It very much depends on your areas of interest. On health topics I follow those that are specific to my health issues, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Nadir Ali, Ivor Cummings, Dr. Paul Mason, Dave Feldman, Diet Doctor, and others promoting the keto/carnivore diet.
I am very interested in evolutionary biology and listen to the Dark Horse podcast (Bret Weinstein), and to Gad Saad (evolutionary psychology). I usually have a go at The Portal (Eric Weinstein) although much of that is above my pay grade.
I listen to the Rebel Wisdom podcasts, and John Vervaeke on the crisis in meaning making (heavy duty). I loved the Jordan Peterson series, and hope to see him back in good health soon. I am interested in Daniel Schmachtenberger and Jordan Hall. I also enjoy James Lindsay, Helen Pluckrose and Peter Boghossian of Grievance Studies fame. I will listen to anything by Jonathan Haidt. Coleman Hughes has recently been added to my list, as has Zuby.
Benjamin Boyce has some very open-minded interviews on his podcast.There are some interesting interviews on Triggernometry, although their daily livestreams have too much of the kind of wit that is not likely to please most people.
There is more than enough to keep this pensioner intellectually fed. I also regularly sign up for a MOOC of interest. At present I am working my way through a Futurelearn course on the molecular biology of ageing, a lot of which is also above my pay grade, but still interesting enough to keep me committed to completing the course.