Best anglia podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Beach Hut Radio
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Playing the bands that matter from Essex & Beyond
 
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NCBC Sermons Podcast
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Regular podcast of Norwich Central Baptist Church sermons. You can also subscribe through feedburner by going to http://feeds.feedburner.com/ncbcpodcasts/
 
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On the Blackchair
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On the Blackchair is a podcast with Karagan Griffith. Karagan has been the host of Witchtalk for 6 years, a podcast/videocast where diverse authors and occultists were interviewed to talk about their books and work. In 2013, Karagan started On the Blackchair with leaning towards the more traditional paths of Witchcraft. Now in OmnyStudio, Karagan Griffith continues to interview authors and personalities of the occult, all over the world. On the Blackchair is a podcast dedicated to Traditiona ...
 
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Favorite Chapters Collection by Various
 
All of us have our own favorite parts of a book which we love to read and re-read. The nicest part of this is that each time you read, you find something new to savor and remember. For those of us who haven't read some of the classics, a teaser in the form of a single chapter would probably be intriguing enough to want us to take up the book and start reading. Favorite Chapters Collection 001 is one such delicious tasting table! Ten chapters from some of the best known classics in English ar ...
 
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Tales from the Pigshed
Monthly
 
Welcome to the Pigshed, our cosy little hovel far out in the flatlands of East Anglia. Come in and share some tales rooted in the history and myth of this distinctive corner of the British Isles. Mind the pigs.Our stories are inspired by the hidden history of Norwich.
 
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Burst the Bubble - A Contrary Thoughts podcast
 
Join Michael and Chris as they burst the Cambridge Bubble and puncture the importance of news, with humorous discussion about the week’s more unusual stories. Download the podcast or listen live on Cam FM, the Community Radio station for members and alumni of Cambridge University and Anglia Ruskin
 
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Picture Talk
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My name's Dr Nina Lübbren. I'm an art historian and senior lecturer in film studies at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England. On this page, you can find my podcasts on how to write a university essay. You will learn to construct an argument and research your topic. My talks use film and art as examples but are relevant for students in all of the arts and humanities).Enjoy the podcasts! If you do, let me know via feedback: thanks! :-)
 
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Natural Rhythm Podcast Series
Weekly
 
Natural Rhythm is a brand new intimate electronic music and arts festival, set amongst the secluded woodland and lush fields of Harlocks Farm in East Anglia. Set over two days on the 6th & 7th July 2012, Natural Rhythm is aspiring to be a haven of extraordinary encounters and astonishing entertainment, filled with a forward-thinking electronic music policy. In the coming weeks this podcast series will showcase our line up and will feature exclusive mixes from a selection of our headliners, t ...
 
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Shrieking Pit, The by REES, Arthur J.
 
The Shrieking Pit is one of Arthur Rees's earlier works, and is a good old fashioned murder mystery story. Grant Colwyn, a private detective, is holidaying in East Anglia when he notices a young man at a nearby table behaving peculiarly. The young man later leaves the hotel without paying his bill, and turns up in a nearby hamlet in the Norfolk marshes where he takes lodgings at the village inn. The next day, another guest at the inn is found dead, and the young man is missing. Can Colwyn so ...
 
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In today's podcast, we hear that Google is in an "uphill battle" against adware infestation of the PlayStore. GCHQ seems to agree with NSA, which seems to think WannaCry was a North Korean caper. Big data firm leaves voter data exposed on an Amazon S3 account. GCHQ says the Russians didn't disrupt the recent UK elections. Dr. Charles Clancy fro ...…
 
Episode two of Branding Bacteria dives into the forest with Ethan Drury, PhD student from University of East Anglia who is working on the 'Antibiotics Unearthed' project launched by the Microbiology Society. During this episode, Carla and Ethan discuss citizen science and its application in antibiotic discovery, the Antibiotics Unearthed projec ...…
 
via shutterstock.com We’ve got music on our minds in this episode of The Anthill podcast. We talked to psychologists, cultural historians, classical pianists and neuroscientists to find out more about what music does to our brains, and how it moves us. If you’ve ever had a song stuck in your head, playing on a loop, that you just can’t shift, y ...…
 
via shutterstock.com We’ve got music on our minds in this episode of The Anthill podcast. We talked to psychologists, cultural historians, classical pianists and neuroscientists to find out more about what music does to our brains, and how it moves us. If you’ve ever had a song stuck in your head, playing on a loop, that you just can’t shift, y ...…
 
