There are a lot of marketing podcasts to choose from, but the most popular doesn’t necessarily mean the best. The podcasts below do a great job of informing, refreshing, interviewing and some even add a little humor. Check out the seven podcasts we think every marketer should listen to.

Drunk Marketing

Connor Clay and Chellsea Mastroine discuss marketing and other random things—like pork chops—while they sip on some drinks. The team has talked about more mainstream topics like Super Bowl ads—but also personal things, as in one episode when Clay talked about taking a Twitter break to regain his attention span. This podcast is easily is digestible and charmingly relatable.

Marketing With Wharton’s Hip Hop Prof

Wharton marketing professor Americus Reed—aka the Hip Hop Prof—hosts the podcast that covers a range of marketing topics. He takes deep dives with experts and podcast also covers the latest marketing research—like using love to build brand relationships. Reed is himself a personal branding expert and leans into this podcast with knowledge and personality.

Household Name

Like a crime podcast, former NPR reporter Dan Bobkoff goes back into the history of famous brands—like Martha Stewart’s trial and come back and TGI Friday’s sexy past. Bobkoff interviews several people to bring the rich and complex timeline of the biggest household name brands.

Marketing Today With Alan Hart

Host Alan Hart talks to CMOs and other marketing leaders to get tips and insight into their strategies. In one episode, Hart spoke with Kristi Argyilan, senior SVP of Marketing at Target, about how the company reached the Gen Z audience. In another episode, he has a discussion with author Seth Godin on his latest book This is Marketing: You Can’t be Seen Until You Learn To See.

The Marketing Companion

Marketing experts Mark Schaefer and Tom Webster, bring humor to the latest trends and issues in marketing. The podcast goes into the challenges of launching new technology like driverless cars. The Marketing Companion has also covered emotional connections with brands, who rules the internet, the relevance of social media marketing and of course the most important of all the consequences of mercury in retrograde.

Marketing Geeks

Justin Womack and Andros Sturgeon of Marketing Geeks tackle current events like the Fyre Festival marketing and organic marketing of Burning Man as well as creating a compelling email marketing headline to grab your audience.

Social Pros

This podcast is all about social media and content marketing. Hosts Jay Baer and Adam Brown interview with leading social media experts and discuss topics ranging from influencer marketing, AI and even one devoted to How Purple Became the Most Effective Advertiser on Facebook. Each episode ranges from 30 minutes to an hour.