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The day's top stories from BBC News compiled twice daily in the week, once at weekends.
 
Why are teens shoplifting makeup and posting their hauls to Tumblr? How can a blind man run a marathon through the desert with just an iPhone? And what happens to your social media profiles after you die? Week on week we answer questions just like these on our digital culture podcast, Chips with Everything.
 
The latest news from the team behind BBC History Magazine - a popular History magazine. To find out more, visit www.historyextra.com
 
Mark Kermode joins Simon Mayo to give his verdict on the week's movies
 
Group Therapy is the weekly radio show from Above & Beyond also known as ABGT
 
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Witness
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History as told by the people who were there.
 
The Naked Scientists flagship science show brings you a lighthearted look at the latest scientific breakthroughs, interviews with the world's top scientists, answers to your science questions and science experiments to try at home.
 
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Football Weekly
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The Football Weekly pod squad bring you a twice-weekly dose of puns and punditry, news and analysis from the Premier League and beyond throughout the 2017-18 season
 
A regular podcast telling the story of England with warmth and wit and enthusiasm. The story of the great names and the events that made England the mosaic it is today; the daily lives of the people who made it so. We take a chronological approach, from the cataclysmic end of Roman Britain, all the way through to the present day – when we get there! Along the way we follow the major highways of history, and some of the side roads too – what it was like to live in the Middle Ages, why the dif ...
 
The Economist was founded in 1843 "to throw white light on the subjects within its range". For more from The Economist visit http://shop.economist.com/collections/audio
 
Frank Skinner's on Absolute Radio every Saturday morning and you can enjoy the show's podcast right here. Radio Academy Award winning Frank, Emily and Alun bring you a show which is like joining your mates for a coffee... So, put the kettle on, sit down and enjoy UK commercial radio's most popular podcast.
 
Every week, we look at a different everyday English phrase or piece of slang in this fun three-minute programme. From BBC World Service
 
Public lectures and events hosted by the London School of Economics and Political Science. LSE's public lecture programme features more than 200 events each year, where some of the most influential figures in the social sciences can be heard.
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcast every Friday.
 
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Money Box
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The latest news from the world of personal finance plus advice for those trying to make the most of their money.
 
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Answer Me This!
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Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann host the award-winning podcast that has been answering the world's questions since 2007. Visit our official website at answermethispodcast.com and buy classic episodes, albums and apps at answermethisstore.com
 
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The Football Ramble
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The Football Ramble emerged from London towards the end of 2007 as a genuinely refreshing football voice, and quickly established itself as one of the most influential and entertaining shows about the world's most popular sport. It is now the largest independent football brand in the UK and a must-listen for any discerning fan that enjoys the more entertaining side of the game. From sold out live shows to broadcasting from major tournaments, The Football Ramble has it covered. Join them ever ...
 
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Test Match Special
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Coverage of England’s cricket matches. Insight and analysis from Jonathan Agnew and Geoffrey Boycott, plus interviews with the top players.
 
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The Game Podcast
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Gab Marcotti and a selection of leading football writers give their thoughts and analysis on the latest events in football
 
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Business Daily
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The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
 
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Click
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Technological and digital news from around the world.
 
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Newshour
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Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
 
Hospital Records' Award winning podcast, hosted by London Elektricity. Bringing you the hottest upfront Jungle and Drum and Bass and Dubstep dubs, unsigned tunes and fast soul from the UK-based label.Featuring all the news from the world of Hospital, High Contrast, Cyantific, Nu:Tone, Camo and Krooked, Q Project, Logistics, Danny Byrd, Mistabishi, Netsky, Subwave, Med School, S.P.Y, CLS, Fracture, Neptune, Randomer, Trisector, Bop, Icicle, MC Wrec and Landslide, plus the people who have remi ...
 
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The Anfield Wrap
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Liverpool FC through the eyes of match-going supporters, the award-winning Anfield Wrap podcast talks honestly and passionately about every game The Reds play home and away in the Premier League, the cups and European competition. Also covering LFC news, gossip and analysis, TAW has grown from two free shows a week in 2011 to a subscription package of circa 30 shows a month in 2016. More information at www.theanfieldwrap.com
 
Storynory is the first and most loved story podcast. We've been around since 2005 and kids have grown up with us. We are both educational and entertaining. We offer a mixture of original stories and myths from around the world. All our stories are brilliantly read by professional actors. So listen in - and enjoy our audio!
 
The Empire Film Podcast is the official podcast of Empire, the world's biggest and best movie magazine. Check back each week for an assortment of irreverent, film-related chat, as well as interviews with Hollywood's best and brightest.
 
