The Guardian Culture Podcast

The Guardian Culture Podcast

United Kingdom

Interviews, news and reviews on all aspects of the arts from Guardian.co.uk. Plus, hear art critic Adrian Searle's gallery and exhibition tours. New for October 2009: A series of podcasts from the Cambridge Festival of Ideas

Episodes

Lampedusa by Anders Lustgarten - audio drama  

In an audio play specially commissioned for the Guardian by Soho Theatre, a fisherman confronts the tide of refugees sweeping across the Mediterranean

Lauren Laverne's Spacepod 2012 podcast: episode 1  

Lauren's studio guest at the Edinburgh festival is veteran Comedy Store Player Neil Mullarkey, who reveals how improv can improve your life, while Jon Holmes explores the set for a Polish version of the Scottish play – 2008: Macbeth

The Hands by Gemma Brockis and Tilly Tansey  

The Hands By Gemma Brockis and Tilli Tansey: additional voice Sam Booth; featuring Kind Im Einschlummern, by Schumann, played by John Reid

Body Pods podcast: The Heart by Francesca Beard and Dave Hildick-Smith  

The second in a unique series of podcasts co-produced by Fuel, Roundhouse and UCL Ear Institute

The Ear by David Rosenberg and David McAlpine  

The first in a unique series of podcasts co-produced by Fuel, Roundhouse and the UCL Ear Institute

Everyday Moments 12: audio drama for private performance  

Welcome to the final edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel and Roundhouse Radio, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

Our latest playlet is by Bobby Baker and is designed to be listened to, as the artist puts it, "any old time when the shops are open, driving on a flyover, searching for Christmas presents"

Everyday Moments 11: audio drama for private performance  

Welcome to the eleventh edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel and Roundhouse Radio, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

Our latest playlet is by Adrian Howells and is designed to be listened to in the early hours of the morning, in bed with a hot drink

Everyday Moments 10: audio drama for private performance  

Welcome to the tenth edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel and Roundhouse Radio, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

Our latest performance is Late Night Rain by Lemn Sissay and is designed to be listened to exactly then – late at night

Tech Weekly podcast: creating a digital public space  

Jemima Kiss examines plans for a digital public space with the British Library, the Royal Opera House and the BBC

Everyday Moments 9: audio drama for private performance  

This is the ninth edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel and Roundhouse Radio, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

Our latest playlet is by Melanie Wilson, and is designed to be listened to in the bathroom in the evening with the door closed and standing in front of the mirror

Everyday Moments 8: audio drama for private performance  

This is the eighth edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel and Roundhouse Radio, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

Our latest podcast playlet is by comedian Josie Long, and is designed to be listened to at 5.30pm in an express supermarket

Everyday Moments 7: audio drama for private performance  

This is the seventh edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel and Roundhouse Radio, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

This month's podcast is by film-maker Nick Whitfield, and is designed to be listened to first thing in the morning, with a cup of coffee, as an excuse to delay starting work

Days in the Life at the Guardian: 17 June 1996  

If a newspaper could talk, what might it sound like? To celebrate the 2011 Manchester festival, Francesca Panetta and Tim Hinman create unique soundscapes from four historic editions of the Guardian and Observer. Programme four: the IRA Arndale bomb

Days in the Life at the Guardian: 7 February 1958  

If a newspaper could talk, what might it sound like? To celebrate the 2011 Manchester festival, Francesca Panetta and Tim Hinman create unique soundscapes from four historic editions of the Guardian and Observer. Programme three: the Munich aircrash

Days in the Life at the Guardian: 6 November 1908  

If a newspaper could talk, what might it sound like? To celebrate the 2011 Manchester festival, Francesca Panetta and Tim Hinman create unique soundscapes from four historic editions of the Guardian and Observer. Programme two: the Guardian and the suffragettes

Days in the Life at the Guardian: 22 August 1819  

If a newspaper could talk, what might it sound like? To celebrate the 2011 Manchester festival, Francesca Panetta and Tim Hinman create unique soundscapes from four historic editions of the Guardian and Observer. Programme one: Peterloo and the founding of the Guardian

Everyday Moments 6: audio drama for private performance  

This is the sixth edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

This month's podcast is by theatremaker Nic Green, and is designed to be heard at sunrise, outside, on top of a hill or mound

Everyday Moments 5: audio drama for private performance  

This is the fifth edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

This month's podcast is by choreographer Hofesh Shechter, and is designed to be heard late at night, with headphones, in a completely dark room – with some space to move ...

Everyday Moments 4: audio drama for private performance  

This is the fourth edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

This month's podcast is by the performance artist Peggy Shaw, and is designed to be heard at dawn, at home, after a sleepless night

Everyday Moments 3: audio drama for private performance  

This is the third edition of our 12-part collaboration with theatre producers Fuel, each of which is created by a different artist – from theatre-makers and poets to composers and comedians – and free to download.

This month's podcast is by poet and comedian John Hegley, and is designed to be heard on a Saturday morning, as you're doing jobs around the house

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