Storbritannia – Nye podcaster

  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • In this podcast, I retell the stories told long ago by Ovid, the Roman poet. The Metamorphoses is a long poem full of changes and transformations. Famous examples of myths included are Daphne and Apollo, Echo and Narcissus, and much more. Every two weeks on Saturday!

  • Designed as an extension of WIRED’s long-running live conference portfolio, these punchy, deliberate and engaging sessions reflect the same high calibre of speakers and programming featured at a WIRED event.

  • A podcast Hosted by Brian Fischler and Ed Plumacher discussing the good and bad of assistive technology for the low vision and totally blind. Key topics include Apple’s VoiceOver, Amazon’s VoiceView, Windows Narrator, Freedom Scientific Jaws, Described Video, and basically any product that talks to you. We are not NPR, as we are an entertainment technology show.

  • Lorraine Robinson is an award winning travel agent, Colin Manford is an award winning comedian and Plane Comedy is what happens when their worlds collide

  • A podcast hosted by Jim Duffy & Jordan Walker where they take the cryptic out of crypto to make it easy to understand. Recorded from Scotland, representing UK and global culture relating to cryptocurrency, technology and the blockchain industry.

  • Computers are a key part of modern life - but how did we get here and what might happen in the future? To find out, listen and subscribe now to hear Dr Sue Black OBE take us on a tour of the 100 moments that rocked computer science.

    Each episode you’ll hear pioneers, historians and computing royalty sharing the inside story on everything from the world’s first internet search engine, to the Turing machine and the dawn of the information age.

    Sue will be joined by Professor Gordon Love (Head of Computer Science at Durham University) to explain the science behind each moment and Series 1 guests include Sir Dermot Turing, Dame Wendy Hall, Obama’s former CTO Megan Smith, Alan Emtage, Bobby Seagull and Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE.


    "I absolutely love it! So many reasons to listen in and can’t wait to hear more. Not only does it make learning about all things ‘computer sciencey’ very accessible but it’s delivered in a really fun way! Proper edutainment - both inspired and inspiring!"
    - Jacqueline de Rojas

  • A Bit of a Mouthful - the podcast from internet sensations Michael, Sophie and Willy, brings you delicious food hacks you'll actually use, all served up on a bed of fresh, nutritious comedy…. and cabbage. Prod. by FoodFM

  • The official podcast of the Nerd of the Rings YouTube channel, featuring Tolkien-related news and interviews with those who live, breathe, and work in Middle-earth!

  • Rot! Leaks! Administration fees! Emails! 


    A podcast about private renting and housing activism featuring all of the emails exchanged between Danny, Rachael and their estate agent Teresa over the course of a farcical six month tenancy in Bristol. 


    Each week Danny and Rachael interview a different ‘guest Teresa’ - renters, activists and change-makers -  to explore a host of experiences from across the housing crisis.


    Letters to Teresa is created by Rachael Clerke and Danny Prosser, and is produced by Naomi Jackson. Music is by Slagheap. We are thankful for support from Camden People’s Theatre, In Between Time & MAYK. 


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  • Welcome to FOUND, Objects With Meaning. Brought to you by Wallpaper* magazine, the global design authority, in collaboration with Vodafone Smart Tech, creators of innovative smart devices that help people stay connected to what matters most in their lives. In this series, we discover objects don’t just bring us joy, they can also spark regret. Here we talk to six leading creative minds about the ups and downs of owning – and losing – objects with meaning.

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  • Join photographers Glyn Coy and Paul Timlett as they work their way around this ancient, historic county and talk about what they have found.

  • Every path is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to a successful voiceover career. Voiceover Talks is new podcast series for voiceover artists from around the globe. Each week the show features new and inspiring guests from the world of voiceover, where we explore their journies into the industry and discuss what it really takes to become a successful voiceover artist. From fellow voice actors to producers, casting directors and a range of other industry pros, the Voiceover Talks podcast is packed full of insights, advice and inspiration, with plenty of laughs along the way. So whether you're new to the voiceover industry, a working voiceover artist looking to transition into full-time voiceover work or an established voice actor keen to discuss the current and future state of the industry, the Voiceover Talks podcast has something for you.

  • Join Alison Steadman (of ‘Gavin and Stacey’ fame) as she explores some of the most intriguing objects in the National Trust’s collections. You’ll hear the story of the sculpture that unlocked secrets of an ancient civilisation, of an artwork that hid scathing criticism behind its beauty, and of a mesmerising 18th century mechanical marvel Hear these stories and more in 125 Treasures, available from the 3rd of May. Subscribe here or go to http://nationaltrust.org.uk/125pod to learn more.

    As well as this podcast, 125 Treasures: from the Collections of the National Trust (https://shop.nationaltrust.org.uk/national-trust-125-treasures.html) is also a brand-new book of stunning photography and descriptions, of the most exciting decorative arts, furniture, books and textiles in our collection, spanning the Roman era, to the present day. 

    https://shop.nationaltrust.org.uk/national-trust-125-treasures 

  • Browned Off is a podcast in which Moni Mohsin, an author, and Faiza Khan, a publisher, take a light-hearted look at the arts in the UK, discussing the various ways in which diversity is catching up and the ways in which it’s falling short. Every week they look at the various stereotypes used to define people of colour and the artists who’ve survived them or succumbed to them.

    Whether it’s every Asian character being shown to always use the ancient recipes of their people when cooking a meal (all those spices!); or it’s the way in which we painfully overanalyse the lightest cultural offering when people of colour are involved because such few things exist and as such, carry the weight of all our expectations; or whether it’s watching Black Lives Matter ostensibly making the arts in the UK far more conscious of its own profound whiteness; or if it’s the question of whether one can be a fun loving Muslim writer without constantly being expected to explain terrorism to people to justify one’s existence, Moni and Faiza shoot the breeze, weighing in one some of the issues of the day, without weighing themselves down with too much seriousness.

  • Inside guides and information on the hottest places to go from the Guardian

  • Why does NATO have summits? What’s it like to meet with world leaders? What will NATO Heads of State and Government discuss at this year’s summit? Listen to the NATO Summit Behind the Scenes podcast to learn all this and more!

  • Hi guys, Stuart Semple here! Welcome to my brand new art podcast. I’ve been making work my whole life and I’ve been in the art world for 20 odd years and I’ve seen some amazing things and met some incredible people! I’m super excited to bring some of the most visionary and inspiring people on the planet on the show to help inspire you guys and take your art game a stage further. I really believe your creative voice and what you need and have to share with the world can make the world a better place. It’s going to be an awful lot of fun so join me every week. If you want to hear the episodes before anybody else, please subscribe on whatever your favourite platform is. I can’t wait to share this with you! http://stuartsemple.com/