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Best BBC Radio Nottingham podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best BBC Radio Nottingham podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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BBC Radio Nottingham sports team bring you the last seven days at Nottingham Forest. The essential updates every Wednesday with Colin Fray, David Jackson and Robin Chipperfield.
The Terrace
The best way to start your sporting weekend. With special guests, fans and the key people involved in the action.
Audio Archive
Audio Archive of British artist Ellie Harrison, featuring radio interviews, lectures, talks and discussions recorded since 2002
A panel of horticultural experts answer gardening questions from a live audience. Recorded in a different location each week
It began with a radio show at Nottingham University which went onto win Best Specialist Music Programming at the 2009 Student Radio Awards (BBC Radio 1/6Music/Student Radio Association).With a policy of 'upfront new dance music', its spirit still lives and thrives on the blog (http://radioclubfoot.blogspot.com).The podcast provides interviews and mixes from the hottest properties in music across the board. We hope you like it!!
The blog of David Eagle: member of three-time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning band The Young’uns and New Comedian Of The Year (Bath Comedy Festival 2019 and Nottingham Comedy Festival 2018).
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Reaction to the 1-1 City Ground draw against 'BoroBy BBC Radio Nottingham
Notts manager Neal Ardley answering your questions and Guy Moussi on The TerraceBy BBC Radio Nottingham
Kathy Clugston and the panel are in Dudley. Pippa Greenwood, Matthew Wilson and Matthew Pottage answer the audience's horticultural queries.This week, the panellists chat about their favourite Christmas plants, establishing a healthy hedge and caring for hedgehogs. They also answer questions on pruning a Smoke Bush, low maintenance Wisteria alt ...…
The Reedtz Brothers on The TerraceBy BBC Radio Nottingham
Kathy Clugston and the team visit the St Ann's Allotments in Nottigham. Bunny Guinness, Bob Flowerdew and James Wong answer the audience's questions.The panellists discuss what to grow in a polytunnel during winter, their favourite seasonal flowering plants and how to recover garden space after flooding. They also consider the best trees to giv ...…
Peter Gibbs is at the Sheffield Botanical Gardens for a correspondence edition. Bob Flowerdew, Anne Swithinbank and Matt Biggs are on hand to answer questions sent in by listeners via post, email and social media.This week, the panellists take shelter from the rain while offering suggestions for plants in a boggy garden, advising on how to re-p ...…
Hear the latest news on the Peter Taylor Stand re-development, plus a weekend previewBy BBC Radio Nottingham
Peter Gibbs and the panel are in the North Wessex Downs. Chris Beardshaw, Matthew Wilson and Anne Swithinbank answer the horticultural queries.This week, the panellists give tips on turning a front lawn into a vegetable patch, making the most of an unheated greenhouse during the winter, and the best indoor blooming plants for winter. Peter Gibb ...…
Radio feature previewing 'Bus Regulation: The Musical' by Ellie Harrison premiered at Manchester Art Gallery on 28 September 2019By Ellie Harrison
On 3rd July I took part in heat 3 of the BBC Radio 4 Comedy Award. In this podcast I impart my experience of the competition, I report on how I fared, and we compare my broadcast set from the actual set on the night.By David Eagle
Today we welcome our latest member to the Dollop family, comedian Arthur Smith. Plus, find out why I’ve been talking to walls and putting clothes on inanimate objects.By David Eagle
Today’s Dollop comes live from Bath Comedy Festival’s New Comedian Of The Year competition final in which I am taking part. It started out with over 200 acts, and I’ve made it to the last ten, but can I take it further. In 2009, Rob Beckett came second in the competition. The winner was Joe Lycett. But how will David Eagle fare? Find out in tod ...…
It’s the eve of judgement day. Tomorrow I take part in the final of Bath Comedy Festival’s New Comedian Competition, sponsored by Love Honey, a sex toys manufacturer. Hence why today’s Dollop is essentially a barrage of sex toys puns.By David Eagle