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Superscoreboard
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Tune in weeknights from 6-8pm and Saturday afternoons on Clyde 1 to have your say on Scottish Football AND for all the big match action. Now if you've missed a show you can catch up here or if you just want to listen again to the top team talking about the football topics YOU want to talk about.You can also watch and listen to the show as it goes out live at clyde1.com/superscoreboard
 
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Thinking Allowed
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New research on how society works
 
Named after Charles Babbage a 19th-century polymath and grandfather of computing, Babbage is a weekly podcast on science and technology. Host Kenneth Cukier talks to our correspondents about the innovations, discoveries and gadgetry making the news. Published every Wednesday on Economist Radio.
 
Every Friday we bring you a new drama from BBC Radio 4 or Radio 3. Exercise your imagination with some of the best writers and actors on radio. Storytelling at its very best.
 
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The Archers
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Contemporary drama in a rural setting
 
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IGN UK Podcast
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Hear the magic that happens when all members of the IGN UK team run head first at each other to chat about video games, movies, TV shows and weird things they've put in their mouths.
 
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Graham Norton
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Graham Norton entertaining the nation, with a vibrant mix of celeb guests and chat. From BBC Radio 2
 
Jimmy Wagg brings you all the latest gossip from Manchester City. Tuesday evening is the time to air your views on all things City. Text 81333 MANC or at manchestersports@bbc.co.uk
 
Marking the centenary of the war through stories and events linked to places across Ireland. Introduced by Helen Mark.
 
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Scottish Football
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Keep up to date with Scottish football by with the daily BBC Scottish football podcast. Breaking stories, match reaction, big names and insights into our national game.
 
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Off the Ball
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Scottish football gets a kicking from BBC Radio Scotland’s Off the Ball, presented by Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan.
 
A weekly dose of the best bits of James O'Brien's LBC show, featuring the best of his thought-provoking monologues and fascinating calls.
 
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UK Column Podcasts
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The UK Column is an independent news organisation analysing the information war.
 
Every episode, I interview someone with expertise in a different area of UK property investment - discussing the issues in their field, and teasing out their top tips for investment success.
 
Tech's Message is the Webby Award-shortlisted weekly technology show from London-based technology journalist Nate Lanxon (Bloomberg, Wired, CNET) and Ian Morris (CNET, Gizmodo, Forbes). Hear discussions based on the week's most interesting UK technology news, and other irreverent takes on tech issues deemed important for British ears to hear. Hundreds of five-star reviews don't lie -- do join us!
 
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PoliticsHome
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Our weekly podcast discussing the ups and downs of Westminster. Please subscribe and share.If you want us to answer a question, tweet our reporter Emilio at this Twitter handle: @e_casalicchio
 
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Celtic View
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This is the official Podcast from Celtic Football Club. You will be able to hear our Celtic View podcasts and much more. Subscribe to our channel and make sure you don't miss the latest Celtic news.
 
A podcast about the history, people and landscapes of Scotland.
 
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Gordon Duncan, Gordon Dalziel and Mark Wilson take your calls...
 
Could Celtic win the title at Easter Road this weekend? We hear from both managers.
 
Olwen puts her foot in it, and Fallon's views are challenged.
 
We focus our dustbin hearts on perceptions of Paul Pogba, Arsenal’s potential summer of chaos and this weekend’s forthcoming Mike Dean Festival, bizarrely billed as Stoke vs Burnley. As well as all that we cast our minds back to Louis Van Gaal’s FA Cup clipboard, there’s mistaken identity in Ireland and Marcus ruins the World Cup. This show is ...…
 
This week the Government has been under pressure as the scandal surrounding Britain’s Windrush children unfolded. Ministers faced criticism over the Home Office policy to create a ‘hostile environment’ towards illegal immigrants, which culminated in threats of deportation against legitimate British citizens. Theresa May and Home Secretary Amber ...…
 
Art historian Jack Hartnell talks about his new book Medieval Bodies, which offers some fascinating perspectives on the ways people in the middle ages viewed their physical selves
 
The second in our series of free audio documentaries revisiting notable days in Liverpool Football Club history. This time we head back to November 6th 1982 and to Goodison Park for a derby victory Liverpool fans still sing about today. Helping us tell the story are Liverpool players Phil Thompson, Ian Rush, Alan Kennedy and Bruce Grobbelaar, E ...…
 
UK Column News Podcast 19th April 2018 by UK Column
 
Max and the gang look back at the week in football including Andy Carroll surrounded by toddlers, World Cup morale boosters, half-time VAR, Instagram tie-ins and journalists passing colds on to players
 
Queen Elizabeth II declares "sincere wish" for Prince Charles to lead Commonwealth and Helen Clark on the future of the Commonwealth.Also in the programme: Hans Asperger's past and Britain's representative to the OPCW(Picture: Queen Elizabeth II gives a speech at the formal opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in the ...…
 
The Queen has appealed to Commonwealth leaders to appoint her son, Prince Charles, to succeed her as their head. And, Hans Asperger 'collaborated with Nazis' in WWII. Record number of Nepalese women attempt Everest climb.
 
