152 episodes

Welcome to The Ginni Show, hosted by award winning journalist, Ginni Saraswati. On this podcast, you'll find an original line up of daily episodes featuring real inspiring and hilarious stories from Ginni herself and guests from all around the world. Each story, however unique is connected with aligning you to a happier, healthier and abundant life.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3, 4 Ratings

Welcome to The Ginni Show, hosted by award winning journalist, Ginni Saraswati. On this podcast, you'll find an original line up of daily episodes featuring real inspiring and hilarious stories from Ginni herself and guests from all around the world. Each story, however unique is connected with aligning you to a happier, healthier and abundant life.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Karan Dholakia ,

Brilliant, Insightful and Witty

If you're looking for a podcast that you can pick up and go any moment of the day, this is the one. The Ginni Show is a great example of how a biographical soap opera should play out. This podcast is interesting, witty af and Ginni is a delight to listen to. She's in tune with how to tell a good story and knows when too much is too much. At least, that comes across in this podcast :P

Personally, I'd love to hear real talk/interview type stuff.

Other than that, keep it up. This is a well-produced podcast. :)

Philomena Puddleduck ,

Looking forward to the next season!

Ginni is hugely underselling herself by presenting this as a comedy podcast. My sense of humour is vastly different from Ginni's, yet this is still one of my favourite podcasts. I would personally classify The Ginni Show as a spirituality/life coaching podcast. The content covered in each episode is the kind of quality I'd expect from costly therapy sessions. Seriously. Maybe I'm biased because I've been seeing an awesome counsellor for a little over a year, and because I'm a psychology student, but I think the self-help aspect of this show is its strongest feature. My only criticism of the actual content is that the constant interruptions by the narrator and sound effects are a little irritating. Otherwise an amazing podcast.

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