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20 Best British Girl Podcasts of 2021

Are you wanting to learn more about british girl? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best british girl podcasts of 2021.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

Best British Girl Podcasts 2021

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The Smart Girl Tribe Podcast

  • Publisher: smartgirltribe
  • Total Episodes: 77

Smart Girl Tribe is the UK’s #1 female empowerment organisation. Having worked with UN Women, the British Council, Women for Women International and the NSPCC, this online community is redefining girlhood. CEO and founder Scarlett Clark shares her experience in this honest, raw, inspirational podcast. Whether it’s for advice, to build a global empire or in need of an incredible girl-gang, the Smart Girl Tribe podcast is a must-listen for any young women in need of a big sister figure.

Pod Of The Pops (The Girlband Popcast)

  • Publisher: Pod of the Pops
  • Total Episodes: 31

Love pop music? We celebrate the best british girlbands hit records and personal lives. Its full on 90s and 00s nostalgia. Spice Girls series one hits the solo careers of Geri, Victoria Beckham, Mel B, Mel C and Emma Buton. Sugababes series 2 covers Siobhan, Mutya, Keisha, Amelle, Heidi and Jade as we go from Round Round to Wannabe. Its Girl power, reunion tours, splits and make up as we deep dive through the lifes of the women behind the music.

The Curly Hair Q&A Show

  • Publisher: Kenneth Nickels
  • Total Episodes: 113

This is your chance to ask a world-class Curl Professional your questions, and get them answered daily! Melanie Nickels is the founder of the Raw Hair Organic Salon in Naples, Florida, one of the top Curly & Natural hair salons in the country. She is the founder of the Raw Curls Academy, and co-founder of the Raw Curls brand of organic & natural products for curly hair. She is an American Board Certified Master Haircolorist (specializing in curly hair), and a former educator for the organization, as well as a former judge / exam evaluator (one of only 19 certified Professional Hair Colorist Exam Evaluators world-wide). To submit your questions, simply comment them below, and they will go in the queue! We do a Live Q&A in our Curly Girl Support Group on Facebook, simulcast here on Youtube, every Monday night at 7:30pm EST. If you are a Curly Girl and would like to join the group, follow the link below! https://www.facebook.com/groups/curlywavynatural/ Melanie was personally trained and mentored by a U.S.National Hairdressing Champion and British National Hairdressing Champion, who worked side-by-side with Vidal Sassoon, as well as graduating top of her class at the #1 Aveda Institute in the United States. Melanie also served as a stylist on the long-running hit Broadway musical “42nd Street”, and was a SAG union member. She has extensive Curl-Specific training and certifications with the top disciplines in the world: The Deva Academy, Ouidad, Curlisto, and more. She is undoubtedly the most Comprehensively-trained Curl Specialist in the world today. Melanie holds two college degrees as well: Accounting and Business Management.

Our Auto Expert

  • Publisher: Nik Miles
  • Total Episodes: 151

Our Auto Expert covers the car industry from new cars to give potential buyers all of the background and information on buying a new vehicle.  National TV and Radio expert and Anchor Nik Miles brings his dry and sarcastic British views and interview style to the radio.  Top Car designers and executives give exclusive and insightful background information into the car development and sales process.  Adam Corolla called Nik Miles the V8 of Car Radio hosts.  Nik is joined weekly by his sidekick and Executive Producer Truck Girl Jen.  Latest Automotive News with Nik Miles, Jennifer Jenkins & Anton Wahlman

It’s Preeti Personal

  • Publisher: Preeti
  • Total Episodes: 36

A podcast all about sharing South Asian stories. Hosted by me Preeti, a British South Asian millennial. Along with sharing my life lessons from being a brown girl in the UK, I will be exploring cultural problems young South Asian’s face in today’s society, delving deep into love and relationships and getting personal with some inspirational people. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @preetipersonal

Expat Immigrant

  • Publisher: Kat Anderson & Natalia Anderson
  • Total Episodes: 24

Welcome to the #ExpatImmigrant Podcast! We’re 2 British sisters living abroad in France. Our podcast is based on sister conversations to amuse, encourage and inspire you. We’re here to accompany you through the highs and lows of the Expat Immigrant existence. Consider us a home away from home. Tune in for girl chat, fun, laughter, language learning, answering your dilemmas and our own accounts of our experiences navigating life and pursuing a “belle vie” overseas!

