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Best BBC Radio London podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best BBC Radio London podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Welcome to BBC London’s audioBoom page.Here you’ll find highlights and additional material from our newsroom right in the heart of the capital. Contributions from our reporters and from you.Got a story you think we should tell?Get in touch by recording or uploading your story by using the green button or by calling0118 413 8272By posting here you agree to your boo being used by BBC London.www.bbc.co.uk/london (http://www.bbc.co.uk/london)
 
Ever felt like you should be better at feminism? Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests for this comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. Each week they discuss topics "all 21 first century feminists agree on" while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. Deborah Frances-White is the 2016 Writers' Guild Award Winner for Best Radio Comedy for her hit BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice. She is an E ...
 
Yes, the Candy Man can.'Cause he mixes it with love.And makes the world taste good.Archive of Danny Baker's Afternoon Retreat radio show on BBC London 94.9 (LDN).Join the Sony Award-winning DJ with great music and guests. You're sure to have a smile on your face.Danny is not only joined by the best guests but also his trusty consorts - Baylen Leonard and Amy Lamé.
 
Calling John’s life in electronic music anything less than extraordinary would be a considerable understatement. Over the last two decades he’s been behind 30 music-compilations and artist albums, which have sold cumulatively in excess of 10 million copies. Of which 10 of his mix compilations and five single releases have made the UK’s national Top 40 (on major labels including Virgin, EMI and Warner Music), whilst his most recent club tracks have resulted in a succession of Beatport top 10 ...
 
Martin Fisher has Radio in his blood. Hailing from the birthplace of radio, Chelmsford, he remembers his Grandfather explaining how one could receive the early Marconi broadcasts with no more than a poker in the ground, a piece of coal and a pair of headphones! The young Martin's own experiments with crystal sets proved very disappointing though as he could only receive the BBC Home and Light programmes.Despite this, he continued to develop an interest in music until one day at school, rumou ...
 
Iain Lee (11 O’Clock Show, Radio 4, talkRADIO) and Katherine Boyle (BBC, talkRADIO) present a phone in show with a difference. With the help of a live audience, as well as callers on Skype and telephone, they’ll guide you along a path strewn with random thoughts and obscure musings.
 
Good Omens � An angel and a demon try to save the world from an apocalypse. Neverwhere - Beneath the streets of London there is another London. A subterranean labyrinth of sewers and abandoned tube stations. A somewhere that is Neverwhere.An act of kindness sees Richard Mayhew catapulted from his ordinary life into a subterranean world under the streets of London. Stopping to help an injured girl on a London street, Richard is thrust from his workaday existence into the strange world of Lond ...
 
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Comedians Lucy Porter and Gina Yashere are old friends with lots in common. Both in their mid-forties, they grew up in London, they're both still gigging and both broadcast regularly, sometimes with an eye on the news - Gina on The Daily Show in the US, Lucy on Radio 4's The Now Show. But most often their observational material is based on what's g…
 
This week, the UK will publish its wish list for talks with the EU-- as they accuse Brussels of taking too long to agree theirs. So what does Brexiteer and former Conservative Party Leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith make of it all? Ahead of Labour members voting on their next leadership team, we hear what Richard Burgon would offer the party if elected …
 
Mexican documentary Midnight Family follows a family-run private ambulance in Mexico City racing to the scenes of accidents in order to earn a livingMasculinities:Liberation Through Photography, is a new exhibition at The Barbican in London, about how masculinity is experienced, perfomed, coded and socially constructed.Actress is the latest novel f…
 
Loss: How should we understand the 'road not taken'? Laurie Taylor talks to Susie Scott, Professor of Sociology at the University of Sussex, about her study of lost experience - that vast terrain of things we have not done, that did not happen or that we have not become. Also, Tim Strangleman, Professor of Sociology at the University of Kent, revea…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Cal Wilson Episode 189: Leadershipwith special guest Julia Gillard and music from Grace Petrie Recorded 7 February 2020 at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney. Released 17 February 2020. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Give today to Women’s Safety NSW https://w…
 
England achieved their second highest ever T20 run chase to beat South Africa and take the T20 series. We hear from winning captain Eoin Morgan on what they’ve learnt from the series, and whether Alex Hales has an England future. Jos Buttler talks about his relief at the end of a difficult tour for him, and reveals that he worried that he wouldn’t …
 
