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We are here to experiment, be completely unprofessional in the most professional way possible and just have an all round good time. Try not to smile and laugh... We dare you! Follow @noelexperience for the chance to vote on our podcast name and the latest updates! We recommend listening when you are doing an activity, for example: Listen at the gym, On the way to work/school, When studying, On a run, Etc.
 
Noel Clarke (Adulthood), Johnny Harris (This is England '86) and Michelle Ryan (4.3.2.1) are joined by Colin Jones and Simon Godley, to discuss comedian Ben Miller's first feature film, HUGE. The film stars Clarke and Harris as a struggling comedy duo trying to make it big in the cut-throat world of stand-up and features cameos from many of the UK's best-loved comedians. Moderated by film editor of the Sunday Express, Henry Fitzherbert, at the Apple Store, Regent Street, in London.
 
The Roll with Me podcast features interviews with people who are living alternative lifestyles. Whether you're interested in vanlife, tiny houses or campers, there's something in here for each of you. Follow along as we ask the tough questions and explore why people live this way.
 
A weekly dive into the business and culture of beer. Hosted by Andy Crouch and John Holl, The Beer Edge podcast provides listeners with unparalleled insights into the beer industry. Our mission is to provide consumers and industry players alike with a fresh and unfiltered look at the world of better, flavorful beer. We seek to capture the essence and passion of brewers, both big and small, foreign and domestic, each of whom has a distinctive and colorful story to go along with the beautiful ...
 
Oasis Podcast is the only podcast/ radio show dedicated to the most influential band of the 1990s, Oasis. We delve into the history of the group as well as discussing many other areas of music and pop culture through in depth interviews with people who experienced the phenomenon that was the rise of Oasis at the time. We discuss the impact on pop culture back then, plus their legacy today. With high production values we edit the shows together with archive material from the time, including r ...
 
Join Chris and the team every Friday for highlights from the best breakfast show on the air, plus exclusive content and uncut interviews. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode. The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio is available in the UK on DAB digital radio, online at www.virginradio.co.uk and on mobile via the Virgin Radio app. Virgin Radio is also available on Sky channel 0215.
 
A few years ago I was a broke, university dropout, living in one of the worst parts of the country, alone, with nothing but a laptop & a dream. Fast forward a few years, I’m the 27 year old CEO of one of the UK’s fastest growing companies. That company is called Social Chain. My world is intense, sometimes crazy, always challenging and always unpredictable. This podcast is simple, every week I’m going to share my personal diary with you and I want to give you an insight into what it’s like b ...
 
Cheri Jacobus breaks down what's happening in national politics. She gives it to you straight - even when it hurts! No spin - just the raw truth! From the halls of Congress to hitting the cable TV news airwaves with political commentary and launching the only news and commentary site for right-of-center so-called “Never Trump” voices, Cheri Jacobus is a known, trusted, reliable political analyst and operative who is not afraid to be direct. She is the founder, President, and Executive Produc ...
 
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This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, sport and literature. Acting and writing superstar Domhnall Gleeson chats co-writing his brand new show 'Frank of Ireland' alongside his brother Brian. TV entertainment king Stephen Mulhern tells all about the third series of 'In For A Penny' on ITV. Professor Noel Fitzpat…
 
As the pineapple craze swept through Europe's upper class, aristocrats worked tirelessly to grow their own pineapples. This was no small feat, since pineapples aren't suited to the European climate. Still, some clever inventors and gardeners figured it out -- and, along the way, non-aristocrats also got into the trend. Since most people couldn't af…
 
In these ‘Moment’ episodes I will be selecting my favourite sections from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. In this episode Journalist and Author Johann Hari, most well known for writing the New York Times bestselling book ‘Lost Connections’, explains why as humans we are becoming less happy and more lonely. As a species, we are becoming mor…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Support at patreon.com/oasispod where you can check out the 3 recently posted ranking videos! Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Today's episode is sponsored by Hopculture Mats - @hopculture_mats for chance to win oasis themed beer mats tweet at me @oasispodcast and @hopculture_ma…
 
Today, pineapples are a common (and delicious) produce item found in grocery stores and markets across the world -- but not too many centuries ago, a single pineapple could cost the equivalent of over $8,000. In the first part of this two-part episode, the guys delve into the bizarre story of Europe's pineapple mania, attempting to discover just wh…
 
