5 Podcasts by New Yorkers for New Yorkers

The Only People We Want to Hear Talk on Our Morning Commute

Believe it our not, one day in the (hopefully) near future we will be back on the trains and buses commuting to and from work. We’ll relish it at first, being around people and back into a routine but fear not that joy will fade.

You’ll once again find yourself annoyed with the heavy breather next to you on the crowded downtown 6 train and when that time comes, tune him (or her, but most likely a him) out and turn on one of these New York City-centric podcasts.

New York Said
Rated 5.0/5.0 on Apple Podcasts
Hosted by Amon Focus, the New York Said podcast features in-depth conversations with people you don’t often hear from, to hear things that aren’t often shared (said), spotlighting life in New York.

Pinstripe Pod: A NY Yankees Baseball Podcast
Rated 4.9/5.0 on Apple Podcasts
Hosts former Yankees pitcher and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson and YES Network host Chris Shearn will take you inside the clubhouse with Yankees beat writer George King, columnist Joel Sherman and the full team of NY Post baseball writers. Pinstripe Pod will also feature special Yankees guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans.

Only in New York
Rated 4.9/5.0 on Apple Podcasts
Comedians and podcasters Tracey Carnazzo, Chemda Khalili and Andrea Allan talk to native New Yorkers and transplants alike about things that can only happen in New York.

The Bowery Boys: New York City History
Rated 4.7/5.0 on Apple Podcasts
New York City history is America’s history. It’s the hometown of the world, and most people know the city’s familiar landmarks, buildings and streets. Why not look a little closer and have fun while doing it?

The New York City Crime Report with Pat Dixon
Rated 4.3/5.0 on Apple Podcasts
This addictive and informative, one-of-a-kind true crime podcast details crime and court activity in New York City. Hosted by comedian Pat Dixon.