Arts – Singapore – Recommended podcasts

  • With nearly 2.5M subscribers, and up to 1M daily views on Youtube, 1.7M followers on facebook, an OTT app and more, Real Stories is the online home of amazing, award-winning documentaries that shine a light on incredible stories from around the world. The Real Stories Podcast will go behind the curtain speaking to people behind, and in front of, the camera about their experiences, the challenges, and what happened next. So, if youโ€™re an obsessive documentary fan join us, and subscribe now.

    Follow: @RealStoriesDocs

  • Vous connaissez son nom, peut-être quelques-une de ses œuvres... Mais pourquoi cet artiste est-il culte ?
    Chaque semaine, découvrez le destin incroyable de ceux qui ont marqué notre époque.

  • The podcast for creative people working towards BIG goals. Listen in on candid conversations that dive deep into making art, making a living and making it all work as a modern-day artist. We’re your hosts, Stefan Kunz and Lauren Hom. We’re lettering artists, entrepreneurs, and most importantly friends, and we’re so excited you’re here. So pull up a seat in our virtual studio and join the creative conversation!

  • Interviews with Photographers and Scholars of Photography about their New Books

  • Anda minat cerita-cerita seram?
    Dengar KC membaca cerita seram dengan kesan bunyi dan muzik latar yang akan membuat anda merinding ketakutan!
    MALAM SERAM ini hanya sekadar perkongsian kisah.

  • We're an anime podcast run by Lily (Pichu) & Josh (Xell). Lily has pretty good taste in anime and Josh likes moe stuff.

  • Bienvenue sur The Musettes , site dédié aux conjoints suiveurs ayant monté leur job nomade durant leur expatriation.
    Retrouvez les interviews de nos Expatpreneurs sur ces podcasts!
    Welcome to The Musettes, site dedicated to the following spouses having gone up their nomadic job during their expatriation.
    Find the interviews of our Expatpreneurs on these podcasts!
    Cover art photo provided by Alphacolor on Unsplash:

  • As part of our anniversary celebration, we have gathered a number of past and present choir members to tell their stories about the London Philharmonic Choir. Why did they choose to join the LPC? What was the audition like? Did ladies really wear hats to rehearsals? What's it like rehearsing and performing under the world's top conductors? And what really goes on during those foreign tours, of which the LPC has had so many in recent years?

    Get to know us by listening to our six podcasts especially produced for our 60th Anniversary season.

  • On our culinary journey around Europe we'll be meeting the farmers and fishermen who produce our food, looking over the shoulders of the continent's top chefs and dining at numerous award-winning gourmet temples.

  • Seventeen magazine’s beauty editor takes viewers backstage at New York Fashion Week for insider hair and make-up tips.

  • Hosted by world renowned vocal coach John Henny, The Intelligent Vocalist delves into all things singing - from anatomy and vocal science, to performance, lessons, health, artist development and inside industry practices, Join John as he opens the door to the world of singing and gives insights gleaned from his many decades of teaching everyone from beginners to superstars, as well as training other leading voice teachers.

  • Situated at the intersection of creativity, technology, ancient arts, entrepreneurship, and the global cutting edge, REALITY RIFFING WITH GURU JAGAT features scientists, musicians, mystics, athletes, women's health experts, activists, politicians and individuals at the forefront of their field.

  • We look into artworks that take on non-human intelligences, robotics, screen culture, virtual reality, new digital platforms, health and medicine, data, community and storytelling, as well as speculations on the future possibilities of art. The Constellations focuses on collaborative practice, reciprocity and what motivates creative people across disciplines to work with each other towards shared goals.

  • With beer in hand, the skincare chemists navigate the smoke and mirrors of the skincare industry.

  • Hello beautiful people! Welcome to Food & Wine Pro's weekly Communal Table podcast.
    Chefs and restaurant workers take great care of everyone else, but often they need a little help themselves. Each week, Food & Wine’s senior editor Kat Kinsman talks with hospitality pros about how they manage their business, brain, and body for the long haul.
    Some of our very special guests include Samin Nosrat, Angie Mar, Seamus Mullen, David Chang, Pete Wells, and more.
    Subscribe now.

  • The Colour Green is a new podcast from Julie’s Bicycle exploring the links between climate change, race, nature and social justice from the perspectives of people of colour in the UK.We are all stewards of our planet, but the effects of climate change are not shared equally. While it is people in the Global South and marginalised communities in the Global North who are the first to feel the impacts of environmental degradation, extreme weather events, food crop failure, and air pollution, their voices are rarely heard within environmental movements in the UK. Without representing communities at the sharpest end of climate impacts the stories we tell are incomplete; drawing focus to their lived experiences and creative responses are crucial to developing a holistic understanding of the causes of and solutions to this unfolding crisis.In The Colour Green podcasts, Baroness Lola Young is in conversation with artists and activists of colour who are at the forefront of social innovation - connecting climate justice, race, power and inequality.

    This podcast has been developed by Julie's Bicycle as part of the Arts Council England Environmental Sustainability Programme.

  • The Art Crimecast is a podcast that explores history’s most notorious misdeeds against the art world. Each episode explores a different historical case of theft, forgery, and the like. Check out images/transcripts for each episode on the blog at