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Best BBC Radio 5 Lives podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best BBC Radio 5 Lives podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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5 Live's science podcast, featuring Dr Karl, plus Dr Chris and Naked Scientists with the hottest science news stories and analysis.
 
The latest from the Premier League, EFL, European football and more!
 
Mark Kermode joins Simon Mayo to give his verdict on the week's movies
 
Peter Crouch, Tom Fordyce and Chris Stark bring you their guide to being a professional footballer. #backstronger
 
Laura Kuenssberg and Katya Adler join Adam Fleming and Chris Mason for some geeky gossip about Brexit from Westminster and Brussels.
 
Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White with an alternative (and sometimes musical) look at cricket...
 
Have your say on the latest football action
 
Elis James and John Robins with big laughs and top quality #content. Email: elisandjohn@bbc.co.uk #elisandjohn
 
BBC Radio 5 live’s award winning gaming podcast, discussing the world of video games and games culture.
 
Insight and analysis from the Test Match Special team - including interviews with top players and special features.
 
Ugo Monye, Chris Jones and Danny Care dissect the biggest rugby union stories of the week
 
Colin Murray talks to some of the biggest names in sport in a truly unique setting...in either his house or theirs!
 
A hilarious look at the volatile world of sport where guests compete for points with their sporting punditry. Informed comments are rewarded but witless outbursts are penalised.
 
Two men who’ve spent a lifetime in the boxing game - Mike Costello and Steve Bunce - discuss the latest news and big fight nights, with special guests. New episodes every Monday.
 
Expert answers to your questions in World Football: The Phone-in from BBC Radio 5 live's Up All Night programme.
 
Formula 1 interviews, reaction and reports. 5 live presents a round-up of the race weekend.
 
News and views on business and the world of personal finance. Plus the very latest from the financial markets around the globe
 
Showcasing BBC Radio 5 Live's news specials, including in-depth interviews and documentaries.
 
Showcasing 5 Live Sport’s one-off specials, featuring in-depth interviews and coverage with the biggest names from the world of sport.
 
John Pienaar shares his keen political observations, with news and interviews from key political figures in Westminster
 
Nihal Arthanayake brings you in-depth interviews each week with the biggest names in entertainment, culture and the arts.Remember to subscribe and leave a review.
 
Get inspired by Tally, Zanna and Vic – aka the #GirlGains crew - as they talk all things fitness and body confidence.
 
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis joins 5 Live's Emma Barnett for debate and tips on how to make the most of your money. Featuring guests from the business world.
 
Scott Bryan, Hayley Campbell and Nihal Arthanayake with your weekly guide to the best (and worst) in new TV and streaming shows.
 
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
Wellness you can actually trust – from award-winning journalist Tim Samuels. What’s best for your mind, body, diet and mood – served with heaps of expertise & a sprinkling of wit.
 
Robbie Savage & guests discuss all the Premier League talking points and have some fun along the way. Plus Joe Thomlinson’s social round up & Rob’s Mum gives us her predictions.
 
The coolest club you never want to be a part of…A candid look at cancer, with Rachael Bland, Deborah James and Lauren Mahon.They are you…but with dodgier cells!
 
Welcome to the Stephen Nolan Audio channel.BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC One.Stephen will use this to communicate personally with you and you will also find key audio from his radio and tv shows.To contact the show: nolan@bbc.co.ukStephen direct: stephen.nolan@bbc.co.ukTwitter: @stephennolan
 
Nick Bright and a squad from the world of social media provide a different take on the week’s biggest football stories.
 
News, opinion, debate and analysis of the big golfing issues, including interviews with leading players and golfing personalities/celebrities, with Iain Carter and Andrew Cotter.
 
Peta and Chris are in paradise - they sail into hell. Why does it take 38 years to arrest the only suspect: Silas Duane Boston? A BBC 5 Live podcast investigating their murders.
 
Each week Emma Barnett meets the person at the heart of a news story to find out what really happened and how their life changed overnight.
 
Caroline Barker and Peter Allen delve into the personalities behind the headlines as they profile the people who are making things happen.
 
Colin Murray looks back at 90 years of sport on the BBC by unearthing classic commentaries and interviews from the BBC archives.
 
Eddie Hearn, one of the world’s best-known sports promoters, goes behind the scenes with some of the biggest names from the worlds of sport, entertainment and politics.
 
Scott Mills and Chris Stark kick start the weekend with lots of laughs and entertainment. Just what you want on a Saturday morning! With your texts, tweets and calls.
 
The story of David Koresh: the prophet whose cult in Waco, Texas preached an apocalypse – and the 30 Britons taken in by his message.
 
5 live uncovers the incredible story of Kathleen and Michael Peterson
 
A weekly podcast from BBC Radio 5 live featuring the latest rugby news, analysis and interview. With contributions from Dave Woods, Stuart Pyke, coaches and players.
 
