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RECENT PODCAST EPISODES I’VE ENJOYED

RECENT PODCAST EPISODES I’VE ENJOYED

So behind with my fav podcast episodes… I can’t remember all the ones I’d hoped to share except these goodies.

Dispatch To A Friend is a series of letters between Annabelle Hickson and Gillian Bell, who I had the pleasure of meeting last year at France with The Flo Show. Both of them made such an impression on me, from the second I met them. In episode 7, you can hear Gillian’s tales of her trip to Denmark and it was so moving to learn all the traditions of the party she attended. This whole series is such a celebration of friendship. I’m in love with all the episodes I’ve heard so far. Each one is a peek into their lives, so charming told.

Holly-Marie Cato is a friend I’ve made through Instagram… her talent is way beyond her years, her attitude to life and creativity is inspiring and her laugh is infectious. I’m lucky enough to have spent time with her and heard many of her stories in person, but I still enjoyed her chatting on the Dreamer’s Disease with Alex Manzi – hear Holly’s journey and thoughts on photography and beyond. It’s wonderful.

Loving the Unpopped series, which was a recommendation from The High Low – particularly enjoyed the Bridget Jones discussion and rather randomly, the One Direction episode was fascinating, as I know little about all the conspiracy theories.

And finally, Sara Tasker has a new podcast with Jen Carrington called Letters From A Hopeful Creative – the Instagram episode is excellent – an honest practical conversation. I agree with everything they said! Look forward to hear more from these ladies.

That’s all for now! Happy listening.


If you’d like more suggestions, take a look at previous posts and do share any recommendations you think I might like.

 

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