This week’s podcast guest, is not like any I’ve had on before... I am proud to introduce to you my friend, and football legend Rio Ferdinand. As a former Football player, he is one of the most decorated English footballers of all time and regarded by many loyal fans – one of England’s greatest players. I grew up as a United Fan, watching him, idoli…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, music, and literature. Kate Winslet lifts the lid on exec-producing and starring as a small town detective in new series ‘Mare of Easttown’. Katty Kay spills the beans on co-writing the highly anticipated follow up to her first book ‘Living the Confidence Code’. Tom Odell …
 
As New Englanders woke on the morning of May 19th, 1780, they realized something was... off. The sunrise looked oddly colored and dim. As the day wore on, the sky grew increasingly dark. Soon, it appeared midnight had come early. Animals and humans alike panicked -- cows ran to their stalls, people flocked to churches and taverns, many certain the …
 
As the French and Indian War escalated, the residents of Windham, Connecticut lived in constant fear of possible attacks, crop-ruining weather, disease and more. One late night in the summer of 1754, a loud, continual noise roused the entire town as people feared they may be under siege. It wasn't until near dawn that the noises died down, and a sm…
 
I am excited to introduce this weeks podcast guest... BAFTA award winning Actor, Director, Producer, Writer and Father Noel Clarke. Noel is the son of immigrants hailing from Trinidad. His mother raised him in a council home in West London. Growing up in a world of poverty and crime, any pessimist would say he would not be the man he is today. From…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, music, and literature. Legendary music producer and superstar DJ Fatboy Slim chats working in a cafe and his upcoming 'We've Come A Long Long Way Tour'. The joint acting brilliance of Jessie Buckley and Josh O'Connor discuss their brilliant new 'Romeo & Juliet' film on Sky…
 
Rising star Olivia Cooke tells us about her multi- nominated new film Sound of Metal, rocking out with Riz Ahmed and how Phantom Thread changed her life; doc makers Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin piece together the life and music of Tina Turner for their triumphant portrait Tina and recommend the doc Collective; I pay a belated visit to The Forty Year O…
 
Thousands of years before the current day, ancient civilizations accurately predicted both lunar and solar eclipses. They often believed these events were spiritual omens. When an eclipse came at an inauspicious time, multiple priestly classes scrambled to find a substitute king. In the interest of preserving society, these substitute kings would r…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Today's episode is sponsored by Mike's Band Maps - follow them @dizignrz_com and for a to win a chance Buy Some Might Say - The Definitive Story of Oasis - https://thisdayinmusicbooks.com/books/some-might-say-the-d…
 
As the small town of Mattoon captured national attention during the reign of the Mad Gasser, the investigation took a turn. Authorities were baffled by the deluge of reports -- and their inability to find any physical evidence other than a soiled rag at a doorstep. As researchers and historians looked back on the events, they became increasingly co…
 
Ant Middleton is an adventurer, military vet, television host and author who is has become a majorly respected authority when it comes to survival and endurance techniques due to his experience within the elite and special forces. He went on to become of only a handful of those able to complete the military’s gruelling “Holy Trinity”, serving with …
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, music, and literature. Acting sensation Orlando Bloom chats Buddhism, wellness and his brand new thriller 'Retaliation'. Survival expert Ray Mears tells us all about his new book 'We Are Nature'. The dashing Henry Lloyd-Hughes shares all about becoming Sherlock in the new …
 
We delve into the worlds of Terry Gilliam, Sherlock Holmes and George Segal. Keith Fulton and Lou Pepe discuss their beautiful 'making of' doc He Dreams of Giants, about Gilliam's final tilt at Don Quixote; starring as Holmes in Netflix's The Irregulars, Henry Lloyd-Hughes talks Tom Thumb and Les Miserables; and my Three to See is dedicated to clas…
 
As wartime fears peaked across the US during World War II, people throughout the nation were overwhelmed with fears of invading Nazis, secret biological weapons and more. For the residents of Mattoon, Illinois, these fears took a brief back seat to a new neighborhood menace -- a Mad Gasser who would sneak beside people's windows and pipe in a paral…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Email oasispod@gmail.com Today Richard Bowes @rbmusicwriter helps me to delve into the recent oasis news plus review the new Creation Stories movie. Richard obviously wrote the Oasis book Some Might Say which you c…
 
For thousands of years people across the planet lived in fear of leprosy (now known as ‘Hansen's Disease). In many cases, people infected with the disease, or even just suspected of having it, were carted off to isolated colonies where they would be doomed to live the rest of their lives without any access to the outside world. These colonies becam…
 
