iHeartRadio Top 100 Podcast Chart Mondays: Discover Your Next Binge-Worthy Podcast!
Welcome to this week’s iHeartRadio Top 100 Podcast Chart! We’re back with a quick look at the top iHeartRadio podcasts that you—our fans—are listening to this week.
At the top of the charts this week is “The Joe Rogan Experience.” This past week, Joe sat down with UFC strawweight fighter Angela Hill. He also sat down with Melissa Chen, the NY editor for Spectator USA and the managing director of Ideas Beyond Borders. Listen to these conversations and find out more on iHeartRadio today!
At number two this week is “Stuff You Should Know,” the show that shares curious insights about everyday things we might not think about or might not know much about! This week’s short episode is about Mexican jumping beans—how they are real and really do move around thanks to the force of nature! The podcast also sheds some light on the Unsolved Indiana Dunes Disappearances— the story of three women who were never seen again after a boat ride on Lake Michigan. Listen to these episodes and discover more on iHeartRadio!
Number three on the charts this week is “Crime Junkie.” Hosted by Ashley Flowers, this weekly podcast gives listeners their true crime fix. The way Flowers tells the recent crime stories she has been obsessing over will make you feel like you’re sitting around and chatting with your closest friends. This week’s episode, titled “MISSING: Relisha Rudd // Unique Harris,” brings you two mysterious disappearances. How did it take 18 days for people to notice that 8-year-old Relisha Rudd was missing? And how could 24-year-old Unique Harris vanish from her apartment without her glasses that that helped her see everything around? Check out the new episode now on iHeartRadio!
And at number four this week we have “Stuff You Missed in History Class,” a podcast exploring the most fascinating moments in world history! Hosted by two history enthusiasts, Holly and Tracy Wilson, the podcast takes a deep dive into some of the most interesting historical events you might have learned about in school but might not remember today. The show’s recent episode discusses King Philip’s War between English colonists and Indigenous nations in what’s now New England. Head over to iHeartRadio and check out this fun, new show!
From comedy to history to true crime, iHeartRadio’s Top 100 Podcast Chart is the new go-to for discovering new podcasts or finding your next binge-worthy obsessions! Check in next week to see which podcast is holding up on the charts!