The top esl/efl listening resource for those learning English and teaching English. We provide real conversations recorded for Elementary, Intermediate and Upper Intermediate learners of English. In addition, the supporting worksheets and transcripts can be used for self access or in the classroom to provide valuable English language lessons for learners of English at all levels.


Level 1.128 Feed the world  

Here's some things for you to do for World Food Day.

Level 2.128 Knife, fork and spoon  

Or perhaps something else; how do you eat your food?

Level 3.128 Fear of flying  

Listen to Sue talk about her experience on a long haul flight to South Africa

Level 1.127 Win a prize!  

Find out why Di enters so many competitions each year

Level B.59 The hashtag  

Twitter is 10 years old this year, so some top tips for businesses.

Level 2.127 Collecting things  

Butterflies, beads or buttons, people collect many different things. So what does Richard collect?

Level 1.126 London's burning  

The Great Fire of London was 350 years ago. Watch our video and find out more

Level 3.127 The streets of Kolkata  

Join Richard among the hustle and bustle, taste and sounds of this amazing city.

Level B.58 The line  

Britain's Team Sky stand out both for their cycling and for their branding

Level 3.126 Chocolate, yay!  

We celebrate World Chocolate Day with a podcast about the world's favourite flavour

Level 1.125 Iceland: the land of fire and ice.  

Listen to some amazing things about Iceland, including their football team of course!

Level 2.126 Not just a phone  

Karin talks to Jackie about her favourite apps on her mobile.

Level B.57 The supermarket man  

Alan talks about his responsibilities as Technical Director for Tesco

Level 2.125 The Euros  

Four weeks of fun and football to look forward to with the EUFA championship!

Level 3.125 The dancing queen  

Listen to Nora talk about her unusual life as a professional dancer.

Level 1.124 Breakfast  

We talk about what we eat for the most important meal of the day. What do you have?

Level B.56 The Panama papers  

While many benefit from offshore finances, there are also those who are victims.

Level 2.124 All around the world  

Helen tells Richard about the different places she has lived, and which is her favourite.

Level 3.124 British icons: Yorkshire  

Join Pam and Jackie in one of the nicest parts of the UK.

Level 1.123 Chalk and cheese  

Our two dogs, Jussi and Betty, are very different. Listen, or watch our video and find out how.

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