Kunst – Storbritannia – Anbefalte podcaster

  • Forever the Host and never the hosted? In her debut podcast series, broadcaster, interiors fanatic, food lover and founder of Hoste - Laura Jackson is handing over the apron strings to chat food, travel and interiors with guests that do the hosting. If you want to know all about their hosting secrets, inside their black book for restaurants,  in-the-know holiday destinations or even where they shop for vintage crockery - this is the podcast for you. Whether it be at their house, their local coffee spot, or even in their favourite hotel room, join our hosts and Laura for a cuppa or a margarita... whilst we unpick what it means to hoste.

  • Jason Weiser tells stories from myths, legends, and folklore that have shaped cultures throughout history. Some, like the stories of Aladdin, King Arthur, and Hercules are stories you think you know, but with surprising origins. Others are stories you might not have heard, but really should. All the stories are sourced from world folklore, but retold for modern ears.

    These are stories of wizards, knights, Vikings, dragons, princesses, and kings from the time when the world beyond the map was a dangerous and wonderful place.

  • David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com

  • One of the world’s top food critics lunches big names in a restaurant of his choosing. Crackling anecdotes and blistering chat, lubricated by killer cooking. A Somethin’ Else / Jay Rayner production.

    To get a range of delicious OTL Merch, head to: https://outtolunch.backstreetmerch.com/

  • Simon Mayo and Matt Williams invite the world's finest authors in for a chat. Plus the best unpublished work and your reviews.

  • How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is a podcast that celebrates the things that haven’t gone right. Every week, a new interviewee explores what their failures taught them about how to succeed better.

  • Join Makeup Artists and friends Hannah Martin and Lisa Potter-Dixon as they chat all things Life and Lipstick. From must have beauty products, fashion favourites, lifestyle loves and everything else in between!

    An interactive version of this podcast is available on the iOS app, Entale.

  • Nine and a half years after the deadly fall from his roof, in three lockdown soliloquies, Graham Seed wonders whether the ghost of Nigel Pargetter may be unquiet in his Borsetshire rest. Nigel revisits the places he was familiar with in life, remembers the people he knew, and worries at the questions that keep him there - what really happened that night on the roof? Was the fall an accident? Or could it possibly have been something more sinister?

    Voiced by ‘Nigel’ himself, back from the grave; in the guise of actor Graham Seed.

    Written by Helen Leadbeater, former writer of ‘The Archers,’ who knows ‘Nigel’ so well as she helped create his character alongside the then editor William Smethurst in the 1980s.

  • Welcome to the Ghibliotheque, the podcast that leafs through the library of films from the world’s greatest animation studio, Studio Ghibli.

    Michael Leader (Little White Lies, Sight & Sound), an avowed Ghibli fanatic, is sitting down with Jake Cunningham (The Independent, BFI), who has never seen any of the Studio’s work before. Together they'll be looking at the history behind Ghibli's films (including Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke), getting a critical perspective from Jake as a first-time viewer and forcing Michael to rank some of his favourite ever films.

    Released on Fridays through November and December, subscribe now to get Ghibliotheque delivered straight to your feed.

    Follow Michael and Jake on Twitter:

    @MichaelJLeader – Michael

    @jakehcunningham – Jake


  • A podcast devoted to the discussion and dissection of every episode of RuPaul's Drag Race starting from the very beginning. Hosted by two of the most iconic queens to compete on the show, Alaska (Season 5, All Stars 2) and Willam (Season 4, Drag U), Race Chaser is an insider's look at the worldwide phenomenon that is RuPaul's Drag Race. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.

  • Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family, and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed.

    Produced by Alice Williams

  • Voice and performance coach Per Bristow explores subject matter such as voice, expression, presentation, performance, discovering who we are and what we are truly capable of in life.

  • Conversations against living miserably is a podcast created by Dave and CALM, the campaign against living miserably. Every week our hosts Aaron Gillies and Lauren Pattison talk to a different guest about how they live their day to day lives without misery. It's funnier than it sounds we promise.

  • The enquiries of a butterfly mind. Rhod Sharp, Up All Night on BBC 5 Live for 26 years, hears from creatives cut adrift by Covid in the opening numbers of a podcast aimed at putting him back in the conversation.

  • A look at life through the lens of faith, with various guests

  • A contemporary drama in a rural setting.

  • A comedy podcast about hip hop presented by award winning comedian Romesh Ranganathan. Edited by James Torrance. Co-produced by RangaBee Productions and Mr Box (mrbox.tv)

    www.romeshranganathan.co.uk/podcast

  • Have a drink with the worlds best Chefs. After an 8 course taster at Salt, in Stratford Upon-Avon, a guest chef joins Simon Alexander (award winning podcaster and producer) and Paul Foster (Head Chef at Salt) for a Nightcap. Candid conversations about life and food.

  • A new emergency podcast series to help Creative Freelancers during the COV-19 pandemic. Hosted by Jack Bowman, Sarah Berger, and Adam Morley, CGV is designed to offer help and hope. Tells us what you need, and we'll find the people to ask. Legal: All advice contained is only for the UK.

  • This is a weekly podcast of funny stories for kids. There are side-splitting versions of my own fractured fairy tales. Also short stories from some of my best-selling books, featuring characters from 'The Adventures of Nanny Piggins' and 'Friday Barnes, Girl Detective'. The stories are perfect for bedtime, long car rides or even if you're just stuck waiting a really long time at the doctor's office. They're written for 7-11 year olds but these are tales the whole family can enjoy. The silliness is ageless. I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I enjoy recording it. After years of being a children's author, typing away in my office with only my goldfish for company, I was bursting to tell my stories out-loud and with lots of silly voices! So please - sit back, get comfy and enjoy some amazing, some silly and some just plain ludicous tales direct from my imagination to you.