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8 Filipino Podcasts You Should Listen To Right Now

Looking for a podcast you can relate to isn’t that hard these days. But, finding a good Filipino podcast that you would actually want to listen to can still be a bit difficult. Luckily, many of our local radio hosts and opinion leaders have expanded their reach to this platform.

Whether you’re into politics or hearing about relatable problems and how they went through with it, there’s sure to be a podcast or two that will tickle your fancies. To make it easier for you, we’ve listed some of our favorite Filipino podcasts that we think you should be listening to right now.

Wake up with Jim and Saab

If you want to jumpstart to listening podcasts, husband and wife Jim and Saab are so easy to listen to. They created the podcast when they realized they don’t have enough time for each other. The married couple who are also bandmates discusses a variety of topics ⁠in their over 100 published episodes. Learn something new as they talk about music, movies, and other stuff they love and hate.


For Me Lang Ha

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Hosted by Icoy, Iggy and Seña who are known in the local indie music scene as the frontmen of Lions & Acrobats, Rusty Machines, and She’s Only Sixteen respectively, For Me Lang Ha is a live video podcast where they talk about anything and everything. As of writing, they already have nine episodes published and topics range from food trends and stereotypes to songwriting and fake news.


Adulting with Joyce Pring

As the title suggests, TV personality/radio DJ talks about a variety of problems millennials go through. Topics range from traveling to love and dating to money. She shares tips and how-tos of navigating your 20s. “Basically the blind leading the blind, expectantly and with gusto,” is how she describes the podcast.


The Halo-Halo Show

Radio personalities DJs Rica Garcia and JC Teves are the hosts of this podcast. As implied by the show’s name, the podcast covers a variety of relatable and trending topics that need to be addressed. It’s fun, insightful and easy to listen to.


The linya-linya Show

A comedy podcast based on the daily experiences of Filipinos, The linya-linya show makes you understand what the hugot culture is about. The host Ali Sangalang who is also the founder of clothing brand linya-linya, tackles love, friendship, language, and travel among others. This should be on every Filipino millennial’s must-listen podcast list!


Stories After Dark

“An independent podcast on Philippine true crime and mystery stories,” as described in the bio. If you’re looking for something to entertain and creep you out while in quarantine, you better check this eerie podcast out. As of writing, there are seventeen episodes published. In detail, they tell the story of the country’s first chop-chop lady, the controversial story of Pepsi Paloma, the tragic Maguindanao Massacre, and more. What gives character to each of the episodes is how the narrator delivers the stories. Have a listen for yourself!



Endslate Podcast Ramon de Veyra, Quark Henares, Mel Lozano-Alcaraz

Hosted by Ramon de Veyra, Quark Henares, and Mel Lozano-Alcaraz, Endslate is a pop culture and entertainment podcast. It focuses on what’s on streaming services and on the big screens. In some episodes, the hosts interview filmmakers, creators and celebrities.



If you’ve been following your favorite local astrology meme account on Twitter, you must know that they have a podcast that is as funny as their tweets. Hosted by the creators, they talk about anything and everything. Think of it as an extension of their Twitter account, only that this is more than 240 characters.


What are your favorite podcasts? Let us know in the comments!

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