Vereinigtes Königreich – Neue Podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Sydney Banks, the founder of the Three Principles understanding, taught that 'when we are in a beautiful feeling it will teach us everything we need to know'. This is a profound spiritual truth that reaches to the very heart of our human experience. In this first series, I explore this truth over 12 conversations with 12 lovely guests. Some of my guests are amongst the original students of Sydney Banks and they offer a deep bedrock understanding of what Syd was pointing to here. Some of my guests have come to this understanding more recently, from different backgrounds, and offer a new perspective on this timeless teaching.I invite you to settle in, quieten and find your beautiful feeling as you listen to what each person has to share - and allow your own insights to arise in this space.

  • A new podcast series for anyone interested in helping build a greener, more sustainable NHS in Wales.

    In every episode, I will be joined by expert speakers, who will share their knowledge and showcase projects from across Wales.

  • Life with Young Onset Parkinsonโ€™s disease.  From nutrition, to work, family life, meds, banter and expert opinions. Join the conversation.  It's honest, free flowing, down to earth and unafraid to ask questions.

  • Within Range is a podcast for Healthcare Professionals.
    Diabetes tech innovation moves quickly and it can be challenging to keep all the details about the available AID systems straight. Our new podcast, Within Range: Demystifying Diabetes Tech will help bust some myths and clear up any confusion about the Omnipod® 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System.
    Co-hosts Cindy Pickering & Kate Neal lead conversations with Healthcare Professionals with varying specialties and backgrounds. From clinical research and guidelines, system details, algorithm functionality, to the more practical aspects of helping people live with T1D, you are invited to listen in, while they cover a variety of specialisms. This professional (but entertaining) podcast aims to navigate the complexities of diabetes technology and increase understanding and confidence to help simplify diabetes management for your patients using the Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System.

  • “Welcome to this trailer for my podcast Let’s Chat Dental.
    I’m Anne Budenberg, and I’m a dentist with over 30 years experience in NHS and private practice, including roles in secondary care, dental education, risk management, mentoring, and health coaching.

    This podcast is for anyone interested in UK dental careers…for those already working, or planning to work as a dentist,…or dental care professional in the UK. We’re going to chat about the diversity of choice within the UK dental world, and about creating a happy & fulfilling career.
    Now dental careers are no longer simply linear, or binary choices, but offer many possibilities for hopping, on and off whichever career path, or ‘squiggly career,’ we chose to take.

    'Squiggly career' was a phrase coined by career development consultants, Helen Tupper & Sarah Ellis, and I love this concept, and the fact that every ‘squiggly career’ will be drawn differently, and individually. And it gives an implied freedom to our career choices.
    They defined this as: "a career that isn't defined by climbing the corporate ladder but is fluid and can take many different paths”.

    We’ll be exploring some of the opportunities, challenges, … and adapting to change, throughout our careers, … in a dynamic landscape.

    Please join us for the first episode. Don’t forget to share your feedback & ideas on what’s important to you about this topic.

  • A podcast aimed primarily at UK ICM trainees preparing to sit their FFICM SOE.
    Want to suggest a topic, give us constructive feedback, or just comment on how Scottish we all sound? Email [email protected]

  • Neuro Stories is a podcast that highlights the people behind Neuroscience at The Walton Centre. Together, we will lift the lid on the complex worlds of Neurology and Neurosurgery and everything in between, hearing fascinating tales of the incredible staff and services carried out in the hospital, every day.

  • Introducing "100 Voices": A compelling narrative of 100 authentic stories from courageous individuals, each sharing their truth. Delve into the lives of real women who have navigated the complexities of early medical health challenges. This initiative sheds light on women's health, bridges the gender health gap, and confronts social stigmatization head-on.

    Led by the esteemed doctor and acclaimed artist, Liz Murray, alongside Breast Cancer awareness advocate Laura Middleton-Hughes, "100 Voices" is a platform that amplifies strength and resilience. Through poignant interviews, this project aims to educate, support, and empower women on their unique journeys.

    Mortal And Strong, a groundbreaking UK social project, is dedicated to addressing health inequalities. In 2024, our focus is on Women's Health, bringing together 100 Voices in a captivating documentary series intertwined with 100 artworks. This collaboration will culminate in a grand exhibition on International Women's Day 2025.

    Join us on this transformative voyage as we challenge societal norms, empower individuals, and provide unwavering support. Discover the full video and more on our website and across all social platforms. Embrace the change, be a part of the movement!

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Showcasing people and projects that are changing their healthcare system for the better, and can inspire you to do the same. We look at what works now and what’s next for healthcare leadership, technology and improvement.

  • A podcast series from the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management aimed at clinicians of all levels who want to hear informed discussion about the issues affecting clinical leadership in the UK and around the world.

  • Paul and Michael raise two sets of twins, their eldest of which have autism and epilepsy. In Diffability, they talk about their lives and the challenges they face, about products that make their lives with the boys easier, and they speak to special guests. Whether your child’s Diffability is anxiety, mental health, ASD, ADHD or any other kind of diagnosis, this podcast is here to show you that you’re not alone in your calling to raise your child with a Diffability.

