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Best David Baddiel podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best David Baddiel podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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David Baddiel and his mate Tim Hincks talk all things David Bowie. They spin out from there to anything and everything that’s funny, quizzical, and vaguely related to Bowie, or music, or their own mid-life crises. It’s a bit niche: Absolute Beginners won’t get it. You see? The ones who got that reference are smiling smugly. And others are thinking: I shan’t listen to that then.
 
Featuring David Baddiel, FC Dave is Dave's first online only comedy series. FC Dave are not the best 5-a-side football team in the world. In fact they aren’t the best team in their local boozer, but you won’t hear Joe concede this. Which, incidentally, is the only thing the team don’t conceded this season. You can download each new episode for free every Thursday and follow the fortunes of Dave's hapless 5-aside team as they prepare to take on Total Comedy in the Broadcast Cup.
 
Your hilarious and insightful guide to Jewish ideas and culture. Join journalist Dan Crane and comedian Jessica Chaffin (Ronna & Beverly) as they explore activism, Jewish atheism, anti-semitism, love, sex, comedy, death and more with guests like David Wain, David Baddiel, Rabbi Sharon Brous, the Sklar Brothers, Tiffany Shlain, Moshe Kasher, Joel Stein and many others. A project of Reboot.
 
As someone brave enough to confess that some of her best friends are comics, Emily Dean has for most of her life, been on the receiving end of their legendary professional insight and even if their advice is not always right, (Frank Skinner once maintained, 'you can never be friends with someone once you've seen their genitals') at least it makes you laugh at your problems. We bring you this podcast so that you too can benefit from their widsom as well.
 
Join Chris and the team every Friday for highlights from the best breakfast show on the air, plus exclusive content and uncut interviews. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode. The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio is available in the UK on DAB digital radio, online at www.virginradio.co.uk and on mobile via the Virgin Radio app. Virgin Radio is also available on Sky channel 0215.
 
The internet has become a dark place in recent times, so here comes Tracy Ann Oberman and a whole host of celebrity friends to shine a light on what it’s like to be trolled. If you’re finding it hard to engage online about any issue you feel strongly about, and you can't express your opinion because keyboard warriors bully and threaten and attack, then this podcast will be a balm to your soul. Contains swearwords, stories, and absolutely no death threats thank you very much.
 
In series two of Almost Famous, Barnaby explores the subject of fame with guests who’ve experienced it themselves, and asks them how it has affected their own journey, as well as the lives of those around them. In the first series of Almost Famous, Barnaby chatted to guests who also grew up with famous family members and asked how it affected their journeys through life. If you like what you hear please click the subscribe button, send us any thoughts or questions you have in the comments se ...
 
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In this episode of STFTMB’s David and Tim dissect the ‘Happy Days’ theme song. Tim tells us about how at the age of 17, in the shower, he discovered the meaning of happiness. The pair go on to chat about poppadoms and dish nomenclature. And they wrap up the episode with their own cover of Bowie’s ‘Five Years’, changing the lyrics in line with the c…
 
Author and comedian David Baddiel is going to read The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow, now his UK tour has been cancelled due to coronavirus, and he has the time. David tells Stig Abell why this novel has always been such a challenge to him.As cinemas close round the country, Universal Pictures have announced they are home releasing sever…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of film, television, literature, and comedy. Alice Eve chats ITV's new historical drama 'Belgravia'. Daisy Haggard discusses the hilarious new Sky One sitcom 'Breeders'. Alistair McGowan tells us about his upcoming show 'The Piano Show'. And David Baddiel shares some new dates for his weird an…
 
Over the coming weeks we will be releasing short extra episodes in response to the strange times we are living through. Former guests will be returning to reflect on how they are processing this season, if this crisis has crystallised or even changed what they hold sacred, and what it might tell us about our collective sacred values. In this episod…
 
To mark Beethoven's 250th anniversary, soprano Chen Reiss has released an album of rarely performed Beethoven arias called Immortal Beloved. She joins us live from her home in Vienna, and also performs a favourite aria by Handel. With arts organisations scrambling to reproduce their output online, we discuss the dilemmas of streaming works intended…
 
In the second of two special episodes, the renowned philosopher Alain de Botton, returns to How To Fail With Elizabeth Day to talk about how to be human and how to stay (relatively) sane in the grip of a global pandemic. We talk about the fact that, right now, it's rational to be a little demented and how we should all take lessons from our childho…
 
Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson has a new album, Debussy – Rameau, exploring the music of two very different but complementary composers. He plays live from Reykjavik, exclusively for Front Row.Actor Jo Hartley - best known for her roles in Shane Meadows' This is England series - discusses her new TV drama, In My Skin, which is coming to BBC Th…
 
Disco legend Gloria Gaynor made headlines earlier this month when her TikTok video encouraging people to wash their hands to her hit I Will Survive went viral. She joins us from her home in South Carolina, to discuss winning a Grammy for her latest album Testimony, and how she's keeping busy in self-isolation. As galleries and art centres close the…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, journalism, and fitness. Joe Wicks chats his new 'P.E. with Joe Wicks' show live on YouTube every weekday at 9 am. Money guru Martin Lewis gives advice on how to manage money with the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Ainsley Harriot discusses his new ITV show and book 'Mediterr…
 
So, as this podcast marks another week of the Chris Moyles Show’s continued effort to entertain the nation it also marks another week of Pippa’s slow descent into self-isolation madness...which means more hilarious House Games! This week the team try their hand at the ‘Celebrity Phone Line’ - which famous faces has Pippa been chatting to!? Other ga…
 
Comedian Rhys James is a regular on BBC1's Mock The Week and tells us why he thinks he's a writer comedian rather than a performer comic, why he hasn't yet seen a therapist and gives us his thoughts on fame. In series two of Almost Famous, Barnaby explores the subject of fame with guests who’ve experienced it themselves, and asks them how it has af…
 
The bestselling children’s book series The Snow Spider has been adapted for TV by award-winning writer, poet and playwright Owen Sheers. It is a fantasy drama that follows nine-year-old Gwyn as he discovers his magical powers and his family connection to the Welsh myths of the Mabinogion. Owen tells us how he adapted a much-loved classic.Booker lon…
 
Singer and fiddle player Eliza Carthy, daughter of folk doyens Norma Waterson and Martin Carthy, is known as a folk musician but, while being steeped in traditional music, she has wide musical horizons. Her new album Through that Sound (My Secret was Made Known) is a collection of her own songs. It’s a collaboration with musician and producer Ben S…
 
Rabbi Sacks is an international religious leader, moral philosopher and author. He was the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth for 22 years, and has written books that have been formative for many including ‘The Dignity of Difference’ and ‘Not in God’s Name’. His most recent book is called ‘Morality: Restoring the Com…
 
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage talks about his new poetry collection Magnetic Field: the Marsden Poems, which is inspired by the West Yorkshire village he grew up in.As classical musicians struggle to cope with the loss of their income due to the cancellation of all concerts, Samira is joined by music critic Anna Picard, Deborah Annetts of the Incorp…
 
Front Row has announced Valeria Luiselli the winner of the 2020 Rathbones Folio book prize for her novel Lost Children Archive and John Wilson speaks live to Valeria from her home in New York. This Tuesday sees the UK launch of Disney+, the new television streaming service from the second largest media company in the world. As well as all their cla…
 
Hello. I hope you're all doing ok out there. Bit of a strange time isn't it? It can feel overwhelming to be living through a global pandemic, but there are things all of us can do - small things that can have big impact. We can stay at home and save lives. We can distance socially and help the heroic health carers working on the frontline of this d…
 
Comedian Nish Kumar says: “Bob Dylan is the most enduring and important creative relationship of my life. If you can’t think of one Dylan song you like, then a part of your humanity may be missing”. When Bob and his band played the Hendrix arrangement of All Along The Watchtower at his first (and only) Dylan concert, it was “one of the greatest mom…
 
My guest today is a multi-award winning magician known to hundreds of millions of people all around the world through his TV and live magic shows. I am talking today with Dynamo…… The Positivity Podcast is sees Paul McKenna interview some of the world's most interesting people. From film stars, to entrepreneurs and entertainers, you'll learn the ti…
 
It was a call from Dame Esther Rantzen for choirmaster Gareth Malone to bring the nation together under his metaphorical baton that has inspired Gareth’s latest choral idea – The Great British Home Chorus. He talks to Katie about the challenge of creating a virtual choir from amateurs and professionals at a time when we are all being told to keep o…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, literature, journalism, and comedy. Kevin Guthrie chats his brand new series 'The English Game' on Netflix. Alex Horne tells us how he plans on keeping the nation stimulated with his at-home Taskmaster challenges. And Paul Heaton discusses his brand new album 'Manchester Calling…
 
