Seven Podcasts To Listen To While You Work From Home Amid The Coronavirus Outbreak
24 March 2020, 16:04 | Updated: 24 March 2020, 16:06
If you're working from home – like most of the country are – while the coronavirus pandemic develops, we’ve gathered some podcasts to help you get through the long days.
The entire UK is now in lockdown in a bid to combat the coronavirus pandemic, with most of the nation having to work from home where possible.
While working from home is a helpful measure in tackling the increasing numbers with the virus, it might become quite tedious after a lengthy period of time.
But to get you started on the work-from-home life, here are seven podcasts to work your way through while you log on from your kitchen table, all of which you can download from Global Player…
Growing Up and Sometimes Down
Hosted by YouTubers Evie and Olivia, the teens discuss the topics most people their age don’t typically broach, such as mental health, the pressures of social media, therapy, going to university, and relationships.
As well as giving advice, the girls share their personal stories to show this age group are all dealing with similar experiences.
The Upside Down Podcast
For the loyal Stranger Things fans, The Upside Down Podcast delves into the Upside Down for cast and crew interviews, set locations discussions, and all things Hawkins to fuel your obsession with the Netflix series.
RuPaul: What’s The Tee with Michelle Visage
Drag icon RuPaul and Drag Race BFF Michelle Visage are the podcasts hosts who make you feel like you’re all sat together chatting over a cup of tea at lunch time.
The TV stars discuss all things pop culture as well as dishing out advice and sharing behind-the-scenes tea from RuPaul’s Drag Race.
My Dad Wrote A Porno
One of the most hilarious podcasts, My Dad Wrote A Porno is hosted by writer and director Jamie Morton who documents reading out a chapter of his dad’s dirty book in each episode.
In the description it warns: “Jamie will be reading a chapter a week and discovering more about his father than he ever bargained for.”
Table Manners with Jessie Ware
Another podcast which feels like having a natter with your mates around the dinner table, singer Jessie Ware hosts this series about food, family, and simply having a chat.
Joined by a celebrity guest each week from the worlds of music, culture and politics, Jessie’s chef mum Lennie is also on hand to get involved.
Switched on Pop
A thoroughly interesting listen guaranteed to prick up your ears, Switched on Pop sees musicologist Nate Sloan and songwriter Charlie Harding break down how pop hits become so obsessive.
Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp: The Podcast
Catch up with all the antics from Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp on the weekly podcast that sees each week’s musical guests get involved in pranks, games, and all sorts of waffle.