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Listen to uplifting, meaningful, deep and fun podcasts on different topics to learn, grow & more!

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Scriptural Diagnoses

Dr. Christy Kane and Rebecca Hoffman have a passion for mental health wellness especially founded in truths through ancient text. They believe emotions can be processed through scriptures and healing can be achievable.

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Stuff Mom Never Told You

"You don't have to be a royal fan to appreciate Meghan Markle's first foray into the podcast world(though there's plenty to enjoy here if you are.) In fact, her newly-launched show is all about women, specifically "the labels that try to hold women back"—like the double-standard "ambitious" women are subjected to, a conversation she shares with none other than her friend and tennis great Serena Williams. Expect insightful thoughts from historians and experts on the roles women are expected to play and how to push back against them."

"Delving into quandaries both historical and modern, hosts Anney and Samantha dig into the issues that affect women today, including mental health, sexuality, and body politics, and examine them from every angle to better understand what it means to be female in our world. Expect deep dives into everything from why choosing steak over salad has gendered connotations to the complicated social history of tanning to the causes and effects of the Roe v. Wade decision." —Lauren Hubbard

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Oprah's no longer just the Queen of TV; she also reigns supreme in the podcast world. Her SuperSoul Conversations series features interviews with authors, doctors, faith leaders, and artists about life's biggest questions, and promises to help listeners examine their own lives in hopes of improving them." —Caroline Hallemann

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Second Life

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Our Body Politic

"Who What Wear founder Hillary Kerr interviews notable women who have pivoted professionally later in their careers on Second Life. The inspiring and candid conversations provide the incredible backstories behind some of today’s most powerful founders and executives, including Sarah Gibson Tuttle, founder and CEO of Olive & June, TV personality and cookbook author Carla Hall, and Jen Atkin, the celebrity hairstylist and founder of haircare line Ouai." — Maggie Maloney

"Award-winning journalist Farai Chideya's illuminating podcast digs deep into the biggest political, economic, and social stories of the moment and expands on them through the perspectives of women of color. From subjects like how American voting systems can imperil democracy to the social inequities of the legal cannabis industry to the infrastructures of childcare, you'll come out of every listen equal parts informed and intrigued." — Lauren Hubbard

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Maintenance Phase

"Author and self-proclaimed "fat lady about town" Aubrey Gordon is joined by former You're Wrong About co-host Michael Hobbes in chasing down the truth behind wellness fads like the Master Cleanse and celery juice, digging into the realities of eating disorders, and exploring the hidden side of some nostalgic moments in fitness history like the President's Physical Fitness Test and those Snackwell cookies we all lived on in the '90s in this funny and thought-provoking body podcast." — Lauren Hubbard

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A Thing or Two

"Every week, Claire and Erica chat about their favorite recent discoveries from the products that make modern motherhood just a little easier to the perfect airplane snack to Instagram-worthy earrings that are perfect for any occasion. Their on-point recommendations are complemented by interviews with the entrepreneurs (often fellow female duos) you’re about to hear about everywhere. — Caroline Hallemann

Stuff You Missed in History Class

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"Though it's not exclusively about women, hosts Holly and Tracy feature tons of amazing and frequently unsung women—think: the female nurses and caretakers at the battle of Gettysburg, mathematician Emmy Noether, and Marie-Antoinette's stylist Rose Bertin—as well as events that shaped the lives of women and shook the political world (Queen Victoria's Lady Hastings scandal, the London Match Girl Strike, and Catherine de Medici's machinations to hold the throne of France) on this engaging history podcast." —Lauren Hubbard

Moms Don't Have Time To Read Books 

"In Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books, Zibby Owens creates a literature lover’s ideal podcast through exclusive interviews with acclaimed authors like Dr. Jill Biden, Emily Henry, and Natalie Portman. In their conversations, Owens and her guests discuss character and theme—as well as their lives outside of writing." — Swarna Gowtham


"The wellness industry is as powerful as it is, well, a little ridiculous (it's no coincidence this podcast's title is "Goop" spelled backward, after all.) Comedians Kate Berlant and Jacqueline Novak delve into both sides of it as they try products, talk to experts, and crack each other up in pursuit of, well, wellness." — Lauren Hubbard

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Call Your Girlfriend

"While Call Your Girlfriend is no longer publishing new episodes, the archive is still worth a deep dive if you in want of a podcast binge. For years, host and best friends Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman chatted long-distance about of-the-moments issues like voter suppression, the #MeToo movement, and politics while also catching up on the latest in pop culture and the literary world." —Caroline Hallemann

