Børn & familie – Storbritannien – Anbefalede podcasts

  • In Sexier Than a Squirrel, the Official AbsoluteDogs Podcast, veterinary behaviourist Tom Mitchell and international agility competitor and professional dog trainer Lauren Langman talk training your dog, transforming your dog training struggles and getting real-life results through GAMES!

  • Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick chats to a whole host of amazing guests, celebrating the joy & love animals bring to our lives.

  • In the Happy Mum, Happy Baby Podcast, Giovanna Fletcher continues the conversation about motherhood she began in her bestselling book of the same title. In a series of frank and warm conversations with other high-profile mums and dads, Gi discusses all aspects of parenthood - the highs, the lows, the challenges and rewards. There is no such thing as the perfect parent, and we’re all simply doing our best, something Giovanna fully encourages. It’s time to stop comparing ourselves and champion each other instead. Each episode is truly unique yet unifying. No topic is out of bounds, therefore this podcast is essential listening for any parent seeking solidarity and support. A Pixiu production. 

  • Dogma is a podcast all about man's best friend - dogs!


    Dog lovers Mike Graham & Kevin O'Sullivan talk about their dogs (Ziggy & Chasbo) as well as talking to celebrities about their dogs and giving you out some top tips for canine lovers.


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  • Carrie-Anne became a single mum when her son was 6 months. After moving back into her mums flat, going onto benefits at 24 she decided to start a clothing brand. In 2 years, it became a six figure business. In her own right she’s known for her sense of style, she’s been featured in publications such as Marie Claire and the Telegraph.

    After someone insulted her by saying she was alright for a mum it got her thinking.

    When Carrie became a single mum, she didn’t feel there were any realistic, conversations about single motherhood happening in the media. She wanted to create a space where women felt like they could have a giggle and be able to relate to what was being spoken about.

    Remi was a writer as well as a new mum at the time, who had been very open about her experiences.

    In her first year of university Remi aged 22, fell pregnant with her daughter. She had been sharing her inner most thoughts, writing about how she felt and how she found motherhood. She had a very small audience, which over 18 months has grown particularly among the parenting industry. Her “honest” approach to life has gained her attention outside of her writing too. She’s added plus size model to her CV and has also been a guest on other podcasts speaking on topics such as body confidence.
    For Remi this podcast, allows her to “speak to women who are where she has been and sometimes still is... Not to speak for all single mums but to most.” It’s clear that these two are great friends. Whilst they are so different, they offer a refreshing take on lone parent stereotypes. Showing that while it can be hard, for them it was what was best for their families.
    They open the series with an episode about dating. With plans to cover co-parenting, loneliness, travel, sex and choosing to go it alone from the beginning in future episodes.
    Reinforcing that no topic is off limits and the chat is completely unfiltered, they’ve chosen not to censor themselves.
    If their listeners only take one thing away from Alright for a mum, Carrie and Remi just want it to be that they can listen to this podcast and feel less alone.

  • A Hot Mess Mum. The mum who's husband, children and fellow-mums shake their heads at because they all know. The mum who forgets to bake for the bake sale. The Hot Mess Mum most likely has sent her kids to school in regular clothes on non-uniform day and has probably put left overs in her kids lunch box more than once. Most of all, the Hot Mess Mum is actually rocking it and is doing a better job than she even thinks. Kelly Pegg & Jenny Powell are joined by a different guest every week to talk about the trials and tribulations of being a mum.

  • This is a weekly podcast of funny stories for kids. There are side-splitting versions of my own fractured fairy tales. Also short stories from some of my best-selling books, featuring characters from 'The Adventures of Nanny Piggins' and 'Friday Barnes, Girl Detective'. The stories are perfect for bedtime, long car rides or even if you're just stuck waiting a really long time at the doctor's office. They're written for 7-11 year olds but these are tales the whole family can enjoy. The silliness is ageless. I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I enjoy recording it. After years of being a children's author, typing away in my office with only my goldfish for company, I was bursting to tell my stories out-loud and with lots of silly voices! So please - sit back, get comfy and enjoy some amazing, some silly and some just plain ludicous tales direct from my imagination to you.

  • Some Families, the UK’s first LGBTQ+ parenting podcast series, aims to support families and answer questions for those curious about queer parenthood. Hosts Lotte Jeffs and Stu Oakley share funny, emotional and true stories from their own experiences as a lesbian mum and gay dad and chat to a plethora of guests from the LGBTQ+ community to discuss the ups and downs of parenting through an LGBTQ+ lens.