In this week’s podcast I am sharing some of my own sexual experiences which I have never shared before - Things which have gone well and what has caused some relationships, I’ve cared deeply about to end. I am being open and honest. I feel vulnerable about sharing some of these experiences… so keep this to yourself. My guest this week is Kate Moyle…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, music, fitness and literature. Greenock's finest Martin Compston chats the eagerly awaited new series of 'Line of Duty'. TV mastermind Alex Horne gets us excited for season 11 of 'Taskmaster'. The one and only Davina McCall tells us about what to expect from 'Comic Relief 2021: …
 
Back in the 1930s, the residents of Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota felt the federal government— and the state legislatures— ignored them. They felt unheard, unheeded and, most importantly, moved to find solutions of their own. In this episode, Ben and Noel return to the story of Absaroka to ask: Was this meant to be the 49th state, or was it a p…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Buy Some Might Say - The Definitive Story of Oasis - https://thisdayinmusicbooks.com/books/some-might-say-the-definitive-history-of-oasis/ Email oasispod@gmail.com Today we examine the past, present and future of g…
 
George Parrott was a career outlaw -- a known thief, murderer and would-be train robber. When justice finally caught up with him and his game, he was destined for the hangman's noose. Yet George's demise was only the beginning of a bizarre posthumous tale. Tune in to learn why it's technically possible, even today, to walk in Big Nose George's shoe…
 
My guest this week is Christian Angermayer. Christian is a friend and definitely the most interesting person I know. He has founded and invested in businesses in some of the most fascinating and mind-blowing areas from space tech to fintech to biotech, crypto - you name it he’s in there. He has become one of the largest investors in the psychedelic…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, music and literature. The musical genius of Tom Grennan celebrates the release of his new album 'Evering Road'. Acting sensation John Simm discusses ITV's terrifying new drama 'Grace'. Organisation queen Stacey Solomon reveals the best ways to keep organised with her new book 'T…
 
Kidulthood creator and Bullet Proof star Noel Clarke joins me to sift the diverse BAFTA noms and celebrate his inspirations from Pulp Fiction to Octavia Spencer. Reviews include Judas and The Black Messiah and there’s a peak at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in LA. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
In the second part of this two-part episode, Ben, Noel and special guest Gabe Luzier drill down into the nuts and bolts of flea circuses -- how did they actually work? Is it true that some flea circuses did not, in fact, have fleas? Is there any way to see a real flea circus in the modern day? Tune in to learn more about one of history's strangest …
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Buy Some Might Say - The Definitive Story of Oasis - https://thisdayinmusicbooks.com/books/some-might-say-the-definitive-history-of-oasis/ Email oasispod@gmail.com Today we celebrate the 150th episode of the Oasis …
 
Fleas -- they're one of the only animals Ben actually doesn't like! Yet, once upon a time, these bloodsucking nuisances were star performers in novelty acts across Europe and, later, North America. But what were they, exactly? Can you really train fleas to do tricks and play instruments? Who even came up with this weird idea? In this episode, the g…
 
Jack Maynard is a British YouTuber who is best known for his parodies, vlogs and collaborations with other famous YouTubers including Joe Sugg, Oli White and Caspar Lee. Jack’s Youtube channel took off extremely quickly, amassing a following of 1.5m subscribers on his main channel since 2015. He is also the younger brother of Conor Maynard, a singe…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, cookery and literature. Superstar Sienna Miller chats about her heartbreakingly truthful new film 'Wander Darkly'. Adventurer Ben Fogle tells us about his latest documentary 'Inside Chernobyl. Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson gets creative with his new CBBC show 'Art Ja…
 
Fresh from her triumph at the Golden Globes, the producer of Pixar masterpiece Soul, Dana Murray, is my guest, telling how she reached the top rungs of the animation powerhouse and the films that inspired her. Plus, I recommend Mexico's I'm No Longer Here and tender punk memoir Poly Styrene: I Am Cliche. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy…
 
The politically-connected, cartoonishly belligerent Billy Cottrell was a terrible Mayor, hated and feared by the locals of Cedar Key, Florida -- and no one was sure what to do. At least, that is, until the Federal government got word of the situation. Tune in to learn how the US President eventually pled with Congress to allow for military interven…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast! Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Buy Some Might Say - The Definitive Story of Oasis - https://thisdayinmusicbooks.com/books/some-might-say-the-definitive-history-of-oasis/ Email oasispod@gmail.com Today is a sneak peek into my monthly Oasis Podcas…
 
In 1859, a dispute between neighbors in the San Juan Islands of the Pacific Northwest led to the untimely death of a local (and very unlucky) pig. What could have been an easily resolved situation quickly ignited simmering tensions between the US and the UK, both of whom claimed the islands as their own territory. In the days and weeks after, soldi…
 
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