ELLEN LIKES – Directionally Challenged “True Productivity with Tanya Dalton”, hosted by Candice King and Kayla Ewell. The productivity expert and author shares better ways to increase efficiency and set achievable goals for ourselves, especially when it comes to work.
HOW TO DO THE POT – Great Moments in Weed History “420 Started w/ a Treasure Map to a Weed Garden”, hosted by Abdullah Saeed and David Bienenstock. Just in time for our favorite high holiday, dive into the grassroots origins of 420 and how a secret code word became a worldwide celebration.
ELLEN LIKES – Lizzy Cooperman’s In Your Hands “5AM / 50 MEN”, hosted by Lizzy Cooperman. When it comes to life’s toughest questions, Lizzy leaves her fate up to you — this episode the choice is between waking up at 5am every day for a week or going on a date with 50 men. Listen in and cast your vote!
HOW TO DO THE POT – This Day in Esoteric Political History “The Mystery of 420’s Origins w/ Ellen Scanlon”, hosted by Jody Avirgan, Nicole Hemmer and Kellie Carter Jackson. I talked with Jody, Nicole, and Kellie about the origins of 420, why it’s here to stay, and how decriminalizing and legalizing cannabis could give the holiday a whole new reason to celebrate.
ELLEN LIKES Other Men Need Help “We Need to Talk, Dude”, hosted by Mark Pagan. This episode unpacks friendship breakups — why they’re sometimes inevitable, and oftentimes for the best.
HOW TO DO THE POT Natch Beaut “Cannabis as Self-Care with Ellen Scanlon”, hosted by Jackie Johnson. I sat down with Jackie for a conversation all about, well, cannabis! Tune in to hear why building a CBD routine is just as important as a skincare routine.
ELLEN LIKES… Songs in the Key of Death, hosted by music critic and author Courtney E. Smith. Episodes explore the true crimes that inspired classic murder ballads, combining music, true crime, history, and edge-of-your-seat storytelling.
HOW TO DO THE POT… The Daily Zeitgeist, hosted by Jack O’Brien & Miles Gray. Ellen loved sharing expert weed tips & helped sort through the events and stories driving the headlines, to help you find the signal in the noise, with a few laughs thrown in for free.
Ellen likes… The NfX Podcast, hosted by Morgan Beller. Meet the Team Behind ‘Stoner Cats’, the NFT animated series from Mila Kunis & friends. ‘Stoner Cats’ NFT sale raised $8.4 million and sold out in 35 minutes to fund the comedy show.
Ellen likes… The Ezra Klein Show, hosted by Ezra Klein. That Anxiety You’re Feeling? It’s a Habit You Can Unlearn. What is anxiety, how do we learn it as a behavior, and how do we unlearn it, with Jud Brewer of Brown University’s Mindfulness Center.
How to do the pot… Broccoli Talk, hosted by Lauren Yoshiko & Mennlay Golokeh Aggrey. Weed & Working Moms. Despite ongoing legalization, the stigma associated with cannabis is still an issue.
Ellen likes… The Sonic Truth, presented by Advertising Week. The 9 Innings of Audio with Rishad Tobaccowala. How are brands and other businesses adapting to the monumental shift that is sound?
How to do the pot… TRICHOMES Careers in Cannabis, hosted by Ashley Manning. Ellen discusses her early years on Wall St, passion for start-ups, and the personal connection to women’s health and well-being that led her to cannabis.
Ellen likes… Women Who Travel, hosted by Condé Nast Traveler editors Lale Arikoglu and Meredith Carey. Musician & author Michelle Zauner, aka Japanese Breakfast, on childhood trips to Korea & the food that shaped her.
How to do the pot… Weed & Grub, hosted by Mike Glazer & Mary Jane Gibson. Cooking on TV & decolonizing cannabis with Chef Amanda Jackson.
Ellen likes… Call Your Girlfriend, hosted by Ann Friedman & Aminatou Sow. Episode 299 is called The Other Epidemic. As we emerge back into the world, how long will we live with COVID? Will it be like HIV/AIDS?
