10 Caribbean Podcasts You Should be Listening To

Hi Carnivalists!

As we’re gearing up for the cooler weather months and relaxing indoors; whether it’s a particularly good episode from a fave or a newcomer, here’s a roundup of some of our favorite Caribbean podcasts to check out this month. You’re also in luck, I am on the podcast rollout this month with WI Kulcha kicking off their video podcast. Check us out

Oh Hell No Podcast

The Oh Hell No is a podcast where, the host, K. Nicole Bent interviews everyday people about finding their passion and purpose in life. 

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In My Head Podcast 

We’re all human and we’re all flawed, this podcast touches on mental health. In My Head Podcast is an introspective look on life’s vast topics, from a voyeuristic point of view.

Listen here

 

A Big Box of Crayons

From the graphics and creators of all things aeasthically pleasing, these crayons focus on documenting and sharing the stories of Trinidad and Tobago’s creative thinkers and makers. This is an inspiring podcast for any creative or business thinker out there.

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Therapy Over Silence

This podcast explores all areas of wellness and gives Practical tips to achieve total wellness!

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Style & Vibes

Style & Vibes explores Caribbean Culture, music, Caribbean fashion and much more.

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Monogamish

Monogamish discusses ethical non-monogamy (ENM) and polyamory (polyam) through a Black Caribbean lens.

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Nice-Ish

Nice-ish is a carnival-specific podcast that addresses chat-worthy topics straight off the Caribbean social scene.

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Talk that Talk

Join Joyce and Britt for their weekly podcast as they discuss topics around social issues, current events, and everything in between. These soul sisters are providing a safe space for listeners that want to gain new perspectives on life and culture and receive inspiration from change-makers throughout the globe. 

Listen here

Di Soca Analysts 

Discussion podcast focusing on soca music and pushing Caribbean and West Indian Culture. Let’s talk 2020 soca and issues facing Caribbean/West-Indian people worldwide.

Listen here

The Caribbean Woman Podcast

A podcast for ambitious women based in the Caribbean.⁣

Listen here

If you are familiar with these or would like to check out some others, get into this Twitter thread.

XOXO

 

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