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Mental Asylum Radio Podcast
 
TUNE IN to Mental Asylum Radio every thursday 9PM GMT / 10PM CET on afterhours.fm and facebook.com/indecentnoise01. Allan Morrow - Kablooey [Outburst Twilight]02. Alex Di Stefano - Split [Skullduggery]03. Marco V - Switchim [In Charge]04. Stoneface & Terminal - North Cape [FSOE]05. Ton TB - Electronic Malfunction (Paul Denton Remix) [Outburst] ...…
 
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Thinking Allowed
 
Fashion and Class: Laurie Taylor talks to Daniel Smith, Lecturer in Sociology at Anglia Ruskin University, and author of a study of the 'branded gentry' the target buyers of the Jack Wills clothing brand. How did a fashion company come to be associated with elite educational institutions and what can it tell us about the maintenance and reprodu ...…
 
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Thinking Allowed
 
BBC — Fashion and Class: Laurie Taylor talks to Daniel Smith, Lecturer in Sociology at Anglia Ruskin University, and author of a study of the 'branded gentry' the target buyers of the Jack Wills clothing brand. How did a fashion company come to be associated with elite educational institutions and what can it tell us about the maintenance and r ...…
 
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Thinking Allowed
 
Fashion and Class: Laurie Taylor talks to Daniel Smith, Lecturer in Sociology at Anglia Ruskin University, and author of a study of the 'branded gentry' the target buyers of the Jack Wills clothing brand. How did a fashion company come to be associated with elite educational institutions and what can it tell us about the maintenance and reprodu ...…
 
--{ "In a Propaganda War the Winner Acts With Rigid Repetition, No Blinding with Facts - Part 3" © Alan Watt }--Words - Deceit - Armies of Non-Governmental Agencies - Micro-Managed - Conology of Money - World Government - The Halo Effect - Indoctrination of the Very Young - Trained to be Fanatics - Television Greatest Weapon for Brainwashing - ...…
 
Teresa Meadows, AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Knowledge Exchange Manager for East Anglia, presents this month's podcast featuring the new Nutrient Management Guide (formerly known as RB209), the USDA projections for 2017/2018 and a timely reminder about T3 sprays.
 
Fat Barry listening to BBC Radio 4 Today flagship so you don’t have to. Interesting piece on the solitary bee from a sensible woman at Anglia Ruskin (estate agent?). In Cardiff, the fatty heart of the thriving British fantasy industry, Dr Who, and here’s Justin W. looking for something interesting in a bakery. We come away with two useful tips: ...…
 
Ryanair CCO David O'Brien discusses their annual results, CEO of Nord Anglia Andrew Fitzmaurice on their new schools and IG's David Lynch on markets.
 
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The Perception & Action Podcast - Sports Science & Psychology Talk
 
A discussion with Stephanie Rossit, Lecturer in Psychology from the University of East Anglia in the UK. We discuss perceptual and action related deficits in visual neglect, brain areas associated with online and offline control of action, her recent work with patient DF that challenges some well know previous findings, and her research examini ...…
 
GB2RS NEWS Sunday 14th May 2017 The news headlines: RSGB Strategy now online KH4 and KH7K back on DXCC list Latest 5MHz Newsletter available The RSGB’s new strategy for the next five years was launched at the 2017 AGM, following a detailed consultation with the Board, Regional Council, Committee Chairs, Honorary Officers and HQ staff, as well a ...…
 
Joe Little, Religious and Social Affairs Correspondent discusses Archbishop Eamon Martin's speech at the annual Cardinal Newman Lecture at the University of East Anglia
 
For Steven Knight, the screen writer and director of Peaky Blinders and Taboo, it was easy to nominate his great life. For him there was just one choice, his all- time hero Sitting Bull. As a young boy growing up in Birmingham in the 1970s, Steven was obsessed with stories and tales of Native Indians. At the age of 13, Steven searched for pen-p ...…
 
For Steven Knight, the screen writer and director of Peaky Blinders and Taboo, it was easy to nominate his great life. For him there was just one choice, his all- time hero Sitting Bull. As a young boy growing up in Birmingham in the 1970s, Steven was obsessed with stories and tales of Native Indians. At the age of 13, Steven searched for pen-p ...…
 