How to do the pot… Eat Well, Travel Often, hosted by Melissa Goldberg. An Interview with Jeff the 420 Chef, one of the nation’s first private chefs to cook cannabis infused meals.
Ellen likes… The Happiness Lab, hosted by Dr. Laurie Santos. The podcast is based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale – which is the most popular class in the university’s 300-year history. Try an episode called Happiness Lessons of the Ancients: Lao Tzu.
How to do the pot… Be Informed. Be Well. Hosted by John Malanca. Episode 13 with Dr. Patricia Frye: Cannabis and its Role in the Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases.
Ellen likes… Popcast, hosted by NY Times music critic Jon Caramanica. The Telling of DMX’s Life Story, a conversation about the intense potency of the rapper’s music and religious fervor, and what it was like to interview him.
How to do the pot… On Something, hosted by Ann-Marie Awad. The Creative Brain on Drugs. Does cannabis make creative people…well, more creative?
Ellen likes… Asian America, hosted by Ken Fong. San Francisco’s Chinatown, a close-up look at the densest urban neighborhood west of Manhattan.
How to do the pot… Cannabinoid Connect, hosted by Kevin Carillo. Evelyn LaChapelle, the Re-entry Coordinator at the Last Prisoner Project, a non-profit coalition of cannabis industry leaders dedicated to bringing restorative justice to the cannabis industry.
April likes… 30 for 30 Podcasts, created by ESPN. 30 for 30 offers captivating storytelling for sports fans and general interest listeners alike, going beyond the field to explore how sports, competition, athleticism and adventure affect our lives and our world.
Ellen likes… The Great Women Artists Podcast, hosted by Katy Hessel. Guerilla Girls, the anonymous feminist activist artist collective founded in 1985, use facts, humor, and bold visuals to expose gender and ethnic bias in art, film, politics and in pop culture.
How to do the pot…Growcast, hosted by Jordan River. Ask Dr. Coco, Cannabis growing methods for boosting CBD but keeping THC low.
Ellen likes… Hidden Brain, hosted by Shankar Vedantam. Afraid of the Wrong Things. Around the world, people are grappling with the risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. How do our minds process that risk, and why do some of us process it so differently?
How to do the pot… High, Good People, hosted by Tiara Darnell. Weed Words With Friends: Is ‘Marijuana’ Racist?
April likes… How to Be a Girl, hosted by Marlo Mack. A podcast about life with a six-year-old transgender daughter. It stars a single mom and a six-year-old “girl with a penis” — as they attempt together to sort out just what it means to be a girl.
Ellen likes… What We Wore, hosted by Laura Vinroot Poole. From Magazines to the Mart with Hero Shop owner & former Vogue editor Emily Holt.
How to do the pot… Pot to Popular, hosted by Rosie Mattio. Ep. 33, Understanding the evolution of mainstream cannabis coverage with the Associate News Director of SELF Magazine, Sarah Jacoby.
April likes…Believed from NPR, How did Larry Nassar, an Olympic gymnastics doctor, get away with abusing hundreds of women and girls for two decades? Believed is an inside look at how a team of women won a conviction in one of the largest serial sexual abuse cases in U.S. history.
Ellen likes…The Cycle Podcast, hosted by Melissa Boudreau. A podcast about sharing Endometriosis stories and creating a community to help others who are suffering.
How to do the Pot…Cannabis Voices, hosted by Mary Biles. Dr. Ethan Russo explains how a deficient endocannabinoid system may contribute to the development of Endometriosis.
April likes… Alone: A Love Story hosted by Michelle Parise. With candour and humour, Michelle delves into the deepest, darkest aspects of her divorce and her new life as a part-time parent, part-time partier.
Ellen likes… The Oldest Profession podcast, hosted by Kaytlin Bailey. An irreverent history that reminds listeners that sex workers have always been part of the story. This episode specifically covers – Anais Nin, the first prominent woman in the modern West known to write and publish erotic literature.
How to do the pot… What Are You Smoking? Hosted by Leafly reporters Will Hyde & Dante Jordan. Episode 79, Mr. Sherbinski, one of the premiere cannabis breeders and growers of the modern era.
