Recently added podcasts in the United Kingdom

Welcome to The Tip Off- a weekly podcast where we take you behind the scenes of some of the best investigative journalism from recent years. Each episode we’ll be digging into an investigative scoop- hearing from the journalists behind the work as they tell us about the leads, the dead-ends and of course, the tip offs. There’ll be car chases, slammed doors, terrorist cells, meetings in dimly lit bars and cafes, wrangling with despotic regimes and much more. So if you’re curious about the fun, complicated detective work that goes into doing great investigative journalism- then this is the podcast for you.

The stories of three flourishing startups as they share the successes, struggles and secrets behind their growth.

Lessons in creative writing from a ghostly array of great novelists, poets and playwrights such as Ted Hughes, W.B. Yeats and Allen Ginsberg. Presented by Cathy FitzGerald.

‘The Story of Things’ is a podcast series produced by the University of York’s Festival of Ideas. It explores the meaning of everyday objects from the past and present that help us explain the world we live in. Why do we emotionally react to objects? Do certain objects help us in our uniqueness? Is it the story behind the object that truly provides meaning? Presenter and archaeologist, Dr Penny Spikins, and philosopher, Dr Dorothea Debus, both from the University of York, put these questions in the context of human evolution and the philosophy of the mind.

A podcast that looks beyond the slogans and grandstanding to examine what Brexit will mean for Britain’s trade, economy, public institutions and private sector. Brexit Unspun is produced by Fiona Symon

See with your ears. The Lapse’s award-winning audio wonderment thrusts listeners headlong into true stories as they transpire. Whether trapped in a touring carnival, running a marathon across Antarctica, or accidentally joining a cult, experience stories as diverse as they are fascinating. Beautifully edited and rich in sound, this is The Lapse.

The big political stories with lively discussion and expert comment and analysis. Presenter Carolyn Quinn is joined by politicians and journalists 10pm every Sunday on BBC Radio 4

The mindbodygreen Podcast is a continuation of the mindbodygreen journey of mental, physical, spiritual, and environmental well-being. Jason Wachob, founder & CEO of mindbodygreen, shares motivational interviews with the people shaping the wellness world: pioneers, cutting-edge thinkers, and entrepreneurs who are changing the conversation. Topics include health, fitness, nutrition, self-help and more. It’s not scripted, it's not the Today show, and there are no prepared talking points. You'll hear the real stories behind the biggest names in wellness: their personal journeys, their struggles, and what got them to where they are today. You’ll be inspired, you’ll be moved, and you’ll hear firsthand about how wellness transforms lives.

The weekly UK True Crime Podcast is the home of UK true crime. We examine lesser known UK cases in depth, talk to true crime authors, review products/shows and interview other experts in the field of UK True Crime to offer you the very best insight and analysis.

REMAINIACS is a no flim flam Brexit podcast for everyone who knows that leaving the EU won't be un morceau de gateau. We're not sick of experts and we won't shut up and get over it. Presented by Ian Dunt of politics.co.uk, Dorian Lynskey of The Guardian and Peter Collins. Follow us on Twitter at @RemainiacsCast (https://twitter.com/RemainiacsCast)!

The most captivating real life true-crime story you have never heard of - the famous novelist, a body at the bottom of the staircase and a case that grabbed the world's attention.

The Blend Sessions is a new series from Chivas Regal Whisky celebrating collaboration and creativity. Each episode brings together two figures from photography, art, food and literature to talk about how they work together, how they combine their skills and what they’ve learned. Listening and sharing for over 18's only. Enjoy Chivas Regal Responsibly.

Have you ever played a video game and thought, "Hey, games are pretty cool. It's a desolate world out there, but GREAT NEWS! You're not alone. Join Gus, Ashley, Ryan, and friends from the Rooster Teeth crew to discuss the latest games, talk through issues that impact the gaming industry, digest the latest news, respond to your carefully crafted emails, and try to pass themselves off as professionals. No one is convinced, but we let them think we are.

Regrets of the Dying is a podcast about life, death and regrets, with each of the 8 episodes featuring a different person's story: A man on death row; an award-winning photo journalist; a young woman who knows she'll live a shortened life; a mother who helped her son commit suicide. We bring to life the blog of a 32-year-old mother of 2 as she fought stage 4 bowel cancer; hear the reflections of a navy hospital chaplain; and why a 48-year-old journalist with terminal cancer has no regrets. From June 7, with eps released every Wednesday. You can tweet us @properpodcasts or via our Proper Podcasts page on Facebook. We'd love to hear from you.

The Lifestyle News Hound is a new podcast with a new direction and a fresh look at all things lifestyle, relevant and innovative to salute women 40 plus. Hosted by Emma Forbes and Gemma Sheppard it will be both inspirational and aspirational with love, laughter and wisdom.

Iain Dale and Shelagh Fogarty bring you the latest political news, analysis and debate leading up to the General Election on 8th June. Who will be the next Prime Minister – Theresa May of the Conservatives or Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn?

The Missing Link is a British comedy Podcast where you delight in the absurdity of three comedians and the world they examine. With their hilarious takes on all those quirky things we just don’t think about. It's a delight for everyone with a sense of humour, large or small. Just when you think you’ve heard everything, you clearly haven’t listened to The Missing Link!

Being a comedian is the hardest thing anyone can do. As such, those who achieve even a modicum of success in this selfless, humanitarian, dangerous career are rightly held up as the best of us. True heroes. In this series David Reed will interview some of comedy's most available exponents and ask them "Who are you under all that skin?", "When did comedy first bite you?" and "What's the microphone for?" as he delves deeper than anyone has ever delved inside the comedian.

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