What I’m listening to

This week, I thought I’d share some of the podcasts I listen to when I’m embroidering. I can’t sit in the quiet and as I mostly work alone, I love the chatter a podcast provides. I listen to a mix of craft, museum and comedy podcasts so here a few of my favourites.

Stitchery Stories

I was one of the artists interviewed for the fantastic Stitchery Stories podcast back in 2018. Susan is great host and shares her love of textiles with artists and makers from across the globe. There are so many episodes to catch up on and some of the featured artists include Jenni Dutton, Claire Mort and David Morrish better known as Kingfly on Instagram.

You can listen to all the episodes and find out more here.

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast

I came across this podcast from the US on Twitter and I’m so glad I did. It’s a great mix of craft knowledge and chat with pets and quirkiness thrown into the mix. Season four has just started with hosts Haley and Mollie and I can’t wait to hear more about their crafting and Haley’s cats of course!

You can listen to the episodes and find out more here.

I Hate It But I Love It

If you love film and TV then this is the podcast for you. Hateful optimists and loving pessimists Kat Angus and Jocelyn Geddie break down movies and TV shows that they totally hate… but also really love at the same time. This podcast has me laughing out loud and even listening to my favourite episodes more than once.

You can listen to the episodes and find out more here.

Museums n’That

Museums attract passionate people like moths to a flame, and this podcast gets looks at what makes them tick, asking the questions you really want to know the answers to like can you archive an orange? Hosts Meg and Sara are brilliant and this hysterical and informative podcast is definitely worth and listen.

You can listen to the episodes and find out more here.

The Villain Was Right

This podcast is part of The From Superheroes network like IHIBILI and comedians Craig Fey and Rebecca Reeds view movies and TV shows from the villain’s perspective and dare to ask if they were really all that bad. Like IHIBILI, I’m always laughing out loud even if I haven’t seen the film or TV show.

You can listen to the episodes and find out more here.