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Overcome Creative Block with These Inspirational Podcasts

Alex Jun 29, 2022 Scroll to read in 4 minutes

Creative block is naturally something we all suffer from; it's tiresome and irritating, but there are many things you can do to overcome it. The A+C Crew love listening to an inspiring podcast to defeat creative block. We've gathered our favourites to fill you with fresh ideas and inspiration, hopefully.

Unlocking Creativity - a show all about ideas. How to have more of them, how to have better ones and how they can change our lives. Hosted by Daniel Brookes, a Television Producer whose job is to come up with brand new shows and generally obsess about all things creative.

A Beautiful Anarchy puts out short 10-15 minute episodes three times a month that is so dense with thought-provoking ideas, striking imagery, and actionable tips that you'll play them again and again, getting something new each time.

The Accidental Creative offers lots of sound advice for those of us who need to produce a steady stream of great ideas to a deadline. He talks to creatives and entrepreneurs of all kinds or offers his own intelligent and very actionable advice and tips.

We Can Rebuild Her is intelligently hosted by Viv Groskop and has a theme of reinvention, interviewing women who have made big shifts in their lives or careers.

99% Invisible is Wonderfully entertaining, and insightful. Invisible is about all the thought that goes into the things we don't think about – the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world.

How To Fail is Elizabeth Day's brilliant podcast that digs deep into people's failures and is inspiring because we all fail. We just don't talk about it too often.

The Never Not Creative podcast is an extension of the Never Not Creative community, which is a fantastic community built on inspiring creators never to give up and keep reaching for their dreams. From productivity tips to inspiring mental health advice, this podcast feels like stepping into a community centre built just for creatives.

Bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert hosts Magic Lessons is packed full of inspiration to carry you through your day as a creative with a smile on your face. Featuring some all-star guests like Neil Gaiman.

The Go Creative Show takes on topics relevant to the independent film, video, and visual arts worlds, talking about tools, talent, challenges and successes. A broad spectrum of issues are discussed, as well as interviews with special guests involved in mainstream and independent creative production.

The 21st Century Creative is a wealth of important information about being a working creative and interviews with leading artists and creatives, but it also poses weekly creative challenges to its listeners. This is the perfect podcast to get you inspired, motivated, and out there.

Make It Then Tell Everybody is designed to help creatives get "unstuck" during their creative journey, aimed at comic and illustration artists. Still, the storytelling advice and creative tricks of the trade are invaluable for creatives of all genres.

Creative Boom is perfect for any artist, graphic designer, illustrator, photographer, or filmmaker, whether emerging or established. The Creative Boom Podcast is full of fun and honest conversations with creative people that will inspire.

Creative Conversation covers some of the most creative minds in film, television, business, and beyond. This podcast unpacks the most frustrating parts of the creative process by talking to psychologists, scholars, and experts at the forefront of understanding creativity.

Unlocking Your World of Creativity best-selling author and global brand innovator Mark Stinson introduces you to some of the world's leading creative talent from publishing, film, animation, music, restaurants, medical research, and more.

Inspirational Creatives Podcast has conversations with successful artists and entrepreneurs who offer new ideas and strategies to help you create the life you want.

Worth a mention are Greyscalegorilla, which covers motion design, 3D rendering, Cinema 4D and the business of motion design; and Animalators, which offers "curious conversations from the world of animation".