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5. That Sober Guy

That Sober Guy Podcast was created by Producer Shane Ramer. Shane battled a 17 year alcohol and drug addiction and in 2013 sought treatment. Less than a year later, he started That Sober Guy Podcast as a way to share his own recovery and allow others to share theirs. Today, TSG is one of the top recovery podcasts with millions of downloads across multiple continents. Shane resides with his family in Northern California. Check out TSG at


4. Soberish (Explicit)

Jessa Reed presents her show named Soberish that focuses on, “All things drugs, addiction, consciousness, and the nature of reality”. Jessa brings perspective back to reality through her words and that certainly echos to her 100+ subscribers. The ‘Meth-Head Podcast’ started early in 2019, closely approaching a year, with over 49 hours of listening content that spans over 45 different episodes. As much as we love Reed’s readings, we want to make all potential listeners aware that anyone who is easily offended should maybe pass on this as explicit content is used throughout. Soberish is available on Player FM at the following URL: 


3. The Bubble Hour

The Bubble Hour, presented by Jean dedicates itself to breaking down the walls of stigma and denial surrounding the disease of alcoholism. Jean herself is a recovered alcohol addict and also runs a blog, “Pickles”. On the show, Jean interviews other people who have suffered similar experiences and hardships and how they’ve overcome their difficulties during recovery and treatment. Share your story or get involved with the Bubble Hour on Blog Talk Radio’s website.



2. SoberPodcasts

SoberPodcasts is one of the leading sobriety podcast platforms that’s currently available online. Their motto is simple, “Our mission is simple – to bring you powerful recovery stories and topics so you can jump start and regenerize from alcohol addiction or drug addiction.” Available for download on iTunes and with over 174 podcast episodes available you’ll be spoiled for choice for which episodes to listen to next. Jason and Charlie allow callers to call in regarding any hot topics they’re discussing and ask listeners for which topics they want them to cover in future episodes to come. Why not have your say and get involved? Again, a pattern seems to be emerging and user disgretion needs to be applied as these podcasts may contain strong language and mature content.


1. Sober Nation

Sober Nation is presented by Jonathon Slyvestor brought to you by Sober Engine offers so much more than just your average podcast. Fun-filled and readily available on other platforms such as YouTube, iTunes and Spotify. Sober Nation boasts others resources such as stories, videos, articles and a community build up around sobriety. In their podcasts, these range from episode to episode, but fundamentally interview people who suffered with addiction and how their story played out. The key principle that resonates is the focus around how sobriety helped fuel people and their lives, defining them as who they are today – a better version of themselves.