Podcast Spotlight: Looking For A New Show To Listen To? Here’s What’s New In Podcasts This Week!

With so many podcasts being made today, it’s hard to keep up. Luckily, with the help of iHeartRadio’s Podcast Spotlight, you can find something new to listen to that matches your interests, too! Here’s the latest on iHeartRadio podcasts, seasons and episodes:

If UFOs and the possibility of extraterrestrial lifeforms excite you, check out iHeartRadio’s new podcast, “Strange Arrivals.” Executive produced by Aaron Mahnke and hosted by writer and podcaster Toby Ball, this show explores what is considered the most famous UFO encounter of all time. On the night of September 19th and early morning of September 20th, 1961, Betty and Barney Hill journeyed from Montreal, Quebec, to their New Hampshire home. As they drove through the White Mountains, they saw a light that appeared to be moving in the sky. That light was just the beginning of the most famous UFO sighting in history. Through interviews, archival tapes and transcripts of the couple’s hypnosis sessions, Ball looks for the truth behind this tale and tries to answer the question: Were Betty and Barney Hill actually kidnapped by aliens?

Or, if you’re hoping for some spooky fiction, check out another new iHeartRadio podcast, “Light House.” This show tells the story of a girl named Tara and her family who move to a new home called Light House. Gradually, Tara comes to realize the darkness that dwells inside the home—one that will tear her family apart and haunt her for the rest of her life. The first episode of this 10-part podcast is available on iHeartRadio today, so head on over to check it out...if you dare.

And last but not least, we’ve got the perfect pick for all the Beatles fans out there. Check out “John Lennon - Part 1: Composer of Longing,” a new episode from the iHeartRadio podcast “Personology.” In this two-part episode, host Dr. Gail Saltz explores the early life of John Lennon and reveals how trauma from his childhood may have inspired his creative songwriting and desire for world peace. Check out this new episode and others from “Personology” to learn more about what propelled historical figures into greatness.

Check back next week for new podcasts, seasons and episodes that you won’t want to miss!