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Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone
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Stuart's Freak Zone podcast is now available to download on the BBC Radio iPlayer app - http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts. Please note this podcast is only available in the UK.
 
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Ebury Goes Live Podcast
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In this exclusive podcast series, hear from the cream of Ebury Publishing's comedy writers, including Tony Hawks, Rhona Cameron, Mark Thomas and many more...
 
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Ebury Goes Live Video Podcast
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In this exclusive podcast series, hear from the cream of Ebury Publishing's comedy writers, including Tony Hawks, Rhona Cameron, Mark Thomas and many more...
 
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Ebury Goes Live Enhanced Podcast
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In this exclusive podcast series, hear from the cream of Ebury Publishing's comedy writers, including Tony Hawks, Rhona Cameron, Mark Thomas and many more...
 
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The Great Ebury Wit Podcast
Weekly
 
A series of 9 podcasts featuring a selection of Ebury Press' celebrated authors including Dave Gorman, Tony Hawks, Emma Kennedy, Stuart Maconie, Jason Manford, Caitlin Moran, Michael Simpkins, Mark Thomas and Danny Wallace.
 
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Our own Ellie Cawthorne talks about her new BBC Radio 4 series that focuses on 900 years of higher education. Meanwhile, author and broadcaster Stuart Maconie discusses his documentary about the decline of working class representation in the arts and media
 
Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir are joined by DJ and writer Stuart Maconie.Stuart's new paperback 'The Pie at Night', is an exploration of "what the North does for fun" and a defence of northerners who make the effort to get dressed up for a glam night out. Stuart reveals the little-known corners of northern towns and countryside where old or quir ...…
 
Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir are joined by DJ and writer Stuart Maconie.Stuart's new paperback 'The Pie at Night', is an exploration of "what the North does for fun" and a defence of northerners who make the effort to get dressed up for a glam night out. Stuart reveals the little-known corners of northern towns and countryside where old or quir ...…
 
Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir are joined by DJ and writer Stuart Maconie.Stuart's new paperback 'The Pie at Night', is an exploration of "what the North does for fun" and a defence of northerners who make the effort to get dressed up for a glam night out. Stuart reveals the little-known corners of northern towns and countryside where old or quir ...…
 
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Alan Davies As Yet Untitled
 
Bored of the usual chat show banality? Then join Alan and guests Phill Jupitus, Carl Donnelly, Pippa Evans and Stuart Maconie.
 
Matthew Sweet is joined by chess grandmaster, Garry Kasparov, and former British ambassador to Russia, Tony Brenton, to discuss Putin and Putinism. BBC 6 Music's Stuart Maconie author of The Pie at Night - a book which explores northern leisure pursuits - reviews an exhibition about Salford Lads Club. Feminist and co-founder of the group Justic ...…
 
Matthew Sweet is joined by chess grandmaster, Garry Kasparov, and former British ambassador to Russia, Tony Brenton, to discuss Putin and Putinism. BBC 6 Music's Stuart Maconie author of The Pie at Night - a book which explores northern leisure pursuits - reviews an exhibition about Salford Lads Club. Feminist and co-founder of the group Justic ...…
 
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My Essential Classics
 
Writer and broadcaster Stuart Maconie shares recent musical discoveries with Sarah and chooses an eclectic selection of his favourite classical music.
 
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My Essential Classics
 
Writer and broadcaster Stuart Maconie shares recent musical discoveries with Sarah and chooses an eclectic selection of his favourite classical music.
 
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My Essential Classics
 
Writer and broadcaster Stuart Maconie shares recent musical discoveries with Sarah and chooses an eclectic selection of his favourite classical music.
 
This week, George Eaton and Stephen Bush find it's been another bad week for Labour, Caroline Crampton and Jonn Elledge talk girls and Ghostbusters, and Stephanie Boland chats to Stuart Maconie about the problem of posh pop.
 