Today’s Dollop comes from Liverpool, as I make another incendiary journey to perform some standup at a community run night that tackles the subject of self-image; perhaps an odd booking bearing in mind that I can’t actually see myself or … Continue reading →By David Eagle
Swooning tractor drivers, awkward selfie moments, unlikely mashups and more in today’s instalment of David’s Daily Digital Dollop.By David Eagle
The David’s Daily Digital Dollop mailbag is stuffed full with your comments, whether that be your thoughts on the many and varied subjects covered in these Dollops, witty wordplay, or warnings about the forthcoming Jewish World Order. In today’s Dollop … Continue reading →By David Eagle
Today’s Dollop features the first song from my pop music alter ego Pop Goes The Eagle, entitled Bad Boy. Meet Reginald, an ordinary, middle-class, law abiding citizen who feels completely ignored by sexy girls. On the radio, on the TV … Continue reading →By David Eagle
Join me and the family on a walk through Hartlepool, featuring a Yorkshire relaxation CD, a singing train conductor, a cake recipe and a spot of toilet arson.By David Eagle
In today’s Dollop I reveal how I fared in Bath Comedy Festival’s New Comedian Of The Year competition. Plus, more importantly, did I accidentally sit on someone’s face last night? Not since 2016 have I imparted a harrowing tale from … Continue reading →By David Eagle
From Northampton we move to Bath, via Leeds and Manchester as my navigation woes continue. But will I get to finally tell you those promised two stories? Or do yet more distractions present themselves?By David Eagle
Today’s Dollop comes live from a freezing wet piss-filled underpass in Northampton. But it’s not as romantic as it sounds. I am lost, alone, soaked and freezing, and in danger of missing my gig. Join me in today’s Dollop to … Continue reading →By David Eagle
Due to a technical fault, it looks like David’s Daily Digital Dollop is actually back, and seemingly here to stay, until a resolution can be found.By David Eagle
It’s April Fool’s Day and I have an announcement, but is it an April Fool or genuine? Find out what the announcement is by listening to this blog post, featuring a singing love-lost taxi driver, a paella-making girlfriend and a … Continue reading →By David Eagle
The last time I attempted to ride a bike was about ten years ago in Holland. It lasted for all of twenty seconds before I narrowly missed a dog and hurtled into a wall. How did it go so wrong? … Continue reading →By David Eagle
Here’s a little audio blog from The Regent’s Park in London, in which I get accosted by a saucy duck, we discover some shocking news about Google, and we learn all about a jazz singer with a rather checkered past.By David Eagle
After my victory at Manchester’s comedy competition, Beat The Frog, I travel to London for the famous King Gong comedy competition, where I come up against my most ruthless and brutal audience yet. But can I survive five minutes on … Continue reading →By David Eagle
It’s the third and final part of Eagle vs Frog, recounting my dramatic adventures into the world of gladiatorial standup comedy competitions. It’s April 2018, and it’s time to return to Beat the Frog. This time I’ve prepared in advance … Continue reading →By David Eagle
This is the second part of a three part audio blog series, Eagle vs Frog, talking about my formative standup comedy attempts. After the harrowing dramas of 2014 and 2015, it takes me until May 2017 before I perform at … Continue reading →By David Eagle
Last Monday I attended the gladiatorial standup comedy competition, Beat The Frog, at Manchester’s Frog and Bucket comedy club. In the third and final part of this audio blog series, released this Tuesday, I will recount what unfolded on that … Continue reading →By David Eagle
So, from last week’s blog post about Theresa May and the police, we seamlessly segway to a song involving Theresa May and the police, or a member of the Police, at least.By David Eagle
On 8 January 2017, just one week after completing her year-long durational performance 'The Glasgow Effect', Ellie Harrison gave a talk about the work at the Glasgow Film TheatreBy Ellie Harrison
In the week after completing her year-long 'The Glasgow Effect' project, Ellie Harrison discusses the work live on the Stephen Jardine Programme on BBC Radio ScotlandBy Ellie Harrison
As 2016 draws to an end, so does David’s Daily Digital Dollop. In this, the final Dollop, we spend eighty minutes revisiting some Dollop highlights, before finally saying goodbye to this ridiculous and stupidly crazy project.By David Eagle
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