From the diverse bird, wildlife and nature viewing opportunities to historic sites that date back to Roman and Medieval Times, and beyond, Glynn Burrows shares the highlights of visiting and exploring the coastal areas of Norfolk and Suffolk in East Anglia, England. Glynn is a historian and owner of Norfolk Tours UK, and a regular Big Blend Rad ...…
 
Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Spirit of America Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays Variety Show! On This Episode: - Change & Reward – Ralph Masengill Jr., author of “Conquer Change and Win: An Easy-to-Read Fun Book on the Serious Subject o ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss The Battle of Lincoln on 20th May 1217, when two armies fought to keep, or to win, the English crown. This was a struggle between the Angevin and Capetian dynasties, one that followed Capetian successes over the Angevins in France. The forces of the new boy-king, Henry III, attacked those of Louis of France, the ...…
 
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In Our Time: History
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss The Battle of Lincoln on 20th May 1217, when two armies fought to keep, or to win, the English crown. This was a struggle between the Angevin and Capetian dynasties, one that followed Capetian successes over the Angevins in France. The forces of the new boy-king, Henry III, attacked those of Louis of France, the ...…
 
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In Our Time: History
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss The Battle of Lincoln on 20th May 1217, when two armies fought to keep, or to win, the English crown. This was a struggle between the Angevin and Capetian dynasties, one that followed Capetian successes over the Angevins in France. The forces of the new boy-king, Henry III, attacked those of Louis of France, the ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss The Battle of Lincoln on 20th May 1217, when two armies fought to keep, or to win, the English crown. This was a struggle between the Angevin and Capetian dynasties, one that followed Capetian successes over the Angevins in France. The forces of the new boy-king, Henry III, attacked those of Louis of France, the ...…
 
On this week’s podcast Keiran returns and is joined by Chris Hanretty from the University of East Anglia. Keiran and Chris celebrate the excellent performance of French pollsters last weekend and discuss the implications of Macron and Le Pen making the second round. Is a Macron victory now inevitable? What happens next and would a British versi ...…
 
In this week's episode Stu takes a look at what makes a good name for a baseball team.You can find out the fixtures for this weekend in British baseball.Plus, there's an interview with Tom Thornhill and Andreas Fopp of the University of East Anglia Blue Sox.
 
shutterstock.com In this episode of The Anthill podcast we delve into the world of memory. We talk to psychologists, historians and political scientists about how and why we remember some things and forget others. First up, our science editor, Miriam Frankel, finds out why people are susceptible to remembering things that didn’t actually happen ...…
 
shutterstock.com In this episode of The Anthill podcast we delve into the world of memory. We talk to psychologists, historians and political scientists about how and why we remember some things and forget others. First up, our science editor, Miriam Frankel, finds out why people are susceptible to remembering things that didn’t actually happen ...…
 
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Next Economy Now: Highlighting the Leaders Who are Using Business as a Force for Good
 
Author of Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist, Kate Raworth is a renegade economist focused on exploring the economic mindset needed to address the 21st century’s social and ecological challenges. She is a senior visiting research associate and advisory board member at Oxford University’s Environmental Change I ...…
 
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RADIO ideaXme The Humans behind the big ideas shaping our world. @ideaxm
 
What's gone wrong with the world and how can we fix it? The Good Country and its supporting tools The Good Country Index and The Global Vote, exist to focus our minds on what's wrong - the global problems facing the human race and to consider the global solutions which could address them. "Global problems need global solutions. Most of the worl ...…
 
Sarah Churchwell is Professor of American Literature and Public Understanding of the Humanities at the University of East Anglia. She is the author of The Many Lives of Marilyn Monroe, writes regularly for the Guardian and the New Statesman, and often appears on television and radio talking about the arts, culture and all things American. In th ...…
 
Welcome to Episode 10 of Slightly Evolved! Our guest is Dr Lewis Spurgin, a BBSRC research fellow at the University of East Anglia. We talk to Lewis about balancing selection and what forces can help maintain genetic diversity even in small, isolated populations. We also talk about the value of museum samples in studying rapid contemporary evol ...…
 
In this podcast:00:00 - Introduction to Denise Riley02:50 - Denise Riley reading begins33.05 - Sasha Dugdale introduces Don Mee Choi42.12 - Don Mee Choi reads translations of Kim Hyesoon54:00 - Don Mee Choi reads translations of Kim Yideum 1:05:48 - Don Mee Choi reads from her book ‘The Morning News is Exciting’This podcast features Denise Rile ...…
 
