The podcasts to watch out for in 2023

In 2022, Australians became the biggest podcast listeners in the world. This emerges from a study by Edison Research on the behavior of digital media The Infinite Dial Australia, 2022. Her research shows that nearly 71 percent of the population ages 12 and older listen to online audio on a weekly basis. On average, Australians listen to seven to nine podcasts a week.

The top rated podcasts of 2022.

The top rated podcasts of 2022.Credit:Stephen Kiprilis

It’s a fast-moving space, according to Cath Dwyer, manager of ABC Radio National, which includes Audio Studios, creators of ABC’s biggest titles conversations, Ladies, we need to talk and parents like everything. The national broadcaster’s other top performers for the year include Complete the British stole, If you listen, Just the jokeand take five with Zan Rowe.

Dwyer has seen both an increase in listeners and a varied range of content that people listen to. While podcasting in its early days was about long, sometimes complicated narratives, ABC is now addressing shorter form segments as well, she says. Maggie Dents parents like everything is one of the first to experiment with a shorter format, covering one topic per episode as before Short and curlyan ethics show for children, and Dwyer expects there will be more of them.

The relaunched daily news podcast news daily is another example that she says people incorporate into their everyday lives, similar to Please explain produced by this imprint. Nine’s regular offerings, including the newcomer It all adds up with financial advice, Naked City by crime reporter John Silvester and Real footy will come again next year.

Keep an eye out for the Play School podcast next year.

Keep an eye out for the Play School podcast next year.

At ABC in 2023, Hamish MacDonald will host a new feature dedicated to the personalities of world leaders in the eight-part Take me to your leader. The lives and legacies of Vladimir Putin, Giorgia Meloni, Xi Jinping, Narendra Modi and more are explored, starting January 29th.

The busiest man in media, Marc Fennell, is set to release the third season of his podcast Stuff the British stole which also made it to the big screen this year, co-produced by Canada’s CBC. Radio National has also announced new seasons days like this by Farz Edraki and Miyuki Jokirantas earshot.

Dwyer says many publishers are looking at ways to connect with children. Watch out for those play school New Year’s Podcast designed for two to four year olds.

Ben Rolleston, Country Head of Audible Australia, says wellness and inspiration titles will start the year locally. That means strengthen yourself, which will fall in March, hosted by Kemi Nekvapil, featuring celebrities like Abbie Chatfield, Brooke Blurton, Yumi Stynes, Yael Stone and more, “for one-on-one power coaching sessions.” Other notable publications include Sex Therapy: Sessions with Chantelle Otten In April; Marc Fennells House of Skulls in May; Nakkiah Lui and Miranda Tapsell dinner games in July; and in August a novella/radio play called Lonely Harts radio by Adam Demos and Erin Richards.

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Jaclyn Diaz

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