It’s been quite the week here on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X as the team continue to entertain the nation even if Pippa is having to self isolate with Toby! But, due to the magic of technology she was able to join us live from the Taylor/Tarrant household with some hilarious house games! This week, you can hear the debut of such creations - “W…
 
Comedian Clive Anderson talks about becoming famous while still working as a barrister, his run in with The Bee Gees and how he felt when he was told that he was losing his BBC1 talk show. In series two of Almost Famous, Barnaby explores the subject of fame with guests who’ve experienced it themselves, and asks them how it has affected their own jo…
 
Actor and screenwriter Lennie James talks about the return of his award-winning Sky drama Save Me, in which he plays a father trying to rescue his daughter from a sex trafficking ring. In the new series Save Me Too, he finds someone who may hold the key to her location. Writer and comedian Rob Auton performs live and talks about finding inspiration…
 
Director and writer Gary Sinyor joins John Wilson to discuss his new sitcom The Jewish Enquirer. This follows hapless journalist Paul, played by Tim Downie, in search of scoops for Britain’s “fourth most-read Jewish newspaper”. Sinyor reveals how his own Jewish heritage inspired this irreverent depiction of a Jewish family and how everything and ev…
 
This week Emily and Ray go for a stroll in North London with comedian, actor and poet Tim Key - they chat about Tim's childhood cats, his route into comedy and working with his hero Steve Coogan. Tim has released his poems via a set of cards - to order Tim Key's Poetical Playing Cards go to timkey.co.uk For information regarding your data privacy, …
 
American author Jenny Offill discusses her highly anticipated new novel, Weather, about a female librarian struggling to cope with a domestic life haunted by the growing awareness of catastrophic climate change. Actor and comic Roy Hudd has died at the age of 83. We speak to producer and writer John Lloyd - who was also a friend - about Roy's caree…
 
The Kodo drummers from Japan formed in 1981 and are currently nearing the end of their world tour. Five members bring their drums, flutes and cymbals to our studio to perform, and to discuss the strict regime for their apprenticeship and the physical demands of their stage show. As theatres empty, film releases are delayed and festivals cancelled, …
 
Well, once again we find ourselves at the end of another week on The Chris Moyles Show and what better way to round it off than packing all the best bits into a handy podcast for you all! It was Chris’ week off this week so we had the mighty Mr. Toby Tarrant standing in for him alongside the nation’s 14th (or possibly 13th, we can’t remember) favou…
 
Dame Judi Dench looks back at her six decade career in theatre, television and film, from playing Lady Macbeth to M in Bond. As she prepares to return to the stage for a series of conversations at the Bridge Theatre in London, Judi discusses Shakespeare, Musicals, Awards, how she copes with losing her eyesight, and how she was originally told she d…
 
Steven Appleby’s comic strips have graced the pages of many national newspapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, and The Observer. Now he’s created his first graphic novel, Dragman - a thriller about August Crimp who discovers that wearing women’s clothing gives him the power of flight. As his superhero alter ego, Dragman, he…
 
The Miss World beauty pageant in 1970 is probably best remebered for one thing: The Women’s Liberation movement's intervention. They staged a protest at the final and it got them on the front pages of newspapers around the world. And now it’s the subject of a new film called Misbehaviour starring Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Jessie Buckley.…
 
In recent weeks, two new reports on diversity in the arts have generated headlines. Arts Council England has issued a document called Equality, Diversity and the Creative Case, and The Creative Diversity Network, an organisation funded by all the main broadcasters, has released its third assessment of representation on screen and off. Discussing wh…
 
The Mash Report’s Rachel Parris discusses why her private life rather than politics has inspired her new stand up show, All Change Please. As the Greater Manchester Combined Authority announces increased funding for arts venues across its ten boroughs, we talk to Mayor of Greater Manchester and former Culture Secretary Andy Burnham about the effect…
 
This week on the show we welcomed friends from the world of film, television, literature, and music. The fantastic Olly Murs chats the ongoing series of 'The Voice UK' and why he decided on a change of look. Gugu Mbatha-Raw discusses her new film 'Misbehaviour'. Jane McDonald tells us about sailing off on her ‘Sailaway with Jane McDonald’ cruise ex…
 
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