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5 Fort Worth podcasts worth listening to


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Do you need some quality ear candy while we wait out this freeze? We’ve rounded up some podcasts run by local Fort Worthian talent covering a variety of topics, so there’s a little something for everyone.

Ready to start streaming? Check out the options below to find your next binge-worthy audio show.

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Episode five of STRONGtalk interviews Fort Worth Strong’s Nick Hight. | Graphic by Fort Worth Strong

STRONGtalk | Calling all fitness junkies. This podcast is produced by local boutique gym Fort Worth Strong + hosted by Coach Mitchel Stephens.

  • Latest episode: Introduces Fort Worth Strong Coach Nick Hight to listeners + dives into his background in health and fitness.

“It’s Probably You” | This daily podcast talks about daily struggles and how we can shine a light on them.

  • Latest episode: Hosts LDP and Jesus go on a local beer tasting tour + talk about what listeners can expect in the upcoming season.

Corks in Cowtown | Looking for advice about hitting the town? This lifestyle-based podcast talks about all things nightlife and the dating scene.

  • Latest episode: Gives us an inside look at Mule Alley’s newest restaurant, Paloma Suerte + a special announcement.

The Funky Panther | Feel like you’re part of the friend group while listening to this Funky Town podcast where lifelong friends share their everyday stories.

  • Latest episode: A discussion about the Super Bowl, Taylor Swift, TikTok, and everything else society is talking about right now.

817 Podcast - Fort Worth’s Monday Morning Show | Need a quick deep-dive into everything happening in the city? This podcast breaks down local politics, pop culture + business.

FORTitude | Fort Worth Business Press’s weekly business podcast hosted by Brinton Payne and J.W. Wilson.

  • Latest episode: A discussion about the acquisition of several prized works in the Kimbell Art Museum with Director Eric Lee.

Which one are you listening to first? Stay safe, Fort Worth.

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