With so much more time on our hands to walk, clear out our rooms, and lie in bed staring at the wall, here are some podcasts to soundtrack your lockdown life. Continue reading Podcasts for the Soul
Having never really listened to podcasts before, I decided recently to start listening to Shagged, Married, Annoyed by Chris and Rosie Ramsey, and, frankly, I am so glad I did. This podcast is primarily based around relationships and the things that annoy you about your other half. Even though I may not be married with a child, it is still very relatable. Continue reading In The Pod: Shagged Married Annoyed
In the midst of the current lockdown situation, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the wealth of uncertainty; and without much social interaction, isolation can start to feel, well quite isolating. So, as they form a large element within my own quarantine routine, I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite podcasts to hopefully brighten up those isolation blues. Continue reading In the Pod: Recommended Podcasts
When journalists Dolly Alderton (Exeter alumna) and Pandora Sykes began their pop-culture and current affairs podcast, The High Low, in 2017 it is possible they underestimated the following they would gain from the expanding popularity of the show. With 111 recorded episodes and an average listenership of 250,000 people per week, the pair’s undeniable success has led them to this current UK tour. “The High Low Experience”, which I had the fortune to attend at the Barbican Centre in London, brings together the high-end and low-brow topics that the podcast has become known for.
Continue reading Review: “The High Low Experience”