Are you wanting to learn more about street design ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best street design podcasts of 2021.
We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.
We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!
Best Street Design Podcasts 2021
The American Craftsman Podcast
- Publisher: Greene Street Joinery
- Total Episodes: 38
A podcast all about American craftsmanship in the world of woodworking and furniture design. Hosted by Greene Street Joinery.
Street Fighter Podcast
- Publisher: Justin Shade
- Total Episodes: 3
From character design to frame data, professional e-sports to business marketing, longtime Street Fighter enthusiasts Justin Shade and Roddy Toomim delve into the casual and high level perspectives of Capcom’s latest entry into the renowned fighting game franchise.
The RV Living Show™
- Publisher: Bryan & Luann Street
- Total Episodes: 26
The RV life: We are surrounded by the message that it’s a life you have to wait until retirement to have and a life that only some can afford.And while it might be a reality for those who want to believe that’s true, we are on a mission to change that mindset and help people to stop wondering and start wandering™ to create a life they love!Join us in conversations about how to design your RV life. We’re Bryan and Luann Street and this is The RV Living Show.
Personal Pension Radio with Kraig Strom, The Income Engineer
- Publisher: Kraig Strom
- Total Episodes: 315
Welcome to the Personal Pension Radio Podcast, where it is all about planning correctly today so that you can sit back and reap the retirement lifestyle benefits later!Discover time tested strategies to help you lower your taxes, cut your expenses, and maximize your lifestyle today without sacrificing your retirement lifestyle or legacy tomorrow. Join us as we help you avoid the junk advice offered by unlicensed financial entertainers and the Wall Street marketing machine. We uncover financial strategies that empower you to break away from the herd. Success does not come from a product or a singular strategy. Savings, investing, tax planning, estate planning, insurance, goal setting, income engineering, and lifestyle design must all be considered from a macro perspective.Wealth accumulation is an important component of a financial plan; however, the size of your 401k account, stock portfolio or defined benefit plan, the balance of your accounts can overshadow the most important – the income they can provide. As you plan for the sale of your business or retirement, the question you should ask is, “What will my income be and will I be able to preserve my lifestyle?”You can retire or sell your business with your lifestyle intact. Don’t settle for the inaccurate and incomplete advice of Financial Entertainers like Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman, or Jim Cramer. There is a better way!
The Secret is You with Chris Cicchinelli
- Publisher: Chris Cicchinelli
- Total Episodes: 93
A dynamic thought leader who relentlessly engineers growth and progress, Chris Cicchinelli is the President & CEO of Pure Romance, the world’s largest in-home party company specializing in intimacy and sexual health. On HIT, Chris shares real-world, no-nonsense advice on transforming your business through innovation, influence, and connection. Chris specializes in motivating business owners and entrepreneurs to crush their goals, love the hustle, and live life by design.More about Chris: Chris joined the Pure Romance team in 2000 and immediately took drastic measures for growth, taking the company from $3 million in revenue to well over $250 million with 30,000 active Consultants all over the world. Chris has been interviewed on Fox Business News, MSNBC, and featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, INC 5000, Smart Business, and Direct Selling News.
- Publisher: Blinders Off
- Total Episodes: 22
Blinders Off is a podcast about St. Louis. Your hosts Matthew and Lucas explore the past, present, and weirdness of St. Louis. In a city older than the United States, there is plenty to explore. We’ve covered stories you wouldn’t typically expect in a radio show format: A lawsuit involving a building mural that has stretched into a decade long fight. Sensor microphones installed in hidden locations to track gunfire. The confusion of St. Louis city street design, and more. Join us as we explore the highs and lows of the Lou.
