Podcasts for kids

Since the pandemic took over people’s lives, podcasts have emerged as a popular digital platform to provide on-the-go listening and audio entertainment to the audience of all age groups, including children and young adults. The podcast broadcasters stream an episode at regular intervals, usually on a daily or weekly basis. The subscribers can download or listen to these podcasts at their convenience.

From storytelling to news to educational content, the sheer variety of kid-friendly podcasts will keep your children engaged and entertained for hours, and also reduce their screen time.There is a plethora of podcasts streaming on the web, but check out the list especially curated for your kids.


If your kids have exhausted reading all their bedtime storybooks, ‘Baalgatha’ podcast is the perfect solution to their (and yours too!) dilemma. It comprises hundreds of bedtime tales from Jataka, Panchatantra, Hitopadesha and various other selections across six languages – Hindi, English, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati and Marathi.

Chulbuli Tales

Nothing can beat the charm and excitement of listening to grandmas narrating enticing stories to the little ones! Chulbuli Tales run by a group of three grandmas is recreating these experiences and memories for kids. The podcast offers stories in Hindi and Marathi language.

Echoes of India

Do you have young historical buffs in the family? ‘Echoes of India’ takes your children through different historical eras and facts of the Indian subcontinents. The podcast episode list is as varied as it can get to keep boredom away from your kids.

But Why

This podcast is for the children who are a bundle of curiosity and can’t stop asking questions. ‘But Why’ podcast attempts to answer every possible question –logical as well as the whimsical ones. Your kids can also send their questions to ‘But Why’ team.

Mission ISRO

Narrated by Indian cricket commentator and journalist Harsha Bhogle, Mission ISRO podcast takes your kids through India’s space programme journey.   It will make children realize that how and why our country launched its space mission within a decade of gaining freedom from the British despite the fact that it lacked resources.

Indian Mythology for Kids

Give a peek into the Indian mythology and its legendary characters through this wonderful podcast! Your children can listen to stories and anecdotes about Hanuman, Kumbhakarna, Ram, Sita, Bhishma Pitamah, Lord Krishna and Eklavya. Each story has been crafted with an intention to make the learning relevant for today’s children.

Teen Town Talks

Teen years can be confusing and challenging, and children in this age group may find it awkward to strike conversations with adults on the matters concerning them. From what is being like a 21st century teenager and lockdown blues to mental well-being and taking next step after 12th class after pandemic, the podcast addresses several concerns for teens.

Newsy Jacuzzi

Do your kids frown every time you ask them to read a newspaper or watch a news channel? Fret not. ‘Newsy Jacuzzi’ brings news from every field and all over the world in a format that children can enjoy and understand easily. What is the best part of this podcast? Kids are the correspondents and create the news stories!

If you are looking for more kid-friendly podcasts, you can easily browse through audio streaming service providers like Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Audible and many others.

About Smita Omar

Smita is an ex banker who voluntary said adiós to a high flying career to explore the rocky yet beautiful terrain of motherhood. When she is not busy juggling between her naughty daughter and foodie husband, you can find her donning the hat of a freelance content developer-editor to keep her sanity intact. She has been a Work-From-Home-Mother for 8 years and turns to meditation when the going gets tough.

  1. Laveneet Wakde 3 years ago

    The best thing about podcasts is that it gives kids some time off from screen time. They can connect it to bluetooth speaker and listen it aloud.

  2. Ankit Pathak 3 years ago

    Great list. Storynory is also a good podcast for kids.

  3. Laveneet Wakde 3 years ago

    My kids listen to Balgatha very often.

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