  • History storytime for children with 7 year old Sophie, 4 year old Ellie and their Daddy. Exciting stories of knights in shining armour and their battles. Henry VIII, the Tudors, Romans, World War 2, George Washington, Columbus and more. Even amazing stories of animals in history like elephants, dogs, cats and pigeons. Stirring stories of love and betrayal. Strong women and how they changed history. Real life narrative history as it should be told. Valued by teachers, enjoyed by parents, loved by kids. Helps support the National Curriculum with Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).

  • Dogs.

    They’re companions, guardians, and much much more – they complete us. And they just might save us from ourselves.

    Anna Webb explores all levels of modern dog ownership and brings to life why every dog is extraordinary.

    She speaks to scientists and experts - people who have and are changing our understanding of dogs - on everything from emotional intelligence to nutrition to behaviour, delving deep into subjects like homeopathy, telepathic communication and the pet food scandal.

    It's thought provoking, alternative, and not a little subversive.

    Cover photo by @Gruffpawtraits

  • Having gone through years of trying to conceive, and following a devastating miscarriage, when Izzy & Harry's second round of IVF was successful, Izzy felt strongly that the couple should be open about what they had been through. 'I know all too well the emotions and challenges you experience when going through fertility issues and how lonely it can feel. I feel passionately about keeping the conversations going about Fertility and my podcast ‘Let’s Talk Fertility’ aims to do just that.'Izzy has written about her own experiences in Best Selling book Dare To Dream and remains fascinated by the subject of fertility. By exploring other people’s paths to parenthood and talking to holistic and medical experts, Izzy hopes her podcast will give listeners a fully informed and emotionally supportive space, as well an introduction to a community whose support she has found to be invaluable.

  • Together they amble through the joys and tragedies of owning a dog. From training a puppy to the death of an old pet. Along the way there are all those other humans to meet - some whose names you never know but can easily call their Spaniel. Why do some owners insist on using a special language and taking their dogs wherever they go? Is the animal there for emotional support and do onlookers worry for the humans involved? And which celebrity dog ate a condom and then sported it in the park from the other end? It's all on the hit new podcast DogPod.

  • Storynory is the first and most loved story podcast. We've been around since 2005 and kids have grown up with us. We are both educational and entertaining. We offer a mixture of original stories and myths from around the world. All our stories are brilliantly read by professional actors. So listen in - and enjoy our audio!

  • In the Magnificent Mothers Podcast, Vanessa Kanbi interviews mums who have inspirational stories to share. Discussing the challenges that come with being a mother along with the Joys! The mums on this podcast have experienced extraordinary situations which will inspire any listener!

  • Hello I’m Sophie Ellis-Bextor and this is my new series Spinning Plates where I speak to busy working women, who also happen to be mothers, about how they make it work. I am a singer and have released 7 albums in-between having my 5 sons who are aged between 1 and 16 so I spin a few plates myself. Being a mother can be the most amazing thing.. but it can also be hard to find time for yourself and your own ambitions. I want to be a bit nosy and see how other people balance everything. Join me while I speak to a host of interesting and inspirational women who’ve really made me think - and laugh, and sometimes cry.

    Welcome to Spinning Plates.

  • This is a podcast all about our adoption journey, the highs, the lows and the bits in between. I will share our experiences and discuss general life as well as specifics. In time I will look to answer questions and support other adopters.

  • Susan Garrett, world-renowned dog trainer, multi-time champion of dog agility, and leading educator on all things canine shares everything related to dogs! Susan understands dog behaviour and wants you and your dog to have the best life together possible.

  • REACH: A Space Podcast for Kids is a weekly, family friendly exploration of our galaxy (and beyond!) with hosts Brian Holden and Meredith Stepien. Built for kids and based on questions from kids, REACH educates with entertaining segments, fun at-home experiments, and interviews with subject matter experts & thought partners from leading institutions like the Adler Planetarium, Cosmosphere, Exploration Place, and more. Subscribe today, and get knowledge...within your Reach. A co-production between Soundsington Media and Sandy Marshall.

  • Little Chapters of Chill aim to soothe and inspire young minds. Written by children’s author Sue Pickford and read by author and podcast host Giovanna Fletcher, the stories are designed to match little ones’ attention spans, each lasting between 8 - 12 minutes. There are five fun adventures to enjoy, with a mindfulness exercise included in each story. They’re a great way to get kids off screens, calm the mind and reduce stress.

    About the podcaster: Created by Churchill, who’ve stepped outside of insurance to bring a little more chill to your home.