Hospitality Meets… with Phil Street
- Publisher: Phil Street
- Total Episodes: 82
Hospitality Meets… is your weekly light-hearted look into the stories and journeys that make up the wonderful world of hospitality. Join founder and host Phil Street as he meets people from all walks of life from within the industry from the Founders, the Chefs, the Hotel General Managers and Restaurant Managers to the Engineers, Designers, Financiers and even Politicians. Phil will be showcasing the sheer diversity of opportunity that exists within hospitality and the fun you can have along the way all through the wonderful stories that exist in day to day life. So whether you work in hospitality already or are hospitality curious then join Phil for a laugh and some insight into the greatest industry on earth.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:Podcorn – https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable – https://chartable.com/privacy
Confessions of a Top-Producing Real Estate Agent, the Agent Grad School Podcast
- Publisher: Jennifer Myers AgentGradSchool.com
- Total Episodes: 64
Learn secrets to real estate success you won’t hear anywhere else. Through mini-masterclasses and step-by-step how-to guides, each episode is designed to hep you take confident action to create a sustainable, hugely profitable and wildly successful real estate business, full of clients that want to work with you (and only you).Your instructor, Jennifer Myers, went from not being able to sell even one house her first two years as a real estate agent, to becoming one of the top 1% of real estate agents in the US named by Real Trends and featured in the Wall Street Journal.She was also named Buyer Agent of the Year by Realtor Magazine, won every top producer award in her very completive Washington, DC area, was the top producing agent at every company she was part of before starting her own brokerage and even was invited to be a member of the Forbes Real Estate Council and is a contributor for Forbes.com.Now, through this podcast and AgentGradSchool.com, she’s sharing the same modern marketing and business strategies she used to succeed with you (most of which she learned from looking outside the real estate industry).No fluff, no theory, no outdated sales techniques, or paying for leads, just the exact steps to get you the real estate business you’ve always wanted and the life outside your business you’ve wanted too.
Rodeo Drive – The Podcast
- Publisher: Rodeo Drive
- Total Episodes: 21
Rodeo Drive, now world-renowned, began as little more than a bridle path. Pioneering designers, hoteliers and entrepreneurs transformed it into a rival to New York’s Fifth Avenue — with sun, palm trees and Hollywood sizzle. Hosted by Bronwyn Cosgrave, Rodeo Drive-The Podcast connects listeners around the world with up to date stories about the past, present and future of this famed three-block stretch in Beverly Hills. In Season One, fashion and design luminaries, retailers, and chroniclers including Rose Apodaca, Nicolas Bijan, James Bond, Joan Juliet Buck, Ruth E. Carter, Michael Chow, Simon Doonan, Pari Eshan, Robert Hayman, Stephen Jones OBE, Jay Leno, Faye McLeod, Dame Zandra Rhodes, Cameron Silver, Sergio Zambon and more spoke with Cosgrave about the intoxicating combination of fashion, art and entertainment that put Rodeo Drive on the map, what they envisioned for the future, and what was happening on the street as retailers and businesses navigated the pandemic amidst a moment of reckoning for racial and social justice.In Season Two hear the stories from the makers, creators, architects and designers, who dreamed up Rodeo Drive and helped establish Los Angeles as a global style capital. This season will highlight what’s next in fashion, luxury and entertainment, as a new era for the iconic thoroughfare unfolds in response to unprecedented challenges and change. Podcast webpage: rodeodrive-bh.com/[email protected] CreditsExecutive Producer: Lyn WinterHost: Bronwyn CosgraveWritten by Frances AndertonAudio Engineer and Editor: Avishay ArtsyTheme music by Brian BanksProduction Coordinators: Livia Mandoul and Callie McConnell.Rodeo Drive – The Podcast is presented by the Rodeo Drive Committee with the support of the City of Beverly Hills, The Hayman Family, Two Rodeo Drive, GEARYS and the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau.Rodeo Drive CommitteeFounded in 1972, Rodeo Drive, Inc., also known as The Rodeo Drive Committee is a 501 C (6) non-profit organization, that provides a forum where its members—consisting of retailers, hoteliers, and landowners—can engage, share a dialogue, and help shape the present and future of the iconic, world-famous shopping destination. For further information about Rodeo Drive – The Podcast, please contact:Lyn Winter, Executive Producer, Lyn Winter, inc., (213) 446-0788, [email protected] See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
- Publisher: Heroic Collective
- Total Episodes: 5
In this new scripted podcast from the creators of The Blondes, the wolves aren’t just on Wall Street anymore. The Bite is a 4-episode horror comedy series that follows Tess, a young Brooklyn playwright, who awkwardly stumbles into joining a wealthy all-female werewolf pack in the Hamptons.Tess is like any other struggling playwright who’s made it to Edinburgh Fringe: she mined her complicated life for material. And what would a one-woman show be without embarrassing revelations? But in the first episode of The Bite, Tess also reveals something altogether different: that she has lycanthropic powers. Being a werewolf has complicated her dating life but also greatly improved her career options, especially after she’s taken in by a clique of monied heiresses headed by Diane, a seductive, sociopathic bon vivant. She attempts to mold Tess, but will Tess fight to remain her own person? Performed by Cecilia Corrigan, Jenny Grace Makholm, with Roberta Colindrez (Starz’s Vida, HBO’s The Deuce), Rob Belushi (HBO’s Ballers), Ronald Peet (Netflix’s I-Land) Grace C. Williams (Lena Waithe’s Rising) and Carson Elrod. Written and Produced by Brian J Davis & Emily Schultz. Directed by Jenny Grace Makholm. Sound design and editing by. Brian J Davis. Music by Oldfather. Songs were performed by Dawn Lewis with Mark Thibideau and Mathew Thibideau, and with Oldfather. Art by Carolyn Tripp.
