Need some more podcasts? You can count on Women Love Tech to help curate the best ever playlist. In this edition, we’re looking at some of the most engagin podcasts created by women, for women. In these five podcasts, Mia Freeman, Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb, Deborah Frances-White, Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards, and Judith Lucy discuss everything from insecurities to stories of hope, success and triumph. Each will keep you intrigued, make you laugh and contemplate your thoughts and opinions.
Join former magazine editor turned entrepreneur Mia Freedman’s thought-provoking conversations with a wide mix of extraordinary people. From athletes like Serena Williams, singers like Olivia Newton-John and writers like Marian Keyes; this podcast delves into the fascinating lives of her guests and stories they have to share. For an incredibly poignant one to listen to the story of 98-year-old Holocaust survivor Eddie Jaku, here. Eddie describes himself as the happiest man in the world. He certainly is the most humble and wisest.
Listen to No Filter here.
The Guilty Feminist
Need a bit of a mood booster? Comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests just might do the trick. In her live-recorded podcast, she discusses topics that “all 21 first century feminists agree on”.
Listen to The Guilty Feminist here.
Chat 10 Looks 3
Journalists Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb discuss what they’re currently reading, watching, cooking, listening to or irrationally exhilarated by.
Listen to Chat 10 Looks 3 here.
Anonymous was a Woman
Hosted by Jamila Rizvi and Astrid Edwards, this collaborative podcast between Future Women and Penguin Random House Australia throws you into conversations about books by, and about, women.
Listen to Anonymous was a Woman here.
Overwhelmed & Dying
Is the world just all too overwhelming? Don’t worry, comedian Judith Lucy is in the exact same boat. This podcast is her attempt at trying to feel less overwhelmed by solving both hers and your problems.
Listen to Overwhelmed & Dying here.