Historic moments from history told by those who lived through them.
 
Adrian Goldberg presents cutting edge investigative journalism, as well as taking on listeners' campaigns and consumer issues
 
Leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond, themed across a week - insight, opinion and intellectual surprise.
 
Gareth Rhys Owen, Rob Hayles and Simon Brotherton bring you a daily podcast from the 2019 Tour de France, as Geraint Thomas defends the title he won last year.
 
A weekly podcast: Join Dave Pickering on his journey to get better acquainted with the people he knows. Part interview show, part oral history project and part autobiography through conversation.British Podcast Award 2017 winner (bronze in Best Interview category)GBA was nominated for a 2012 Radio Production Award, aired for 3 seasons on Resonance 104.4 FM and was featured on BBC Radio 4's In Pod We Trust, BBC Radio 5 Live’s Helen and Olly's Required Listening and has been recommended by The ...
 
Isa Guha and Aatif Nawaz talk cricket with a British-Asian spin. They will be joined by guests representing different South Asian communities unified by a love of the game.
 
Elis James and John Robins talk to a range of guests about the challenges and hurdles they've faced in their own lives, whilst asking the question... How Do You Cope?
 
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Dotun is joined by Jon Arnold and Tim Vickery to talk football in North and South America.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton took your calls on all of Saturday’s football action.There's twists and turns galore as we hit the fourth round of the FA Cup.Will Ali double his lead over Chris in Sutton Death? And in Fake News we look back at Eric Cantona's infamous flying kick.The show originally aired on Saturday January 25th 2020 on BBC Ra…
 
Mark Chapman rounds up the best of Saturday's FA Cup fourth round action. West Brom manager Slaven Bilic enjoyed his return to West Ham, dumping his old club out of the cup. You will hear from a disappointed David Moyes and West Brom match-winner Conor Townsend. Jose Mourinho talks about Christian Eriksen's future after he missed Tottenham's draw a…
 
Jonathan Agnew and Vic Marks reflect on another good day for England. After Ben Stokes was fined by the ICC for his altercation with a fan yesterday, we’ll hear about players’ reaction to getting out: why Niall O’Brien returned to his locker with a broken loo seat? And whether Harry Potter really stole Tim Murtagh’s kit.And we also hear from the Ba…
 
Scott and Chris set you up for your Saturday with Strictly star and judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Michelle Visage in the studio. International rugby referee Nigel Owens sorts out another off-the-pitch argument in Real Life TMO.Plus Scott, Chris and Michelle try to win their listeners' possessions in the Upside Down Quiz.…
 
Sports presenter and pundit Natalie Paweleck, broadcaster Martin Bashir, football journalist John Cross and comedian Mike Bubbins join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment.Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction.In the final round, the…
 
Tom Hanks talks A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood.Plus film reviews including Bad Boys for Life, Armando Iannucci’s Dickens adaptation The Personal History Of David Copperfield, psychological horror The Grudge, and supernatural horror The Turning.Mark and Simon chat through all the films worth seeing in UK cinemas in the UK Box Office Top Ten, w…
 
Ross Sutherland takes us to the birth of modern art as he traces the extraordinary life of Arthur Cravan. Cravan's anarchic art heralded Dada , surrealism, situationism, punk rock and alternative comedy. His whole life was an extravagant show and his influence spreads right across the 20th century.Cravan went through life using multiple mysterious …
 
Looking back at Eric Cantona’s infamous kung-fu kick on a Crystal Palace fan that shocked the football world.Palace fan Matthew Simmons ran down 11 rows to abuse Cantona as he walked back to the dressing rooms. What followed caused a sensation across the sporting world. Cantona was sentenced to two weeks in prison which was reduced on 31 March to 1…
 
The Pet Shop Boys talk about their highly anticipated new studio album Hotspot, which is released today. Hotspot is the duo’s final release with producer Stuart Price who ushered in a period of ‘electronic purism’ in their work. Recorded using a large amount of analogue equipment, Hotspot is a departure from the Pet Shop Boy’s recent hyper dance po…
 
Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Statman Dave discuss all things fantasy football.They talk about the double gameweek for Liverpool players, whether it was the right decision to play the triple captain chip and of course play Bigger or Smaller.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Jonathan Agnew and Vic Marks discuss England fighting back after a mini-collapse in the first innings.Plus could Ben Stokes be in trouble for an altercation with a fan after he was dismissed?We hear from Zak Crawley, who top-scored with 66, and from Stuart Broad on his fond memories the last time he played at this ground.…
 
In this very special episode, we're joined by a hero in these parts - Martin Lewis! Elsewhere, we enjoy some millennial slang in today's Made Up Game and we learn all about Simon Mayo's repeat fees.Email: elisandjohn@bbc.co.uk#elisandjohnBy BBC Radio 5 live
 
