Team VÖOST is surviving iso with these reads and podcasts

  • 07 May 2020


Ear Biscuits

This American podcast is hosted by two comedians Rhett and Link, well known for their YouTube Series Good Mythical Morning. The two discuss anything and everything and don’t hold back on the side of laughs either!

Each week they bring you a new and topical subject talking about things that are happening in the world and within their own lives. The duo will have you laughing from start to finish.

No such thing as a fish

No such thing as a fish is a weekly podcast series presented by the researchers behind the BBC game QI. Each week the four presenters bring to the podcast their favourite facts for discussion. The podcast has been so successful that they have taken their show on the road and record podcasts in front of a live audience.

If you need some light-hearted fun and are ready to leave iso with a pocket full of facts for your first brunch after lockdown tune into one of their hundreds of shows and if you catch up? There’s a new one every Friday.


If you haven’t yet listened to Casefile, you’re missing out. The Australian true crime podcast dives deep into some of the scariest true crime stories and cold cases. More often than not the cases are Australian, but the podcast has occasionally takes a dive into crimes from the UK and America. We’d love to tell you who the author of this incredibly popular podcast is – but we can’t! The author of this podcast likes to remain anonymous, encouraging the audience to pay more attention to the story than the author.

Chat 10 looks 3

This delightful podcast is a weekly discussion between two Australian journalists Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales. Their shows cover anything and everything, books, television, movies food and the list goes on!

Listening to their witty banter will have you feeling like you’re sitting with friends at the coffee shop talking about whatever you want!


The light between oceans – M.L. Stedman

This story is set in the early 1900’s and follows the story of Tom and wife Isabelle. After returning from WWI Tom takes a job as a lightkeeper and he and Isabelle relocate their lives. Together they try to start a family and after a few miscarriages and a stillbirth the heartbroken couple hear the sounds of a crying baby. Outside a boat has washed ashore with a dead man and a baby. The couple must make a decision to keep what they so badly want as their own? Or to report the death and infant left behind?

The tattooist of Auschwitz - Heather Morris

This heartbreaking true story follows the life of Lale, a captured Slovakian Jew who worked as a Tätowierer in Auschwitz.

In Lale’s story we learn some of the horrific things that happened in the concentration camp during the two and a half years he was held captive there and how Lale worked, risking everything, to keep the other prisoners alive.

Amongst all the awful, we also follow the impossible love story between Lale and Gita, showing us that even in the darkest of places, love can survive.

The Courage To Be Disliked - Fumitake Koga and Ichiro Kishimi

This bestseller follows the conversation between a philosopher and a young man. Helping millions of people around the world unlock the power within themselves to be the person you really want to be. These simple lessons will give you the courage to be disliked.

City of Girls – Elizabeth Gilbert

Is the story of 19 year old Vivian Morris who, after getting kicked out of her college, is sent to Manhattan to live with her Aunt Peg. Vivian’s aunt owns a theatre called the Lily Playhouse where Vivian meets a whole new world of artists who teach her more than she ever could have thought. It is also where Vivian makes a mistake that will turn her life upside down!

At 95 years, Vivian recounts the story of her teenage years that lead her to the love of her life and shaped her life forever.