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ASD-Friendly Podcasts!

Podcasts are terrific. Many of us use them as a welcome point of focus and a deeply satisfying social experience. Bonus: People leave you blissfully alone while you listen the day away.

Podcasts allow you to mainline all the reliable, comforting voices you want as they deliver the new info you crave. You can listen to the same episode or segment of an episode over and over as many times as you like and no one will ask you why or to turn it down or when you’re going to listen to something else.

Here, in no particular order, is a selection of podcasts made by autistic adults for autistic adults. Each should be available through your favourite podcast provider (such as iTunes, PodBean, Stitcher, Spotify, etc.)

Support autistic art and enterprise by subscribing and sharing your faves. As always, if something is missing from the list, let us know asap and we’ll see what we can do.

As with all our resources, this page will be updated periodically. Check back to see what’s new!

Them Aspergers

Nicki & Scarlett  — one recently diagnosed and the other for over 7 years — talk about life on the spectrum.

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This Podcast Has Autism

Bran and Marci host a place where autistic people can be heard.


AAC Town

Just because we don’t speak doesn’t mean we have nothing to say.



Not Neurotypical

Host Laura Zdan talks about juggling the complexities of mental health, being a mom to 3 younger children, and #actuallyunmasking.

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A place to talk about human rights in the context of neurodiversity. Hosted by Anne Borden King.



1800 Seconds on Autism

A funny and enlightening podcast about thinking differently. Hosts Robyn Steward and Jamie Knight.


Actually Autistic

Fun and informative interviews and stories featuring fascinating Autists who do cool stuff.


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Mind Your Autistic Brain

Carole Jean Whittington shares the voices, stories and journeys of other late-identified autistic adults.


St. Elsewhere

Film, television, and pop culture from an #ActuallyAutistic perspective.



Exploring Different Brains

Discussions on neurodiversity in general. Hosted by Hackie Reitman, M.D., author of Aspertools.

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The Autistic Me Podcast

Reflections on life with autism and more by C. S. Wyatt.




Spectrumly Speaking

Focusing on autistic women’s experiences. Hosted by Katherine Cody, Psy.D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS.


Spectrum of Possibilities

Comedian Monique Moreau  and Amanda Tendler discuss autistic life.


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Autistic Flappy Hour

Three friends host one-hour episodes on autism-related subjects. 





Dedicated to neurodiversity, shifting perceptions, and changing the conversation about all forms of neurodivergence. Hosted by Alex Kronstein,


The Yenn Purkis Autism Show

Yenn Purkis – autistic and non-binary author and advocate – talks to guests about all things autism and neurodiversity.

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Aspie Cast

Topics of interest to autistic listeners from a personal point of view.



The Self Advocate

Alison Klein talks with people with cognitive disabilities who advocate for themselves.


Autistic experiences and other conversational topics by Onikage and guests.


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Audible Autism

Giving voice to autistic people from our own internal perspective.



Not Weird, Just Autistic

Hosted by J.R. Reed, an autistic adult who was diagnosed in his 40s. 

30 thoughts on “ASD-Friendly Podcasts!

  1. Actually Autistic Blogs List says:

    Below are more podcasts for you to add to this page:

    St Elsewhere (stelsewhereblog.wordpress.com)

    The Autistic Me (tameri.com/wordpress/autisticme/)

  2. Actually Autistic Blogs List says:

    Would you like to add to this page a new podcast Katherine May is starting called “Normal” (electricityofeverylivingthing.com/normal-podcast/)?

    • GenXAspie says:

      Yes, thank you. Not every podcast makes the shortlist and it takes time to review each suggestion. Suggestions remain here in the comments for discovery.

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