  • Hosted by Charlotte Hall, Speech Therapist and founder of Speech Therapy with Charlotte.

    This podcast is for parents who are waiting for Speech Therapy for their child. Charlotte is on a mission to help parents use this time productively and guide them on a journey where they transform from feeling worried, frustrated and overwhelmed to feeling supported, positive and empowered.

    In each episode, Charlotte takes a question from a parent and guides them on next steps- giving just 3 things to focus on at a time.

  • All Aboard ADHD is a podcast for all parents and caregivers navigating the world of ADHD and keen to support their child with ADHD. Join us on a journey of exploration and education about ADHD, inviting all parents of children with ADHD, and those interested in learning more about it, to come on board.

    With guest experts and parents of ADHD children sharing their own experiences, whether you’re at the beginning of this journey asking: ‘what now?’ or you’ve trodden this path for a while asking: ‘what next?’... we’re here for you.

  • Welcome to Send Shenanigans โ€“ where humour, heart, and the realities of SEND parenting collide.

    Hosted by the terrific trio of Debs from Life AsPland, Gemma from Isla's Voice, and Emma from INFACT, this podcast is your weekly dose of laughter, solidarity, and a bit of SEND savvy. Our hosts share their journey through the world of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities with a blend of candid tales, sharp wit, and a no-holds-barred approach to the absurdities of life.

    Send Shenanigans is more than just a podcast; it's a lifeline for parent carers who navigate the choppy waters of SEND parenting. Each episode dives into themes that resonate deeply within the SEND community โ€“ from the eye-roll-inducing comments of well-meaning folks to the feeling of being abandoned post-diagnosis, and the Herculean effort required to organise SEND events.

    But that's not all. Our hosts engage the vibrant Send Shenanigans Facebook group, inviting members to share their experiences and opinions on these themes, creating a podcast that's by the community, for the community.

    Weekly Gems:

    "Did You Know?": A fascinating fact segment that not only enlightens but also kicks off the weekly listener challenge, encouraging our community to engage, share, and sometimes embark on a little adventure.The Moral Dilemma: A fun, thought-provoking conundrum presented in each episode, guaranteed to spark debate and maybe even a chuckle or two.

    Whether you're a seasoned SEND parent, new to the journey, or someone who loves a good blend of insight and irreverence, Send Shenanigans is your go-to. So, grab your favourite cuppa, pop in your headphones, and join Debs, Gemma, and Emma as they share stories, challenges, and laughs, reminding us all that in the world of SEND parenting, unity, understanding, and a good laugh are essential.

    Hit subscribe to Send Shenanigans now and become part of a community thatโ€™s all about embracing the chaos with a smile. Because sometimes, laughter really is the best medicine.

  • Berserk meets Evangelion in this enthralling podcast series by Tablestory. Within this fantastical realm of Quura, Angels coexist with humanity, setting the stage for a thrilling homebrew D&D 5e Adventure. As a malevolent wave of undeath threatens all life, our ensemble castโ€”Leah, Mirggles, Myre, and Orcishโ€”must unravel the mysteries and thwart the impending apocalypse before time slips away.

    Dungeon Master Bradwoto skillfully guides the narrative, revealing a rich tapestry of magic, peril, and heroism with each episode. Join this dynamic cast as they navigate challenges, forge alliances, confront adversaries, and race against the relentless march of doom.

    Quura promises an immersive experience beyond traditional storytelling, bringing to life a world where the celestial and mortal realms collide. Will our heroes rise to preserve the balance between life and death, or will darkness prevail? Tune in to Quura and immerse yourself in an epic adventure where the fate of an entire world hangs in the balance.

  • The Alliance Dispatch is a channel dedicated to everything Star Wars Unlimited: news, rumours, rules, lore, and more!

  • An in-person, UK-based, real-play D&D show created and DM'd by Matt Bateman!Premiering every other Wednesday at 7pm, join our band of would-be heroes as they adventure through the land of Erelest.Featuring the talents of Rhys Lawton, Naomi Clarke, Sasha Burgoyne, and David Cox.

  • Why We Roll is a streaming show and podcast about designing tabletop roleplaying games, hosted by Chris Pickett (Danse Macabre) and Wythe Marschall (Stillfleet).

    Chris and Wythe host in-depth conversations with professional game designers with a focus on contemporary indie TTRPGs. They also occasionally run actual-play sessions and offer behind-the-scenes looks at the games theyโ€™re developing.

    Topics covered to date include game-design inspirations and best practices, the politics of games, illustrating game concepts, cards as mechanics, character backstories, party formation, eco-catastrophes, epic powers and โ€œboss fights,โ€ espionage in games, faction rules, genres, โ€œmedievalโ€ settings, hit points versus wounds, โ€œmadnessโ€ rules, safety at the table, solo RPGs, the OSR or even the NSR, what makes a game a game, what makes a system a system, product development, the business of indie RPGs, and so much more!

    Why We Roll is recorded in Brooklyn and Queens, NYC.

  • A podcast exploring the joy and wonders of all things tabletop.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • A group of good friends join together to play Delta Green and laugh in the face of cosmic horror. Or scream into the void. It's anyone's guess which will happen.