Designed for and dedicated to reminding listeners not to suffer bull-sh*t or waste their time with insecurities, Under The Bodhi Tree is a brilliantly relatable, refreshing and honest look at what really matters in life, and what it takes to find true happiness and self-belief.
The Third World Gaijins, otherwise known as The TWG, host this uniquely topical, global conversation podcast, and it proves to be one that touches on a number of topics that the vast majority of other shows tend to steer away from. Though only a couple of episodes in, the two hosts – from India and … Continued
Written and performed by best-selling author and singer-songwriter Kelsey Henry, Growing Up Roadschooled is a unique audio-book series and podcast that offers a welcomed hit of escapism for music and story fans alike.
For any and all dreamers and hard-workers who want a little more of a look into the realities of self-employment, or – in other words – How to thrive and survive the ugly statistics of small business failure rates – This is the place to be.
Precisely the kind of podcast and project we like to see thrive – Ella Gancarz hosts this uniquely inquisitive deep-dive into life for indie artists in London.
An indie podcast with an interesting angle – Minddog TV actively encourages its audience to exercise independent free thinking.
Select any one of the 14 episodes already available online, and you’ll be immediately immersed in a conversation that details the specific data from behind the scenes of some of the most successful and fastest rising companies from across the globe.
The UK’s own Toby Gribben hosts the radio show Toby On A Thursday, broadcasted live every Thursday between 3 and 6pm, on Cheshire’s Shout Radio.
In light of the recent tragic murder of George Floyd, black conservative and activist Horace Cooper joins the show to discuss the subsequent riots and related historical events throughout a revealing fifty-minute episode.
His authenticity and integrity stand tall throughout. For those with a passion for sports as well as equality and justice, Wendell’s World & Sports strikes a likable balance.
Digging deep into the stories that reveal the most morally corrupt & emotionally warped individuals, episodes tackle a plethora of somewhat untold real-life events that are certain to hold your attention & leave you feeling notably unsettled.
One of the most refreshing & easy to get into podcasts from the motivational or inspirational categories. Rather than simply relaying half-pondered monologues, Mimi clearly takes her time to plan & structure her show, and the guests featured throughout seem consistently real, compassionate & inspiring, in a natural way.