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What is the dumbest show you can imagine? This award-winning show may be dumber. It has no content. No format. Yet it's going on ten years of delighting hundreds of thousands of people. It's been an iTunes editors choice, and Rolling Stone picked it as one of the world's best comedy podcasts. It's light in the dark, comfort in the cold and a penguin in the pants (long story). Join hosts Jesse Thorn (NPR's Bullseye) and Jordan Morris (Comedy Central's @Midnight) and a celebrity guest on a rau ...
 
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and her special guests as they discuss topics “all 21st 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 Edinburgh Fringe regular, screenwriter and is hugely in demand for her corporate seminars.
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. Host Erik Rivenes interviews authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and the stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
Every football fan knows it's the goals that really stay with you such is their juddering emotional impact. In Life Goals well known football fanatics re -live the eight defining goals of their lives with host Theo Delaney and reflect on what was happening at the time as it all comes flooding back. Like a good football match it veers from the poignant to the euphoric
 
Find your next great audiobook on our podcast, Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine. Every Monday through Friday, AudioFile Editors recommend the best in audiobook listening. All in 6 minutes or less. It’s short, sweet, and just what your ears need. Got a bit more time? Listen to the bonus episode featuring conversations with the best voices in the audiobook industry.
 
They’re weirdos with a certifiable addiction to TV. Rob Schulte and Brittany High could have sought professional help, but—I don’t think so, Tim! Each week, they dissect episodes of classic TV shows highlighting details so minute, you kinda wish they hadn’t. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tvshowshow/support
 
READ MY LIPS is not your usual blah-blah-yada-yada, Q&A interview talk show where the host and guests use a canned script. akaRadioRed engages indie authors, musicians and filmmakers in lively, spontaneous, unpredictable conversations that uncover who they really are, what drives their creativity, and what's next in their journey. Featured topics: Fiction. Non-fiction. Music. Film. Relationships. Careers. Family. Entrepreneurs. Food. Health. Love. Producer/host Bonnie D. Graham akaRadioRed, ...
 
If you are working with boilers, this podcast is for you. Inside the Boiler Room is a podcast presented by ABMA - the American Boiler Manufacturers Association. Since our founding in 1888, ABMA has advocated for the safe production and operation of boilers, facilitated advances in energy efficiency, and partnered with our members to continue to progress. Our podcast has been established to raise awareness of today’s boiler industry and share important issues impacting our sector.
 
One church leader, one calling, one honest conversation. An interview show about the nature of church leadership, the inherent struggles that come with that calling, and the many different ways God has shaped individuals to work within his church. Every episode features a long-form, highly personal interview with a church leader.
 
Let 'em Play Ball is a basketball podcast which shares the insiders knowledge on everything from AAU, High school, College and Pro Basketball. We share valuable information to aid both parents and players alike as they aspire to take their own path to reach their Basketball goals and dreams. The information shared on this podcast will change your perception of the game and teach you the Do's and Don'ts, politics and business decisions that ultimately affect the player in ways they never imag ...
 
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Illustrious media man and Talksport host Danny Kelly is Theo Delaney’s guest in this, the second half of a two part ‘Life Goals’ special. We rejoin Danny’s football odyssey in 1991 as he combines emotional sporting reminiscences with tales of Hip Hop wars and internet pioneering. Also, why ‘Don’t Buy An Island’ is a maxim to live by. Scorers includ…
 
Film-maker Sofia Coppola talks about reuniting with Bill Murray for her new film On The Rocks, a comedy about a martini-drinking playboy father who reconnects with his daughter (Rashida Jones) on an adventure through New York.Front Row is convening a series of Booker Prize book groups in which readers can put questions to the six shortlisted author…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Michelle Buteau Episode 225: Intentionwith special guest Holly Whitaker Recorded 5 January 2020 at The Gramercy Theatre in New York. Released 26 October 2020. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Watch Shirley from 30 October, in cinemas and on Curzon Home Ci…
 
Joniece Abbott-Pratt’s dynamic narration draws listeners into a contemporary fantasy audiobook packed with ancient magic, Aurthurian mythology, and family legacies. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Emily Connelly talk about Tracy Deonn’s debut YA audiobook featuring a secret magical society that you don’t want to miss. Bree is a 16-year-old Black girl …
 
Tyson Graham Jr's football journey has taken him from Miami to South Dakota; from the NFL to the AAF to the XFL to the Spring League. It's an unconventional route but the prototypical safety is athletic, can play multiple positions, and has the work ethic to make it to the top of the football mountaintop. He's hoping his second trip to The Spring L…
 
Grammy Award-winning musician Leyla McCalla explains why she decided now was the time to re-release her 2014 debut album Vari-Colored Songs about the poet and activist Langston Hughes. On this week's q screen panel, entertainment writers Ishani Nath and John Semley share their thoughts on Sacha Baron Cohen's new Borat sequel, Borat Subsequent Movie…
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S07 EP5: Ivo Graham discusses the Swindon Town documentary 'That's Football!' Joining us in the studio this week is Ivo Graham to watch and dissect the documentary 'That's Football' which covers Swindon Town's promotion to the Premier League. And contains far less Glenn Hoddle than you'd either expect or imagine. We a…
 
