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  • What's Amanda Knox up to these days? How's Jon Ronson getting on? And what does Richard Dawkins think of bath bombs? Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews celebrities and quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining them is a mix of celebrities...and a man who once had to eat his friends. 

    New episodes every Monday.

  • A local oral history podcast by Marcus Smith with BCfm, Bristol's Community Radio Station, in partnership with Bristol 24/7, Bristol Museums, Bristol Archives, UWE Bristol and funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

    Also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

  • Libertines, Lotharios and Complete B******s. True stories of history's most badly behaved men and women.Join bawdy historian Simon Talbot as he uncovers the disreputable lives and fascinating times of a new rogue every week.You'll laugh, you'll learn, you might even want to get drunk and wear period costume.. .

  • This is Learning From Genocide, a series brought to you by the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust in which we hear the testimonies of people directly affected by the Holocaust, Nazi persecution, and the genocides that followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur. We also hear why we must continue to honour the past in order to create a safer present and a better future.

    Over 7 episodes, you'll hear testimonies of extraordinary experiences in the face of appalling and deliberate atrocities. Some of those who survived genocide, against all odds, now use their voices to educate the world and to ensure that future generations never have to live through the horror of genocide.

    All episodes of Learning From Genocide will be available in January 2022.


  • A weekly conversation with the titans and taste-makers of the automotive universe. From racers and restorers to purveyors and photographers and everything in between, we explore their unique perspectives and pursuits in car culture and beyond.

    The Apex, powered by Custodian .

  • Deirdre Graham takes a look at the stories and themes behind Scottish Gaelic songs.

  • Just two Siteworking southsiders chatting shit about hot topics, everyday life, struggles, good times, bad times, etc....

  • QAnon and the plot to break reality. Reporter and presenter Gabriel Gatehouse takes a journey into the dark undergrowth of modern America

  • Five years ago, Craig Oliver's high-powered job and privileged position at the heart of British government came to an abrupt end with Brexit.

    In the aftermath of a bruising battle, he despaired at how divided society had become, but also came to realise something fundamental was missing from his own life. Outwardly he was still achieving, with an impressive career; but he realised he'd never felt comfortable in his own skin.

    Life had always felt more of a grind than a gift โ€“ he'd always believed that if he only worked harder, he'd find fulfilment. Now he realised that wasn't the case. Like many others during Lockdown, he asked himself why he'd always had a constant feeling of unease and discontent?

    He wondered what wise people had to say about how we can live better. Craig decided to try a different path to the one he'd travelled before, reading and listening to many people. Some things they claimed were obviously snake oil, some were revelatory.

    Throughout this podcast series, Craig talks to some extraordinary people who have faced extremely difficult - often traumatic experiences - and finds out what they learned and what they believe will help others gain peace of mind and heart.

  • If you’re interested in the future of the world, the forces that will affect it, and the ideas that we can use to chart a course to health and happiness for people and planet, I think you’re going to enjoy this. I’m hoping to invite my audience to see reality from fresh perspectives, and when everything seems rather difficult, even hopeless, to dare to dream that the seemingly impossible can come true. — Roz Savage
    This pilot season of recordings was made possible through a grant in Seeds, provided by the decentralized community on the SEEDS regen economic platform.

  • Dostoevsky and Us is a leading podcast in the fields of Russian Literature, philosophy, and theology. It often hosts leading scholars and thinkers to provide the most up-to-date research and summary about these topics. This podcast has ranked globally, past ranks include top 200 in UK, top 40 in Hungary, top 50 in Slovenia & top 20 in Denmark

  • What do books tell us about the world we live in? Join Lucy Clark, Paul Daley and Zoya Patel for conversations with top authors about the ideas that shape their work. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify

  • Tune in to hear inspiring stories from people with purpose through intimate and honest conversations. You will glimpse into the lives of our guests who will shine a light on how they are making their contribution to society. Become inspired by their journeys and reflect on your own social purpose. Hosted by Danny Attias, recognised by CIO 100 as one of the UK’s most transformational technology leaders. Involved in both charity work and social enterprises, Danny is a strong supporter of tackling diversity, inclusion and environmental issues. He is a firm believer that more can be achieved by inspiring others to succeed in their calling.

  • Tarot and psychology podcast, with a Jungian twist. Includes the monthly New Moon Tarot Readings, and other tarot and Jungian/psychology-related topics.

  • What is Philosophy? Why should we bother with it? Sit down with Danny and Dr. Mike in the comfort of their local pub, as they grapple with the big ideas in a unique and accessible way! Dive into our archive of earlier episodes here: Send us an email: Check out our article about the podcast here! Get into Mike and Danny's heads for free! Discuss our episodes on our Facebook group: Follow us on Twitter: @PhilosophyWtf

  • Myself with Others is a podcast about the life of ideas, featuring conversations with creative minds in arts, culture and writing. Each of these conversations is a portrait, exploring the place โ€œbetween thought and expression,โ€ in the words of Lou Reed, where life is lived, creation begins and new worlds are imagined.

  • Steph Douglas - Founder and CEO of Donโ€™t Buy Her Flowers - chats frankly with a guest about LIFE and staring down the โ€˜rush hourโ€™ that many of us feel weโ€™re living in. The day to day overwhelm, juggling careers, relationships and families, parenthood, not looking like a dogโ€™s dinner, the expectations and the big, tough bits that come with being a grown up.

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  • A podcast made up of mostly nonsense with the occasional gem of useful information.

    Two world travellers from New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton share their opinions on Life, Culture and Travel.

    Welcome to the Orange Chips Podcast with Alex and Todd.

  • A thousand years ago Emma of Normandy was on trial for adultery, treason and murder. The Stones & Bones podcast tells the tale of the first woman styled Queen of England who stood at the center of a dark era of history. And changed it.

  • Podcast presented by Kev OKeeffe and Colin Ferguson. Two veterans from the British Army‘s covert STA patrols unit, 4/73 (Sphinx) Special OP Battery. First hand accounts of past conflicts, military history, book and film reviews. Guests, dits and digression mandatory.