5 Podcasts That you Need to Listen to at Some Point in Your Life

Our Top 5 podcast recommendations you need to listen to.

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5 Podcasts That You Need to Listen To at Some Point in Your Life

Podcasts are a great way to not only be entertained, but also educated. For moments when you don’t have the time to sit down and relax while you watch TV or when you want something to distract you while you’re exercising, try listening to one of our recommendations.

In this episode of Tiddas 4 Tiddas, we meet Hannah Brontë. Hannah is a Wakka Wakka Yaegel woman born and raised in…

Posted by Mamamia Podcast Network on Saturday, 15 February 2020

Tiddas 4 Tiddas
Tiddas 4 Tiddas is a podcast created by Kamilaori and Dunghutti woman, Marlee Silva. This podcast is a platform dedicated to highlighting and celebrating the incredible work of Indigenous women around Australia. From actress Leah Purcell to the AFL’s General Manager of Inclusion and Social Policy Tanya Hosch, Tiddas 4 Tiddas takes you on an education journey that will leave you feeling inspired.

Shameless
A pop-culture podcast for smart people that love dumb things – need we say more? Hosted by two female Australian journalists, this podcast brings a refreshingly female voice to topical affairs. They provide news in fun and thought-provoking ways and are constantly finding ways to empower women to find their voices. This is a weekly favourite.

Casefile
Hosted by an anonymous Australian, Casefile is a true crime podcast that focuses upon a different crime each episode. They feature both Australian and international crimes and their slogan of ‘fact is scarier than fiction’ is shockingly true. Their popular episodes include Case 76: Silk Road (Part 1&2), as well as Case 53: The East Area Rapist 1976.

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I’m so excited to kick off my podcast on Wednesday—with Barack as my very first guest! We’ll be talking about our connections to our communities, particularly what our responsibilities are in this current moment. Throughout this first season, I’ll be having more conversations like this one with the people closest to me. My mother and brother stop by, as does my friend and mentor, Valerie Jarrett. You’ll also hear from many of my girlfriends, the women who’ve always been there with a shoulder to lean on, a perspective to think about, or simply an open line to vent to. In this time of social distancing, it’s more important than ever to invest in the relationships that make us who we are. And I hope the #MichelleObamaPodcast can be a place for you all to dig deeper inside your own lives and relationships, and start up some of these conversations with one another as well. I can’t wait for you all to listen starting on 7/29!

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The Michelle Obama Podcast
Michelle Obama’s latest project has been the launch of her podcast: The Michelle Obama Podcast. Each episode, Michelle brings in a special guest (someone who is close to her) to discuss topical affairs such as racism, the pandemic, marriage and mentors. In a refreshingly candid and honest podcast, Michelle Obama will walk you through all important stages of life (and yes, Barack Obama does make an appearance).

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My Dad Wrote a Porno
If you’re looking for some (many) laughs, this podcast has your name written all over it. Join Jamie Morton, and his two friends James Cooper and Alice Levine, as they read a different chapter every episode of, you guessed it, the porno book his dad wrote. This podcast has over 250 million downloads and it definitely lives up to the hype.

Whether you’re looking for crime stories, funny stories or inspiring stories, look no further than our list. Start catching up now, you don’t want to miss out.