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Banjo’s Favourite Kid Podcasts

The number of podcasts out there has boomed over the last couple of years – there really is something for everyone! Did you know that there are some top-quality offerings aimed specifically at children too?

Stick one on whilst you’re in the car, pottering around together or hunker down for some cosy, calm listening time. 

Check out our five favourites below!

Everything Under the Sun

Original QI elf and answerer-extraordinaire Molly Oldfield has created a fun, informative and warm podcast that the whole family will enjoy. With the help of some brilliant guests from Lauren Child to George the Poet, Molly answers questions posed by children about life on Earth – and her explanations are fun, accessible and extremely satisfying! Listen here (rumour has it Tom Fletcher is Molly’s most recent guest!)

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

Based on the global best-selling book series written by Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo, each episode of this inspiring podcast focuses on extraordinary women from around the world, and is told in a lovely, fairy-tale style. You can find it here.

Circle Round

Showcasing gorgeous adaptations of folk tales from around the world using music, sound and raising important and interesting themes for families to explore. Created and produced by parents of young children, this is great for 4 – 10-year-olds. Have a listen here.

Story Pirates

Kids’ ideas are used as inspiration for this funny, lively show which sees performers creating hilarious sketch comedy and catchy songs from their stories! Perfect for when your little ones need a good giggle. 

The Week Junior Show

This podcast comes from behind the scenes at the wonderful The Week Junior magazine and presenters get stuck in to debate, questions and news stories which inform and entertain. 

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