Verenigd Koninkrijk – Nieuwe podcasts

  • 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.

  • Dogs, people, wellbeing, empowerment, gossip, life and a bit of everything else... with Lez Graham and her guests

  • Join Kapow, Lucy Wow's sidekick and world champion eater of socks, as he explores some of the world's most amazing inventions!  If you’ve got a question about the world of GoKidGo, Pflugerville, or a particular mechanical pygmy goat, send it to You might get your question read live on the show!

  • A Kids Podcast About Facts. Each week, listeners accompany journalist Arionne Nettles on a fact-checking investigation with experts and enthusiasts. Build information literacy skills and learn a thing or two about how to sniff out the truth along the way!

  • We're a reasonably new family of 4, trying to make adoption less of an unknown. This is our very real experience, no sugar-coating. We'll talk about getting to know each other and how we fell in love with our family. Also the day-to day difficulties and our coping mechanisms - and therapeutic parenting. Our children join us on most of the episodes.

  • Host Kate Leaver is joined by her favourite living creature, Battersea rescue Shih tzu, Bert. He is compensated for his editorial work in cheese. She asks her guests endearingly specific questions about their dogs, like the most expensive thing they’ve ever destroyed, where they sleep at night and whether they’ve ever done anything noble, embarrassing or hilarious. Also: how they’ve changed lives, what effect they have on our mental health and whether they play family members off each other to get double dinners. A spectrum of silly and poignant topics.

  • Adoption Shared is produced by We Are Family, adoption support community, in partnership with Adopt London. Adoption Shared explores stories which inform, support and amplify the adopter voice and community. In each episode, our host Eddie Elliott meets adopters and professionals who share their insight and experiences of the adoption journey from a variety of different perspectives. New episodes released fortnightly each Thursday. You can join We Are Family for FREE at

  • 'Spill the Tea' is a unique student led Podcast hosted by a collaborative team of students from a variety of Cheltenham schools. Students ask the questions and encourage our guests to bare all and 'spill the tea'.

    We are joined by exciting stars and inspirational professionals that have signed up to reveal their best kept secrets and discuss what the path to their success was really like.

    This podcast is brought to you by hosts All Saints' Academy, in association with the Cheltenham Educational Partnership.



  • Join Rochelle Humes as she speaks to her guests about parenthood, what they have learnt along the way and what they are still figuring out. Each week will cover a different theme, and there may even be some surprise little helpers, assisting Rochelle throughout.


    Every child is completely different, what they want and need is never the same. So, whether you’re a new parent, a step parent, a parent to be or a parent just battling through the rollercoaster that is parenthood, follow The My Little Coco Podcast now.

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  • Make it in Design is home to one of the longest running online design schools in the world. We help creatives from across the globe thrive in the design industry. We love nothing more than to inspire creative people to follow their dreams, grow sustainable design businesses, and do what they love. We have created the Make it in Design podcast to bring our audience interviews with designers who have made bold moves and followed their hearts in order to thrive as creative professionals. The Make it in Design podcast is a place of curiosity and discovery, and we look forward to sharing this conversation with you!

  • Welcome to Meet the Translator! I'm Dot Roberts and I'll be chatting to a different translator each episode, getting to know them, hearing their story and covering a variety of topics related to translation. Whether you are new to the translation industry, an experienced translator or just curious about the topic, join me as we delve into different areas of translation and learn more about our wonderful colleagues.

  • A wrongful conviction that led to a death row sentence; a politician fighting to save his reputation; a tech company whose trade secrets were stolen. In this series, some of the best trial lawyers in the business share the inside stories of their most high-profile and dramatic cases. What does it take to win in the courtroom and what’s at stake if you don’t? Proof in Trial is a series from international law firm Hogan Lovells. Hosted by Cate Stetson.

  • Working class and queer actor Laura Checkley (King Gary, Military Wives) and working class theatre director Hannah Chissick (Little Wars) discuss and celebrate all things working class. Each week they are joined by a different guest who grew up working class. They talk about their journey and rise to where they are now, celebrating their success and hopefully inspiring a few along the way. Guests include: comedians, actors, sports stars, poets, and more - fondly remembering their roots and what they have gained from being working class.

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  • Hosted by Paris Lees, this science and storytelling podcast tells two stories that feel opposing. As the stories unfold, we’ll come to reflect on why we behave the way we do.

  • From transfer windows to formations, from man-management to getting the sack.

    Craig Levein and Amy Irons explore what it takes to survive as a football manager.

  • Cerys Matthews and Jeffrey Boakye launch Radio 4's new weekly music programme which explores the rich web of connections in music, from Beethoven to Beyoncé.

  • Dark Star Astrology Podcast: Marina at checks out the celestial weather at the Full and New Moons. Plus general discussions on mythology, enlightenment, dark goddess, sexuality and the constellations.

  • A monthly podcast in which Jim and Martin (from The Krynoid PodCast) review every episode of the BBC sci-fi series Blake's 7 in broadcast order.

  • JAM Presents is a podcast hosted by Jason Cripps and Mike Groves.

    We discuss TV shows, movies, games, and anything else we enjoy on an almost weekly basis - so far having covered Murder in Small Town X, The Murder Game, Whodunnit and Murder Island.

    Head over to Twitter and say hello, we’re @PresentsJam

  • A podcast dedicated to The Sopranos; this time focusing on the wildest theories, the hidden conspiracies, the supernatural, the deeper symbolism, eggsistentialism and of course the sacred AND propane.

    Some people like The Sopranos with some pulp, others with no pulp. This, is for hardcore gabagooligans, this is WITH PULP.

    Hosted by Crado Sprano (Twitter: @uncle_june)

  • Sausage On A Fork is a podcast dedicated to the U.K.'s longest running children's drama, Grange Hill. Each episode will feature an interview with a former cast member about their life before, during and after Grange Hill.