The Joe Rogan Experience is hit or miss because he has some kooky guests, but I like the way he does a respectful interview in the form of a long back and forth discussion. He doesn't yell or talk over a guest he disagrees with, but rather allows them to make their point then politely disagrees. Being respectful of others' views is a very rare thing these days. His guests span the political spectrum. His interviews last for hours so they're good for long commutes.
Preet Bharara does interesting interviews on the US legal system.
Fresh Air is only good because Terry Gross is the best interviewer on the planet. I'll listen to Fresh Air even when the topic is something that I'd never in a million years be interested in.
I used to listen to the Ted Radio Hour but have mostly given up on it. Their production quality is good but they've moved towards guests that are either involved in some pseudo-science or wander off into conclusions that aren't based on facts and sound preachy.