A Carrickfergus man, who has celebral palsy, says he's being discriminated against when it comes to overnight accommodation. Mark Clagg is 35 years old and requires a hoist to lift him in and out of bed. However, he says because these aren't readily available in hotels and guest houses he's been unable to stay overnight with family and friends on t…
 
Listeners describing it as a shambles at MOT centres throughout NI. Essentially the Dept of Infrastructure is telling people to turn up at centres - but they don't know if they will be able to deliver on the appointment Nicola Mallon is the new minister in charge - I presume minister you understand that people take time off work - that people need …
 
An online bingo site says it's considering throwing out classic calls like "two fat ladies" eighty-eight, to make the game more "woke" for the younger generation. Foxy Bingo says eighty-eight could in future be "Wills and Kate". Other suggestions include thirty-eight "avocado on a plate" and seventy-four "recycle more". Nearly four million people p…
 
Hundreds of thousands of over-75s will struggle to pay for their TV licences when the free license is scrapped later this year - that according to a major new study. Age UK said the plans will be a ‘shock to the budgets of many older people’ and ‘may be too much’ for them. They've highlighted that the current £154.50 annual fee costs more than thre…
 
Felicity Hannah and Mickey Clark consider the future of the HS2 project; they hear about a growing trend among some employers to try to use tech to manage the pressure on their staff; and Vince Cable talks to the programme about reforms to the pre-pack insolvency process.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Colin Murray sits down with multiple Paralympic Gold and London Marathon winner David Weir at his place, for a no-nonsense chat. Covering his career across over 20 years from how he started out, his love of music and DJing, to his big rivalries across track and road races.David also talks frankly about how he has dealt massive success at London 201…
 
Ross Sutherland takes us to the birth of modern art as he traces the extraordinary life of Arthur Cravan. Cravan's anarchic art heralded Dada , surrealism, situationism, punk rock and alternative comedy. His whole life was an extravagant show and his influence spreads right across the 20th century.Cravan went through life using multiple mysterious …
 
A culinary extravaganza with some new friends! LK welcomes Helen Lewis from The Atlantic, Matt Chorley from The Times and our pal Alex Forsyth to the Brexitcast table to chew over Rebecca Long-Bailey’s Chinese takeaways, ravioli trade deals and Chris Mason’s ministerial pudding habit.Producers: Ione Wells & Emma CloseEditor: Dino Sofos…
 
As the BBC Three hit comedy Man Like Mobeen returns for a third series, its creator and star, Guz Khan, discusses the development of his on screen persona, Mobeen Deen, and why his show has something for everyone.Front Row's Risk Season continues with filmmaker Penny Woolcock and Richard Mantle, General Director of Opera North. Both have faced big …
 
Steve Crossman, Guillem Balague, Julien Laurens and Rafa Honigstein find out what makes Bruno Fernandes tick and hear from PSG and France star Kylian Mbappe.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White reveal the location and date of the next live show, review how ’Tailenders’ infiltrated Sky TV and look back at England’s comprehensive victory over South Africa. Plus another round of ‘Whozzat’, Go Wells and the tantalising prospect of one of the most bizarre duets in musical history.…
 
It's that time of year again. Chris and Ugo are back at the Six Nations launch to chat to Jonny Sexton, Stuart Hogg, Owen Farrell, Alun Wyn Jones and all of their coaches. The Six Nations is back!By BBC Radio 5 live
 
What would you do if you were told you had months to live? That's what's facing a 26 year old Coalisland woman who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer this time last year. It was initially thought Shannon Whitehouse had muscle strain but after a lump appeared on her hip she was given the news that it was Ewing's sarcoma - a cancer that affects…
 
NIPSA - the largest public sector trade union in Northern Ireland - has confirmed that strike action planned for tomorrow will go ahead. Union officials held a meeting yesterday with finance minister to demand a pay increase for civil servants. The union met with Sinn Fein's Conor Murphy on behalf of members who they say have had a below-inflation …
 
The Assembly Commission is to meet today to discuss a request to halt a pay rise for MLAs. Yesterday, the five main Stormont parties said they shared public dismay about the decision to boost their salaries by £1,000. The pay is due to rise from £49,500 to £50,500 under rules set by the Independent Financial Review Panel. And they're due another £5…
 
How can bosses better help workers who've lost a child? How worried should we be about Coronavirus? And why we need the government to tell us what to do to tackle climate change.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Dr Karl is joined by Dr Michael Mann, American climatologist and geophysicist to talk to Rhod Sharp about climate change.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Mark Chapman is joined by former Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher, former West Ham and England goalkeeper Rob Green and our senior football reporter Ian Dennis to reflect on Burnley’s shock 2-0 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford. Mark asks the panel whether they think Manchester United are “shambolic”, they discuss what the club…
 
