Kate Moross recommend their favourite podcasts of the month

Podcast of the Month with Kate Moross

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Once upon a time we used to have spaces in the day, perhaps when travelling to work, going for a run, sitting in bed, when we might spend some time reading a book, listening to music, or vacantly gazing into space, thinking about nothing in particular. Not any longer, nowadays many of us are filling that time with podcasts.

But there are so many podcasts out there, how do you decide what to listen to? We often go by recommendations from friends and colleagues. So, we thought each month we’d ask one of our friends and colleagues at Breed about which podcasts they’d recommend.

This month for March: Kate Moross

How do you discover new podcasts?

Word of mouth, or through other podcast networks or shows.

Do you have favourite subjects that you seek out?

I listen to mostly true crime, politics, and science podcasts.

When do you listen to them?

On the way to and from work, when I walk the dogs, and every night in bed.

Which three podcasts would you recommend?

This is Actually Happening

Stories told in the first person about what happens and the chaos that can ensue when everything changes.

Find it here.


A podcast hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, which takes an accessible look at matters of philosophical and scientific interest, to a very distinctive background soundtrack.

Find it here.

Sword and Scale

An American podcast that explores true crime stories. (DISCLAIMER: Only listen if you like really gruesome, dark true crime and can handle super-traumatic accounts and recordings of crimes.)

Find it here.