A special northern-themed episode of the podcast. George Eaton and Rafael Behr ask - who speaks for the north? Stuart Maconie explains how (not) to write about the north, Philip Maughan reads a new poem by Simon Armitage and Ian Steadman explains what the hell is actually happening with the onlinecryptocurrency Bitcoin.…
 
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Feedback
 
Do BBC reporters know their Higgs boson from their Bunsen burner? Many of you think BBC science reporting is woefully inaccurate. Roger Bolton talks to David Shukman, a year into his role as the BBC Science Editor, to find out what steps the BBC is taking to equip reporters with scientific knowhow.Last week the Crown Prosecution Service publish ...…
 
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Feedback
 
Do BBC reporters know their Higgs boson from their Bunsen burner? Many of you think BBC science reporting is woefully inaccurate. Roger Bolton talks to David Shukman, a year into his role as the BBC Science Editor, to find out what steps the BBC is taking to equip reporters with scientific knowhow.Last week the Crown Prosecution Service publish ...…
 
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Feedback
 
Do BBC reporters know their Higgs boson from their Bunsen burner? Many of you think BBC science reporting is woefully inaccurate. Roger Bolton talks to David Shukman, a year into his role as the BBC Science Editor, to find out what steps the BBC is taking to equip reporters with scientific knowhow.Last week the Crown Prosecution Service publish ...…
 
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Feedback
 
Do BBC reporters know their Higgs boson from their Bunsen burner? Many of you think BBC science reporting is woefully inaccurate. Roger Bolton talks to David Shukman, a year into his role as the BBC Science Editor, to find out what steps the BBC is taking to equip reporters with scientific knowhow.Last week the Crown Prosecution Service publish ...…
 
Matthew Parris talks to writer, broadcaster and 6Music presenter Stuart Maconie about the life of Ralph Vaughan Williams. The expert witness is Em Marshall-Luck, chairman of the Ralph Vaughan Williams Society and founder-director of the English Music Festival.Producer Christine Hall.
 
Matthew Parris talks to writer, broadcaster and 6Music presenter Stuart Maconie about the life of Ralph Vaughan Williams. The expert witness is Em Marshall-Luck, chairman of the Ralph Vaughan Williams Society and founder-director of the English Music Festival.Producer Christine Hall.
 
Matthew Parris talks to writer, broadcaster and 6Music presenter Stuart Maconie about the life of Ralph Vaughan Williams. The expert witness is Em Marshall-Luck, chairman of the Ralph Vaughan Williams Society and founder-director of the English Music Festival.Producer Christine Hall.By BBC Radio 4.
 
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The Media Coach Radio Show
 
Hints and tips for media appearances, speaking and social media. This week; A royal baby; A very old dinosaur; Stuart Maconie and Mark Radcliffe; Not a plane crash; That’s Amore; A crisis will occur; Likes are nice, comments are better; An interview with Kell Ryan; Music from Ainsley Diaz Stevens
 
In the summer of 1987 Britain's best loved indie band abruptly came to end when guitarist Johnny Marr sensationally quit. The Morrissey/Marr partnership that had produced such a wealth of finely crafted pop tunes was over, just weeks after the group finished recording their fourth album, "Strangeways, Here We Come." Since then, all four band me ...…
 
In the summer of 1987 Britain's best loved indie band abruptly came to end when guitarist Johnny Marr sensationally quit. The Morrissey/Marr partnership that had produced such a wealth of finely crafted pop tunes was over, just weeks after the group finished recording their fourth album, "Strangeways, Here We Come." Since then, all four band me ...…
 
In the summer of 1987 Britain's best loved indie band abruptly came to end when guitarist Johnny Marr sensationally quit. The Morrissey/Marr partnership that had produced such a wealth of finely crafted pop tunes was over, just weeks after the group finished recording their fourth album, "Strangeways, Here We Come." Since then, all four band me ...…
 
A new series in which each week Stuart Maconie examines the final album by a major artist. This week, Synchronicity by The Police. Released in 1983, it was the band's fifth album and it hit the number one spot on both sides of the Atlantic. In America, it knocked the commercial juggernaut of Michael Jackson's Thriller from the top of the charts ...…
 
A new series in which each week Stuart Maconie examines the final album by a major artist. This week, Synchronicity by The Police. Released in 1983, it was the band's fifth album and it hit the number one spot on both sides of the Atlantic. In America, it knocked the commercial juggernaut of Michael Jackson's Thriller from the top of the charts ...…
 
A new series in which each week Stuart Maconie examines the final album by a major artist. This week, Synchronicity by The Police. Released in 1983, it was the band's fifth album and it hit the number one spot on both sides of the Atlantic. In America, it knocked the commercial juggernaut of Michael Jackson's Thriller from the top of the charts ...…
 
Andrew White reports from outside the Moorland Centre at Edale with the speeches which launched the 80th anniversary of the mass trespass on Kinder Scout - with Mike Harding, Dame Fiona Reynolds, Kate Ashbrook, Benedict Southworth and Stuart Maconie.
 
