The 7 Podcasts You Need To Listen To This Autumn

Whether to fill your evenings or just your rush-hour tube journey, podcasts are all we’re listening to this autumn. Discover the seven you should be listening to now…

For music lovers…

1. Dissect

Hosted by Cole Cuchna and currently on its 3rd season, Dissect discusses some of the most recent best-selling albums from artists like Frank Ocean and Kendrick Lamar. Each episode, Cuchna delves in track-by-track and blends the lyrics with his own thoughts.

For true crime fans…

2. Dr Death
Soon to be a TV adaptation, Dr Death details the 2-year medical malpractice by surgeon Christopher Duntsch. Certainly not for the squeamish.

For laughs…

3. The Read

 

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Hosted by Kid Fury and Crissle, The Read is imagined as a safe space for black people. Having launched in 2013, it discusses hard-hitting issues with brutal honesty and their comedic timing, Beyoncé obsession and hilarious insights to discuss hard-hitting issues will have you wondering why you never tuned in before.

For curious minds…

4. How I built This
Interested in how Instagram started or how Bobbi Brown grew her brand? How I Built This is hosted by Guy Raz, who interviews some of the most influential founders to pick their brains on how they turned a simple idea into a success. Get your Monday motivation right here.

For fashion enthusiasts…

5. Oh Boy

Founded by Manrepeller creator Leandra Medine, Oh Boy delves into the minds of fellow fashion friends. From model Hari Nef and Glossier founder Emily Weiss, it’s not one to miss.

For an educational angle…

6. Griefcast
Taking an unconventional approach to dealing with death, Cariad Lloyd aims to deal with bereavement in a less depressing way. Having lost her own father, she manages to make a somewhat unimaginable pain seem slightly more bearable.

7. About Race
Since the 2017 bestseller Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race hit bookshelves, people have been yearning to hear more from author Reni Eddo-Lodge. She continues to explore the topic of her book and invites anti-racist leaders to take part in this gripping podcast.