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6 of the best podcasts with couples as the hosts you should listen to now


By Edaein OConnell
04th Sep 2020
6 of the best podcasts with couples as the hosts you should listen to now

Have you ever listened to a podcast with a real-life couple at the helm? Here are six of the best you can add to your list


Coming into the colder months, we will all be looking for activities to fill the long nights.

So why not relax, pour a cup of tea, light a candle, and listen to a podcast.

We have been blessed with podcasts over the last few years. Originally a niche concept, just about everyone is recording their thoughts and feelings right now.

It was only a matter of time before couples took to the stage. From sex to children to arguments, couples are being honest about what it takes for a relationship to be successful and are lending their wisdom to us.

Here are six of the best you can listen to now.

Sha**ed, Married, Annoyed

Hosted by married couple Rosie and Chris Ramsey, this podcast sees the duo trying to have a conversation without their toddler interrupting them. Expect honest conversations about life, relationships, arguments, annoyances, parenting, and growing up.

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Brooklyn based Khadeen and Devale Ellis host this podcast that focuses on everything from sex to politics. Lots of honest chat and New York attitude.

Spencer and Vogue

The dynamic duo is back with a podcast where you will hear what they’re doing, thinking, and disagreeing on every week as they bring topics to the table, play games with Google, and answer your questions.

Marriage and Martinis

Hosted by American couple Danielle and Adam, this podcast explores every hilarious, heartfelt, shocking, embarrassing, and completely inappropriate facet of marriage and parenting.

The Froth with Rhod Gilbert, Sian Harries and Friends

Married comedians Rhod Gilbert and Sian Harries host this hilariously random podcast that focuses on anything other than the depressing news cycle. Expect laughs, pigeons, and Peter Andre.

Jenna and Julien

This podcast – hosted by YouTube star Jenna Mourey a.k.a Jenna Marbles and her partner Julien Solamita – ran for six years but ended earlier in the summer due to controversy. However, it’s still a good podcast to listen to with plenty of funny episodes to binge. It’s filled with randomness, couples chat, and some drunk conversations.


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