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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 twice 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! This is for fans of such other podcasters as Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton.

    About the Host:

    Andrew Gold 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. 

  • Fortnightly audio plays. An online theatre. Currently supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

  • The premier season of Earwig presents six new pieces by Scottish based playwrights, commissioned especially to explore the possibilities of sonic theatre. Designed to be listened to on headphones, incorporating text, sound design and music, Earwig seeks to challenge, inspire, envelope and embrace its audience, inviting you deep into the inner world of its characters, placing you, the listener, at the centre of the drama.

  • Willow Audiobooks is an independent publisher of free audiobooks, released in the form of a podcast. The source texts are all in the public domain, and they are narrated, produced and with original music by Stephen Alexander. Original cover illustrations for most audiobooks are by Benjamin Callery.​Willow Audiobooks began in March 2020, prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the UK national lockdown. Stephen Alexander has been storytelling all his life, and recorded his first homemade audiobook on cassette at the age of six (Roald Dahl's Esio Trot)! 

  • The Demonic Tapes is a found footage horror piecing together the recordings of the medium and paranormal investigator Jonathan West. Jonathan is missing, presumed dead but his recordings may give a clue as to what happened to him. The Demonic Tapes is fiction but contains elements from real life hauntings. The Demonic Tapes feature films are also available on YouTube and Amazon Prime.

  • A tiny fiction podcast, in which I read out a story of exactly 100 words each day. Written and produced by Marilisa Valtazanou. Want to support this podcast? Tell your friends about it, become a patron at or contribute via

  • Some Girl I Used to Know takes you on a nostalgic journey to a time when hopes were high and love was intoxicating. Both hilarious and touching this one-woman monologue features a mixtape of songs from the 80s and 90s, including Soft Cell and Culture Club. Beautifully played and co-written by Denise Van Outen, this is an intimate journey through the inner thoughts of a woman.

    Stephanie (Denise Van Outen) is a successful, rich and beautiful Lingerie designer who has it all. But having it all isn’t always enough.

    Set in her luxurious hotel room with nothing but her phone, laptop, and minibar to keep her company. Oh and an out-of-the-blue message from an old flame, Sean.

    Her mind wrestles between her reality with steady, stay-at-home husband Paul to the excitement of ‘shagable’ ex-lover Sean. But which direction will she choose?

    Sponsored by Tapp’d Cocktails
    Produced by Move Sounds

  • British-American couple Jordan and Kayla recap the Regency Netflix series Bridgerton. Jordan might be the British one, but it's Jane Austen fan Kayla who has roped him into this podcast. Join them as they learn about the Regency era, costumes, historical inaccuracies, and ranking in high society. Most importantly, listen along to hear them get into awkward conversations about the more saucy parts of this Regency romp.

  • Gerald Mohr stars as Philip Marlowe in the 1948-51 CBS series with Adam Graham as host. Also featuring the 1947 Van Heflin NBC Series and Lux Radio Theatre performances.

  • The Story:It’s the night before his gastric-band operation and Corey is terrified. He’s 16 years old, weighs 300 pounds and has a BMI of 60*. However, if Corey doesn’t have the operation, his hypertension will literally make him blind. None of this stops him from stealing, in the dead of night, an electric motor-scooter from the hospital. He picks up his best friend Cassie, a recovering anorexic. Like Corey, Cassie has found solace in the jungle beats and liquid rhythms of D’n’B and they toast together all. the. time. Thing is, Corey has a plan.
    Eight miles away is the Brit School and the next morning, they’re holding auditions. Corey and Cassie are going to apply, get in — and change their lives forever.  What happens next is a musical journey through the night and the streets of south London. A night where they kidnap a Metro Express security guard, destroy an anti-teenage loitering device, have a mystical experience in an allotment and finally understand the true meaning of food. Will they get in to the Brit school and get to live their dreams? You’ll have to follow them to find out.  * A healthy BMI for a Young Adults is 25.

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  • Purgatory is a weekly fiction drama podcast. The story starts with two estranged friends who try rebuild their damaged friendship by writing about troubled school days.

  • Welcome to AUDIO SHOWS! Here you will find some of the most popular old radio programs from the UK and USA.

  • A monthly dive into the folklore of Eythin, and island halfway between Boscastle and the Celtic deep, thirty miles from the coast of Cornwall. An island of ghosts and gods, and riddled with stories.

    Once upon a time, there was an island…

  • Do you remember what pubs used to be like? No, neither do we. Fortunately someone was taking notes...

    Written by Paul Ewen

    Starring Tim Key

    Produced by Nick Coupe

    Cover illustration by Max Dorey

    Executive Producers Andy Goddard and Claire Broughton

    London Pub Reviews is a Hat Trick Podcast

  • Join author Fiona West for sweet stories of small-town romance for busy readers. Set in Oregon, these stories will steal your heart in thirty minutes or less! Support this podcast:

  • Tales of wild adventure! Surreal stories blending traditional story telling, original music and oddball dark comedy; welcome to the world of Shouting Is Funny.

  • Hobbs and Shelley were The Holmes and Watson of the BBC from 1952 to 1969. Many think they are still the definitive portrayals of the characters on the radio. The Hobbs' Holmes is logical and incisive, but does retain a sense of humor and an obvious affection for his chronicler.

  • My sister, (Cordelia) and I (Eleanor) have been mailed a mysterious package. Normally, our channel is an unboxing video sensation, but after this package arrived, things changed. Honestly, we were only gonna to do one episode about it, but things are getting ...stranger. Codes, puzzles, recipes that go nowhere, and all of it seems to lead to a distant aunt we’ve never met. Now, we’re down the rabbit hole, so let’s see how deep it goes.

  • An actual play Dungeons & Dragons show set in the wondrous land of Ethos! A vast and unique world as splendid and magical as it is fraught with peril and mystery... A nearly entirely homebrew (original) world with a deep and rich lore stuffed with more original mechanics, creatures, fantastical peoples and powerfully magical, mysterious artifacts.

    The tales of Ethos are lead by our Game Master, Bryce Sanders who has over a decade of experience with improv and acting, accompanied by a stunning and creative cast of goons sure to entertain no matter what dimension you're from! Perfect for veterans and fresh faced heroes alike, anyone with a thirst for adventure and a love for laughter will be sure to enjoy listening as this grand story unfolds!

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  • A musician and a politician talk about books! Blurbalists Naomi (the musician) and David (who is not really a politician) are two friends in East London who set themselves the goal of each reading a book a week in 2020. Each week they discuss the books they have read, including a short summary, key themes and attempts at blurby banter. Books range from children’s fairy tales and political poetry to dystopian fiction and essays about aviation. “Whether you read all the time, wish you had more time to read or are literally illiterate, the Blurbalist podcast is the perfect companion for book-lovers everywhere” - David Lawrence, Blurbalist podcast host. “The Blurbalist podcast is the best and only podcast I have ever created” - Naomi Butcher, also a Blurbalist podcast host.