7 Local Podcasts to Listen to on Spotify for Free

Free Local Singaporean Podcasts Spotify

Listening to a podcast can be done anywhere and anytime. With the plethora of podcasts available for you, you may find it overwhelming to find the right one for you. If you’re looking for local podcasts that talk about relevant issues and trending topics in Singapore, keep on reading!

Podcasts have to be one of the best forms of entertainment. While there is a wide variety of genres to listen to, you’re bound to find one that resonates with you. Podcasts are a great way to learn more about other people’s perspective and hear stories that can help you grow and be inspired. These podcasts were created by Singaporeans for Singaporeans to shed light on local issues and topics and bring about conversation.

To listen to these podcast, be sure that you have a Spotify account! You can sign up for free or pay a fee no more than $11 a month for ad-free streaming. If you’re student, the premium plan is about half that price for ~$5.50 a month.

Overview:

  1. Randomly Relatable SG
  2. Something Private
  3. The Tea with Dee
  4. The Thirsty Sisters
  5. Yah Lah BUT …
  6. The More Better Podcast
  7. The Onion Aunties

1. Randomly Relatable SG 

The hosts of this podcast, Shuraim, Uwais and Sabrina talk about very Singaporean issues and topics that you can relate to! While some episodes may talk about more serious topics, there are also light-hearted ones that are also very relevant to us. A new episode is released every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9pm so be sure to check them out!

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2. Something Private

Something Private is a podcast that discusses everything that can be considered fundamental to females. Hosted by Nicole Lim, the podcast just recently came back with their third season! This podcast is all about standing up for yourself, educating yourself and empowering yourself! It’s about time conversations are started and Something Private is filling the silence.

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3. The Tea with Dee

Tune in to Dee Kosh’s podcast where he spills the latest tea and keeps you updated on the latest gossip! Dee Kosh talks about topics that are relevant not just in Singapore but also current happenings in pop culture. If you’re one for drama and love hearing opinions, THIS is the podcast for you! Dee even involves his listeners are asks for their opinions via the comment section of his Instagram posts.

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4. The Thirsty Sisters

Hosted by Night Owl Cinematics’ Sylvia and Nina, The Thirsty Sisters share their life experiences as well as discuss issues in Singapore. If you’re wondering why they’re so “thirsty”, these women talk about wisdom, success, trends and men.

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5. Yah Lah BUT…

From the duo of Ministry of Funny, Terrence Chia and Haresh Tilani have their podcast series “Yah Lah BUT…” where they discuss current affair news in Singapore! Their timely podcasts can give you all the latest updates on the current rising issues in Singapore and also bring up talking points.

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6. The More Better Podcast

Entertainer Fakkah Fuzz’s podcast is definitely The More Better Podcast. That’s a great title if you ask me, especially for marketing purposes. This podcast mainly features interviews with several well-known and, some may say, iconic Singaporeans such as Hirzi Zulkiflie, Nathan Hartono and Jian Hao Tan! This podcast also talks about relevant issues and discussions in our society today such as mental health and racism.

The Onion Aunties

These ladies talk about issues in Singapore, mainly the issues faced as Asian women. Just like onions, life has many layers and through this podcast, they share experiences that they have had and the lessons they have learnt.

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These podcasts will definitely give you some insight and an alternative perspective to societal issues. What I think is the greatest thing about podcasts is how that isn’t where the conversation ends. On the contrary, I believe podcasts initiate people to start talking about these issues and topics and addressing them. So let’s keep the conversations going and continue gaining the wisdom of these local podcasters!

Let us know what’s your favourite podcast in the comments!

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