Kind en gezin – Verenigd Koninkrijk – Nieuwe podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Liv is about to embark on the rollercoaster of motherhood so strap in - weโ€™re all along for the ride! Meanwhile, Emilyโ€™s a few years in and here to reassure us that with the right tools, you can still live a rich and full life. 


    Meet Liv, an influencer, and Emily, a Baby Sleep Consultant, as they navigate the highs and lows of motherhood in Just You Wait! 


    This podcast throws out the classic โ€œjust you waitsโ€ often heard before having a baby, showcasing two mamas living well!


    Grab a cuppa and join Liv and Emily every Monday for deep chats about all things motherhood, relationships and life. Expect, full belly laughs, raw honesty and plenty of tears too!


    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Welcome to What's On YoungMinds? - a mental health podcast by and for young people. Join us for honest conversations with young people that shed light on the challenges and triumphs of navigating mental health, getting support and finding joy along the way.

    YoungMinds is the UK's leading mental health charity fighting for young people's mental health. Check out the YoungMinds website for a variety of information and advice designed to help improve the mental health of young people up to the age of 25. We have information for both young people and their parents or carers on mental health conditions, feelings, medications and different life situations, as well as training courses and resources for professionals working with young people.

    Join in the conversation on social @YoungMindsUK

  • A collection of famous and lesser known stories for children of all ages. Great for car journeys or bedtimes. 

  • Chrissie Davies, affectionately known as The Child Charmer, is on a mission to change the way the world views children's behaviour. Every week on this podcast, Chrissie will use her 26 years of knowledge to educate, inspire and guide families and educators on how to use therapeutic approaches to support behavioural responses in children.

    In Chrissie's world, there is no such thing as bad or naughty children. Just some gorgeous little human beings looking for connection, guidance, empathy, and understanding from their grownups.

    Each week Chrissie will share her thought leadership around all things Therapeutic Parenting, child brain development, unplugging children, and getting back to some good old grassroots ideologies about growing up kids in the modern world: just as nature intended.

    Hang around here long enough, and you will understand why people far and wide are falling in love with Chrissie and her fresh and positive approach to raising kids in the modern world!

  • It’s the club none of us want to be members of, but here we are. This podcast is for all of us, to share and celebrate the stories of our children, and offer support to each other. We'll explore topics relevant to us as we navigate the world as bereaved parents. Whether your loss was last week, last month, last year or even last century, you're welcome here. And whether your child was a baby, a youngster, a teenager, an adult, or even a parent themselves, you're welcome here.

  • Professional Working Mum with Ruth Moody is a podcast designed to explore the highs and lows of parenting whilst also holding down a professional role. In each episode Ruth interviews a different woman in a senior role who has experienced the transition of returning to work and the juggle of combining motherhood with work.

    As an executive coach, Ruth has worked with many senior women supporting them to thrive at work and at home and she explores some of the lessons that her guests have learnt through holding this dual role of mother and professional working mum.

    The podcast is reflective, insightful and meaningful and helps guests to uncover both their emotional and practical experiences of working and parenting.

    Through sharing these moving, funny and challenging stories, Ruth aims to open up the conversation around juggling motherhood and work and help to reduce the guilt and feelings of failure that are often experienced by women who are trying to do both.

  • Welcome to 'Conversations with a SEND Mum' a podcast hosted by Nicole Bateman who is a SEND Mum herself and Co-Founder of The Super Sensory Squad. This podcast is dedicated to authentic conversations with SEND Parentsโ€”sharing the realities, challenges, and triumphs of raising children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. 

    Expect open, supportive chats that bring together the experiences and stories of parents navigating the unique world of SEND parenting. Alongside these chats, we'll have professionals in the SEND community offering practical advice and ideas as well as real life experiences from neurodivergent adults. Join us for genuine conversations with those who truly 'get it'. There'll be laughter, maybe some tears, but after tuning in, you, as a SEND parent, will feel a little less alone.


  • For parents returning to work after children. Amy Grilli and Emma Harvey discuss how they, and other parents, navigate life between school runs.

    Join the revolution at www.fivehourclub.com and @fivehourclub on Instagram to help us shape the Five Hour Workday. 

    Because working 9-5 doesn't work for parents.

  • Dive into the complexities of raising tech-savvy kids with my upcoming podcast series!

    Join us as we explore the challenges parents face in the digital age and uncover strategies for navigating the ever-changing landscape of online safety, screen time management, and digital literacy.

    Hear from fellow parents as they share their experiences, concerns, and insights on raising children in today's digital jungle.

    Stay tuned for expert advice, real-life stories, and practical tips to help you guide your family through the digital wilderness.

    Don't miss out on essential conversations to empower your parenting journey in the digital era!

    #DigitalParenting #OnlineSafety #TechKids #DigitalJungle

  • The Dadsnet Podcast with JK & Al is THE parenting podcast, with gear reviews, celebrity interviews, and stories from the Dadsnet community.

    Hosted by JK (off of Heart, and the 90s) and Al (the founder of Dadsnet), this show is packed full of helpful and interesting stuff for parents - whether it's reviewing the latest baby monitor, hearing awful and funny stories from Dadsnet community members, or interviewing Romesh Ranganathan.

