Choosing a new podcast is like choosing your new Netflix obsession - tough, because you're going to be in for the long haul. Overwhelming, because there's so many to choose from. Exciting, because with the breadth of the podcast offering at the moment, there's bound to be something that will be the perfect fit.
Forget endlessly scrolling or reading reviews on the newest and best podcasts, we've done the hard work so you don't have to.
The Happiness Lab
Yale professor Dr Laurie Santos has changed the lives of thousands of people by using her latest scientific research and own personal stories to show people that having more money, a better job and Instagram-worthy vacations will not make you any happier in the long run.
This thirty minute podcast will share some inspiring stories that will help change your mindset on the meaning of happiness.
Fashion No Filter
Fashion journalists, Camille Charriere and Monica Ainley provide us with a unique look into how the world of fashion operates through their popular podcast, Fashion No Filter. They chat about trends that have caught their eye and whose style is currently influencing them. Additionally, they interview fascinating industry insiders about their life in the fashion world, their career to date and everything in between. Particular favourite guests include photographer, Tommy Ton and actress, Susan Sarandon.
How Did We Get Here?
Claudia Winkleman and clinical psychologist Tanya Byron have created a podcast to help identify the struggles of real-life parents and family members by inviting them in and listening to their stories in an unscripted session. Whilst Claudia listens, Tanya is unlocking the everyday issues and providing advice to help resolve the issues that many parents or families may be dealing with.
With a range of different topics such as parental estrangement to raising disabled children, the unique combination between Claudia and Tanya will help these families and many more come up with solutions for the future. An emotional podcast that is definitely worth a listen.
Something Rhymes With Purple
We are all guilty for using words such as “nice” and “good” multiple times throughout the day but by listening to the podcast Something Rhymes with Purple hosted by Gyles and Susie, we will learn words we never even knew existed to help us adapt new vocabulary into our everyday speech.
Spend 20 minutes each Tuesday learning something new from the podcast you never knew you needed.
To Live And Die In LA
This podcast will definitely keep you awake on your commute to work in the mornings.
Rolling Stones journalist Neil Strauss follows the case of Adea Shabani, an aspiring actress and model who disappeared from her Hollywood apartment in 2018. Neil aims to help her family get some answers.
From the moment Adea disappeared and with each twist and turn in the search to find her, you will be there for each moment as the story is delicately told about her disappearance.