Push PR Podcast Lowdown

As it’s the last week in the office before Christmas, we are looking forward to winding down and having more time to listen some of our favourite podcasts. We’ve rounded up some of the teams favourites below. If you’re not listening already, take the opportunity to tune in on your commute this week or download and save for the holidays!

Your Dream Life by Kristina Karlsson

Explore the possibility of creating your dream life and be inspired to discover and realise your dreams with Kristina Karlsson, Founder of kikki.K and author of the book Your Dream Life Starts Here. Be inspired by Kristina’s conversations with some of the world’s biggest dreamers. Listen, learn and be empowered to discover and chase your own dreams – with practical insights and lessons you can use to build a dream life of your own.

Power Hour by Adrienne Herbert

What could you do, if you dedicated just one hour each day to improving yourself and your life? Could getting up one hour earlier each day be the key to unlocking your full potential? Power Hour is a weekly podcast that will motivate you to pursue your passion and to achieve success. Host Adrienne Herbert speaks to today’s leading coaches, creatives, change makers and innovators; finding out about their morning routines, daily habits, and rules to live by. Whether you want to build a business, write a book or run a marathon, the Power Hour is going to help you get there faster.

She’s Electric by Jody Shield

She’s Electric by wellness author Jody Shield will take you on a journey into the lives of some trailblazing female leaders. The podcast is an intimate and often unexpected look at what it’s really like to be a powerful women in today’s world of social revolution and change.

Talking Tastebuds by Venetia Falconer

Talking Tastebuds is brought to you by Venetia Falconer who chats to a special guest each week about their life with food. Whether they live to eat or eat to live, Venetia will uncover their favourite childhood dishes, their ultimate comfort food and their death row dinner. Every week, Talking Tastebuds’ aim is to uncover the guest’s relationship with everything edible and how it affects their lives.

Let’s Discuss by Monica Welburn and Ella Gregory

Let’s Discuss Podcast is a forum for these two bloggers to share the conversations they have on all things life, love, work and wellbeing and inspire others who are trying to create the best life possible, with the resources currently available and ultimately wants to be the happiest version of themselves.

The Success Revolution by The Step Up Clubs Alice and Phanella

The Success Revolution is a podcast that’s changing the way we talk – and think about – success. Alice Olins and Phanella Mayall Fine, founders of The Step Up Club are on a mission to get everyone feeling successful, no matter what that success looks like for you.The Success Revolution combines heart and soul conversations with their favourite, successful women with topical female news stories and their expertise and experience too.

Out of Fashion by Jane Shepherdson and Jane Kellock

Out of Fashion is an honest, light hearted look at the fashion industry and the general zeitgeist, presented by Jane Shepherdson and Jane Kellock – who have both spent a lifetime in Fashion.

The Emma Guns Show by Emma Guns

On The Emma Guns Show, journalist and broadcaster Emma Gunavardhana gets deep and meaningful with experts from the health, wellness and beauty fields.

Beauty Full Lives by Madeleine Spencer

Beauty Full Lives with Madeleine Spencer is a podcast exploring the relationship we have with beauty and the emotions that both products and our reflections evoke. Each week, a guest will discuss their life through the lens of beauty, touching on the rituals that have had resonance or a connection to key moments in their life.

The Fringe Of It by Liv Purvis and Charlotte Jacklin

In a weekly podcast from Liv Purvis and Charlotte Jacklin are navigating their way through millennial life, and laughing a lot in between.

The High Low by Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes

The High Low is a weekly pop-culture/news podcast brought to you by Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes. The show covers both political and trivial topics – inspired by Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown, who coined the term ‘high low journalism’ in the 80s to denote an amalgamation of water-cooler gossip and hard-hitting cultural happenings.

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