New Generation Thinker Katherine Cooper looks at literary refugees in the Second World War and tells the untold story of the work done by British writers to save their European colleagues. She shows how HG Wells, Rebecca West and JB Priestley became intertwined with the lives of writers fleeing persecution on the continent. Katherine peeps into ...…
 
New Generation Thinker Katherine Cooper looks at literary refugees in the Second World War and tells the untold story of the work done by British writers to save their European colleagues. She shows how HG Wells, Rebecca West and JB Priestley became intertwined with the lives of writers fleeing persecution on the continent. Katherine peeps into ...…
 
New Generation Thinker Katherine Cooper looks at literary refugees in the Second World War and tells the untold story of the work done by British writers to save their European colleagues. She shows how HG Wells, Rebecca West and JB Priestley became intertwined with the lives of writers fleeing persecution on the continent. Katherine peeps into ...…
 
New Generation Thinker Katherine Cooper looks at literary refugees in the Second World War and tells the untold story of the work done by British writers to save their European colleagues. She shows how HG Wells, Rebecca West and JB Priestley became intertwined with the lives of writers fleeing persecution on the continent. Katherine peeps into ...…
 
458: George Saunders & Kathryn HughesGeorge Saunders is the author of nine books, including Tenth of December, which was a finalist for the National Book Award and won the inaugural Folio Prize (for the best work of fiction in English) and the Story Prize (best short-story collection). He has received MacArthur and Guggen­heim fellowships and t ...…
 
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12 Minute Convos w/ Engel Jones
 
Inés Ruiz is an e-Learning and instructional designer and founder of the Women Entrepreneurial School, the first three-prong online education school to help women learn the individual tech, business and marketing skills they need to start or level up their business with less craziness. Creator of the first-ever Virtual Learning Platform at Angl ...…
 
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Boyd and Brooks Podcast: Conversations in Spirituality
 
On Episode 3 of the podcast, we interview Rev. Janet Watrous. She is an Episcopal priest, in her fortieth year of Ordination. Janet entered into seminary at the height of the Women’s Movement of the 1970’s. She is considered to be “one of the earliest women ordained into the priesthood of our [Episcopal] church”. Janet talks about her experienc ...…
 
Smoke Radio hosted February's London & East Anglia training day at the University of Westminster. Sessions were varied and included: - How to get a feature to air with Matt Richardson and Katie Boden from Virgin Radio UK -Producing with Dave Murphy from Capital- Steffan Powell from BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat". -Presenting with JJ and Aimee Vivian fro ...…
 
We believe that today’s topic is an issue in higher education not only because the ins and outs of it are talked about often by professors and college administrators, but also because it is something that you as parents will undoubtedly be talking about to your kids once they get to college--if you haven’t started already. It is an issue that c ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | All media types
 
Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Fenton, Vivienne Parry, Dr Richard Smith, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Professor Tony Young | In this new series of debates entitled Glass Half Full, being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4, Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a new topical debating format. A lead speaker on each side presents their ...…
 
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Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Fenton, Vivienne Parry, Dr Richard Smith, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Professor Tony Young | In this new series of debates entitled Glass Half Full, being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4, Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a new topical debating format. A lead speaker on each side presents their ...…
 
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Latest 300 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Fenton, Vivienne Parry, Dr Richard Smith, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Professor Tony Young | In this new series of debates entitled Glass Half Full, being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4, Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a new topical debating format. A lead speaker on each side presents their ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Fenton, Vivienne Parry, Dr Richard Smith, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Professor Tony Young | In this new series of debates entitled Glass Half Full, being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4, Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a new topical debating format. A lead speaker on each side presents their ...…
 
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LSE: Public lectures and events
 
Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Fenton, Vivienne Parry, Dr Richard Smith, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Professor Tony Young | In this new series of debates entitled Glass Half Full, being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4, Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a new topical debating format. A lead speaker on each side presents their ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio
 
Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Fenton, Vivienne Parry, Dr Richard Smith, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Professor Tony Young | In this new series of debates entitled Glass Half Full, being recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 4, Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a new topical debating format. A lead speaker on each side presents their ...…
 
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Private Passions
 
Thirty years ago, Vesna Goldsworthy fell in love with a young Englishman she met at a summer school in Bulgaria; she moved to England to be with him, much to the disapproval of her parents, arriving in London in 1986. Since then, she's established a reputation as a writer of great wit and originality: with her memoir, Chernobyl Strawberries; wi ...…
 
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