Dirty Genes Podcast
- Publisher: Dr. Ben Lynch
- Total Episodes: 8
Many of us believe that our genes doom us to disorders that run in our families. But as Dr. Lynch reveals in the Dirty Genes Podcast, YOU can influence your own genetic destiny.Your genes don’t determine your destiny. They determine your susceptibility.There’s no reason to biohack your way into health. That’s inefficient, expensive, and unnecessary. Your body wants to be nurtured. Not hacked.Instead of biohacking, learn how your genes work. Understand what makes them dirty, and then give them what they need so they can perform. So you can perform.What are Dirty Genes?A dirty gene is one that is unable to perform at its best. It’s slacking. It’s struggling. It’s burdened.You have 18,000 genes. Many of them are dirty right now. These dirty genes are causing you troubles every day (that you may not even be aware of!).Each week, on the Dirty Genes Podcast, Dr. Lynch will show you how genes get dirty so you can clean yours up.What can you expect from the Dirty Genes Podcast?Authenticity.Dr. Lynch is not one to mince words or dance around a subject. He gets right to the point.Here are the different types of episodes you’ll find on the Dirty Genes Podcast.SNPitsDo you want to get healthy but find yourself strapped for time? These shorter episodes average only 10 to 15 minutes. Designed to help you apply what you’re learning, each episode hones in on one specific topic. Dr. Lynch has repeatedly seen people succeed when they learn in frequent, shorter bursts. These relatable, bite-sized tidbits will give you the confidence you need to make targeted changes in your life. After all, it’s the application of information that gets you results!Hero StoriesThousands of people worldwide have transformed their health using Dr. Lynch’s education programs, genetic testing, and Seeking Health supplements. Hear their struggles, what worked for them, and what didn’t. When did their ‘switch’ flip, and how did they start feeling great again? These real-life hero stories will inspire and motivate you. You’ll also hear from people who are still struggling. No matter what they’ve tried, they’re still stuck. Listen along while Dr. Lynch guides them to overcome genetic health obstacles.Expert InterviewsWhen someone truly impresses Dr. Lynch with their ability to teach, you’ll find them here on the Dirty Genes Podcast.Who is your host, Dr. Ben Lynch?Simply put, a guy who wants you to have the health information you need to take care of yourself. He wants to prevent you from going to the hospital — and help you live a life of freedom. Health is freedom. You don’t realize that until you lose it.In terms of education, he received a Bachelor of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of Washington while rowing on the Husky Crew Team. After traveling around 50 countries, running his own business, and getting married, he received a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University. He maintains his license to practice as a primary care physician in the state of Washington.Dr. Lynch is the author of Dirty Genes. This Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Washington Post, and Amazon best-selling book has been translated into multiple languages globally. If you love what you hear on the Dirty Genes Podcast, you’ll want to pick up a copy of Dirty Genes, too!Dr. Lynch lives in Kirkland, WA, with his three boys, Tasman, Mathew, and Theodor, and his beautiful wife of more than 20 years, Nadia. His family also lives with animal rescues: two cats, Hazel and Kiwi, and one pup, Victor.When he’s not working, you’ll find Dr. Lynch kayaking, wake surfing, hiking, working in the yard, fixing something the kids broke, or traveling with his family.Now stop reading and start listening! 😉If you like what you hear, please do subscribe, share with others, and leave a review.Welcome to the Dirty Genes Podcast.
Uncluttered Office with Catherine Avery
- Publisher: Catherine Avery
- Total Episodes: 94
Improve your productivity. Get back your time. Are you a busy professional with a to-do list a mile long? If you struggle with time management, paperwork and productivity or just have too much to do this podcast is for you. Catherine Avery has created this podcast for you. A former queen of clutter, this recovering Type-A Wall-Streeter and cancer survivor/thriver, will teach you how to combine your personal design sense with her proven business systems and productivity tactics to help you gain control over your time, space and information.
