LUYA’s Top 6 Interior Podcast Roundup!

LUYA’s Top 6 Interior Podcast Roundup!

As of 2020, there were over 15 million podcast listeners in the UK with people making the most of that extra lockdown-time, yet their popularity doesn’t appear to be waining. From industry experts, celebrities and influencers – there is a podcast for everyone, but with interiors also appearing to be booming post lockdown, here are a few of LUYA’s favourites…

House Guest by Country & Town House

Country & Townhouse Interiors Editor, Carole Annett, chats with experts from the world of interior design and decoration, the people behind the houses and hotels that everyone is talking about. Guests include familiar names such as Paloma Faith and the world renowned interior designer Deborah Bass.

The Great Indoors | Sophie Robinson and Kate Watson-Smyth

The Great Indoors talks all things interiors and everything you need to know about making your house a home. TV presenter and designer Sophie Robinson and best-selling author and journalist Kate Watson-Smyth discuss and guide you through the latest top trends and most talked about interior topics.

HOSTEing Laura Jackson

Laura Jackson, founder of Hoste, chats food, travel and interiors with guests that do the hosting. If you want to know all about their hosting secrets, inside their black book of restaurants, in-the-know holiday destinations or even where they shop for vintage crockery – this is the perfect podcast.

The Modern House

On The Modern House Podcast, guests are asked to pick their three favourite homes from anywhere in the world. This can be anything from a Modernist masterpiece to a ramshackle hut in a field. They interview architects, artists, designers, entrepreneurs, editors – essentially anyone who has a great eye, sharing their passion for beautiful spaces.

Another Architecture Podcast

Architect George Bradley interviews the designers of inspiring homes. Every fortnight the podcast sees George interviewing architects to find out how they create inspirational places to live.


Duchess Charlotte Brudenell (of Rutland) explores the historic homes of Great Britain, as well as the inspiring women leading them today. She looks into the construction of the homes, listens to chilling ghost stories and all the past tales of love and romance that have filled the halls of the homes.


There’s no time like the present…