Cheeky with Kirstyn DuBar

  • Publisher: Cheeky
  • Total Episodes: 7

A spacey, sassy, and sometimes romantic lifestyle podcast. CHEEK•Y. Adj. British: impudent or irreverent, typically in an endearing or amusing way. Huh? *clicks more* “The definition of a cheeky person is someone who is brash, bold, or sassy. An example of someone cheeky is; a spunky, sassy girl who isn’t afraid to talk back to anyone” Oh yeah, that definitely sounds like me. *presses record*

Finders Keepers Records

  • Publisher: Finders Keepers Records
  • Total Episodes: 49

Behold Finders Keepers, a British record label, 40 years in the making, introducing fans of psychedelic / jazz / folk / funk / avant-garde and whacked-out movie musak to a lost world of undiscovered vinyl artifacts from the annals of alternative pop history. Catering to record collectors and DJ-producers alike with a huge emphasis on sample friendly soundscapes, rocksteady back-beats and primitive electronic experimentalism. Discerning purveyors of the bizarre and abnormal should expect the Japanese choreography records, space-age Turkish protest songs, Czechoslovakian vampire soundtracks, Welsh rare-beats, bubblegum folk, drugsploitation operatics, banned British crime thrillers and celebrity Gallic Martini adverts… presented on CD, 7″ and traditional black plastic discs in authentic packaging. Following in the very same footsteps as the mind boggling “Music To Watch Girls Cry” and “Songs In The Key Of Death” mix CDs for Fat City Records and the original 5-star rated Finders Keepers compilation LP in 2001, Manc-based vinyl-vulture, recording artist and record producer Andy Votel enlists the skills of fellow B-Music DJ and Rare Disc Detective Doug Shipton to form a team of psychedelic librarians and cosmic-pop-quiz-elitists to run their new Twisted Nerve distant sister-label, leaving no progressive pebble unturned or record collection un-rifled. Future compilations and re-issues will feature collaborative curators such as David Holmes, Cherrystones and Bob Stanley and further contributions from mystery A- / B+ pop-celebrity fanatics of outsider music and ultra-rare bakelite discs. Finders Keepers is an ‘accidental world music label’ with a punk aesthetic and DJ friendly ethos which allows the desperate listener to sit back while we deliver schizoid cultural channel-hopping compilations and rocking-horse-shit & hen’s-teeth re-releases to the comfort of your psych-starved living room…

The London Fog

  • Publisher: TheLondonFog
  • Total Episodes: 61

Two American girls give into their Anglophilia and sit down with a cup of tea to chat about all things British. If you can stand the giggles, be sure to subscribe via your favorite podcast platforms! For fun news and other stuff, follow on Instagram @TheLondonFogPodcast today!

Soggy Bottom Girls

  • Publisher: Soggy Bottom Girls
  • Total Episodes: 23

A riveting podcast with two American home bakers who discuss the finer points of The Great British Baking Show!Connect with us:https://soggybottomgirls.comFollow us on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soggybottomgirlsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/soggybottomgirls/

SugaBros & The James Bond Cocktail Hour

  • Publisher: Hugh Benson & Tim George
  • Total Episodes: 91

SUGABROS: A look at the most popular British girl group of the 2000s from two men completely unqualified for the task. Join hosts Tim and Nemo as they stumble through discussions of musical terms they can’t remember, gender politics they have no authority to speak on, and, in one host’s case, consistently mispronounce the names of the people whose work they are analysing. THE JAMES BOND COCKTAIL HOUR: Every episode hosts Hugh and Tim take a deep dive into the world of everything Bond. From the books, to the films, video games, parodies and beyond. As far as guests on the show, expect a wide range of opinions, from adoration to complete indifference.