    Subscribe and follow so you never miss a show, or head over to Dadsnet on facebook to see all the video content from this week's show!

  • Join Ms. Amber the early childhood expert talking about all things related to the early years! From picking the right preschool, potty training, marriage you name it we are going to talk about it.

    "Top podcasts for new moms of infants?"
    "Educational podcasts for toddlers?"
    "Podcasts for childcare center owners – recommendations?"
    "Parenting tips podcasts for the early years?"
    "Engaging podcasts for parents of 2-year-olds?"
    "Must-listen parenting podcasts for preschoolers?"
    "Early childhood education podcasts for teachers?"
    "Parenting podcast episodes on child development milestones?"
    "Inspirational podcasts for mothers of young kids?"
    "Effective parenting strategies podcasts?"
    "Podcasts on creating a positive learning environment for toddlers?"
    "Childcare center management podcasts – any suggestions?"
    "Parenting advice podcasts for the first five years?"
    "Interviews with early childhood educators podcasts?"
    "Parenting podcast episodes on fostering creativity in toddlers?"
    "Podcasts for childcare providers on building strong parent-teacher relationships?"
    "Educational podcasts for preschool teachers?"
    "Parenting podcasts with expert advice on toddler behavior?"
    "Childcare center ownership success stories – any podcasts?"
    "Podcasts discussing the importance of play in early childhood?"
    "Parenting tips for sleep training podcasts?"
    "Effective communication podcasts for parents and teachers?"
    "Inclusive education podcasts for early childhood educators?"
    "Parenting podcasts that discuss nutrition for toddlers?"
    "Infancy Loss podcast and stories?"

  • A podcast for parents navigating the complexities of raising children with the Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) profile of autism. Join host Rose, a late diagnosed autistic mum, as we explore her and other parents' experiences with PDA, home education, unschooling, and the challenges of being a parent as a late-diagnosed or undiagnosed neurodivergent person. This podcast aims to create a supportive space for sharing experiences, emphasising that you're not alone on this often difficult journey. Gain practical strategies, insights, and a sense of community where we all understand both the ups and downs of parenting and home educating a PDAer.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Canine connections your one stop shop for everything canine related! We’re going to discuss owning canines, breeding them, training them, raising them properly and so much! Anything to do with canines we’ll be discussing!

  • Hi I'm Marc from Dogpoint! The Dogpoint Podcast is where myself and other guests talk about a variety of dog topics such as training, nutrition, care, and others.

  • Hello and welcome to my new podcast. This podcast explores honest, real life experiences of pet parents and professionals navigating their journeys with their pets into the natural world and how these experiences help shape their unique journeys into natural healing and beyond. We hope to inspire and entertain pet parents worldwide by delving deep into trials, tribulations and triumphs during light hearted discussions between friends. This is a safe space for everyone, and we respect dogs and people as individuals in this world. We hope you love listening as much as we love talking about dogs.

    If you have any questions or would like to share your story with us, please email me at [email protected]

    Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!):

    https://uppbeat.io/t/mark-july/today-is-the-day

    License code: 1JUSHLLAVMM6YVRF

  • Take a deep breath, relax and enjoy some of your favourite bedtime story’s, perfect for bedtime listening.

  • A collection of Lets Talk narrated stories including some of the biggest stories ever published.

  • Parenting a teen can be incredibly difficult. Being a teen who is struggling at this stage of life is equally challenging. It can feel like no one understands what you are going through. This podcast is where we talk about topics that are important for teenagers, their parents and their families with the hope to help them navigate this journey and grow together. I will share my professional insights and my personal stories along with my special guests to make this PODCAST awesomely good.

  • Welcome to the BEST parent podcast, my name is Anneka Burch and I am hosting this series. As a Midwife of 14 years and a mum of 3 children myself I have a varied experience in parenting from many different angles. Over the past few years I have felt a desire.... my purpose to help others in parenting.Whether you are in the planning stages, are an expectant or a new parent; the ultimate aim we all have is to be the BEST parent that we can. During the series we have many guests planned and will be sharing stories and tips for pregnancy and new parenthood from the perspective of parents, health professionals and experts within this field.Thank you so much for listening it means so much to me. Please subscribe and share with others you feel may benefit.

  • Podcast host Sara, a longstanding owner and avid breeder, aims to redress the balance by shining a passionate positive light on one of the world's most established, recognisable, and popular pedigree breeds: the Bulldog (English). She takes the time to share the breed's quirks, character, and attributes with like-minded people while also addressing concerns about the future of flat-faced breeds.

    Sara's dedication to the breed spans over 38 years, during which she has been deeply involved in various breed-related activities. Sara's commitment is unparalleled, from breeding and showcasing champions under the esteemed LaRoyal kennel name to serving as an international breed specialist conformation judge. Beyond these roles, she has held key positions in breed clubs, assumed officer roles, and contributed to numerous committees.

    Driven by a profound frustration with persistent breed misjudgments, Sara embarked on a mission to amplify her voice and unite with fellow Bulldog enthusiasts. Together, they advocate for transparency and fairness, striving to rectify misconceptions and ensure the breed's integrity remains intact.