It happens to the best of us. You're lounging around at home, listening to your favorite tunes, when all of a sudden - boredom strikes. It seems like there's no show, song, book, or craft in the world that can cure your insufferable boredom.
That's why we've gathered up the best, bingeworthy podcasts for you to indulge in while you're trying to find ways to occupy your brain.
From true crime to comedy and everything in between - here are the most bingeable podcasts on the RADIO.COM app:
This podcast from award-winning journalist and best-selling author James Andrew Miller brings you the stories and beginnings behind your favorite programs in television, movies, sports, music, and business.
Wind of Change
Dive into the makings of "Wind of Change," the song made famous by The Scorpions, after journalist Patrick Radden Keefe heard a rumor that it was written by the CIA.
The Thing About Pam
In 2011, Russ Faria came home to find his wife, Betsy, dead. This podcast dives into his being convicted of murder, all the while insisting he didn't do it.
Investigator Julissa Trapp is the only woman on the homicide squad. In this podcast, she embarks on a journey to uncover answers about a murder and the disappearance of three other women.
This podcast packs a ton of true crime stories into a series of episodes. Hosts Ashley Flowers and Brit Prawat bring you true crime stories for the true crime junkies.
Dying for Sex
Molly's breast cancer diagnosis leads her down a path of sexual adventures. She's bringing you this podcast to share her funniest and most touching stories alongside her close friend, Nikki Boyer.
The Catch and Kill Podcast with Ronan Farrow
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ronan Farrow has been working tirelessly to uncover the shocking truths about a system that aims to protect powerful men like Harvey Weinstein. The podcast offers other sides of the story from sources, journalists, investigators, and others who have helped him uncover these truths along the way.
To Live and Die in LA
When an aspiring actress vanishes from her Hollywood apartment, Rolling Stone journalist Neil Staruss steps in to help solve the mystery. This podcasts dives into the answers they found.