Whether you are new to the world of podcasts or need a new series to binge on your commute to work then look no further. We have compiled a list of our top pick podcasts for all your moods and interests- including podcasts for foodies, comedy fans and all of your current affairs needs.
Author Malcolm Gladwell, examines the way the passage of time changes and enlightens our understanding of the world around us. Drawing unexpected conclusions from obscure events to well known moments in history. A gripping and moving podcasts that really makes you think not only about the past but how moments that are happening now can affect society. We binged on season 1, 2 and 3 and season 4 has just been released.
This political podcast will give you all the highlights of those news stories you may have missed in American politics today, as Amy Siskind highlights the abnormalities that are present in America. Siskind co-founded The New Agenda, a women’s advocacy organisation, whilst you may also know her as the author of The List. Episodes are generally an hour long and give an insightful analysis into current affairs in America today.
Hosted by Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson, this podcast is a live comedy show set in Brooklyn. Along with their fav comedians, Jessica and Phoebe leave no topic unturned. From stories on sex, race, hair journeys and literally anything else you can think of, this is one podcast you cannot miss. 2 Dope Queens finished in November 2018, but that does not mean you can’t tune in now for your comedy fix.
In the Third Person is a Spotify original hosted by Mike Skinner and Murkage Dave. Five half an hour episodes will give you an insight into the lives of some well-known British creatives including Liam Gallagher, Alexa Chung and Jamal Edwards. This podcast is perfect if you’ve got a half hour to spare. Laid back, informative AND funny. Make.more.episodes!
The British comedian and actor, Adam Buxton, invites you to listen in on his interviews with the likes of Louis Theroux, Caitlin Moran and Charlie Brooker. Do not freak out at the extensive archive ranging from 2015 to now, it just means you have more choice to pick the interviews you REALLY want to dedicate your time to. Conversations cover both the cultural and the personal and his hosting skills are known to be faultless as Buxton asks what we want to hear the most.
You are warned not to listen to this podcast on an empty stomach. This weekly podcast hosted by Venetia Falconer invites special guests to chat about their life with food. From childhood dishes, to death row dinners this podcast seeks to highlight the passion food brings to the world, but also how her guest’s relationship with food can affect their lives. This podcast handles the complex relationship we have with food in an honest and positive way.
This hilarious and honest podcast is hosted by Milena, Tolly T and Audrey. These women explore love, relationships and family through drawing on their own experiences as they become agony aunts who have an unfiltered debate on how the problems in each episode can be solved. Posted every Wednesday, this podcast alternates between long and short episodes. Brilliantly blunt, entertaining and wise, The Receipts is one we cannot get enough of.