The number of Cannabis podcasts has really opened up over the last couple of years. With so many video and audio programs out there, there’s truly something for everyone. Many of you already subscribe to hits like Masonic Smoker, the OG Potcast and First Smoke of The Day, but here’s some other recommendations for listening to interviews, histories and interesting stories about weed.
Now on its third season, this hash-centric video podcast asks people from around the Cannabis community to answer compelling questions as they exhale huge dabs that get up to 900 degrees. Hosted by Dustan of Real Deal Resin, episodes have featured former professional wrestler The Godfather, Mami Uvas from “Life Is Not Grape” and Fran Terpy, the founder of social club Terpy Barcelona.
The Hashish Inn
Intimate conversations with some of the most celebrated, decorated and recognized hashmakers in the game today. Host Shoragim is dedicated to collecting the stories and shared history of America’s modern hash culture. This combination audio/video podcast has featured makers like Dammit Bobby, Tree City Solventless and Hanzo Gardens.
That’s Good PizzZa
Host J Peezy sits down with passionate movers and shakers, letting them tell their story and asking their all-time desert-island favorites. One thing that’s great about this video/audio podcast is that they have a diverse range of guests. From incredible cultivators like Anna from CAM or Dave from Preferred Gardens, to passionate makers like Cozy Cubes edibles and Rektipz founder D-Rek.
Dreamtown by Crooked Media
An NPR-style audio history hosted by David Weinberg. The seven-part stylized story details the California town of Adelanto and its 2014 battle with legalizing cultivation in order to save failing revenues. Tailored for a more general audience, it pairs well with a road trip.
An informative look at terpene profiles and Cannabis products. Not just smokable and dabbable, they also look at the items we use to consume them. Alongside these discussions, they also record on location at events such as The Smoking Jacket and Ego Clash. Episodes have featured John Dawson from Kung-Fu Vapes, glass artist Zach Brown and Stache Products.
Smoke & Bridges by Greenstate
Be a fly on the wall for a casual conversation between Cannabis personalities and journalist/event creator Jimi Devine. Join in the audio one-on-one as Jimi sits down for an hour-long chat with industry figureheads like Champelli, Keith from Fig Farms and Kayla’s Marc Hammond.
Don’t forget to check out some of these podcasts featuring members of our Leaf Magazine Family.
The Smoking Spot with Amanda Breeze and Ryan Herron
Explore the world of Cannabis and through interviews and discussions with industry insiders. Hosts Amanda and Ryan are contributing writers to a slew of publications nationwide (including Oregon Leaf), offering listeners a unique perspective having written for many parts of the industry. Recent episodes have featured Leafly Editor David Downs, renowned photographer Kandid Kush and Oregon micro-growery Brave Hearts.
Grow Bud Yourself with Danny Danko and Mike G
Author of “Cannabis: A Beginners Guide to Growing Marijuana,” Former High Times Senior Cultivation Editor and recent Northeast Leaf Editor Danny Danko offers news, activism reports and cultivation tips for listeners of all skill levels, alongside co-host, Leaf Nation writer/editor and former HT Editor-In-Chief Mike Gianakos.
Leaf Life with Wes Abney and Mike Ricker
Leaf Magazine’s audio/video podcast where, just like Cannabis, the topic can go anywhere. With guests and episodes that range from parenting and meditation to social media and AI’s role in the industry, nothing is off the table. Along with this, the team features regular segments in which they review new products and devices.
Cannthropology with Bobby Black
An engaging podcast presented by The World of Cannabis Museum project and hosted by WoC Executive Director, California Leaf Editor and marijuana media icon Bobby Black. In each episode, Bobby speaks with a different expert or significant figure in Cannabis culture to provide an entertaining and educational history lesson.