April likes… Speaking of Sex, Hosted by The Pleasure Mechanics – a weekly podcast w/ candid conversations about sexuality and all that’s possible – in bed.
Ellen likes… Dirty Diana, starring & executive produced by Demi Moore. This fictional podcast is the story of a woman escaping her carefully curated life and secretly running an erotic website where women reveal their intimate sexual fantasies.
How to do the pot… D is for Desire, hosted by Noah Michelson. Can Weed Spark Your Sex Life, with sex educator Ashley Manta.
April likes… Last Day Produced by two women who’ve lost brothers to overdose, season one of this reported podcast explores the many factors affecting our country addiction crisis. It’s honest, it’s heartbreaking, but it’s hopeful—even funny at times. Just like grief.
Ellen likes… How I Built This, hosted by Guy Raz. How I Built Resilience with Jennifer Neundorfer of January Ventures, an investment firm focused on entrepreneurs often under-represented in business including women & people of color.
How to do the pot… Natural MD Radio, hosted by Aviva Romm, MD. Episode 129, Cannabis & Period Pain: Can It Really Help?
April likes… Everything is the Best, hosted by Pia Baroncini. Everything is the Best is an expert guide to simply- not feeling so alone. Pia asks her guests, “how did you go from 0 to yacht” in an attempt to get real, get vulnerable, and find those common denominators that connect us all.
Ellen likes… 3 Righteous Mamas, hosted by three all-American moms, a Latina, Muslim, and Queer mom, who met after the 2016 election. They interview special guests and talk about how to make the world a better place for ALL our kids.
How to do the pot… Enhance Your Life, hosted by Jonathan Small. The High Guide co-founders talk about demystifying cannabis and creating a community of like-minded women.
Ellen likes… Happier, hosted by Gretchen Rubin. She is HAPPIER, and she wants you to be happier too. Gretchen brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast.
Headspace Radio, Take a few moments to step out of the internal chatter and external noise. We’ll pause and reflect to consider what brings us together in this shared human condition and how we can live a life that best reflects our limitless potential.
Podcasts for Work, “When I’m going to meet someone new or if I’m looking to research a new company or something new, I just search in my podcast app for the person’s name or their company, and it is truly so incredible to be able to listen to an entrepreneur speak about their own vision.”
April likes… Women Belong in the House, hosted by Jenny Kaplan. She seeks to understand the state of gender representation in office and asks how Congress would change if it looked more like the people it represents.
Land of the Giants: The Netflix Effect, hosted by Peter Kafka and Rani Molla. Netflix now has nearly 200 million subscribers, and the biggest companies in media and tech are racing to catch up. The hosts examine the unique ways the company has disrupted entertainment and completely changed the way we watch TV.
Speaking of Sex, hosted by Chris and Charlotte, your guides into the complex terrain of sexuality, and each episode equips you with erotic knowledge and know-how so you can experience more pleasure, joy and connection.
April likes…The Missing Crypto Queen, Hosted by Jamie Bartlett. A crypto-currency Ponzi scheme allegedly perpetrated by a woman who has disappeared with $15B.
Ellen likes…On the Media, Hosted by Brooke Gladstone. An interview with Dahvi Waller, the creator of FX’s Emmy Award-winning limited series “Mrs. America” on the near-passage of the ERA in the 1970s and the preeminent voice of the opposition, Phyllis Schlafly (played by Cate Blanchett).
How to do the pot…Planted w/ Sarah Payan, Hosted by Sara Payan. An ongoing conversation encompassing the vast world of cannabis, with a focus on education.
Ellen likes…In VOGUE: The 1990s. Hosted by Hamish Bowles & presented by Anna Wintour. The curators, stylists, and history-making designers from the decade that “the world took ownership of fashion.” How to do the pot…Small Doses with Amanda Seales, Side Effects of Cannabis with Fab 5 Freddy – Hip Hop Legend, Yo MTV Raps VJ, Producer of New Jack City & Director of Netflix’s The Grass is Greener.
April likes… Material World, Hosted by Bloomberg Reporters Jenny Kaplan & Lindsey Rupp dive into the “consumer universe” including a 2-part series on “How Climate Change Affects What You Buy.”
