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Best Yorkshire podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Yorkshire podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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What is Inside Yorkshire all about and why should you listen to it? This podcast will bring you an insider’s perspective of life in Yorkshire and some intriguing details about the lives of those who reside here. There is a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the area. These Yorkshire folk have amazing tales to tell. Susan has lived in Yorkshire for over 30 years now and she interviews local people and gets them to share with you their lives, their hopes, their achievements and some of their ...
 
Yorkshire MESMAC has produced short audio podcasts on HIV and surrounding issues in an easy to understand format. The podcasts are in the following different languages: English, French, Swahili, Shona, Luganda and Yoruba. Each podcast covers essential information for Africans on HIV in five segments:- • What is HIV • How is HIV transmitted • Getting tested for HIV • Being positive and visiting the clinic • HIV and Medication Listeners are provided with contact details for the Do It Right -In ...
 
Clue Records is an independent record label, podcaster & promoter based in Leeds. It is run by 2 friends, Scott Lewis & Steven Langton, who want to promote, help & support bands they enjoy.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ClueRecordsTwitter: https://twitter.com/ClueRecordsSoundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cluerecords Tumblr: http://clue-records.tumblr.com/ WordPress: http://cluerecords.wordpress.com/ Instagram: @ClueRecords Email: cluerecords [at] gmail.com
 
A Yorkshire Tragedy: Not So New as Lamentable and True (1619) tells the gruesome tale of Walter Calverly who stabbed his wife and killed his two young sons in April 1605. This recording is based on the text of the second quarto, which was attributed to William Shakespeare on its title page. This transcription is based on the 1619 quarto at the Boston Public Library. Students completed the transcription in the fall of 2013 for English 422 (Seminar on Renaissance Drama: Gender and Print) taugh ...
 
A UK true crime podcast with a comedy twist. 30 somethings Lucy and Emma tell each other true crime stories, whilst injecting a little dark humour along the way. Nominated in the true crime category in the British Podcast Awards 2018. Lucy and Emma pride themselves on being well researched and telling you everything there is to know about the crime in question. So listen, enjoy, and remember, listening to S'laughter doesn't make you a psycho, killing people does.
 
The Make It Masterminds Podcast is a podcast dedicated to your personal and professional growth. Each week Julien and James interview Entrepreneurs, Business owners, Musicians, Athletes, Start ups and we find out what common skills and traits these individuals have and what makes them successful! Stay in touch with the lads;LIKE ON FACEBOOK👇🏻https://www.facebook.com/makeitmasterminds Follow on Twitter👇🏻https://www.twitter.com/mim_chat Follow on Instagram👇🏻https://www.instagram.com/makeitmast ...
 
Living Adventurously, with Alastair Humphreys, is the story of ordinary people choosing to live extraordinary lives.Over the course of a month-long cycling journey, Alastair interviewed artists and chefs, students and pensioners, athletes and travellers. He wanted to discover what living adventurously means to different people, what universal obstacles stand in the way, and how each of these people took the first step to overcome them and begin their own fascinating journeys.
 
A look into the life and crimes of the world’s most infamous serial killers. Featuring interviews with family members, forensic experts, law enforcement, and witnesses.From John Wayne Gacy and Jeffrey Dahmer to the “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez and the Butcher of Plainfield, Ed Gein–What Makes a Killer explores how they became killers.
 
Hosted by Ned Boulting with David Millar, as ever, by his side. The two talk about lots of things, although they never stray far from the core issue, bike racing. Expect guests from the racing world and some proper old school reporting from the road side. Sponsored by CHPT3 and The Road Book.
 
Join Adam, Benson and Sam as they deliver you an escape from Modern Media. Each episode features stories from around the world that will make you laugh, think or cringe. The conversation constantly meanders and always seems to take the scenic route between points A and B. Play along with 'Quiz on your Face' and see if you've got what it takes to crack 'Fact Hunt' - As if this wasn't enough, being the good sports that they are, every episode features an 'Artist of the week' (If you would like ...
 
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The Yorkshire Post is one of the oldest titles in the country and styles itself as “Yorkshire’s National Newspaper”. During the 2019 general election, the paper’s scoop about “the boy on the hospital floor” reached a huge audience and influenced the debate. But it also spawned a conspiracy theory. In this extended interview, editor James Mitchinson…
 
Organising the programme for the annual Swaledale Festival is a huge task and Malcolm Creese, Artistic Festival Director, talks to Susan about the history and running of this event. He works with a small team throughout the year and then, during the festival, they are assisted by a willing band of volunteers. About the Festival: The annual Swaledal…
 
It's finally here! Matt Haywood's Testimonial is almost upon us and after weeks hearing what his ex-team-mates had to say about him, Matt tells us why he's brought the players back he has for his big night. In the first of a two-part special, Mr Clan joins us on Clan Chat to look ahead to the return of some old faces to help mark a special moment i…
 
Rounding up Season 3 in ... style, Sam and Taylor opt out of a tour of London's hippest taco spots and instead revel in nostalgia and all things Americana. T.G.I Friday's is a rite of passage for many teenagers, but why do people continue to visit the establishment past-puberty? Is the food amazing? Are the cocktails out of this world? Are the serv…
 
