16 JavaScript Podcasts to Listen to in 2020

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16 JavaScript Podcasts to Listen to in 2020

Good frontend developers read a lot.

Our fast-paced industry compels them to—especially when it comes to JavaScript.

But stepping away from the screen doesn’t mean you can’t keep learning:

It’s 2020, and top-notch podcasts are always three finger taps away!

Plus, their audio format lets you optimize time spent exercising, commuting, or cleaning up.

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Now the tricky part is, you guessed it, finding the right ones.

Good news is I already skimmed through the noise and found the signals.

I spent hours researching JavaScript podcasts for beginners and experts alike. I discarded all of the dead or sunsetted ones (LOTS of these). I hand-picked and sorted through the rest.

The result? 16 quality JS-related web shows you’ll draw value from.

Let’s get to it.

How these podcasts were selected

You’ll find all of our best JavaScript podcasts for 2018 below. But first, I wanted to share how exactly I built this list.

Podcast selection

  • Podcast must be still running—no dead or sunsetted shows.
  • Podcast doesn’t have to be strictly JS-related but should cover JavaScript regularly.
  • Podcast must have social proof (Google/iTunes rankings, featured in publications, personally recommended by seasoned developers).

List methodology

  • Ratings and stars are fetched from iTunes directly.
  • Description is fetched either from iTunes or official site.
  • Featured episode must be JS-related or recent + relevant to web development.
  • Featured review is fetched from iTunes when available. No negative reviews features—these shows made the list for a reason.
  • Podcast platforms linked to, when available, are Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, and Stitcher.


  • Use the comments to request addition of new shows or podcast platforms.

Note that I’ve added 3 framework-specific shows for Vue, React, Angular.

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