We ask Steven Pinker, author of Enlightenment Now, why he is so optimistic about human progress. We also discuss wars, inequality and should there be more good news on the front pages. Anne McElvoy hosts. Music by Chris Zabriskie “Divider” (CC by 4.0 UK)
 
Available for one month only, here's a classic episode from the archives: AMT141, from July 2010 - nearly eight years ago, but some things are eternal, like Olly's lust for Angela Lansbury and Martin the Sound Man's delight in the word 'jazz' (but not the music). The original post about this episode is at http://answermethispodcast.com/episode1 ...…
 
The lighthouse on Skellig Michael off the south west coast of Ireland was continuously occupied by lighthouse keepers for more than 150 years until its automation 1987. Skellig Michael has now become a tourist attraction since its ancient monastery was used as a location in recent Star Wars films. The last keeper of the light there was Richard ...…
 
What happens if you are carrying out a high profile job, and then go public as transgender - for example switching from a "he" to a "she" or vice versa? Will your employer, colleagues and clients accept your new status? Manuela Saragosa speaks to Claire Birkenshaw, who did exactly that whilst working as a head teacher at a secondary school. She ...…
 
Members of Cuba's National Assembly have named Miguel Díaz-Canel as the next leader. The fifty-seven year-old former engineer is expected to take office on Thursday. The handover of power will bring to an end nearly six decades of rule by Mr Castro and his late brother Fidel, who led the revolution in 1959. Also: Police in Iceland say a man sus ...…
 
Miguel Diaz-Canel is likely to be approved by Cuba’s National Assembly. He will be the first Cuban leader in almost 60 years who isn’t a Castro. Also in the programme: The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, calls snap parliamentary and presidential elections; and the Icelandic prisoner who escaped to Sweden on the same plane as the countr ...…
 
Gordon Duncan, Mark Guidi and Jim Duffy take your calls...
 
St Mirren manager Jack Ross talks about his successful season and his hopes for next.
 
Jazzer tells Tom that Berrow Farm has "as good as" offered him a job. It'd be a wrench to leave the Bridge Farm pigs, but he's seriously considering it. Tom tries to persuade him to stay by offering a pay rise, which Jazzer haggles over and guarantees he won't have to take on more responsibilities). Later, Neil breaks the news to Jazzer that Be ...…
 
Professor Sara Seager joins us to discuss the launch of the spacecraft TESS, and its two-year mission to discover new planets. Also, physicist and author Leonard Mlodinow explains elastic thinking. And, how robots are learning to assemble flat-pack furniture. Kenneth Cukier hosts
 
Professor Sara Seager joins us to discuss the launch of the spacecraft TESS, and its two-year mission to discover new planets. Also, physicist and author Leonard Mlodinow explains elastic thinking. And, how robots are learning to assemble flat-pack furniture. Kenneth Cukier hosts
 
The winner of the 2018 BSA/Thinking Allowed Ethnography award. Laurie Taylor talks to Anna Lora-Wainwright, Associate Professor in the Human Geography of China at the University of Oxford, and author of 'Resigned Activism: Living with Pollution in Rural China' . Her study revealed the health consequences of drinking tainted water and breathing ...…
 
Going to court costs time and money. So what happens if you have a strong case to fight, but can't afford a lawyer? How effective is DIY justice? Whether you're in dispute with your council, at risk of having your home repossessed or seeking a residency order for your child, what help is available as you put your case to the court? Five years o ...…
 
CIA director Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang last week, ahead of planned talks between President Trump and the North Korean leader on that country's nuclear ambitions. But what could a possible deal look like?Also in the programme: as Raúl Castro prepares to step down from Cuba's presidency; Facebook faces a facial recognition bac ...…
 
The US president tweeted that the CIA chief Mike Pompeo formed a "good relationship" with North Korea's leader. Also: malaria experts fear disease's resurgence and space diamonds "came from lost planet".
 
UK Column News Podcast 18th April 2018 by UK Column
 
Do we really know the potential and the pitfalls of artificial intelligence? Maybe not, say the experts and innovators at the TED conference in Vancouver. Jane Wakefield hears from the creator of the infamous "fake Obama" videos, Dr Supasorn Suwajanakorn. And AI expert and pioneer Max Tegmark of MIT explains why we can't make any assumptions ab ...…
 
Syrian state media claims international experts have arrived at the site of an alleged chemical attack, but US State Department sources disagree. Also, Japan and the US hold emergency talks about North Korea, and we hear from the nurse who took everyone by surprise at the Boston Marathon.
 