Greenwood and Rupert Cox are joined by Tom May, who next month will be running the London Loop - a pathway that runs 150 miles around London - to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease. May's challenge will finish at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday March 7, when England men host Wales in the penultimate round of the Championship. The trio discuss the…
 
Emma and Lucy do one more episode before an indefinite break due to changes in circumstances. Lucy tells you about the murder of Teresa De Simone, and Emma tells you about Gunther Podola. We love you all and will miss you, but no longer feel we can commit to creating content. This podcast has got us both through difficult times in our lives, and li…
 
Tim Frenneaux is a former martial arts instructor, nine to fiver and audio visual artist, turned ethical entrepreneur, microadventurer, climate activist and punk philosopher. His redemption started when the brief and fragile nature of existence became painfully real as he hit the big 40 in the same month that his Dad died. Unhappy conjunctures like…
 
Episode 51 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features the interviews from the Sheffield Digital Winter Showcase, which took place on Thursday 12th December 2019 at The Workstation. Our own Chris Dymond interviews the people behind five impressive digital projects recently developed here in the city. The purpose of the Showcase events is to get toget…
 
ANNOUNCEMENT from this week we are going fornightly This week we talk James Shelby Downard, Meredith Kercher and more We're live on Thursday nights from 1900 GMT wordpress hemmingfordgrey.home.blog Find us on telegram https://t.me/ForteanWords audio version available on anchor/spotify/breaker/google/overcast/pocket casts/RadioPublic www.anchor.fm/f…
 
In season three’s penultimate episode, Sam and Taylor talk all things Oscars – and more notably ‘Parasite’, as they reminisce over Korean fried chicken and bad Korean lager. Attention then swiftly turns to Oi Vita, a hidden gem of a Neapolitan pizza place that’s been hidden in plain sight for many a year. For information regarding your data privacy…
 
The RFU will cut Championship funding in half to for the 2020-21 campaign. The move plunges the Greene King IPA Championship clubs' futures into doubt, we speak to Bedford chairman Geoff Irvine who has criticised the RFU for the decision and accused them of attempting to ring-fence the Premiership. We also catch up with Newcastle's Toby Flood to ge…
 
Lucy Hinchey was at the Santos Tour Down Under following the race, and was able to grab a chat with newly crowned Australian Criterium Champion, Chloe Hosking, race director Kimberly Conte, Sports Director of Trek-Segafredo Ina Yoko Teutenberg and Australian Road Race Champion, Amanda Spratt. Podcast hosts, Hannah Walker and Laura Winter also chat …
 
Imran Mughal was the first British-Pakistani to cycle round the world. Over a delicious curry cooked by his mum the proud Yorkshireman told me how going out to explore the world was not encouraged within the Pakistani community. But the decline in health of his dad was a wake-up call to Imran that good health is not a given, nor does it last for ev…
 
In this episode Susan and Jackie discuss her skill in crafting a bespoke ceremony written for the individuals taking part, which can be tailored to be completely personal and unique. We learn about the differences between being a registrar and a celebrant and the variety of celebrations that she covers. She is professional and caring, and as an exc…
 
It’s the season finale!! The Rabbits are in the Casa Del Chase studio for the final time in season 3 and are determined to make the most of it. This week, Adam moustache you a question, Sam’s story is of a Scottish reveller who is turning on the charm with inanimate objects and Benson is, once again, positively priapic. ‘Fact Hunt’ is all about Wor…
 
A round-up of recent racing (already dated, because Ned couldn't find any WiFi - though the points are good ones), and then a special focus on Asia and the Tour de Langkawi - we hear from a rising star of sprinting, and chew the cud of the British cycling scene with John Herety, who happens to be in Malaysia.…
 
Bogus social workers, men in black, black eyed children, and clowns, what do they want and why are the knocking at your door? We're live on Thursday nights from 1900 GMT wordpress hemmingfordgrey.home.blog Find us on telegram https://t.me/ForteanWords audio version available on anchor/spotify/breaker/google/overcast/pocket casts/RadioPublic www.anc…
 
Simon sits down with Zwift CEO Eric Min for the now traditional “ask me anything” annual interview, covering a huge range of topics from the health of the company to, yes, the possibility of a velodrome. The conversation provides deep context and background on why some things happen, and why others don’t . . . . plus quite a bit on the pace at whic…
 
Taylor is back from LA and is making Sam jealous with his glorious tales of US fast food culture and Mexican supermarkets. Also, for the second week in a row, the restaurant section is a distinctly one-sided affair as Taylor hits up Tacos 210. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
In Calcutta Cup week Will & Rupert dissect Round 1 of the Six Nations and look ahead to Round 2. We hear how Will managed to pick up a parking ticket in an empty Twickenham West Car Park and his thoughts on the rugby too. Uncle (to Adam) Scott Hastings dials in ahead of Saturday's game at Murrayfield. For the record he denies any involvement in the…
 
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