Broadcaster Danny Kelly joins Theo Delaney in this the first half of a two-part special. A Tottenham Hotspur fan who grew up yards from the Arsenal ground and surrounded by Gooners Danny went on to become a hugely successful and influential figure in magazines, websites and TV and radio. Goals from Chivers, Perryman and Gascoigne feature as well as…
 
In Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster, six performers from Battersea Arts Centre's Beatbox Academy interpret Mary Shelley’s classic novel from their own perspective; as young people growing up in 21st-century Britain. Using only their own mouths and voices to make every sound in the film, they explore how today’s society creates its own monsters. …
 
Stepping into the cage at the ripe (young) age of 54, we learn more about the life and times of Retired Army Ranger Sergeant Major - Clark Wright. Dubbing himself as "The Worlds Oldest, Fattest MMA Fighter" he has an interesting story to tell outside of the cage and what led him to compete in it.By Shane Graham
 
Fans who've been anticipating Tana French’s next audiobook will not be disappointed. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss Roger Clark’s standout performance. His American-Irish-British background makes him uniquely qualified to narrate a tense story of a Chicago cop trying to solve a mystery far out of his jurisdiction. He’s longing f…
 
Country artist Mickey Guyton explains how racism hindered her country music career for over a decade. Singer-songwriter Jennifer Castle finds music in seasonal wonders on Monarch Season. Singer-songwriter Sam Roberts on his new album 'All of Us,' and reflects on his 20th anniversary of his solo debut album…
 
American writer and producer Darren Star, creator of the show Sex and the City, on writing roles for strong and outspoken women and his new Netflix series Emily in Paris. Juno-nominated artist Storry on her new EP and the commonalities between sex work and in the music industry. Actor Jesse Eisenberg on his dream role in the movie The Art of Self D…
 
Alicia Tobin (Retail Nightmares podcast, "So You're A Little Sad, So What?" book) joins Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the intolerable soundtracks at retail jobs that play on a loop and haunt you for decades, the notoriously awful customer that spawned Alicia's Retail Nightmares podcast, and the Scandinavian gummy store by Jordan's house that…
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S07 EP4: Bonus correspondence special A cheeky little bonus episode to (a.) mop up some more of the correspondence. (b.) give you a little update about the live Zoom show this Sunday evening at 8pm. We're joined by QK legends Matt Forde and Tom Craine to discuss their Notting Forrest and Nomadic Players FC respectivel…
 
It's been hundreds of episodes since we've had a crossover with This Is Horror! I guess we were just looking for a good excuse, and one presented itself. Check out over two and a half hours of discussion about the new book They're Watching, co-authored by the This Is Horror podcast hosts Bob Pastorella and Michael David Wilson. We also talk about H…
 
Geeta Pendse presents Front Row live from Nottingham in a shared broadcast with BBC Radio Nottingham. In spite of virus restrictions, Nottingham Playhouse goes live for the first time since March this week with a season they're calling Notthingham Unlocks. We'll talk to the playwright and local James Graham about his brand new play, a lockdown roma…
 
Narrator Clare Corbett flawlessly creates the accents and settings of Lenchester, England, while introducing Detective Chief Inspector Whitney Walker and her polar opposite, psychologist Georgina Cavendish. Host Jo Reed and AudioFIle’s Robin Whitten discuss a new British mystery from Sally Rigby, where an unlikely pair investigating a copycat seria…
 
Acclaimed violinist Tasmin Little announced her retirement from the stage recently. The musician is selling her beloved violin to focus on teaching. She will perform her final UK recital at London's Royal Festival Hall tomorrow night. We talk to her about her career, why she took the decision to retire now and her plans for the future.Covid has had…
 
Perfect Halloween listening, guaranteed to give you chills. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten share their thoughts on a classic adapted for the stage -- MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENSTEIN. It’s a riveting adaptation of a story within a story, as told by Mary Shelley, that is startlingly different from more familiar movie adaptations. Stacy Keach’…
 
Prolific celebrity chef and author Jacques Pépin on his latest cookbook Quick & Simple. Showrunner Hilary Weisman Graham tells us how she managed to write, cast, and shoot an entirely new Netflix anthology series during the first few months of the Covid-19 pandemic. q book columnist Jael Richardson reccomends a Booker Prize shortlister, Real Life b…
 
A collaboration with the Aké Festival: leading black writers and artists discuss Black Lives Matter and related issues of this year in connection to their work. With Tayari Jones, Derek Owusu, Victor Ehikhamenor and Sara-Jayne Makwala King. The Aké Festival is the world's largest literary festival of black voices on black issues. Usually held in La…
 
Jackie Sanders narrates a memoir on sexism in science from Rita Cowell, a leading microbiologist and the first woman to lead the National Science Foundation. Host Jo Reed and Robin Whitten discuss Jackie Sanders’s straightforward narration, mirroring Cowell’s strategy when dealing with obstructionist male colleagues—stay calm and avoid channeling m…
 