Ross Sutherland takes us to the birth of modern art as he traces the extraordinary life of Arthur Cravan. Cravan's anarchic art heralded Dada , surrealism, situationism, punk rock and alternative comedy. His whole life was an extravagant show and his influence spreads right across the 20th century.Cravan went through life using multiple mysterious …
 
Michael Palin remembers his friend and fellow Python, Terry Jones - writer, director, actor and historian - whose death at the age of 77 was announced today. Hugh Laurie discusses his new role in Armando Iannucci’s new TV comedy drama Avenue 5, which is set on a galactic cruise liner. When a mishap turns the eight-week pleasure jaunt among the star…
 
“It was always going to be music.” The singer talks to Nihal about football, dance culture and sobriety.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Greg James, Felix White and Jimmy Anderson are live (sort of) on the radio for another edition of Tailenders, including a ‘General Cricketing Sadness’ 20 years in the making, Banner Update and a unique Mattchin Report.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Should we all have the right to know what our colleagues earn to help create fairer pay levels? Radio presenter Sarah Montague won a £400,000 settlement and an apology from the BBC. Montague says she was treated "unequally" by the corporation for years. In 2018, she said she was "incandescent with rage" after finding out her £133,000-a-year salary …
 
Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg addressed political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland yesterday. But according to some psychologists and psychiatrists, talk of a ‘climate crisis’ has led to an upsurge in young people reporting feelings of anxiety, helplessness and guilt. Vinny heard the views of commenta…
 
Despite the Assembly only being back 2 weeks after an absence of 3 years Your MLAs have been given a £1000 pay rise increasing their annual salary to £50,500. They were due to receive the extra money over the past three years, but the increase was blocked by the former Secretary of State Karen Bradley because Stormont was suspended. MLAs pay is set…
 
One in five internet users in the UK is a child. But they're often using games, apps and websites that are not designed for them. A new code is published today by the Information Commissioner and by the end of next year it's expected to be law. It's aimed at those who make games, software, apps and social media platforms and will require them put c…
 
Jonathan Agnew and Mark Chapman look back at how Cronje’s involvement in match fixing affected South Africa as well as the worldwide game.20 years ago South Africa captain Hansie Cronje offered England captain Nasser Hussain the chance to forfeit an innings per side to create a game of a rain-affected Test match at Centurion. It was much later that…
 
Garcia Ashdown-Franks from the University of Toronto’s Department of Exercise Sciences joins Tally, Zanna and Vicky to discuss the rise of the fitness tracker. Is the tech really worth the money? How accurate are they? What is the deal with 10,000 steps? Garcia also shares her tips on how we could potentially use trackers in the most effective ways…
 
Kelly Cates, former Chelsea defender Robert Huth, ex-Chelsea winger Karen Carney & Alistair Bruce-Ball react to Arsenal’s draw at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea, as Héctor Bellerín saves David Luiz’s blushes after his red card. The guys also discuss Manchester City’s win at Sheffield United after supersub Sergio Aguero scores their winner, Bournemout…
 
The art of tackling is one celebrated on these shores more than anywhere else, so how do Premier League stars perfect it? The boys analyse Crouchy’s ‘red mist’, discuss whether Paul Scholes deserved his reputation for bad tackling and the ‘Great Shinpad Debate’ rears its head again. There’s a tale involving rubber gloves, a mouse and some curtains …
 
Ross Sutherland takes us to the birth of modern art as he traces the extraordinary life of Arthur Cravan. Cravan's anarchic art heralded Dada , surrealism, situationism, punk rock and alternative comedy. His whole life was an extravagant show and his influence spreads right across the 20th century.Cravan went through life using multiple mysterious …
 
It's taken 25 years and several false starts but Terry Gilliam has at last succeeded in bringing his version of Don Quixote to the big screen. The director discusses his jinxed project, now that he has completed The Man who Killed Don Quixote, which stars Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce.Samantha Strauss, creator of the hit Australian teen drama seri…
 
Britain's longest reigning current world champion Kal Yafai joins the podcast after his fight against former pound-for-pound king Roman 'Chocolatito' Gonzalez was announced, for Yafai's WBA world super flyweight world title. Mike and Steve discuss about the best lighter weight fighters, discuss Conor McGregor's insistence that he wants to fight Man…
 
Liam Fray talks to Nihal about song-writing, Eminem and the band’s new album.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Nihal Arthanayake meets the stars of Sky Comedy’s brand new US series The Righteous Gemstones. Danny McBride (Eastbound and Down) and Edi Patterson (Vice-Principals) tell him why they decided to create a show centred on a dysfunctional family of crooked televangelists, and why not everything you read about Edi online is true.…
 
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