50 episodes

From the bleeding edge of science to the mysteries of the human mind, top-secret experiments and the remarkable stories of people, places and events just off the edge of the mainstream map, the creators of Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know bring you Strange News Daily – shedding light on the most bizarre, disturbing and unusual news of the day.

Strange News Daily iHeartRadio

    • Daily News

From the bleeding edge of science to the mysteries of the human mind, top-secret experiments and the remarkable stories of people, places and events just off the edge of the mainstream map, the creators of Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know bring you Strange News Daily – shedding light on the most bizarre, disturbing and unusual news of the day.

    Episode 50: A Pigeon Spy, Alleged Infiltrators at US Protests, The End of Coal

    Episode 50: A Pigeon Spy, Alleged Infiltrators at US Protests, The End of Coal

    Indian officials feared Pakistan sent a pigeon version of James Bond over the border. As protests and riots consume the US, more and more protestors are claiming malevolent fringe groups are infiltrating otherwise peaceful protests, attempting to instigate large-scale violence. And experts project the pandemic maty deal a fatal blow to the coal industry. Join Ben Bowlin for more Strange News Daily, and share your stories on Twitter: #strangedaily.
    Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

    • 14 min
    Episode 49: Minneapolis Institutes a City-wide Curfew, a 70 Year Old Man Attempts to Steal a Helicopter, and Vancouvers Puts Pigeons on Birth Control

    Episode 49: Minneapolis Institutes a City-wide Curfew, a 70 Year Old Man Attempts to Steal a Helicopter, and Vancouvers Puts Pigeons on Birth Control

    Minneapolis and St. Paul have instituted harsh curfews as authorities try to quell the ongoing riots. A 70 year old Michigan resident attempted to steal a helicopter and 'free' coronavirus patients from a nearby hospital. And Vancouver is attempting to combat its pigeon problems via widespread birth control. Join Ben Bowlin for more Strange News Daily, and share your stories on Twitter: #strangedaily.
    Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

    • 14 min
    Episode 48: Hitler's Alligator Dies, Denmark Wants to be Your Wingman, and You Should Look at Your Fingers

    Episode 48: Hitler's Alligator Dies, Denmark Wants to be Your Wingman, and You Should Look at Your Fingers

    An 84-year old alligator named Saturn has died, leaving the Moscow Zoo to wonder about his ties to Adolph Hitler. Denmark will let foreigners enter the country to see their romantic partners -- but you have to show them some love letters first. A new study finds an intriguing link between the size of men's ring fingers and their susceptibility to COVID-19. Join Ben Bowlin for more Strange News Daily, and share your stories on Twitter: #strangedaily.
    Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

    • 13 min
    Episode 47: Earth's Mysterious Magnetic Anomaly, The Pizza Man's Revenge, and North Korea Decides its Leaders Don't Have Superpowers

    Episode 47: Earth's Mysterious Magnetic Anomaly, The Pizza Man's Revenge, and North Korea Decides its Leaders Don't Have Superpowers

    Scientists are perplexed by a strange weakening in Earth's magnetic field between South America and Africa -- and no one knows why it's happening. An anonymous pizzaria owner takes creative revenge on DoorDash. North Korean media has reversed a long-standing position, revealing that founder Kim Il-Sung does not, in fact, have superspeed. Join Ben Bowlin for more Strange News Daily, and share your stories on Twitter: #strangedaily.
    Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

    • 17 min
    Episode 46: The Perfect Time For A Pipeline, China and India Inch Closer to War, and Crayola Pursues Diversity

    Episode 46: The Perfect Time For A Pipeline, China and India Inch Closer to War, and Crayola Pursues Diversity

    A government official in Alberta, Canada, has drawn heat for saying she'd love to build a pipeline while people can't physically protest. China and India accelerate tensions along the world's longest unmarked border. And Crayola aims to give children more artistic representation with their new 'Colors of the World' collection. Join Ben Bowlin for more Strange News Daily, and share your stories on Twitter: #strangedaily.
    Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

    • 14 min
    Episode 45: The Cannonball Run, Record-breaking Unemployment, and the 'Skinny Gene'

    Episode 45: The Cannonball Run, Record-breaking Unemployment, and the 'Skinny Gene'

    Speed demons have taken advantage of the lockdown to shatter the records for the (in)famous and illegal Cannonball Run from New York to LA. US unemployment numbers stay at crisis levels, though authorities hope they will decline as the country attempts to reopen. And, it appears, scientists have finally found out why some of your friends can eat whatever they want, whenever they wish, without ever gaining a pound. Join Ben Bowlin for more Strange News Daily, and share your stories on Twitter: #strangedaily.
    Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

    • 17 min

Top Podcasts In Daily News

More by iHeartRadio