10 Podcast Recommendations

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Going for a Sunday stroll? Listen to a podcast. 🚶‍♀️ On your morning commute? Listen to a podcast. 🚗 Chilling out at home? Listen to a podcast. 🏠

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10 podcasts

10 podcasts

10 Podcast Recommendations

Podcasts are perfect for just about any occasion under the sun.

Going for a Sunday stroll? Listen to a podcast. 🚶‍♀️

On your morning commute? Listen to a podcast. 🚗

Chilling out at home? Listen to a podcast. 🏠

But with over four million podcasts on Spotify, choosing the one that tickles your fancy can often take longer than the episode itself. So from comedy and entertainment to inspiration and information we’ve narrowed it down to ten of the best to save you the hassle. 🎙

  1. Staying Relevant

The first podcast on our list is none other than Staying Relevant, co-hosted by everyone’s favourite duo: Sam Thompson and Pete Wicks. The pair met in 2018 whilst they were contestants on Channel 4’s Celebs Go Dating and have been best mates ever since. 

Why do we love it?

As polar opposites with a love-hate relationship, you can’t help but chuckle at these two and have a soft spot for their bromance, quick-witted senses of humour, and shenanigans. In their podcast, they discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of showbiz and spill the beans on stories that they probably should have kept to themselves. 🤭

  1. The Diary of a CEO with Steven Bartlett

A podcast that has a special place in our heart is The Diary of a CEO with Steven Bartlett. An ultra-successful entrepreneur, Steven became the youngest dragon to appear on BBC One’s Dragons’ Den in 2021. 💰

So why do we love it?

With over two hundred episodes, his podcast features awe-inspiring guests who share the experiences that have shaped them into who they are today. These words of wisdom will leave you feeling inspired and that you can achieve anything you set your mind to. It’s also the most downloaded podcast in Great Britain to date. ⬆️

  1. Saving Grace 

The third podcast we couldn’t live without is Saving Grace by the TikTok sensation and Queen of oversharing, Grace Keeling (aka GKBarry). She answered our prayers when she announced that she was delving into the podcast world. 

Why do we love it? How long have you got? 😂

With a new episode out every Wednesday, no topic is off-limits as far as Grace is concerned. She revels in grilling her guests and quizzing them on all the nitty-gritty questions that no one else would dare to ask. All in all, her podcast is best described in two words: comedy gold. 

  1. Partners in Crime with Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling 

A great play on words, Partners in Crime does what it says on the tin. Hosted by true-crime lovers and real-life partners Laura Whitmore and Iain Stirling, this podcast is the best thing since sliced bread. 

Why do we love it?

As one of the most popular genres in the world of podcasts, it would have been rude not to include this one in our lineup. But be warned: some of the cases they cover are not for the faint-hearted. They even have a two-parter about America’s most notorious criminal mastermind twosome: Bonnie and Clyde. We highly recommend this podcast, but be prepared to get the heebie-jeebies. 😱

  1. The Mindset Mentor with Rob Dial 

Do you want to become the best version of yourself? 

Then we’ve got just the podcast for you: The Mindset Mentor. Rob Dial is a highly celebrated life coach and is an expert on all things personal growth. His podcast has had over one hundred million downloads. The facts speak for themselves. 📈

Why do we love it? 

If you want to boost your self-esteem, then look no further. Rob has uploaded 1200+ motivational episodes on topics such as how to deal with change, cope with stress, handle other people’s opinions, and be more productive (and everything in between!) So take notes. ✍️

  1. NearlyWeds

A personal favourite of ours is NearlyWeds by Sophie Habboo and Jamie Laing. The definition of couple goals and walking down the aisle in May of this year, the podcast follows them on the journey to saying ‘I do’ and details the trials and tribulations of getting married. 💍

Why do we love it?

Because you don’t need to be getting married to enjoy it. In fact, quite the opposite. Sophie and Jamie’s constant bickering, banter, and juicy details about their love life (some of which we have to admit are a bit TMI) are just a few reasons why we listen to it religiously each week. 👌

  1. Wrighty’s House 

The seventh podcast on our list is Wrighty’s House by footballing legend Ian Wright. Now retired, the former England star is a happy-go-lucky commentator for the beautiful game on BBC Sport and ITV Sport. ⚽️

Why do we love it?

A connoisseur of all things footy and a player who scored an impressive two hundred and eighty-seven goals during his career, there is no better person to share their thoughts on competitions such as the FA Cup and Premier League that have us in a chokehold. And with two episodes out a week, Ian regularly has special guests join him in discussing the ins and outs of football. 🏟

  1. Inner Monologue with Olivia Neill

Hosted by the one and only YouTube star Olivia Neill, Inner Monologue certainly lives up to its name. Using the episodes as free therapy sessions, she gives her listeners regular life updates and discusses relatable things that happen in your twenties. 🫣

Why do we love it?

It’s the highlight of our week when a new episode comes out on a Wednesday. Known for talking for Britain at 100mph, no two episodes of hers are the same. From reacting to her listeners’ deepest darkest secrets to offering advice on their dilemmas, if you’re looking for some brutally honest advice, Olivia is your girl. 🗣

  1. The Rest is History 

Do you want to impress your mates with your general knowledge the next time you compete in a pub quiz? Do you geek out on learning fun facts? Then The Rest is History podcast is just what you need. Hosted by historians Tom Holland and Dominic Sandbrook, the podcast covers anything from the infamous rulers of Ancient Egypt to the present day. 

Why do we love it?

Each episode is jampacked with information and will give you some interesting trivia on a range of different key events in history. Oh, and they also cover conspiracy theories from time to time. You learn something new every day. 🤩

  1. Not My Bagg

Not My Bagg is the gift that keeps on giving. Some of you may recognise brothers Joe and George from Channel 4’s Gogglebox. Known for their hilarious antics on the show, it only seems fair that they brought their own podcast out after leaving Gogglebox to keep their legacy alive. 

Why do we love it?

Both as open as a book, the pair talk about anything and everything and don’t hold back. And whilst they usually have a guest on their podcast each week, our favourite episodes are when it’s just the two of them. In a recent solo episode, they tried their luck at prank-calling celebrities. ☎️

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