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Bookshelfie: Women’s Prize Podcast

Women’s Prize Podcast/ Bird Lime Media

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Every week, join Vick Hope, multi-award winning TV and BBC Radio 1 presenter, author and journalist, and her inspirational guests as they celebrate the best books written by women. They'll discuss this year's shortlisted titles, explore the life-changing books that sit on other women’s bookshelves and talk about what the future holds for women writing today. The Women’s Prize is one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, and has been running for over 25 years. Sit back and enjoy.
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Canadian dj that has been mixing it up for almost a decade, playing night clubs all over Southwestern Ontario. You can find Beatzilla edits on some of the top record pools such as ClubKillers, Headliner Music Club, DJ City and more. He also has success with having edits featured on major air waves such as SirusXM (Diplo’s Revolution, Pitbull’s Globalization) and also on BBC Radio 1 (Diplo & Friends). Support: - @sotuffsocute69 - @benzi - @camgirl - @wearefaed - @kastramusic
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It's CBeebies for your ears! CBeebies Radio takes you to a world of sound and music where you can share imaginative adventures and listen to stories and songs with your favourite CBeebies friends and characters. CBeebies Radio is BBC Radio for pre-school children and can help to develop their listening skills and imaginations. It is only available in the UK. A podcast consisting of an array of classic and iconic CBeebies characters and shows will be available every Monday from 6am.
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Celebrating Radio 1's 50th Birthday, with radio shows made from archive material, and interviews with former Radio 1 DJs. Radio 1 Vintage was a 3-day radio station that aired on 30th September 2017.
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Since it began in October 1993 The Essential Mix has played host to the world's biggest names and hottest up and coming DJs. This unofficial archive is designed to be a celebration of the world's greatest mix show and a perfect illustration of the evolution of dance music over the last 3 decades. This is a fan page which has no connection with the BBC or The Essential Mix
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When I Was 25

BBC Radio Ulster

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Vinny Hurrell takes his guests back to their mid-twenties. Given the passage of time – what would they do differently now? What advice would they give their younger selves?
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Eras

BBC Radio 2

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The stories of the biggest artists in the world. We delve deep into the BBC archive and speak to the people who were there, as we look back on their most iconic eras.
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This is the NSFW podcast that explores real-life, embarrassing stories of when sex gets sloppy, goes floppy and a little bit wrong. From unhappy endings to doing-it don'ts, it's all covered in Unexpected Fluids A podcast from BBC Radio 1
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Joivan Wade and Percelle Ascott are here to help you live your dreams. Full of fresh wisdom for making your own future, they chat with entrepreneurs and influencers who have made their own path. This podcast is created in association with Radio 1’s Academy. Discover more at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/academy
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Based on an episode from the new, second series of BBC Three's Life and Death Row, Greg James looks at the story of Daniel Lopez, convicted of killing a policeman during a high speed chase in Texas in 2009.
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Kench

BBC Radio 1

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A comedy podcast from Radio 1, showcasing the brightest and best new comedy talent. There will be box sets ranging from 4-6 episodes, with a new episode available every Monday.
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ION Mixtapes

