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  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Fairytales & scary tales about the ups and downs of life as a stepmum with Katie Harrison and guests.When Katie fell in love with a Dad of two, seven years ago, she had no idea what lay ahead of her! The last few years have been a rollercoaster of incredible highs, and painful lows. Faced with very little support and huge societal stigma, Katie found the first few years of her Stepmum journey incredibly isolating and difficult. She's now on a mission to break down the stigma surrounding stepmotherhood and normalise some of the more tricky emotions that almost all Stepmums will feel at one time or another.Katie is passionate about giving stepmums a voice, and in this series you can expect honest and brave conversations about life in a stepfamily.You can find out more about Stepmum Space at: or @stepmumspace on the socials. If you want to hear more from Katie you can find her @katiesharrison

  • Join IFS trained Family Therapist, Anna Vincentz, and IFS trained Coach, Joel Bubbers every month as they and their guests dive into the stories and struggles of modern-day parenting, and explore the path to healing and hope.

    Using the transformational lens of Internal Family Systems (IFS), alongside attachment theory and ‘New Danish Parenting’, they look at the parts of us that shape our relationship with ourselves, our partners and our children, and provide meditations and practical tools for unlocking parenting potential and building the family life we all deserve.

  • African Stories is a podcast that focuses on great African figures. Some very popular and others you might never have heard about. Some from olden days and other from more more modern times. Either way, the aim is to help us discover these inspirational, great figures, who were passionate about the continent or their nations, who stood for what what they believed in in the face of great adversity at times and who are role models to us, as the continent of Africa is changing and fast moving towards self determination. Oh and each episode is recorded in French and English, so if you much prefer to engage with us in French, check out Histoires d’Afrique. We hope to have you with us each week and hear from you, Ciao!Follow me on:

  • Join host Louise as she talks with leading postnatal experts and mothers who share their advice and practical tips on how to make improve your health, wellbeing and recovery during the postnatal period. This podcast is for anyone who's pregnant and wants to prepare for the postnatal period, or has just had a baby or works in prenatal or postnatal care.

  • Conversations and rescue stories from the UK’s largest horse sanctuary, Redwings. Meet some fantastic characters from the charity’s 1,500 rescued horses, ponies and donkeys and the amazing team who care for them every day. Go behind the scenes at Redwings sites across the UK, from the Reception Centre where they welcome new arrivals to the Horse Hospital where the vets and nurses help them back on their hooves, and from the carers and maintenance teams who look after their daily care, to the Rehoming team who find them loving new homes. Whether you are a Redwings supporter or a first-timer we hope you enjoy this insight into life at one very special charity! #ForTheLoveOfTheHorse

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  • The New Zealand Herald is proud to present One Day You'll Thank Me, a parenting podcast hosted by Jenni Mortimer and Rebecca Blithe.

    As new mums, they know how tricky it can be to navigate parenting these days - so each week they will unpack a different issue that affects parents and children in modern-day Aotearoa, with a bit of insight from our own experiences, and takes from experts and well-known Kiwi mums and dads. 
    This is all so we can help each other and our listeners get through the tough, but amazing, job of parenting, all so that one day, our children might thank us for our efforts.   
    New episodes out every Sunday.  

  • Each episode is a mini-guide to surviving parenthood on the go. Parenting can be a whirlwind of emotions and situations, so with the addition of a few friends, influencers, and experts, we're here to help!

    Parenting and weaning knowledge at your fingertips - all you need to do is press play.

    Mamamade is also a food brand for babies and toddlers. Offering subscription and one-off meals delivered frozen to your door - convenience without compromise. 100% organic, delicious, nutritious and naturally free of the big-8 allergens.
    Get 25% off your first three boxes with code MAMAPODCAST25

  • School friends Morgana and Alfie are looking into a notorious cold case: the mysterious disappearance of local eccentric Odd Colin from their Lancashire town in 1972.

    As Morgana and Alfie doggedly pursue their investigation they’ll encounter pirates, vampires, aliens and secret agents, and interrogate them all in order to get to the truth!

