Join Radio 1’s resident film buff Ali Plumb for movie news, reviews and extra behind-the-screens fun.
Formula 1 interviews, reaction and reports. 5 Live presents a round-up of the race weekend.
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A 5 minute mix from the world's hottest DJs and producers. Lots of tunes in a tiny space, as featured on Annie Mac's show on BBC Radio 1. This download is only available in the UK
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Daily chat, nonsense and extra fun after every Radio 1 Breakfast With Greg James.
Daniel P Carter (BBC Radio 1) talking to artists about music, art, culture and the esoteric... Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/someonewhoisntme.
The Gemma Collins Podcast is a no-holds barred look inside the life of The GC, with plenty of candid chat, laughs and insider gossip direct from the diva herself.
Every Friday we bring you a new drama from BBC Radio 4 or Radio 3. Exercise your imagination with some of the best writers and actors on radio. Storytelling at its very best.
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Download the best satirical comedy from Radio 4, every Friday. Features The News Quiz, The Now Show and Dead Ringers.
Celebrating Radio 1's 50th Birthday, with radio shows made from archive material, and interviews with former Radio 1 DJs.
James Acaster tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever.
Tim Harford and the More or Less team try to make sense of the statistics which surround us. From BBC Radio 4
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The NSFW podcast that explores real-life, embarrassing stories of when sex gets sloppy, goes floppy and a little bit wrong. It's all covered in Unexpected Fluids
Go behind the scenes as your favourite artists break down how they make a hit song their own and prepare a cover for Radio 1’s Live Lounge, presented by Abbie McCarthy.
Luke Franks and Arielle Free dig into dating lives, to draw out the terrible, awkward and just plain embarrassing.
Dramas for English language learners from BBC World Service. Improve your English with retellings of stories classic and new. Each episode is between 6 and 10 minutes long.
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Gemma reveals how The Body Coach Joe Wicks has made her week. She also shares her day out at the farm, reveals her self-care tips, and is excited about being invited to this year’s BRIT Awards. Gemma gives her beans on toast tips to a listener who is struggling to make her big dreams become a reality, and advises another who is addicted to fizzy dr…
Turns out people do throw cups of wee at Coldplay gigs plus Real or No Real in the QuizBy BBC Radio 1
Ahead of The Brits tonight Greg sets Jack Whitehall a challenge, Chris from Suffolk has a weird New Year tradition in his family and more stories of cupboards or even whole rooms that you never knew existed in your house.By BBC Radio 1
This episode is a Live Mix from my new studio using my new custom-built MIDI Controller from YAELTEX and a bunch of synths!Link to the video recording: https://youtu.be/ajsyW-8rTbATrack List1. Intro2. Nandu, Emily Simbi - Interference Inside3. Thimble - Veritas (Animal Picnic Remix)4. Bell Towers - Want You (Need You) (Adam Port Remix)5. Kocleo - S…
Five decades on, Laura Barton looks back at the creation of Our Bodies, Ourselves - a revolutionary text in the history of women's liberation.Written and published by a group of women who met in 1969 at a Women's Liberation Conference, and who later formed the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, it discussed sexual health, sexual orientation, bi…
Scott has some Dadi issues with Eurovision contestant - Dadi Freyr, plus what would you take a pint of to the face for?By BBC Radio 1
A strange text starts a frenzy of alternative animal names. Nathan and Lauren return to compete in What’s My Age Again to decide on who gets to decorate their bedroom and Haim try prawn cocktail crisps for the first time.By BBC Radio 1
Jennie and the team look back at the Spanish Grand Prix. They hear from race winner Lewis Hamilton and second placed Max Verstappen.By BBC Radio 5 live
Michael Appleton and Regan Poole react to the Imps' goalless draw against AFC Wimbledon.By BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Dan Saladino asks if the year 1971 was a turning point for how the world eats? It was a year of contrasts: McDonalds increased the portion sizes of the beef burger it served with the launch of the Quarter Pounder, meanwhile one of the best selling books of 1971 was full of vegetarian recipes, 'Diet for a Small Planet' by Frances Moore Lappe, which …
Lily James needs no real introduction, what with her appearing in the likes of massive hits like Downton Abbey, Cinderella and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, but just in case: it's the Lily James you know from Baby Driver. And The Darkest Hour. And hey, maybe, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. And with her new BBC One period comedy d…
Jennie and team look back at qualifying from Barcelona. We hear from Lewis Hamilton after he took his 100th career F1 pole.By BBC Radio 5 live
Michael Appleton and Liam Bridcutt look ahead to the League 1 match.By BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Mexico City’s official Covid 19 death toll did not seem to reflect the full extent of the crisis that hit the country in the spring of 2020 - this is according to Laurianne Despeghel and Mario Romero. These two ordinary citizens used publicly available data to show that excess deaths during the crisis - that’s the total number of extra deaths compa…
All the club music released in the last 12 months that's never seen the inside of a club!By BBC Radio 1
This week decorating, vaccinating and electioneering are subject to scrutiny by our teams.Written by Andy Zaltzman with additional material from Alice Fraser, Mike Shephard, Tasha Dhanraj and Ray Badran.Producer: Gwyn Rhys DaviesA BBC Studios ProductionBy BBC Radio 4
