The whole team here at Peppersmith HQ are big fans of podcasts. Whether we're squeezing one into the half an hour commute or we're sitting with our feet up on a Sunday, all of us have always got at least one on the go. So, we're here to share our favourites with you, and we hope there's something for everyone.
Seth Godin's Start up School. Thinking of setting up your own business? Find out everything you need to know from our old favourite, Seth. A marketing masterclass.
How I built this. Want to learn more about the world of start ups? Listen to host Guy Raz talk to innovators, entrepreneurs, and idealists about the stories behind the movements and businesses they have built.
Squiggly Careers. In need of a bit of career advice? Head this way for tips, tools and practical, action focused advice on how to take control of your future career wise. Ladies assemble - this one is mostly aimed at women.
Freakonomics Radio. Epic discussions about socioeconomic issues and human behaviour. Quote Mike, co-founder of Peppersmith, "The kings of the alternative take on the world."
Ted Radio Hour. Fan of a good old Ted Talk and fancy learning something new?This podcasts showcases edited Ted Talks in audio form with commentary – no really, it works.
Under the Skin with Russel Brand. The actor and comedian takes a look at what's beneath the surface of the people we admire and the ideas that define our time. Great if you’re in the mood to get into some big ideas and theories.
A Sustainable Mind Podcast. A must-listen for the earth conscious amongst us. Or anyone looking to make any small changes for that matter. Includes great tips and actionable advice.
Feel like switching off?
The Adam and Joe show. Funnier and smarter than any comedy pair since Dudley Moore and Peter Cook.
No such thing as a fish. Funny facts from the people behind the BBC's hit show QI. The four of hosts (collectively known as the QI elves) huddle around a microphone and discuss the best things they've found out this week.
Sports and the great outdoors
Outside podcast. People having seriously more scary fun than anyone we know. The series The Outside Interview sees Christopher Keyes interrogating the biggest figures in sports, adventure, and politics.
The Big Interview with Graham Hunter. We know there are a zillion Football focused podcasts so it's nice to find one with intelligent, and at times very personal, one-to-one interviews with some of the biggest names in the sport.
Marathon Talk. One for the runners, this podcast is hosted by experienced multi-sport athletes Martin Yelling and Tom Williams who will keep you up to date by discussing recent events and interviewing top athletes.
For the kids
Wow in the World. The funniest science show for kids since Jonny Ball* used to do his thing on the TV. *Zoe’s dad for anyone under 38.