With approximately 17 billion podcast to choose from it can be hard to find the right one. But don't worry - we've got you - whether you're looking for a pastime to get you through the morning commute, or something to rid your feminist guilt, here's a selection of podcasts guaranteed to get your mind buzzing this season.
1. Reversal Of The Muse
The music industry has been hugely male-dominated but British singer and songwriter Laura Marling has created the new project with the mission to 'establish why there is a real lack of female presence in the recording studio, and to discuss whether it makes any difference to the final outcome of the recordings'.
2. Guys We F****d
Corinne Fisher & Krystyna Hutchinson (known as the comedy duo Sorry About Last Night) want to make the world a more sex-positive place. Their the anti slut-shaming podcast is speading the message that women should be able to have sex with whomever and whenever they want. Each week they interview a man they slept with hilarious results.
3. Spark True Stories
Our very own version of The Moth – this is 'Britain's first true storytelling club' features three different people telling real life stories in each podcast. There is a range of different topics but they have requirements for the podcast: the story must be true, it must be genuinely yours and it must be under five minutes long.
4. The Guilty Feminist
Ever felt like a bad feminist? Comedians Sofie Hagen and Deborah Frances-White have got you. Their podcast discuss their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles in front of a live audience and features a guest each week.
5. She Explores
Always wished you were more of an explorer but can never actually be bother to get off the sofa? This podcast for and about women who are inspired by time spent outside, and on the road.
6. Lazy Girl Running
Former dedicated couch potato, Laura fountain, talks all things running, from 5k to ultra marathons often recorded while running. You'll feel fitter just by listening.
7. Modern Love
Prepare to get emotional as this Podcast is based on the popular New York Times column, with readings by notable personalities and updates from the essayists themselves with stories of love, loss and redemption.
8. Made Of Human
Sophie Hagen's new podcast speaks to people about how they function as humans and advice on how to be alive. How do they cope? How do they deal with their darkness? How to feel less alone with their weirdnesses?
9. Ctrl Alt Delete
Writer, blogger, all round life-hero Emma Gannon interviews some seriously inspiring women with incredible stories to tell. From friendship to feminism - at the heart of every conversation is how the Internet and social media has changed our lives forever.