#3 Coggles Top Podcasts
#1 In The Third Person
This 5 part series hosted by Mike Skinner of The Streets and mate Murkage Dave, sees the pair interview some high profile celebrities. From Oasis legend Liam Gallagher to fashion IT girl Alexa Chung the series features a selection of laid-back chats about life, learnings, laughs and anecdotes.
#2 The High Low
Weekly pop culture podcast The High Low is hosted by award winning journalists Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes. The pair chat openly about all that is the 21st century. From film releases to social media, celebrities and politics, you’ll feel as though you’ve just stuck the kettle on with your two best friends. If you haven’t listened to any episodes yet, you’re in for a treat with over two years of content to catch up on!
#3 Under The Skin with Russell Brand
The multi-talented, actor, comedian, author and activist Russell Brand plays host to come seriously impressive opinion leaders, academics and members of pop culture in his podcast Under the Skin. Discussing thought provoking and powerful topics mixed in with laughter and anecdotes the podcast welcomes guests from a variety of backgrounds. From comedians Lena Dunham and Richard Ayoade, to motivational speaker Jay Shetty and TV personality Fearne Cotton this is definitely a podcast that needs to be on your radar.
#4 BBC Radio 4 – Costing the Earth
Taking a frank look into the effect that the human race is having on our planet, BBC 4’s podcast Costing the Earth is is an important conversation starter. Looking into sustainability and the environmental impact of 21st century life, the podcast discusses topical issues including, fast fashion as well as methods of how we can end our over whelming plastic problem. We’d highly recommend this podcast if you’re looking for some inspiration on how to live a greener more eco-friendly life.
#5 Table Manners with Jessie Ware
Hosted by singer-songwriter Jessie Ware, Table Manners is a light hearted sit down with chef mum Helena, and a variety of celebrities from the world of music, culture and politics. Chatting about everything from food and family to everyday culture, the podcast takes place at Jessie’s mum’s kitchen table adding to the authenticity of the conversations. Previous guests have included, Loyle Carner, Yotam Ottolenghi and Sadiq Khan.