The Fairburn Brothers, finance and podcasts future all feature in new podcasts

Spotify has launched a new Original Podcast, Fair Enough featuring home-grown YouTube sensations, the Fairbairn brothers, and already the podcast has shot up in popularity.
In the weekly podcast series, local larrikin sibling duo, Lachlan and Jaxon Fairbairn, will give listener’s a look inside their minds as they tackle some of life’s biggest (and smallest) questions. 
Fair Enough will show there’s so much more to Fairbairn Films than just comedy. The brothers are also poets, readers, riddle solvers and gardening experts, fun sides that audiences have never seen before. 

The Good Oil With Scott Phillips is a new LiSTNR podcast that breaks down how the world of investing, economics, and finance works.
Audiences already know Scott as the host of Motley Fool Money podcast and The Good Oil sees Scott invite globally successful leaders in industries like finance, investing, property and tech to explain how their industry works, what part it plays in our economy, and to share their unique insights into the future of that industry, as well as where the financial opportunities lie.
Guests for the series include financial icons and entrepreneurs including Stephen Koukoulas, Managing Director at Market Economics and former Economics Advisor to the Gillard government, Eliza Owen, Head of Australian Research at CoreLogic, and Ruslan Kogan, CEO and Founder of
Scott Phillips said: “Managing your own money – saving, budgeting, investing, passing it on and giving it away – doesn’t have to be rocket science. It takes a bit more time, patience and insight to be set up on your path to success and I’m excited to share what I have learned over the years with others who want to take control of their financial futures.”

In this week’s episode of Audry talks Audio Audry co-founder Niklas Hildebrand talks to James Cridland, radio futurologist and editor of the daily podcast newsletter Podnews.
Cridland and Hildebrand discuss the podcasting landscape’s past, current, and future state.