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  • From outsiders like a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to such thought leaders as scholar James Lindsay and feminist Helen Lewis, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Monday - with trailers on his Twitter page: @andrewgold_ok and Instagram page: @andrewgold_ok.


    With an open mind and a wry sense of humour, Andrew alternates the theme of guest. Some weeks it'll be with somebody totally 'on the edge' - whether it be the woman who married a sociopathic bigamist or the Australian Coffin Confessor, who is paid to reveal secrets at funerals . Other episodes will have interviews with such leading minds as Conservative peer Lord Daniel Finkelstein and feminist Helen Pluckrose.


    It was picked in Apple's prestigious New & Noteworthy category and has been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Get in touch or leave a review - it helps boost it up those charts!


    About the Host:


    Andrew is an award-winning journalist and TV presenter who has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist and hunted for UFOs - all while living in six different countries and learning to speak five languages.


    In this podcast, he aims to get to the humanity of people living on the fringes, and introduce these diverse figures to the listener.

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  • Late-night chat about colour. Stephen Westland, Huw Owens and Helen Disley discuss the science, art and philosophy of colour. Does colour exist? Is black a colour? How many colours are there? These questions … and many more.

  • A new podcast brought to you by the Architects' Journal. AJ sustainability editor Hattie Hartman and architect George Morgan talk to changemakers and innovators who are transforming architecture as we know it by designing in ways that respect planetary boundaries. In association with ACAN, the Architects Climate Action Network.

  • The annual Anthropology + Technology conference brings together leading experts from the social sciences and technology to champion socially-responsible AI, and to foster dialogue and collaboration across the disciplines. The conference has been curated to help today’s leading technology companies understand the significant value of combining teams of technologists with social scientists. Together we can build a future in which socially-responsible AI is the norm.

  • Based in Townsville, Australia, Andréas appreciates writing Blogs and do Podcasts on Medicine & Pharmacy related topics. He enjoys writing about his experience on different placements or on topics he seems to be interested in. As English is his second language, writing Blogs and Podcasting is a hobby as well as a challenge.

  • The Human Guinea Pig Project is a podcast series where individuals discuss alternative methods of managing complex medical conditions and disease where the standard of care offers little promise.

  • The Bitesize Behaviour Podcast is dedicated to helping us understand the very thing that makes us who we areโ€ฆ our behaviours.

    Hosted by Neil Bage, a renowned specialist on the unconscious behaviours that impact our decisions, this podcast explores what it means to be human and how understanding our behaviours can have a positive effect on our lives.

    Brought to you with the kind support of Nucleus Financial (www.nucleusfinancial.com).

  • Irish Society is the podcast of the Sociological Association of Ireland.

  • In this series of 12 podcasts Prof Marius Turda (Oxford Brookes University) explores the links between historical and current experiences of eugenics across the world. The purpose is to discuss, in an accessible way, how 20th century eugenic ideas and practices continue to shape our debates on reproduction, family, reproduction, racism, sports, gender and sexuality, and popular culture.

  • Imaginal cells are responsible for the metamorphosis of the caterpillar into a butterfly, the Greek symbol for the soul. These cells are dormant in the caterpillar but at a critical point of development they create the new form and structure which becomes the butterfly.

    In the podcast series Imaginal Inspirations, David Lorimer talks to transformational authors and scientists about the experiences, people and books that have shaped their life and work.

  • Thank you for joining us on this journey to discover more about the English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark, one of Earth’s Extraordinary Places. In this series of interviews, Geopark Patron Professor Iain Stewart explore what it is that makes this Geopark so special, from when the rocks around us were formed, to evidence of early humans and right up to artists and writers who are being inspired by the Geopark today.

  • The Tree Lady, Sharon Durdant-Hollamby, talks all things trees, nature and well-being to fascinating people from all walks of life. Sharon is Vice-President of the Institute of Chartered Foresters.

  • Welcome the Maintain Reliable talk Podcast! I would like to welcome you all to my reliability journey. I am passionate about reliability and I want to share as much as I can with everyone with my experiences. Stories are powerful and my aim of this outlet is to gather as many insights and experiences and share them with the world. Thanks for joining the #reliabilitygang.

  • How do we secure water as the critical enabler for communities, economies and the environment in the context of a changing climate?

    Like much of NSW, the Namoi region is recovering from the worst drought in living memory.

    In this exciting new podcast series, Climate Resilience: Namoi, you’ll hear directly from staff and councillors from the Walcha Shire and Tamworth Regional councils about their experiences of unprecedented drought, and how they are preparing for a future of climate uncertainty.   

    And we’ll bring you to a farm on the Liverpool Plains that is working to keep water in the land for longer and helping ensure a viable future for agriculture.

    The podcasts are proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Local Government NSW through the Increasing Resilience to Climate Change Program.

  • Looking at the latest stories in the World of Endoscopy and what they mean for your practice and your patients.

  • The world of technology is fascinating! But its not accessible to a lot of people.

    In this podcast, Amit Sarkar & Rinat Malik talk about the various technologies, its features, practical applications and a lot more.

    Please follow us to hear about a popular or an upcoming technology every week.

    #Tech #Technology

    Find us at
    Amit Sarkar - https://linktr.ee/amit.sarkar007
    Rinat Malik - https://linktr.ee/rinat.malik

  • Freddie Sayers from online magazine UnHerd seeks out top scientists, writers, politicians and thinkers for in-depth interviews to try and help us work out whatโ€™s really going on. What started as an inquiry into the pandemic has broadened into a fascinating look at free speech, science, meaning and the ideas shaping our world.


    Due to popular demand here is a podcast version of our YouTube โ€” available to watch, for free here or by searching โ€˜LockdownTVโ€™.


    Enjoy! And don't forget to rate, like and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.


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  • A grassroots Nature podcast for everyday people. Hear our sounds and stories of UK wildlife, then come on the show and tell us yours!

  • The Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) is the leading professional body for scientists, support staff and students in the field of biomedical science.Our new podcast, IBMSpod explores the contemporary field of Biomedical Science through a series of thought-provoking interviews with leading experts from across the profession.Each episode will feature a 20-minute in-depth interview with our special Biomedical Scientist guest. Conversation will range from the intricacies of diagnostic laboratory work, research & innovation, teaching, writing, to involvement with the IBMS, media work; as well as their motivations & passions for the profession.NEW for IBMSpod:-Social Media Questions will give members the opportunity to get involved directly by putting questions to our main guest via social media.*-LabLife - Mini-interviews with Biomedical Scientists with the most extraordinary of pastimes; going beyond the science to look at the profession from a different perspective. -IBMS News - A quick update of all the latest news from the IBMS. Hosted by editor of the IBMS's monthly magazine 'The Biomedical Scientist' Rob Dabrowski, IBMS Science Communications Officer Jordan Ross and Communications Assistant Helen Blackbourn.*Members can submit questions before each episode via our social media channels or by email via communications@ibms.org - we'll then ask as many as we can to our guest on the podcast. Be sure to find and follow us on Facebook, on Instagram and Twitter our handle is @IBMScience.