This is my third podcast recommendations post (click to read part one and part two). I keep finding new series to listen to when I’m travelling, washing dishes, in the bath or wherever else. If you think of any others I might like, please let me know in a comment or tweet!
With humour and good advice, Stevie and Tessa tackle topics faced by many people in their 20s. If you’re in Edinburgh this month, I’ve heard Tessa’s show is great too.
Recommended episode: How To Do Things That Scare You.
Listen if you like pop culture, feminist criticism and smart, funny women.
Recommended episode: Famous on the Internet, Broke IRL.
This new podcast shares insights into NT productions, theatre-making and key themes. The interviews, analysis and show clips are fascinating.
Recommended episode: The Majority.
I heard about this popular NPR show through The High Low. It’s now my top choice when I don’t feel up to reading the news but I want to stay informed.
Recommended episode: ‘I Was Somebody’s Mother’: Ariel Levy On Love And Loss.
In this show, the founder of Hopeful Traders interviews people working to create social impact about their projects.
Recommended episode: Cariad Lloyd – Homeless Period & Griefcast.
A great podcast for anyone working in communications, PR, marketing or small business.
Recommended episode: How to Grow a Community Around Your Content (and Why You Need to).
Hear Natasha Lipman and other interesting people talk about managing chronic illnesses, accessible work and more. You can read my interview with Natasha here.
Recommended episode: Claire Anscomb.
Essential financial advice for people of all ages. Give it a go.
Recommended episode: An Introduction to Life Stages.
Do you have any other suggestions?