Bruno Richard Hauptmann was tried, convicted and executed for the kidnapping and murder of Charlie Lindbergh, son of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh and his wife Anne. However my guest, Lise Pearlman, author of "The Lindbergh Kidnapping Suspect No. 1: The Man Who Got Away" believes that not only was Hauptmann innocent, but something far more sinist…
 
Montreal-based rapper and producer Backxwash has been announced 2020's Polar Music Prize winner, she joins Tom Power to talk about her momentous win. Actor Natalie Portman discusses what inspired her to write a book of children's fables. Why Author Shannon Lee wanted to share more about her father's legacy, Bruce Lee, through her new book Be Water,…
 
Nicole Kidman talks about starring in new thriller The Undoing. A therapist's life unravels after she learns that her husband might be responsible for a horrific murder. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disaster and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create a…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Travis Alabanza Episode 224: Black Trans Lives Matterwith special guest Kuchenga and music from Bumi Thomas. Recorded 29 September via Zoom. Released 19 October 2020. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Be Well Workshops. https://guiltyfeminist.com/be-well/ …
 
Dion Graham is pure magic behind the microphone as he narrates a fun family-friendly story about Alice the rabbit and her furry companions. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss Maryrose Wood’s new tale that feels like a classic. In the story, Alice makes a deal with other wild animals to grow a garden in order to keep the land from be…
 
Author David A. Robertson opens up about his Cree culture, mental health, and the healing journey of creating his most personal work to date: a memoir called Black Water. The q screen panel talks about Saturday Night Live's return to the studio after Covid-19 shutdown production. Founding member of the band Barenaked Ladies, Ed Robertson, talks abo…
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S07 EP3: Jason Manford on Manchester City Joining us in the studio this week is comedian Jason Manford to discuss all things Man City in the 90's. Plus some lovely Championship Manager content) If you want to hear and extended version of the episode with Patreon only content (and get the episode on Saturday instead of…
 
Theo Delaney’s latest guest is storied journalist Ed Needham who has edited titles on both sides of the Atlantic including Maxim and Rolling Stone. Currently in charge at essential books magazine Strong Words, the lifelong Leicester City fan relives the eight defining goals of his life and selects fabulous music to go with them. Among the scorers R…
 
Averil Mansfield is a retired vascular surgeon and was the first female Professor of Surgery in the UK when she was appointed in 1993.She was born in 1937 in Blackpool, where her father worked as a welder on the attractions at the Pleasure Beach. She was an only child and an avid reader when young. After perusing a library book on early advances in…
 
Roddy Doyle talks about his latest novel, Love. In the course of one summer’s evening in Dublin, two old drinking buddies revisit the pubs and the love affairs of their youth, and talk openly about their marriages and other relationships, downing several pints of stout along the way.Gairloch Museum in the Highlands of Scotland is one of the winners…
 
Imogen Church’s extraordinary narration of Ruth Ware’s newest suspense novel will keep listeners glued to their earbuds, unable to do anything else but listen wide-eyed and rapt. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss this thrilling homage to Agatha Christie’s AND THEN THERE WERE NONE. Ware has taken the premise of an isolated house with…
 
David Rees and Jon Kimball (Election Profit Makers podcast) join Jordan and Jesse for a discussion of the tamest political scandal of all time, Jesse's big missed opportunity on LinkedIn, and the Big League Chew swallow club that David and John had in 8th grade. Plus, Jordan makes his long-awaited debut on Instagram and only has eyes for John Dicke…
 
Gord Downie's brother Patrick Downie and his longtime collaborator Josh Finlayson discuss the making of Away Is Mine, the late Canadian music icon's final solo recording. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen question whether music streaming services should ever have the right to ban artists on their platforms, particu…
 
Anaïs Mitchell took the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and turned it into Hadestown, which became an immensely successful musical at the National Theatre and on Broadway. Now she has written Working on a Song, a book that gets down to the nitty-gritty of writing for musical theatre, tracing the development of the songs of Hadestown from the spark of …
 
Baroness Floella Benjamin DBE is a Trinidadian-British broadcaster, writer and politician. She became a familiar face to millions of viewers through her work on children's television, most notably on Play School, which she first presented in 1976. She was born in Trinidad in 1949, the second of six children. When her parents emigrated to the UK, sh…
 
Soneela Nankani creates a memorable portrait of Norah Kapadia, a brilliant medical student who is slightly baffled by the human aspects of patient care. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb talk about this new audiobook from Madi Sinha that’s perfect for fans of medical TV shows. Nankani is fantastic as the narrator, capturing all of the chara…
 
Four-time Grammy Award-winning artist Lenny Kravitz reflects on his new memoir, in which he writes about the first 25 years of his life, from his upbringing in New York to the release of his 1989 debut album. Nina Lee Aquino, the artistic director of Toronto's Factory Theatre, discusses the future of performing arts in Canada, and how they were abl…
 
The global bestselling author Jodi Picoult discusses her 26th novel The Book Of Two Ways. It’s the story of a hospice worker who - when her plane crashes in the opening pages -is surprised at the life that flashes before her eyes. Rather than her scientist husband and teenage daughter, she sees the life that might have been had she made different c…
 
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