    Truthdiggers is a Bafflegab Production in association with Fun Kids, and is supported by the Audio Content Fund


    Written by Eddie Robson

    Tillie Amartey as Morgana 
    Mack Keith-Roach as Alfie 
    Alix Dunmore as Victoria, Lily and Lucy 
    Kathryn Drysdale as Rhiannon, Bella and Sarah 
    Helen Goldwyn as Mary and Tiffany 
    Jayne Griffiths as Agnes 
    Simon Kane as as the Duke, Alfie’s Dad, Lewis, Old Man and Will 
    Jack Lane as Alien, Blacksmith and Jake 
    David Reed as Gregory, Uncle Paul, Lopez and Hotel Manager 
    Richard Reed as the Captain, Mr McGuigan and Tony Swan 
    Dan Starkey as Odd Colin, William and Richie   
    Becky Wright as Jane and Harriet 

  • We love UK sailing and want to encourage more families to take the plunge!
    Tales of family adventures at sea. We are a sailing family from the UK, not sailing around the world and loving it!
    In each episode, we have a chat about aspects of cruising a sailing boat in the UK with the kids.

  • From celebrity parents to experts on pregnancy, host Naomi Williams asks guests the questions you’re desperate to get the answers to! The iCandy Duo-Podcast is brought to you by iCandy World, makers of beautifully British pushchairs for parents across the globe.

  • Healthcare and parenting chat with Irish Pharmacist and mum Sheena Mitchell.
    Designed to support parents along their parenting journey. This is a one stop shop for family health info with a few guests and giggles along the way!

  • Welcome to my podcast Parenting with Pam. Join me, Pamela Quiery, certified Hand in Hand Parenting Instructor, as I share with you five simple tools for a more peaceful, playful home. If you’re ready to enjoy raising your children by creating a peaceful home where kids want to cooperate and you keep your cool, you’re in the right place.

    You’ll be inspired to create a peaceful and playful home without resorting to threats or bribes so that you can create life-long, connected relationships with your kids and support them to be happy, confident and peaceful.

  • Welcome to Raise Her Up, the Girlsโ€™ Day School Trust new podcast.

    With 25 schools, 19,000 students, and the largest womenโ€™s alumnae network of its kind, the GDST are experts in girlsโ€™ education and everything that goes with it.

    Each fortnight on Raise Her Up, the GDSTโ€™s Cathy Walker interviews experts for practical advice on the most significant subjects affecting girls in the modern world as they grow into empowered women.

    Covering topics from wellbeing to womanhood, communication to creativity, self-image to sexism, as well as mental health, careers, and relationships to name just a few, Raise Her Up from the GDST gives you the tools to help your girls flourish.

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  • Tune in to our Sassy Mama Unfiltered Podcast where we talk all things family and parenting with cool mamas and dads in Singapore.

  • A Parenting Podcast for anyone from Pony Patters to Horse Owners and even Professional Equestrians who need to know; as Parents in the Horse World, that they are not alone and that they can do this!

  • A family show for my family. That's Hills and Beans, Phillips and Duttons, Fitzmaurices and Minns, Jensen's and Burgesses and Falks and Merediths and ... cousins and 2nd cousins and 3rd cousins and aunties and uncles and mums n dads and grandparents and nieces and nephews, brothers and sisters in blood and in law. Send me your news to [email protected] and I'll put together another one in due course. Lot's of love, Richard.

  • Giving birth is one of the most sacred experiences a woman can have and yet this time is often filled with anxiety and fear. Fear of the unknown and the known. How can we as women transform this experience and take back the arena of pregnancy and childbirth that has become constricted and heavily medicalized in many places? This podcast is a series of my reflections and insights about pregnancy, birth, and beyond, as well as other things pertaining to being a woman. It is based on my experiences, the experiences of women I have supported as a doula, and books written by midwives, doulas, and doctors who believe in a woman's right to birth her way. My aim is to inspire and challenge the way we are being socialized to give birth and to remind us that the power lies within us. To challenge us as women to take back our power by informing and educating ourselves so we understand the processes of pregnancy and childbirth. To awaken us to the possibility of having an empowered birth experience. To remind us that our bodies are ours and should be treated with reverence and respect. Podcast artwork: Photo by Kumaran Pondicherry Photography; Styling by Become

  • This podcast shines a light on this beautiful no-school life choice and is here to encourage you on your home ed journey. So whether you’re new to home educating, thinking about it or you’re already forging your own unschooling path this podcast is for you.

  • A podcast for Parents of Black Special Needs Children in the UK and those who love them.