For once I thought I would post something other than a weekly update!
When I walk to and from work or when I run I mostly listen to 1 of 2 things.
It’s either the Hamilton soundtrack (because I can’t get enough of it even when I listen to it on repeat for days!) or a podcast!
So today I’m going to tell you about a few of my favourites…
What it’s about: Relationship advice from Anna Faris and guests. Basically hilarious and often wild chats about Hollywood.
How I got into it: After watching parks and recreation and beginning to discover podcasts I searched for actors I was interested in hearing more from. Aubrey Plaza’s name popped up on unqualified, and as a massive fan of Chris Pratt and Anna Faris too I thought what could be better?!
Why you should listen: I love Anna’s relaxed chat and not so polished set up. I feel like you are sitting round a table with Anna and guests chatting away about life? They deal with real life scenarios and give some good (sometimes questionable) advice and they play some fun games!
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What it’s about: Josh Horowitz talks to your favourite celebrities.
How I got into it: Randomly searched for celebrities I like, started listening for people like Anna Kendrick, Gillian Jacobs, and Adam Scott.
Why you should listen: Really good celebrity interviews, it goes in depth into their present and past projects and they analysis films. Josh really knows his stuff so he can lead the talks well. I learn so much more about the celebrities and then I want IMDb everything they have ever done and binge watch it all.
What it’s about: Off Camera with Sam Jones brings you in depth, intimate conversations with some of the most iconic artists.
How I got into it: Another find from my Aubrey Plaza search (obsessed much?). The conversations go deep, they normalise celebrities and gives them a space to describe the positives and negatives of their careers.
Why you should listen: The most interesting celebrity podcast by far, also comes in video form in sections on YouTube. It’s great for a long run or walk as they are the longest out of the 4.
Do any of you listen to podcasts? Which would you recommend?