Jennie and the team look ahead to this weekend’s race in Barcelona. They discuss the battle between Hamilton and Verstappen and ask why the drivers who have changed teams appear to be struggling.By BBC Radio 5 live
A League Of Their Own is the movie pick for 'Ali Plumb's Film Club' this week, chosen by guest Cathy Cullen from the Cinemile podcast. So there's that to look forward to, as well as the usual does of movie and TV news - but this Friday edition we also have some TV recommendations for you now that Line Of Duty has wrapped up, as well as a segment at…
Chris and Jonny from Coldplay are here and even treat us to their rendition of the Unpopular Opinion theme tune. Also, it’s the final of the Quiz and listener Chloe, tries her hand at WrongUns.By BBC Radio 1
Marty South tells no one of her love for Giles Winterbourne in Thomas Hardy's story of ambition, money and missed chances. Dramatised by Ayeesha Menon.Marty South.....Katy SobeyGiles Winterbourne.....Oliver HembroughGrace Melbury.....Holli DempseyEdred Fitzpiers.....Sacha DhawanGeorge Melbury.....Nicholas MurchieLucy Melbury.....Jane SlavinBarber P…
Can Anna renegotiate a deal with Tip Top Trading's customers in France?By BBC Radio
On the 1st May 1987 Martin Green’s dad takes him Morris dancing before dawn on Wandlebury Hill outside Cambridgeshire. Many years later, at sunrise on his twenty-third birthday, he walks home from a rave over this same hill.This uncanny coincidence has got him thinking. To most people, Morris dancing and [raving] rave culture seem so far apart. We …
Scott justifies his free degree, Lorna's got a crush on the internet man and we go Ra RaBy BBC Radio 1
Listener Corrinne’s family have a very strange tradition, but is it just them? Also, our favourite pundit, Derek Thompson is back with another faux pas and Greg has an announcement that’s BIG and about a WEEKEND!By BBC Radio 1
Gemma dresses up for a day in town to cheer herself up and reveals a garlic bread/paparazzi dilemma. She also shares some sad news with her ‘podcast family’ and how her spirits are raised by news from a listener, along with offering top tips to another looking to start their own podcast. Meanwhile, Jordan North turns to Gemma with his celebrity ‘ha…
Listener Reanna reviews the guys audio description for last night's Naked Attraction, plus Ra Ra Rasputin the mad monk features heavily in the pod and there's a celebrity profile in Granny TinderBy BBC Radio 1
Does eating a dry stock cube improve your stamina? Greg puts listener Anna to the test. Also, Emma accidently revealed one of her “hiddens” in Everybody’s Rubbish and Greg missed a massive opportunity involving Chris Martin of Coldplay.By BBC Radio 1
Many electronics manufacturers are making it harder and harder for individuals and independent repairers to fix their broken kit. There are claims that programmed obsolescence is alive and well, with mobile phone batteries designed to wear out after just 400 charges. The manufacturers say it's for safety or security reasons, but it drives the consu…
Michael Appleton and Tayo Edun react to the Imps' defeat at The ValleyBy BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Scott can't handle a listener's injury plus what if the Premier League table was read like The Official Chart, and there are more Naked Attraction recording bloopers from the guysBy BBC Radio 1
Rob, the Coronation Street fart spotter gets a surprise, Tom The Young Farmer has stepped up his game and Bronwen has made us a special jingle.By BBC Radio 1
News of people being killed in knife attacks recurs with tragic regularity, but the reports rarely touch on the impact on the victim’s family and friends. In this programme Sarah O'Connell sets out to understand these ripple effects — some perhaps expected, others likely not — as she explores the case of Russell “Barty” Brown, who was stabbed to de…
Michael Appleton and Anthony Scully look ahead to the visit to CharltonBy BBC Radio Lincolnshire
The chilli revolution of the past decade has made the UK a nation of chilli-jam lovers, and windowsill spice-growers. But our desire for the fiery kick of heat-giving food goes back centuries. What is it about us that makes us crave the pain and pleasure of chilli, wasabi, and horseradish?In this programme Sheila Dillon investigates our love for th…
Jennie, Jack and Jolyon look back at the Portuguese Grand Prix. They hear from Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen and debate the big talking points from the race.By BBC Radio 5 live
Craig talks to creator Jed Mercurio about the “big reveal”, if he sees this as the end of this AC-12 story arc and of course - what’s the deal with the locks?? Then Sarah Millican joins Craig to give their reactions to the final episode of series 6.By BBC Radio
Bayes’ Rule has been used in AI, genetic studies, translating foreign languages and even cracking the Enigma Code in the Second World War. We find out about Thomas Bayes - the 18th century English statistician and clergyman whose work was largely forgotten until the 20th century.By BBC Radio 4
Interviews with Lincoln City vice-chairman Jay Wright and CEO Liam Scully.By BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Michael B Jordan is only just in his 30s but has accomplished so much already, from his work in The Wire close to 20 years ago to his new Tom Clancy Amazon Prime movie, Without Remorse, and everything in-between: Friday Night Lights, Black Panther, The Creeds, Chronicle... the list goes on and on. He was even People magazine's Sexiest Man In The Wo…
Jack and Jolyon look back at qualifying from Portimao. They hear from Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen and debate the big talking points from the day.By BBC Radio 5 live
Michael Appleton and Liam Bridcutt react to the Imps' 3-3 draw against Peterborough.By BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Ever wondered what tracks have inspired Todd Edwards... here goes; the 'Cause & Effect'By BBC Radio 1