Sex and the Sips Tea

  • Publisher: Mimi and Claire
  • Total Episodes: 18

Two British Sisters who love to debate, discuss, and sometimes even argue about our opinions on the best show ever made; Sex and the City. We will discuss the story, the fashion, the girls, the boys, and all in between.

Country & Stuff

  • Publisher: Beth
  • Total Episodes: 9

A British Girl’s light-hearted musings on Country Music with a few other non-Country bands and artists thrown for good measure. From album reviews to single round-ups, artist spotlights to award show predictions and much more! 🤠

City Island PodCast

  • Publisher: The Woods Studios City Island
  • Total Episodes: 6

A new lockdown podcast by creatives for creatives: The City Island Podcast. East London’s creative and culturally-inspired neighbourhood London City Island has teamed up with onsite music production company Three Bears Entertainment to launch The City Island Podcast, a podcast series for creatives by creatives that promises to inspire, entertain and educate during this lockdown period. With the majority of summer festivals and gigs already cancelled (including Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary), labels, venues, artists and road crews are all under huge financial strain. With a different celebrity guest star each week, the podcast series will offer support to the UK’s creative industry during this difficult time and raise money for the charities close to their hearts that have been affected by the pandemic. Curated by Dantae Johnson, the first series of City Island Podcast focuses on the narrative of ‘home’ and is set to welcome some of the UK’s hottest artists across six episodes, each hosted by musician and founder of Three Bears Entertainment Dantae Johnson, Flex FM presenter Kiesha Fort Hercules, and co-anchored by award winning, Oscar shortlisted, London based music producer, Pete Boxsta Martin. The podcast series also brings a taste of what is to come for Three Bears, who have just launched a podcast room at their new The Woods Studio located on phase 1 of London City Island. Kicking off during Mental Awareness Week, the first series will provide light-hearted, jovial, entertaining content underpinned by award winning talent sharing their tips to ease coronanxiety and their own diverse stories of getting through lockdown. Each star guest will share their at-home essential Spotify playlist, discuss their charity of choice and encourage listeners to donate, and answer a series of questions centred around home. Season 1: HomeCastEpisode 1: Three Bears and City Island – Release date: 14 MayThe series will commence with an introductory episode with live call ins from LCI guests and residents. Keisha, Dantae & Pete Boxsta Martin will talk about The Woods Studios, Three Bears Entertainment and London City Island as well as discuss why they decided to start the podcast.Episode 2: Dalton Harris – Release date: 21 MayWinner of X Factor in 2019, Dalton is a rising young star in the UK music scene. Poverty-stricken with very little clear prospect this talented young man defied all the odds despite facing more life adversity than most would endure in a lifetime. Dalton’s chosen charity is Street Child, once especially close to his heart. Supported by The Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, who will be featured on the podcast, Street Child are fighting to help 125 million school-aged children who are out of education worldwide.  Episode 3: Nile Wilson – Release date: 28 MayEpisode 3 steps outside of the music industry with British artistic gymnast guest star, Nile Wilson. He won an Olympic bronze medal in the men’s horizontal bar at the 2016 Summer Olympics and was a world medallist as a member of the silver-medal winning British team at the 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, the first world men’s team medal in British gymnastics history. His nominated Charity is the Mental Health Foundation whose mission is to help people understand, protect and sustain their mental health. Episode 4: Lily Mercer – Release date: 04 JuneInternational DJ and Freelance Journalist Lily Mercer has been labelled a tastemaker by numerous artists, including Chance The Rapper, SZA and Anderson. Paak. She has played at festivals worldwide including Born N Bread, and for numerous brands, including Nike, Adidas and Billionaire Boys Club. She has been a regular voice on Beats 1 representing London, as well as her monthly show The Lily Mercer Show on Rinse FM/NTS (Friday 4-6pm GMT) playing the best upcoming and underground hip-hop. As a journalist who graduated with a first class