland with board certified hypnotherapists Patch + Sara Drury.

People, places, projects

Bluegrass Region Voices & Views — A monthly show hosted by Tom Dailey sharing a wide variety of projects + businesses around central Kentucky.

Lexington Business Show — Hosted by a local branding agency, this podcast highlights the local people and projects we should know about.

Food + bev

Hungry in Kentucky — If you love learning about where to find the best burger in town, this show takes you on a foodie tour around town.

Thrive Kombucha Podcast — Booch fan? Learn all about the process of making kombucha and hear from “The Thrive Guys” behind our local bubbly brand, Thrive.

5 more local podcasts

Friends in the Corner — Unique stories about the people and places in Kentucky.

The Moose Lounge — Two friends talking with individuals who have turned passions into careers.

Soapbox Diaries — A space for honest, real, and authentic conversations + stories of race, resistance, and resolve.

That’s What She Said — Four women exploring their place in the world discussing pop culture, parenting, and everything in between.

Locali — Interested in learning about Italy? Listen to local travel agents share stories + pro tips about traveling abroad.

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