Looking for a new listen for your workout or commute? We rounded up 15+ podcasts that are Dallas-based, covering topics from sports, dating, true crime, and more! 

Updated February 2022



Beck and Call Podcast 

By Merritt Beck | All things life, work & love as a 30’s single woman

Bubble Lounge Podcast 

By Martha Jackson & Nellie Sciutto | The inside scoop of Park Cities moms

Communities Foundation of Texas 

Philanthropy 360 covers nonprofit organizations & others striving to build thriving communities

D Magazine 

EarBurner by Tim Rogers and Zac Crain | All things Dallas with local guests like reality stars to local billionaires 

Dallas News  

Hear the award winning coverage of Dallas Morning News in audio form

De Colores Co 

By De Colores Collective | celebrating culture through conscious + fun conversation, interviews & more

Don't Call Us Pretty Podcast 

By Nichola Ivy & Missy Bowie | talking through challenges, adventures & life of two girls in Dallas 

Haunted AF Podcast 

By Julie Fisk & Rebekah Black | Real ghost stories told by real people with humorous commentary 

Ilysm Podcast 

by Kenzie Elizabeth | Interviews with influencers, artists, leaders and more promoting living the best life possible

I Seay It This Way 

By Stephanie Seay | Lifestyle blogger in Dallas covering everything from friendship to motherhood & more (PICTURED)

Kellie Raspberry 

By Kellie Rasberry & Robert Ehrman | Talking life, love, blending families, and a whole lot more

Madonna and the Whore Podcast 

By Mitali Ghuge + Nikki Thompson | Breaking down existing binaries in religion, sexuality, society, etc. 

Mic Drop Dallas 

By Monica Paul & Kevin “Sully” Sullivan | The official podcast of the Dallas Sports Commission

Office Politics.co 

By Jasmine Reed-Clark | Dubbed an “anti girlboss” podcast that discusses cooperate feminism, office politics & more 


By Christie Wallace and Heather McKinney | Local comedians discuss a new true crime, cult, or creepy topic

The Thirtyest 

By Natalie Montgomery | Celebrating the successes and tragedies of your thirties and giving you a community to lean on