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My Favorite Murder

"True crime lovers are justifiably hooked on this surprisingly hilarious hit podcast from Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark in which they tell each other true crime stories, with ample commentary that makes it feel like you're sitting down for a chat with your two murder-and-mystery loving BFFs."—Lauren Hubbard

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The Players' Pod

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"Creator and host Anna Sale explores the hard questions about life in this interview-style podcast from WNYC. In conversations with guests ranging from politicians and celebrities to bodega owners and restaurant servers, Sales explores everything from relationships to sex, money, and anything else that involves the messiness of the human condition. In one episode, Sales brings in Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Veteran Sesame Street Actor Sonia Manzano to talk about their native neighborhood, the Bronx, and their childhoods. In another, Sales interviews a former McDonald's employee who shares the challenges of working in food service. Tune in for an all-encompassing and insightful podcast hosted by a brilliant journalist." — Swarna Gowtham

"Women athletes don't always get the spotlight that they deserve. This podcast, hosted by two-time World Cup champ and Olympic gold medalist Kelley O’Hara, aims to change that by sitting down with standout women from all over the sporting world to talk about their journeys to greatness."

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Still Buffering

"Listen as sisters Sydnee McElroy, Teylor Smirl, and Rileigh Smirl (of the McElroy family universe of podcasts) take on the question of what it's like to be a teen, with episode topics ranging from angsty poetry, to the internet, to life in college. While it would certainly be informative for young people today, a heavy dose of nostalgia makes it interesting listening for women of all ages." — Caroline Hallemann

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Girls Gotta Eat 

"When your best friend isn’t available for a quick phone call about boys, booze, and food, the next best thing is Rayna Greenberg and Ashley Hesseltine’s “Girls Gotta Eat.” Nothing is off the table with these two—their candid conversations cover everything from sexual fanatasies to the power of female friendships. They also bring in writers, comedians, and therapists who help them delve deeper into these topics in a light-hearted manner." — Swarna GowthamGirls

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Terrible, Thanks for Asking

"Nora McInerny, a self-proclaimed 'hot young widow' hosts this podcast, which honestly answers the omnipresent question "how are you?" with frank and refreshing discussions of grief, pain, emotion, and the awkward, uncomfortable issues so often brushed aside. Sometimes it's hard to listen to, but that's exactly what makes it worth your time." — Caroline Hallemann

Bad with Money with Gaby Dunn

"This is not your typical financial advice podcast. Gaby Dunn goes deep on the structures that impact personal wealth, specifically examining the intersection of money and social justice." — Caroline Hallemann

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"Need a quick dose of womanly greatness? These 5 minute profiles of great women in history (think: spies, athletes, artists, CEOs, and more) are just what the doctor ordered when you're feeling a little uninspired." — Lauren Hubbard

51 Percent

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"The title is a reference to the female demographic, women make up around 51 percent of the American population and every year new challenges women as citizens. Host Jesse King, explores those issues in depth with women who are experts in their respective fields. These conversations range from how women are perceived in the workplace to how laws affect an American woman's autonomy. In this podcast made to explore gender bias, women's issues are discussed in a deep and informational manner." — Swarna Gowtham

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Living Fully

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"In this Crooked Media-produced podcast, political commentator Erin Ryan and former Obama White House Deputy Chief of Staff Alyssa Mastromonaco speak about a wide range of issues, from reproductive rights to TV shows. They do it all with candor, humor, and care, while bringing on a whole host of notable female guests—think Hillary Clinton, Rep. Karen Bass, and Stacey Abrams."

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The Well Woman Show 

"Looking for motivation through your headphones? Go ahead and download Living Fully. The podcast from Mallory Ervin focuses on how to seek out satisfaction in the modern world, and smashes through any preconceived notions you may have about a former beauty pageant contestant doling out life advice. While the show has been on hiatus for a few months now, we're keeping fingers crossed it'll return soon." — Caroline Hallemann

"The Well Woman Show Success comes with messiness, and host and life coach Giovonna Rossi is here to tell listeners that’s okay. Conversations with high-achieving women who experience anxiety and burnout highlight the stressors of juggling a professional life as well as a personal one, and in solo episodes—dubbed “Just Giovanna”—Rossi offers advice on how to stay grounded, with suggestions stemming from her 20+ years of working with women, as well as reassurance that it’s okay to struggle with 'doing it all.' " — Swarna Gowtham

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Queens Podcast

"In the Queen’s Podcast, hosts Katy and Nathan are here to spill some historical tea. Their conversational episodes (which pair perfectly with a cup of coffee or a glass of merlot) explore fabulous high society women from the past and present. These chats chronicle the lives of European royalty like Catherine the Great as well as legendary women in entertainment like Betty White." — Swarna Gowtham

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