Tom Stoppard has a new play - Leopoldstadt - a slightly autobiographical telling of the story of several generations of a wealthy Jewish family in Europe over 6 decades, from 1899 How many different cinematic versions of Jane Austen novels does the world need? What does The latest Emma - directed by a former photographer/ pop video director - bring…
 
Another day, another final-ball nailbiter in South Africa, this time it’s England who edge it to level the series. Tom Curran talks us through his final over, Eoin Morgan explains just how he manages to stay so calm under pressure, and Jonny Bairstow says that he’s looking forward to having some time at home after being dropped for the Sri Lanka se…
 
As South Africa beat England in a final-ball thriller at Buffalo Park, Eoin Morgan explains where England went wrong, and what they need to do to improve. Nick Hoult joins Simon Mann to talk uncharacteristic English sloppiness, and what they need to do for the rest of the series. Plus Ed Smith joins the podcast after announcing England’s Test squad…
 
WATER – Laurie Taylor explores the cultural life of a natural substance. Sophie Watson, Professor of Sociology at the Open University, considers the taken for granted-ness of this vital fluid and the everyday connections it forges amongst human beings. They’re joined by Benjamin J. Pauli - Assistant Professor of Social Science at Kettering Universi…
 
Description:John 00 Fleming presents JOOF Radio 003with guest Paul Thomas (UK)I can never predict nor plan what mix will unfold when creating my monthly radio show, this month I've gone deep down the rabbit hole of hypnotic goodness. We've all experienced those moments when you put your head down in a club and get lost in the journey, then realise …
 
Steven Finn sits in for Michael Vaughan to join Mark Chapman and Phil Tufnell in looking back on England's tour of South Africa so far. The team look at how best to manage Jofra Archer's fitness after the fast bowler was ruled out for several months with an elbow injury. There's a look at Adil Rashid's return to international cricket, as he took th…
 
Remembering Buster Douglas's stunning victory over Mike Tyson, which happened thirty years ago this week. Douglas explains how the highest point of his career turned into a nightmare, and Mike and Steve look at the role Donald Trump had to play in the potential rematch. Also, 19-year-old Caroline Dubois talks about her selection for qualifying for …
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Abbie Hirst Episode 188: Women Making Movieswith special guests Jay Stern, Lisa Brenner and Leah Sapin Recorded 18 March 2019 at the BFI in London. Released 10 February 2020. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Get SAY MY NAME now on UK iTunes https://itunes…
 
Labour has reported two members of Sir Keir Starmer's leadership campaign team to the Information Commissioner, over a potential data breach of the party's member database. Sir Keir's team call the allegations 'utter, utter nonsense'. The Party insists it was their duty to report the issue.John Pienaar discusses this story with former Labour Lord C…
 
Director Agnieszka Holland assembles a cast including James Norton and Vanessa Kirby to tell the story of Welsh journalist Gareth Jones who in 1933 travelled to Soviet Russia and told the truth about the famine in Ukraine.At the National Theatre, Clint Dyer directs the play he has co-written with Roy Williams, Death of England, starring Rafe Spall …
 
Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel show from Rye. Tim Anderson, Sophie Wright, Jordan Bourke and Dr. Annie Gray are on hand to answer questions from keen cooks. This week, they come up with brunch suggestions for Mothers Day, recipe ideas for Mussels, and the best hot drinks for bed time. The panel is joined by John Botterell of Botterells Fresh F…
 
After only 11 overs were possibly at a very wet Kingsmead, Simon Mann is joined by Nick Hoult of the Telegraph to talk about Joe Root's bowling, Jofra Archer's injury, and whether he'll sit out ODIs in the next few years. We hear from Eoin Morgan on the match, Archer's injury, and Ben Stokes, plus Tom Curran tells us that he'll be watching the Big …
 
NUDITY – Laurie Taylor explores the cultural history of nudity and its impact on ideas about the body from the early twentieth century to the present. He talks to Sarah Schrank, Professor of History at California State University, about the unusual eras and locations in which it thrived - from Depression-era collectives to 1950s suburban nudist com…
 
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