Is it me or does it seem like podcasts have been around forever? A podcast is defined as series of digital audio or video files which you can download and listen to. It is often available for subscription, so that new episodes are automatically downloaded to your phone, tablet or computer.
While YouTube was the hot thing two years ago, last year was the year of the podcast and it seems that everyone who was anyone had one. I got into podcasts in a big way last year and ended up subscribing to over 20 different ones. They are perfect for listening to while I work from home and I now have my favourites that I listen to on a regular basis.
What can I say about this podcast? It is beyond funny and so on point that you find yourself either laughing out loud or nodding your head vigorously. It is a fun and honest podcast hosted by four ladies who discuss anything and everything. From relationships to everyday life experiences, there is no stone left unturned.
This is one of my favourite podcasts; Sherryl Blu and Janice Miss Mad News have really nailed it with their hilarious commentary. Tea & Biscuit covers news, entertainment and everything in between; you can expect raw but candid conversation from these two very opinionated ladies.
Another blog that covers the latest in pop culture. 2 Girls and a Mic is hosted by Lala from the award winning The Lala Report and Ms SheTalks. They cover everything from entertainment, news and social issues which also includes the hilarious Shady Corner where they nominate a person who has disgraced themselves that week.
This podcast is described as ‘three women, one hour and a whole load of badass’. Each episode reflects on hard hitting topics and current affairs. It is hosted by Harriet Minter, Natalie Campbell and Emma Sexton and they are some seriously opinionated ladies who do not hold back on their views.
Yvette, CynTea and Jessica Perry bring you the week’s most jarring, idiotic and sometimes insightful topics in pop culture, music and current affairs. These ladies have wonderful chemistry and energy and I love the way they switch seamlessly from hard hitting political issues to trivial ones such as the latest goings on in trashy TV.