honours in fashion journalism from London College of Fashion, she had made contributions to Wonderland, Dazed, i-D and Noisey, interviewing the likes of Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Kendrick Lamar and many more as well as setting up her own magazine, Viper, in 2015.Episode 5: Caggie Dunlop – Release date: 11 JuneMusician, entrepreneur and reality TV star Caggie Dunlop, has recently returned to the spotlight with her very own podcast series, Saturn returns. One of the original cast members of the series Made in Chelsea, Caggie left the show in 2014 to pursue a music career in singing and signwriting which she has been working on ever since. Episode 6: Donel and Angels and Bandits – Release date: 18 JunePopular music performer Donel Mangena, is a pop singer who competed on The Voice UK in 2018. This exposure led to him developing a fan base on his officialdonel Instagram account, with over 80,000 followers. Angels N’ bandits are a band of young teens including four girls and two boys aged 15 – 17 who are managed by founders of the very successful pop groups The Wanted and The Saturdays. They have previously played the Avalon Café stage at Glastonbury festival 2019, Pub In The Park, Social In The City and various other prestigious venues including the Indigo at the O2, Cavern Club Liverpool, Hyde Park & Event City Manchester. Recently they have been working on their original music which is set to be released later this year. The series will be available to stream via iTunes, Spotify & Google cast and you can see more on the partnership here Home to resident creatives and local artists, London City Island is an exclusive riverside neighbourhood by Ballymore (phase one) and EcoWorld Ballymore (phase two currently under construction) comprising 1,706 residential units, high spec gym with an outdoor heated swimming pool, independent artisan restaurant The Grocer, shops, and district al fresco spaces used to show public art. A number of London’s leading cultural institutions have relocated to the island on Leamouth Peninsula, including English National Ballet as well as soon to open London Film School and The Line, championing City Island as much more than just a place to live. EcoWorld Ballymore’s commitment to investing in the arts has been applied to welcoming smaller creative organisations to phase one, with arebyte, Trinity Art Studios and The Woods Studio all now calling the island home too. Residents in the creative industry are also looking to bring their business onto the island as part of phase two, including a photographer looking to open a new gallery space and a fashion designer looking to open a new boutique. Notes to Editors For further information on City Island please contact: The Communication Group plc 020 7630 1411 [email protected] Further images are available on request. About London City Island: London City Island will comprise 1,706 new homes set on an island of 12 acres, with independent artisan restaurants, shops, creative hubs and al fresco spaces. The development takes its inspiration from the area’s maritime heritage, with bold primary colours and making use of its waterside surroundings with river walkways. Additionally, all Island residents will become members of the City Island Arts Club, the island’s own private residents’ club which includes a striking red swimming pool of bright, seafaring red tiles – the trademark hue which appears throughout the island. For sales enquiries please call 0203 944 9346.  About Three Bears Entertainment: Three Bears is a forward-thinking production company by producers Dantae Johnson, Pete Boxsta Martin & Emmanuel Ene. With over 10 million worldwide streams and two Number one singles, Three Bears Entertainment are dedicated to providing the best in production, mixing engineering and song writing for both major and independent artists and record labels. Their artists are signed to both major and independent record labels and publishing companies such as; BMG, SONY Music and Universal Music. They also work closely with the digital networks, as well as major radio broadcasters including BBC Radio 1, Capital FM, 1xtra, and Kiss FM. Three Bears service is to take TV, film, commercial and music video projects from inception through to delivery. Their team of producers, directors, writers and visual researchers create exciting fresh concepts that they are able to produce for clients or broadcast platforms to award winning standards.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Castle to Castle: A Tale of Two Disnerds – the Inspirational, International, Intersectional Disney Podcast

