Team VÖOST loves

  • 02 September 2020

As you may know, the VÖOST HQ is based in Melbourne so it’s safe to say we’re doing our fair share of ‘at home’ activities at the moment. Lockdown sure has made us quite the expert team when it comes to recommendations for what to watch, read or listen to. So, we’ve done the hard work and we’re sharing our faves with you right here…


After Work Drinks podcast
Isabelle Truman and Grace O’Neill

Hosted by two magazine editors (and friends), After Work Drinks covers news and pop culture in a refreshingly fun and intelligent way.

The Michelle Obama Podcast
Michelle Obama

If there’s one thing the world loves more than Barak Obama – its Michelle Obama. Michelle discusses various topics with guests and says her aim is to talk to close family, friends and colleagues about ‘the relationships that make us who we are.’

Hamish and Andy
Hamish Blake and Andy Lee

Possibly Australia’s funniest duo have been creating weekly podcasts for a few years now. The duo has their audience in stitches picking on each other as well as taking digs at their button pusher Cackling Jack. Despite the typical nature of podcasts Hamish and Andy still have a knack for making the show about their listeners.


The Rosie Project
Graeme Simsion

Don Tillman, a socially challenged genetics professor in Melbourne, Australia and has never been on a second date. In order to find the right partner in life, Don creates a questionnaire and commences The Wife Project.

This hilarious feel good novel is just the pick me up you need!

Glennon Doyle

In her most revealing and powerful memoir yet, the activist, speaker, bestselling author, and “patron saint of female empowerment” explores the joy and peace we discover when we stop striving to meet others’ expectations and start trusting the voice deep within us.

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?: (And other concerns)
Mindy Kaling

American actress, comedian and writer Mindy Kaling recounts hilarious stories in her life from childhood to adulthood in this hilarious biography. Mindy offers advice you shouldn’t take too seriously on friendship and love. Her stories will have you laughing out loud and thinking you’re not so different from this Hollywood star.



Marty, a financial advisor in Chicago works for a large drug cartel laundering money. When things go awry Marty is left no choice but to relocate his family to the Missouri Ozarks to keep them safe.


Based on a true story this short series follows Esty a Hasidic Jewish woman who decides to escape an arranged marriage and the only life she’s ever known.

Dead to me

Jen’s husband was killed in a hit and run, and Jen is set on finding the person who did it. Judy has also suffered a loss of her own. The two meet in a support group and become friends. Despite her bubbly and optimistic personality Judy has a dark secret that could change her friendship with Jen forever.