Available on Spotify and other leading podcast services
Available on Spotify and other leading podcast services

We may have had a few weeks out, but our Podcast of the Week series is back, kickstarting things with one of the most unique and compelling shows we’ve found on the web!

Shining a spotlight on The Voice of Luxury, hosted by domestic recruiter company Polo & Tweed CEO Lucy Challenger, the series offers a dramatic and unique glimpse into the life of those who usually keep their goings-on behind very high-gated communities.

Challenger had hoped to give a voice to some of the experts from the fascinating world she is a part of, and when she saw that there were countless people out there looking forward to checking out new episodes each week with her first season, she knew she had to bring the show back for a second outing.

So, if you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be the hairstylist for A-listers of the fashion industry such as Kate Moss; or how it feels to be in charge of interior design on one of the most luscious mansions in the world, then get listening.

One thing’s for sure: once you dive in, you’re going to want to binge every episode available!

A personal favourite for Female First was the pilot episode, which saw Challenger chatting with Hugh Mackie about his life as a butler.

They get into the nitty-gritty about the career, delving into some of the stickier situations that butlers can find themselves in when working at the peak of their industry!

There’s also the brilliant episode where professional nanny Kirstie Page sits down to speak to Challenger all about her line of work, as well as delving into other important topics such as why it’s vital to have strong opinions during certain aspects of your life and, how to follow the path to achievement.

We couldn’t be happier to feature The Voice of Luxury here on Female First! The podcast is available on Spotify and other leading streaming platforms.

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