Syrian authorities say inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons have arrived in Douma to investigate the suspected chemical attack on April 7th. But the US State Department says the OPCW have yet to enter the site. Also in the programme: PM of Antigua and Barbuda calls on UK to compensate Caribbean immigrants who ...…
 
Each year Index on Censorship honours activists who have been at the forefront of tackling censorship globally. Click hears from Jodie Ginsberg about some of nominees including creators of the Museum of Dissidence in Cuba. She is joined Guy Muyembe, from Habari RDC (a collective of young Congolese bloggers), to discuss digital activism. The Tri ...…
 
Gordon Duncan, Gordon Dalziel and Roger Hannah take your calls...
 
Reaction to Rangers' suspension of Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace + Premiership relegation, Championship play-off & League One promotion battles.
 
Jimmy Wagg is joined by former Manchester City winger Peter Barnes to reflect on the Blues becoming the Premier League champions and the importance of captain, Vincent Kompany.
 
Kate is keen to share her ideas about the future of Home Farm with Adam. With the rise of veganism in the world she doesn't believe they can justify continuing to keep livestock. This approach is too radical even for environmentalist Adam. Kate complains that he's behaving just like Brian - what was the point of him taking over?At Berrow Farm N ...…
 
UK Prime Minister 'genuinely sorry' about treatment of long-term migrants.Also, France's President Macron urges EU to shun nationalism, Turkish government cracks down on domestic opposition, the remarkable life of South Korean actress Choi Eun-hee who survived abduction by the North, and Frenchman Jérôme Hamon gets 'third face' in new transplant.…
 
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UK Column News Podcast 17th April 2018 by UK Column
 
Syrian state TV says investigators from the chemical weapons watchdog (the OPCW) have arrived in Douma, where the Syrian government denies carrying out an alleged chemical weapons attack on 7 April.Also in the programme: Myanmar releases 8,500 prisoners in a holiday amnesty; and the Chinese economy posts strong growth amid concerns over growing ...…
 
Our media editor, Gady Epstein, assesses the future of the advertising giant WPP after its CEO Sir Martin Sorrell stepped down. Also, should the USPS be privatised? And the latest figures on China’s economy. Helen Joyce hosts
 
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is keen to accelerate its path towards membership of the European Union. But there are obstacles too. Top of the list for the Balkans nation is resolving a dispute with its neighbour Greece over what the country calls itself. Our reporter Tanya Beckett has travelled to the capital Skopje to find out wha ...…
 
The missiles that struck Syria on Friday night have certainly shifted the international economic focus from China tariffs to new potential trade sanctions targeting Russian companies with ties to the Syrian president, Bashar al Assad. So how does this economic tit-for-tat play at a time when America is apparently preparing for economic war with ...…
 
After the September 11th attacks brought down the Twin Towers, reconstruction began at the devastated area in New York in April 2006. Rachael Gillman spoke to TJ Gottesdiener, who was a managing partner at the architecture firm tasked with designing a new skyscraper on the site.(Photo credit: Robert Sabo-Pool/Getty Images)…
 
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has been waiting for access. Also, President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen has appeared in court after the FBI raided his home and office last week, and Kendrick Lamar has become the first rapper to win the Pulitzer Prize for music.
 
This month we're exploring the science of our senses. So far we've heard how our ears work, looked the visual system in the eye, and this week, we're getting our teeth into the science of taste. Plus news of a discovery that could re-write the story of human origins, how some antibiotics can also block viruses, and how ants keep infections at b ...…
 
Russia says inspectors will be allowed to visit scene of a suspected chemical weapons attack on Wednesday. But Britain and the United States say Moscow and the Syrian government have been tampering with the evidence.Also in the programme: the British government apologises for the treatment of thousands of people who arrived in the UK as childre ...…
 
Gordon Duncan, Hugh Keevins and Derek Johnstone take your calls...
 
We discuss team performances in the Scottish Cup semi-finals at the weekend.
 
Andrew visits Will at Grange Farm to talk about Jake. Jake wants to stay with Andrew for the rest of the week - he wants a break from Grange Farm. When Andrew mentions last week's laptop incident Will is furious. He confronts Emma - why didn't she tell him about it? Now Andrew doesn't trust him to look after Jake. He accuses her of only caring ...…
 
Historians Tom Young and Emma Dabiri explore how Africa’s past has affected its present in a discussion prompted by the themes of Tom’s new book, Neither Devil Nor Child: How Western Attitudes Are Harming Africa
 
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