Ellen likes… How to Save a Planet, Hosted by Alex Blumberg and Dr. Ayana Johnson. What do we need to do to solve the climate crisis, and how do we get it done? How to do the pot… The Sustainability & Cannabis Podcast, developed by Contempo Packaging, the company invites cannabis professionals to share – in 2 minutes – progressive solutions with other business owners.
April likes… Disgraceland, hosted by Jake Brennan. A music and true crime podcast about musicians getting away with murder and behaving very badly.
Ellen likes… Unfinished Biz, hosted by VMG Partners. Healthy snack company Bitsy’s recently welcomed actor & activist Gabrielle Union as a co-founder and talk about their mission, as three moms, to offer nutritious kids’ food to all families.
How to do the pot… Blunt Blowin’ Mama, hosted by Shonitria Anthony. Episode 57: On medicating with cannabis during pregnancy & having an understanding doctor, with cannabis advocate MsKindness.
April likes…Nice White Parents, From NY Times & Serial and hosted by Chana Joffe-Walt, this series details one community’s attempt to integrate a neighborhood school a decade after Brown v. Board of Education.
Ellen likes…The Michelle Obama Podcast, Hosted by Michelle Obama. Michelle brings her grace & charm to conversations with her husband and other notable Americans.
How to do the pot…From Pot to Popular, Hosted by Rosie Mattio. An inside look into how leading entrepreneurs, executives, and journalists are bringing cannabis into the mainstream.
April likes…Foundering by Bloomberg Technology, Host: Ellen Huet, A pull-no-punches post-mortem on WeWork, which took in more VC money ($5 billion) than ALL women founders in all industries combined ($3.5 billion). Sigh.
Ellen likes…The New Yorker: Fiction, Host: Deborah Treisman, Contemporary writers read and discuss their favorite fiction stories from the magazine’s archives.
How to do the pot…Cannabis Economy, Host: Seth Adler, Wana Brands CEO Nancy Whiteman talks about bringing edibles to eight states in the U.S.
ELLEN LIKES…Just Between Us with Allison & Gaby. Home Renovation with This Old House’s Kevin O’Connor, Adjusting to Mental Stability and Compatibility. The stress and joy of home improvement, and climate change’s impact on housing.
HOW TO DO THE POT…What I Know from Inc. Magazine, hosted by Christine Lagorio-Chafkin. Rosie Mattio of Mattio Communications talks about founding one of the fastest growing marketing firms in the U.S. and its focus on the cannabis industry.
April likes…1619, produced by The New York Times and hosted by Nikole Hannah- Jones. A chronological narrative that is exhaustive in its cause-and-effect investigation of slavery in America.
Ellen likes…Call Your Girlfriend, hosted by Ann Friedman & Aminatou Sow, Media Reckoning: On the conflict between outward facing antiracist messaging (ads, content, “solidarity” statements) and internal office behavior.
April likes…Broken Record; Hosted by Rick Rubin & Malcolm Gladwell. Interviews with wide range of musicians. This episode w/ Flea helped absolve much of my mommy guilt/shame. (Wyclef Jean is a great listen, too.)
Ellen likes…Cassandra Daily; hosted by Nina Rupp; Weekly trend report on Millennial & Gen Z consumers.
How to do the pot…Weed Week hosted by journalists Alex Halperin & Donnell Alexander. Join me tonight at 5:10pmPT for @weedweeknews IG LIVE 10min chat on stress
April likes…Women Belong in the House, hosted by Jenny Kaplan. Discussion of societal challenges that have kept women from participating in politics enmass and the impact it’s had on policy (politics is not a normal topic for me to tune in for…)
Ellen likes…Recording Artists from the Getty, hosted by Helen Molesworth. What does it mean to be a woman and an artist and a partner and a mother? Explore the lives on six women artists – Alice Neel, Lee Krasner, Betye Saar, Helen Frankenthaler, Yoko Ono & Eva Hesse.
How to do the pot…Casually Baked, hosted by Discover how and why people like you are adopting a cannabis for wellness lifestyle.