IowaPodcast.com is home base to three of Iowa’s hottest new podcasts: The Iowa Podcast, The Iowa Manufacturing Podcast, and The Iowa Agriculture Podcast. Each show is recorded from Iowa. By Iowans. With Iowans. And for Iowans.
Recorded right next to the Iowa State Capital in Des Moines’ East Village our shows offer a deep dive into all things Iowa. Whether you’re a current Iowan, an Iowa expat, or just want to be connected to our great state: these are the shows to keep you plugged in.
The Iowa Podcast
Iowa Manufacturing Podcast
IowaPodcast.com was started by podcaster, writer and former WHO Radio host Justin Brady. Brady has interviewed Presidential Candidates, Members of Congress, New York Times best selling authors, and the CEOs of Starbucks, Ancestry.com, and Hint to name a few. He has bylines in The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Washington Post, Des Moines Register and Cedar Rapids Gazette, to name a few.
Brady noticed a partisan problem in news, after creating what he refers to as a “data-driven opinion” format, the show set new records for the station. This is the model IowaPodcast.com is built on. Hard news can be respectful, objective and kind.
The Iowa Podcast is recorded in the Brady Dental Care Studio viewing the Iowa Capitol building. We encourage all listeners to check them out, sponsors keep our show running!
Guests enter underneath the large “505” metal awning on Grand. We’ve drawn a red box around it in the photo below.
505 E. Grand Avenue.
Des Moines, Iowa 50309
Metered street parking is available (you can pay via the ParkMobile app) or you may park in 3 parking garages within walking distance. The parking on Grand is free to the public, but a bit longer of a walk.
Newest interviews on IowaPodcast.com
- A new national organization founded in Iowa is protecting free enterprise all across America
- Why Iowans visit Story City annually to celebrate Scandinavian Heritage
- Recruiting and retaining employees through accessible healthcare
- Five day “camp” to prepare high schoolers for A.I. economy
- Iowa Cubs to invest $65 Million in renovations. “Cubbie Village” coming soon?
- New film about Iowa’s favorite ride debuts tomorrow