  • Publisher: Mike and Emily
  • Total Episodes: 50

Mike and Emily provide international perspectives on Disney fandom – with the guy a British would-be voice actor, and the girl a Portland, Oregon-based art nerd, who knows what conclusions these two will come to on the whole variety of subjects planned for the podcast – only time, and bandwidth, will tell.

Bloodsucking Feminists

  • Publisher: Bloodsucking Feminists
  • Total Episodes: 35

We are the Bloodsucking Feminists, your number one Scottish-Kiwi podcast focussed on the three Fs: Fangs, Feminism and Fangirling. Once a month we will be discussing a different vampire-related text – which means not just books and movies, but also comics, video games and even musicals – from an intersectional feminist fangirl perspective. Nothing is free from problematic content, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find something to like too. So join us as over the next few months we discuss the Big 3 of British vampire fiction, totally not squee over Tom Hiddleston and Marc Liebisch, translate the foreign language that is Kiwi culture and hate on Michael Crawford and Roman Polanski (for very different reasons, of course).

Our Island Story by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 55

Tailored specially to make history more palatable and interesting to children, Our Island Story, by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall, is a charmingly illustrated volume that promises hours of delight for parents as well as children. Beginning with the myths and legends about Albion, the author ensures that she captivates the child’s imagination from the very first page. Unlike today’s dry and non-committal history tomes that are prescribed in schools, Our Island Story is full of lyrical prose, literary allusions, heroic and tragic characters, the hunger for power and the glory of empire. There are strong elements of folklore, fairy tales, popular legends and a sense of the dramatic. It renders history full of the people who made Britain what it is today and gives modern readers a glimpse into what went into the creation of the once invincible British Empire. Our Island Story was first published in 1905. The period it covers begins with the Roman Occupation of Britain and ends with the Victorian Era. Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall utilizes a fascinating blend of fact and mythology to create a composite picture peopled by colorful characters, driven by ambition, honor, greed or lust to wield power over their fellow men. Wars and rebellions, assassinations and assignations, explorers and extremists, religion and romance are all wonderfully captured in this superbly constructed book. For young readers, Our Island Story presents what could be a mere succession of dry dates and titles in a memorable and engaging form. Older readers would find that the conversion of history into something that is vivid, dramatic and human makes them appreciate how present events have been shaped by the past. Our Island Story (originally titled Our Island Story: A History of England for Boys and Girls) was an instant best-seller when it first came out and has remained a popular choice for schools, libraries and individual readers. The author, Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall was a writer of children’s books and nothing much is known about her personal life. Some critics have pointed out that there are many historical inaccuracies in her writings and she often relied on unorthodox sources for her information. However, it cannot be denied that her writing style is extremely attractive, easy and gives the reader that much needed push to further research, which is what every good book should do. Children as young as nine would be able to read this book on their own, while younger ones would enjoy a read aloud with parents.

Three Men and a Maid by P. G. Wodehouse

  • Publisher: Loyal Books
  • Total Episodes: 21

This book with two titles, Three Men and a Maid in the USA and The Girl on the Boat in the UK is a typical P.G. Wodehouse romantic comedy, involving, at various times: a disastrous talent quest, a lawyer with a revolver, a bulldog with a mind of his own and a suit of armour! The maid, or marriageable young woman, of the American title is red-haired, dog-loving Wilhelmina “Billie” Bennet. The three men are Bream Mortimer, a long-time friend and admirer of Billie, Eustace Hignett, a poet of sensitive disposition who is engaged to Billie at the opening of the tale, and Sam Marlowe, Eustace’s would-be-dashing cousin, who falls for Billie at first sight. All four find themselves on an ocean liner headed for England together (hence the British title), along with an elephant-gun-wielding young woman called Jane Hubbard who is smitten with Eustace the poet. Typically Wodehousian romantic shenanigans ensue. Even Estace’s redoubtable mother (a Theosophist author and public speaker) fails to quell the excitement.

Sam Claflin: Meet the Actor

  • Publisher: Apple Inc.
  • Total Episodes: 4

Actor Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) talks about his new film The Quiet Ones. Inspired by actual events, the movie is an unnerving thriller about a group of British university students who “experiment” on a young girl who harbors unspeakable secrets.

I Hearth Geeks – A World of Warcraft Show

  • Publisher: Produced by Chris Pope
  • Total Episodes: 15

I Hearth Geeks is a weekly World of Warcraft show that records live with Actress Teal Sherer, also known as Venom from the hit webseries The Guild, Model and Geek Girl Maria Palafox and British Boy wonder Russ Clarke! Produced by Chris Pope of the Tech Jives.net. http://ihearthgeeks.com

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