I'm not really a podcasty kind of person so the ones I listen to tend to have one thing in common; I know the people involved. Other than that, they run the gamut. Oh, come to think of it they all have something else in common. You can support them via Patreon.
Two Bards Podcast
The Two Bars Podcast is the brainchild of Scott C Brown and Andy Dopieralski. Scott is primarily a stage and screen actor but also does web design, film editing, and the diving of the scuba variety. Andy is a software test engineer by day, a voice actor, video editor, and repairer of vintage game consoles by night and weekend. The podcast is a sort of "stream of consciousness" thing talking about what's on their minds, their current projects, and what's going on in the world. Season it with answers to listeners' questions (and listener responses to their questions) and you have a podcast with over 250 episodes at the time of this writing. There are some epic rants that are well worth the hearing and the ooccasional guest (myself, a few times).
Odd Tonic Podcast
Jennifer Page and Maxwell Holcheck are the presenters of the Odd Tonic Podcast. Maxwell has a twenty-five year history in the tech industry and a background in film, and theatre production. Jennifer is a digital artist, actress, and part-time mermaid, among many other things. Their podcast, as the name may hint, deals with the outre. They've done episodes on things from the Emperor of the United States, to the grandmotherly ghost that lives in your basement, and everything in between. There's a very active Facebook community connected to the podcast.
Coddiwomple is an old English slang term defined as "To travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination." Matt Vancil; writer of novels, crafter of screenplays, drinker of tasty drinks (it's in all writers' contracts, or something). He also occasionally directs. The podcast almost always has a guest (frequently actor Nathan Rice) and follows a general format of "What are you reading", "What are you playing", "What are you doing", followed by questions from listeners. There are insights into the writer's process and past projects with which Matt has been involved, along with occasional peeks at current projects.