The Best Of The PLT Behind Closed Doors Podcast.

Podcasts are on the rise and are getting more popular by the day. The great thing about podcasts is that there is something for everyone and there are many genres. My personal favourite podcasts consist of those where inspirational people are interviewed and one of the podcasts I listen to frequently is PLT: Behind Closed Doors. This podcast is made by the fashion brand Pretty Little Thing. If you are a frequent visitor to this blog, you will know that PLT is one of my favourite brands not just for the amazing clothes that they sell but because of what the brand represents. PLT regularly hosts giveaways on its social media channels, they ensure that all are represented on their website in terms of size so that there are clothes for everyone to buy, they donate to charities and they share this amazing podcast for all to listen to which can be found on Spotify, or you can watch on YouTube also. They have also shown their support for the Black Lives Matter movement and have vowed to do more to represent and uplift the black community. I think that you should watch/listen to all of the episodes of PLT: Behind Closed Doors, but below is a list of my favourites to start you off.

Nella Rose: I wanted to make girls aware it’s OK to not look like Beyonce.

Nella Rose shares her loud, funny and authentic nature as she talks about her journey to becoming a very well – known Youtuber, body confidence and social media.

Molly – Mae: Everyone has an opinion on me.

Molly Mae talks about being unbothered by trolls and negative press, finding love and shows how down to earth she is.

Jayde Pierce: I gave birth at 21.

Jayde talks about the difficulties that she went through during her pregnancy and becoming a new mum in this very raw and real podcast.

Grace Victory: It’s a period, why are we so scared to talk about it?

A discussion with presenter Nat and Grace Victory that covers many topics, but Grace’s honest essence makes this episode special.

Yris Palmer: No one in my family had ever owned a business, I didn’t know where to start.

Yris talks about how she became an entrepreneur and about being a mum and a wife.

Sophie Lee: I’m so grateful that this happened to me as it made me a better person.

Performer Sophie Lee talks about the accident that left her scarred for life.

Nikita Dragun: In 3 years I transitioned, got my college degree and my career.

Confident Nikita talks about transitioning into a trans woman.

Hrush: I cheated death and was given a second chance.

On this podcast, Hrush talks surgery gone wrong and about the hustle it took to become a beauty mogul.