Invaders Of Nine

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Invaders Of Nine have come a long way with their music getting support from BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra and Radio Wales. They now bring you a brand new series of mixes featuring exclusive music from them and other bass artists.
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Scottish Broadcaster and DJ. BBC Radio 1 Early Breakfast 4-7am Mon-Thurs. Radio 1 Dance Daytime host. MGMT: becci@frameartists.co.uk Live Booker UK & Europe - jack.clark@unitedtalent.com | ishsha@echolocationtalent.com Live bookings NA & SA - mrodriguez@teamwass.com | lroblesi@teamwass.com For Latest gigs please see Facebook page. Music Submissions: music@freeyourmindclub.com
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This is Alice’s story told over 10 episodes. Imagine hearing voices in your head. Alice does. She’s a 27-year-old mum who’s had different characters in her mind since she was about 15. They all have names and personalities and they can be hard to ignore. Alice wants to tell you about them so you can understand what it's like to live with schizophrenia. If you need help with anything in this podcast you can search for the BBC Action Line or the BBC Advice pages for details on where to get sup ...
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Everyone has their own story…in this podcast they Tell It. From personal journeys of discovery to sharing obsessions & passions, we hear from young people across the UK who want to tell you their amazing stories and perhaps even change your view of the world in the process.
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Go behind the scenes as your favourite artists and bands break down how they make a hit song their own and prepare a cover for Radio 1’s Live Lounge. Presenter Abbie McCarthy visits acts to discuss their creative process as they experiment with modern classics ahead of their performance in the world’s most famous live music showcase. Episodes will be published when available after Live Lounge broadcasts.
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by Kamal Kaan and Mary CooperEpisode 1 - Naila's Story Naila is a bright teenager in Bradford. Her parents want her to go to university to study medicine, and they don't want any distractions. But Naila loves cricket, and gets involved in the nascent school female cricket team. Three of the girls become firm friends and call themselves 'Bat Girls'.…
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It's 25 years since London suffered three vicious nail bomb attacks - holdalls filled with 4-inch nails and hand-made explosives planted in Brixton market, Brick Lane and in the bar of the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho, intended to cause damage to those in the immediate vicinity and to the notion of a tolerant, diverse capital city. The attacks are re…
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David Aaronovitch and guests explore the thinking behind Iran's decision to attack Israel and ask what the short and long term aims of the Iranian regime are. Guests: Shashank Joshi, Defence editor at The EconomistAli Vaez, Iran Project Director at International Crisis GroupDr Roxane Farmanfarmaian, lecturer specialising in the politics of Iran and…
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In the fifth episode, as the WWE takes over the American market, Bruiser turns to the even more high octane and raw world of wrestling in Puerto Rico - where he once again encounters Invader One, a local hero who he’s feuded with before. Bruiser Brody was a wrestling star in the 1970s and 1980s; a classic villain of the ring, and a foil for wrestli…
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How many medicines can you think of created for just one person? The likelihood is none - which is why the world hasn’t heard of milasen yet. But its creation, and the efforts behind it, could build a pathway towards some of the greatest advances in genomic medicine, and a new initiative being trialled in Britain has a huge role to play in making t…
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Best-selling food writer, stylist, and author, Anna Jones explains how Nigella Lawson’s How to Be a Domestic Goddess gave her the confidence to just be herself in the kitchen. Anna is the voice of modern vegetarian cooking and the author of the bestselling One: Pot, Pan, Planet, A Modern Way to Eat, A Modern Way to Cook and The Modern Cook’s Year. …
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It's CBeebies for your ears! Listen to all of April's best bits of CBeebies Radio in one go! Feel the love for the earth with Hey Duggee's Mrs Weaver and Supertato and co-host are joined by Broccoli who will host a quiz even though she only has the quiz answers and not the questions - this spurs on a Supermarket mission in the Tatto Radio Show! The…
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Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks reaches perihelion, its closest approach to the Sun this week, and should be at its brightest. Find out how you can see them for yourself as well as our usual stargazing highlights in this week’s podcast guide, Star Diary, 15 to 21 April 2024. Transcript: www.skyatnightmagazine.com/podcasts/star-diary-15-apr-2024 Comet Pons-Br…
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Fallout has landed - all eight episodes of it - and with it comes some interviews with BBC Radio 1's answer to "The Ghoul", Ali Plumb, as Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, Kyle MacLachlan, Walton Goggins and more sit down to try and make sense of the post-apocalypse. Plus, a quick round-up of the biggest blockbuster news stories of the past couple of week…
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Alice meets all sorts of creatures as she swims around in a pool of her tears. For more great language tips and programmes visit bbclearningenglish.com LIKE PODCASTS?Try some of our other popular podcasts including: ✔️ 6 Minute English✔️ News Review✔️ The English We Speak They're all available by searching in your podcast app.…
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The master mason is dead; long live the master mason. Lizzy Mansfield's comedy takes us back to the golden age of cathedral building and the moment humble stonemason Bill Mason gets the call. When the Bishop asks, you don't say no. But is he the one really calling the shots? Bill ..... Edward HoggPenelope ..... Laura ElphinstoneEliza ..... Kathryn …
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Take a trip around the supermarket and you'll see shelves of products claiming to be 'high in protein'. Scroll through your social media and you'll find beautiful, sculpted people offering recipes and ideas for packing more protein into your diet. Science presenters Dr Julia Ravey and Dr Ella Hubber have noticed this too. They wanted to unpick the …
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Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly vowed to “eliminate” Hamas but after six months of death and destruction in Gaza what do we know about their status? David Aaronovitch talks to: Jennifer Jefferis, Teaching Professor at Georgetown University's Security Studies program and author of Hamas: Terrorism, Governance, and its Future in Middle …
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The encrypted messaging app Telegram is haunted by a single question - if it really is as secure as it claims to be, why does Vladimir Putin allow it to be used in Russia? And should Russian dissidents, independent journalists and Ukrainian soldiers use this Wild West of an app, where you can find everything from porn to drugs to faked propaganda v…
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When investigative journalist Aric Toler saw a handful of supposedly fake classified documents online, he had a hunch - what if they were real? The only way to find out was to hunt for the original source. It was a journey that took him through the deep internet, beyond the reach of search engines. He scoured through chat forums about SpongeBob Squ…
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After years of bad dates and toxic relationships, Chris finally found love - with a chatbot called Emma. Is this the future of digital love, or is Chris caught in an illusion? In this episode focusing on how instant messages have changed our love lives, Helen also uncovers the heart warming story of the first couple to marry after reconnecting on F…
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Warning: This episode contains strong language. In the fourth episode, the increasingly confident Bruiser Brody starts clashing with managers and promoters, earning a wild card reputation that puts him in danger. Bruiser Brody was a wrestling star in the 1970s and 1980s; a classic villain of the ring, and a foil for wrestling heroes like Bruno Samm…
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Victoria Uwonkunda makes an emotional journey back to Rwanda, where she grew up. It’s the first time she’s visited since the age of 12, when she fled the 1994 genocide with her family. Victoria retraces her journey to safety out of the capital Kigali, to the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. Along the way Victoria speaks to survivors of…
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Historian, author and broadcaster Suzannah Lipscomb shines the spotlight on women throughout history who are too often missed from books. A distinguished historian, Suzannah is Professor Emerita at the University of Roehampton, Senior Member at St Cross College, Oxford, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Society of Antiquaries. Sh…
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It's CBeebies for your ears! Listen to all the newest songs and shows from CBeebies Radio in one go! Can the three little pigs make houses strong enough to keep the hungry wolf out in Musical Storyland? It's time for Lime in Colourblocks and will Hugh get the hedgehog picnic back on track with his litter-picking song in Nick Cope's Popcast? There a…
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A total solar eclipse will pass right across the US, Mexico and part of Canada on 8 April. Over 40 million people are expected to see the majestic sight of totality, with millions more able to see a significant partial. Find out how you can see the eclipse for yourself, as well as our usual weekly stargazing highlights in this week’s podcast guide,…
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