4 Podcasts I'm Loving at the Moment

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Happy Sunday everyone! What are your plans for the day? It looks like it's actually going to be pretty sunny here, so I'm hoping to get out for a nice walk as well as spending some time with my family. One of my fave things to do on a Sunday is catch up on podcasts. Podcasts are a fairly recent obsession of mine, but I absolutely love them. They're perfect for listening to on your commute or popping on as a background noise while you tidy up or cook dinner.

So today I thought I'd share with you 4 podcasts that I'm loving at the moment. You'll probably sense a bit of a theme - they're all produced by badass lady bosses who are killing it so they are such a good source of inspiration too!

The PanDolly Podcast

The PanDolly podcast is hosted by Style's Fashion Features Editor Pandora Sykes and dating columnist Dolly Alderton and there is a new episode every Friday. They discuss everything from politics to fashion and it always feels like you're just listening in on a chat with a couple of gal pals. The episodes are usually about half an hour long and I love listening to this one on the bus into work in the mornings.

The Unsorry Podcast

As a member of the editorial team for Unsorry Magazine, I might be a little bit biased with this one, but I bloody love The Unsorry Podcast. It's hosted by mega-babes Sam Sparrow and Lea Rice and they discuss all of the big important stuff like feminism, friendships and body image in a totally relatable and down to earth way. The girls are genuine, to the point and quite often hilarious - a must listen if you appreciate a no-bullshit approach to life.

GLAMOUR Presents: Hey It's OK

I've loved GLAMOUR magazine for as long as I can remember - it's a magazine that I have read pretty consistently for at least a decade. This podcast is fairly new and is hosted by GLAMOUR's editor Jo Elvin and various members of her team, who are joined by a different celeb each week. They chat about all of the burning questions that have got the office talking that week, including everything from food guilt to breaking up with a friend.

Ctrl Alt Delete

I'm sure you've all heard about this one by now, but I couldn't write a post about the podcasts I love without mentioning Emma Gannon's Ctrl Alt Delete. Emma has interviewed a whole variety of creative types and the conversation involves discussions about their careers, the role the Internet and social media has played in their lives and where they find their inspiration. Now on it's 37th episode, you're bound to find a name you love in the archives and I promise you'll feel way more motivated after giving it a listen.

What podcasts are you loving? What do I need to get downloading for my commute?