Barn & Familj – Nya podcasts

  • Our podcast presents the thoughts of a dad and his two teenage daughters. We cover a variety of topics from the mundane to the very complicated. Our chats are unscripted and honest. We want to bring back the "Real" in Reality Broadcasting. Contact us at: and follow us on Twitter and Facebook at: @TheDNAPodcast4 - All feedback is welcome!

  • Safari Niagara Wild Adventure Podcast is an all-new guided audio tour of the park! Download the podcast and come to the zoo for a new and wild way to experience Safari Niagara!

  • As parents, we all want to teach our kids to be inclusive, but how? Join Jasmine Bradshaw each week as she gives you the tools and practical strategies that you need to talk to your children about race, religion, and culture. If you are a parent who values inclusion and wants to teach your children how to truly love those who are different from them, this podcast is for you!

  • Podden handlar om föräldraskap, högt och lågt. Med både skratt och tårar tar vi oss alla igenom det som vi kallar för livet. Podden kommer att kretsa kring föräldraskap och barn men självklart kommer andra inslag att trilla in.

  • För 29 kronor i månaden får du varje vecka ett avsnitt av Della Arte och varje månad ett avsnitt av Della Papa. Här kan du lyssna på några av våra gamla avsnitt. När du är övertygad går du in på och tecknar en prenumeration.

  • Education and inspiration for the whole family! My kids and I interview people we admire (like authors of our favorite books, gold medal olympians, artists, scientists, CEOs, etc.) to learn from their experiences and advice!

  • Good Enough Living podcast is about marriage, kids and growth - for normal people. You know, those of us who try real hard, but still screw it up!? Basically, GEL is a collection of seminars, talks and conferences by clinical psychologist, Dr. John L. Cox. Cox has been an outpatient psychologist for 30 years and has been doing conferences around the country for most of that time. This podcast is a collection of those conferences and talks. Tune in for how to make sense of your romantic relationship, your kids, and even issues like depression and dealing with jerky people. It's a good podcast...well, it's Good Enough.

  • Science, life, and girl power! Exploring the most important topics in STEM and girl empowerment. Making this world a more equal and opportune place one girl at a time.

  • Family communication podcast hosted by Dr. Elizabeth Dorrance Hall and Dr. Kristina Scharp, directors of the Family Communication and Relationships Lab, featuring interviews with family communication scholars about their research.

  • When you picture the word "widow" in your mind, you probably don't think of the thousands of widows actively raising children. This podcast is from the perspective of "young" widow who was left with six children when her husband passed away. Everything changed that day and you will smile, laugh, and cry as you walk the journey with her. If you are widowed, you will be inspired and feel like you have found a long lost friend. If you have widows/widowers in your circle of friends, you will gain insights into their world. Through stories of life experiences or focusing on Scripture, this podcast will be like sitting across the table at your favorite bakery.

  • Join Laura Max Rose as she interviews experts in fields pertaining to motherhood, mothers themselves and all-around heartwarming and thought-provoking folk whom she hopes will make everyone’s motherhood journey easier, fuller and more joyful.

  • Mommy Diary: The Podcast is a space for women to tell their raw and honest stories of motherhood. Host, Angela Kim, is a creative, lifestyle blogger, and mom of four.

    Feeling restricted by the squares of IG, Angela is on a mission to shed light on vulnerable topics such as postpartum depression, marriage struggles, self-care, healing and finding a balance between having a career and raising children. She's been through it all, and this podcast is here to help you feel supported along your personal journey and see that you're not alone.

    For inspiration and tips, check out Angela's blog at

    Cover photography © Miranda North

  • A podcast about parenting, marriage, raising kids with special needs and everything in-between from a couple with 6 young kids. Support this podcast:

  • A podcast all about Stepfamilies.

    In this new original podcast, Rachel Silver, a stepmother herself, speaks to stepfamilies about their family situations with contributions from a psychotherapist who specialises in working with blended families. Other guests in the series include a family lawyer and a co-parenting coach.

    Step Life is for anyone in a blended family to hear from others as well as for people to get some understanding and insight about what it's like to be in a stepfamily.

    Each episode has useful links and contacts in the show notes.

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  • Kids telling kids joke! Hilarious. Join Matthew and Kaitlyn telling each other jokes and trying tongue twisters.

  • Psychologists. Mothers. Unbiased information to help you make informed decisions. Community connectors. Hoping to make the world a better place.

  • Fun, informative and concise episodes by a 10-year old, breaking down complex financial concepts in a way that kids and beginners can understand. Episodes cover personal finance topics like saving, investing, banking, credit cards, insurance, real estate, mortgage, retirement planning, 401k, stocks, bonds, income tax, and more, and are in the form of a conversation between a cowboy (a finance novice) and his friend, a stock broker. Making finance your friend, only at Easy Peasy Finance.
    A little bit about me: I have been fascinated with the world of personal finance since I was 6! I love to read personal finance books, and keep myself updated on the latest by reading various personal finance magazines. My friends often ask me questions about finance because they find it complex and intimidating. That’s what inspired me to start my YouTube channel called Easy Peasy Finance when I was 8, and this podcast 2 years later.

  • “Dream Train” is a one-act radio play for children and grown-ups of all ages. Scout lives in the City and dreams of catching fireflies in the Forest. Honor lives in the Forest and dreams of seeing the City lights up close. The City and the Forest are divided by train tracks. On Independence Eve, it is announced that the tracks will soon be replaced by a wall. Will the spirits of the Dream Train be able to bring Honor and Scout together before it is too late? Climb aboard and join us for a journey filled with original music, big questions, heart and hope.

    Imaginary Theater Company's mission is to produce original plays that empower children to be the heroes of their own stories.