I’ve been burning through the Podcasts of late…

I have been spending a lot of time lately listening to Podcasts. I usually always have music in my ears or the tv going in the background when I’m at home, but over the last month or two I’ve been filling my brain with some Podcasts.

Above is a screenshot of my latest ‘shows’. I have ditched Netflix for a while (horror!) and have been pumping out these Podcasts. I have found them so interesting and I enjoy the idea of being able to multi-task at the same time. I can get all the housework done, or make a trip driving somewhere much more interesting.

It all started with S-Town. I was sucked in by that story. I loved it. Then I went to Serial and listened to the two mini-series stories there. I particularly loved Invisibilia. The girls were good to listen to and their stories were great. Then I followed through with all the others in the photo above, and my latest is the TED Radio Hour. That is so varied and really gets you thinking. I like that kind of thing.

Have you got any other I should add to my list? I really like the interesting stuff, not so much the chit chat, or comedy stuff. There are some voices on a few Podcasts I have flicked to that I find hard to listen to. I’ve also done a few episodes of ‘The Way I Heard It With Mike Rowe’ and these are short 6 minute stories (which are great!), but for some reason his voice makes me shuffle and feel uncomfortable…! I have had to pause that one for a while.

I’d love to hear about what you’re in to!

♥ KC.

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  • Rebecca Hendricks says:

    I see a trend here! Haha! True crime!! I found the mike Rowe one boring if I’m honest, the stories just didn’t grab me.
    I love love love happier with Gretchen Ruben it just changes your framework of thinking into a more positive way without being trite or condescending.
    I also LOVE bitch sesh which is sooooo funny if you’re a fan of the housewives franchise.

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  • Kylie Wood says:

    I’m loving Trace and recently discovered Australian True Crime.
    You might like Tall Tales and True- a mix of stories based on “everyone has a story” including the lead detective on the Falconio case
    Thanks for sharing your list!

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  • Vicki says:

    Hi Katrina,
    I too have ditched the movie/tv watching for Podcast listening. I work from home making costumes so spend alot of time by myself. I have most of the ones you have shown with the exception of Australian true crime so I will look that up.
    My very favorite podcast is an Australian ABC one. Conversations with Richard Fidler. Incredibly random topics that I always give a go and consequently listen to stuff that I never thought would interest me. Amazing stuff! (And no ads)
    I also like Heres the thing with Alec Baldwin and Young House Love have a podcast.
    Vicki

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  • Kylie Starling says:

    U certainly have a “type” hehe Do love a good podcast

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  • Sarah Grenfell says:

    I’ve been listening to Zoe Sugg- At home with.
    The Mindful Kind,
    Design 101.
    Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert- she is amazing.
    Just to name a few.

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  • Steph Swain says:

    I love Casefile and think it would be right up your alley if you like Australian True Crime and Beyond Reasonable Doubt 🙂

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  • Felicity Aloisio says:

    Just finished listening to Trace. Now I’m listening to S* town

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  • Kellie Bousfield says:

    Conversations with Richard Fidler – The Minefield – Late night live – Big Ideas – The philosophers zone – all Radio National. I love them. I listen to podcasts at least two hours every night – absolutely love them …

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  • Anissa Kean says:

    I don’t want to sound dumb, but what is a podcast. This coming from someone who just learnt about emojis

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  • Charmaine Char Size says:

    You need to listen to Short and Curly and mums who hustle they are a couple of my faves. Gretchen Rueben is another.

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  • Kristy Somerville says:

    Tales Tall and True. Awesome highly recommend.

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  • Chris Goodall says:

    The creative push. Gretchen Rubin. Elise gets crafty. The possibilitarian podcast with Kelly Rae.

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  • Amelia Graves says:

    Mama Mia outloud
    Mama Mia no filter

    Great girls talking about everyday topics
    Feels like a conversation with friends

    New eps dropped weekly

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  • Tanya Angus says:

    Guy Raz from the Ted Radio Hour has another one called How I Built This – he interviews entrepreneurs about how they when from nothing to millions/billions. I love that one. I also really like Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History, although I think the first season was better than the current second season – particularly Carlos Can’t Remember, Food Fight and My Little Hundred Million (trilogy on education system/elite US universities). Looking forward to reading through these comments to get some other recommendations!!

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  • Megan Vitale says:

    ‘My dad wrote a porno’ – it’s hilarious!

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  • Andrea King says:

    Francisca Wilson might be some new ideas here for you.

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  • Jodie Nicholson says:

    If you like true crime, these are pretty good.
    Someone Knows Something
    In The Dark
    Real Crime Profile
    Criminal

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  • Carly Findlay Morrow says:

    I do one! Refreshmentsprovided.com:) would love to know what you think! Thanks for your recs 🙂

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  • Melinda Hunter says:

    Talking with Painters

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  • Alicia Hutton says:

    Tim ferris Show
    Glambition radio
    My must listens every week !

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