- Publisher: Michele Kyrouz
- Total Episodes: 57
Smarter Cars is a show about the future of transportation from autonomous vehicles to electric scooters. We believe the future includes all modes of transport if we can choose the right tool for the job for each trip. We’re interviewing key players about policies to encourage multi-modal transport, the role for ride services and autonomous vehicles, reducing personal car ownership, the impact of micromobility, how to redesign our streets and curbs, fair road pricing and the role of transit. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smarter-cars/support
Making UX Work with Joe Natoli
- Publisher: Joe Natoli
- Total Episodes: 17
Hello and welcome to making UX work; I’m Joe Natoli. Our focus here is on folks like you doing the tough, often unglamorous UX work in the real world. My guests will share their struggles, their successes, and their journey to and through the trenches of product design, development, and of course, user experience. Before we get into it, I’d like to give a shout out to our sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by the resilience to turn a negative situation into a positive outcome. The Stache mantra is that Even in the darkest times, there is a light revealing prosperity. Find your light and let it guide you through the darkness. Visit stache.studio to check out their incredibly well-designed products and learn more.
- Publisher: Being Patient
- Total Episodes: 101
Being Patient’s founder Deborah Kan resigned from her job as Executive Producer at the Wall Street Journal to redesign reporting on health, after her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. In the Being Patient Podcast, we examine the latest research on the prevention, treatment and care of the disease from the patient’s point of view. We give patients and carers the tools to map the landscape of the disease and go straight to the expert community to get the answers they want to know. We aim to elevate the patient’s voice in important conversations and help researchers understand their patient communities.Make sure to go to http://beingpatient.com/ to receive our latest news and updates.
- Publisher: Arcadia Economics
- Total Episodes: 72
Arcadia Ecomomics – The Truth About Wall Street And What’s Coming NextTurns out Wall Street and the economy isn’t quite exactly as we were told growing up. The markets are manipulated, and most of what we hear in the mainstream media is designed to mislead.So what to do?Get the real story and understand what’s coming and how to prepare!
- Publisher: HYPEBEAST Radio
- Total Episodes: 5
In The Anthropology we dive into the movements and minds shaping culture today. In its first season, Fashion Anthropology, journalist Tiffany Godoy talks to the artist, designers and original street scene makers that surround the brand Slam Jam. Founded by Luca Benini in 1989, it started as an Italian distributor of Stussy, Carhartt and Nike. In 2018, they opened the art cultural space Spazio Maiocchi in Milan and Luca Benini alongside Matthew Williams created the brand Alyx. In this five episode series we immerse ourselves into the culture of Slam Jam.
The Sport Scientist Podcast
- Publisher: Scott Hoon
- Total Episodes: 4
UPDATE- Due to the logistical difficulty and expense of recording the SS podcast, we will no longer be making regular content. We are also discontinuing our subscriptions to the Soundcloud and iTUNES platforms. All back content and potential future episodes will be hosted exclusively on our YouTube and FB pages.The Sports Scientists is a podcast designed with the primary intention of having some fun chatting about fitness. If we’re offensive, it’s all meant in good fun, and we do apologize in advance! Every week, we’ll talk about (mostly) fitness related issues and make bad jokes about them. We’ll definitely have some actual intellectual content, but the attempts at humor will be much more predominant. Drs. Mike Israetel and James Hoffmann are both sport scientists, and if you’re looking for their intellectual work, their social media accounts are where to find links to it. Marcos Rodriguez is a longtime personal trainer to celebrities and business leaders in New York City, and has his ear to the street on current (and usually ridiculous) fitness trends and fads.
Sirlin.Net – Game Design
- Publisher: David Sirlin
- Total Episodes: 18
Sirlin designed video games such as Street Fighter HD Remix, Puzzle Fighter HD Remix, and Kongai. He’s designed tabletop games such as Yomi, Puzzle Strike, Pandante, and Flash Duel. He discusses the craft of game design with his lead playtester.
Zara Kitchen Design – Welcome
- Publisher: Zara Kitchen Design
- Total Episodes: 2
First podcast from Zara Kitchen Design based at 23 Peach Street Wokingham RG401XJ