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.
For two weeks in a row, “The Ron Burgundy Podcast” has been at the top of the charts! Ron is back with a few new episodes: Recently, Ron gave his first ever “MasterClass,” and in another new episode, “Ron’s Top 5 Favorite News Stories,” he dishes on the most exciting headlines of his career. Check out these new episodes on iHeartRadio!
And at number two on the charts this week we have “Stuff You Should Know,” the show that dives into everyday things we might not think about or don’t actually know a lot about! This week, the podcast answered questions like “How were zippers invented?” and “Who was Spartacus?” The show also recently did a deep dive on caving: The first humans would venture into caves to sleep, hunt, create art and explore but today, this tradition is a hobby. Learn more about how caving is still being practiced today in a new episode titled, “SYSK Selects: How Caving Works.” Check out these episodes and more on iHeartRadio!
Third on the charts this week is “The Joe Rogan Experience.” This week Joe sat down with Tony Hinchcliffe, a stand-up comedian, writer, actor and host of his own podcast, “Kill Tony.” He also chatted with Elon Musk, a business magnet and entrepreneur who has founded several innovative companies including SpaceX, Tesla, The Boring Company, NeuraLink and OpenAI. Check out these new episodes now on iHeartRadio!
And last but not least, at number four on the charts this week is “Disgraceland.” Hosted by Jake Brennan, the show did a deep dive into the life of heavy metal icon and Black Sabbath band leader, Ozzy Osbourne. In “Ozzy Osbourne: The Prince of Darkness, Randy Rhoads’ Plane Crash and the Saving Grace of a Strong Woman,” Brennan tells the story of Black Sabbath and the trials and tribulations of Ozzy’s career. Arrested at an early age for breaking and entering, Ozzy refused to conform to societal norms and common decency. He would go on to be arrested numerous times and escape many near death experiences, including an incident where a plane crashed into his tour bus and killed his dear friend and bandmate. Fans can check out this new episode today on iHeartRadio!
From comedy to music 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!