Andrew White reports from outside the Moorland Centre at Edale with the speeches which launched the 80th anniversary of the mass trespass on Kinder Scout - with Mike Harding, Dame Fiona Reynolds, Kate Ashbrook, Benedict Southworth and Stuart Maconie.
 
Another chance to hear Pete Townshend giving the first John Peel Lecture at this year's Radio Academy Radio Festival in Salford's Lowry Theatre. Pete examines the current state of music media and asks the question: Can John Peelism survive the Internet? In an age of free downloads and a disposable attitude to music, can creative people earn a l ...…
 
Another chance to hear Pete Townshend giving the first John Peel Lecture at this year's Radio Academy Radio Festival in Salford's Lowry Theatre. Pete examines the current state of music media and asks the question: Can John Peelism survive the Internet? In an age of free downloads and a disposable attitude to music, can creative people earn a l ...…
 
Another chance to hear Pete Townshend giving the first John Peel Lecture at this year's Radio Academy Radio Festival in Salford's Lowry Theatre. Pete examines the current state of music media and asks the question: Can John Peelism survive the Internet? In an age of free downloads and a disposable attitude to music, can creative people earn a l ...…
 
Our final Latitude recording: Andrew Harrison is joined by Stuart Maconie and Louise Wener to look back at Britpop: why it happened, what is was like, and where it all went wrong.
 
In the last programme of the series, Stuart Maconie walks the Lickey Hills overlooking Birmingham with a group of first time walkers, from the inner city.By BBC Radio 4.
 
In the last programme of the series, Stuart Maconie walks the Lickey Hills overlooking Birmingham with a group of first time walkers, from the inner city.
 
In the last programme of the series, Stuart Maconie walks the Lickey Hills overlooking Birmingham with a group of first time walkers, from the inner city.
 
Stuart Maconie takes in the Manchester skyline with poet Simon Armitage on his home turf.
 
Stuart Maconie takes in the Manchester skyline with poet Simon Armitage on his home turf.By BBC Radio 4.
 
Stuart Maconie takes in the Manchester skyline with poet Simon Armitage on his home turf.
 
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Ramblings
 
Continuing his series of short walks for winter days that take in city skylines, Stuart Maconie walks the Garth outside of Cardiff with a group who call themselves Welsh Women Walking. As they admire spectacular views of the city and over the Bristol Channel to Somerset and Devon, Stuart hears from one woman who says these walks with her friend ...…
 
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Ramblings
 
Continuing his series of short walks for winter days that take in city skylines, Stuart Maconie walks the Garth outside of Cardiff with a group who call themselves Welsh Women Walking. As they admire spectacular views of the city and over the Bristol Channel to Somerset and Devon, Stuart hears from one woman who says these walks with her friend ...…
 
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Ramblings
 
Continuing his series of short walks for winter days that take in city skylines, Stuart Maconie walks the Garth outside of Cardiff with a group who call themselves Welsh Women Walking. As they admire spectacular views of the city and over the Bristol Channel to Somerset and Devon, Stuart hears from one woman who says these walks with her friend ...…
 
Broadcaster, journalist and keen walker Stuart Maconie continues this series of Ramblings, finding walks that are perfect for short winter days and which offer skyline views of British cities. Today, he's setting out from the village of Slyne in Lancashire and heading to look over the historical city of Lancaster.Producer: Helen Chetwynd.…
 
Broadcaster, journalist and keen walker Stuart Maconie continues this series of Ramblings, finding walks that are perfect for short winter days and which offer skyline views of British cities. Today, he's setting out from the village of Slyne in Lancashire and heading to look over the historical city of Lancaster.Producer: Helen Chetwynd.…
 
Broadcaster, journalist and keen walker Stuart Maconie continues this series of Ramblings, finding walks that are perfect for short winter days and which offer skyline views of British cities. Today, he's setting out from the village of Slyne in Lancashire and heading to look over the historical city of Lancaster.Producer: Helen Chetwynd.…
 
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