Konst – Storbritannien – Nya podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • A podcast with an exploration into the nuances of the hospitality industry within Nigeria and the broader Diaspora.

    "Setting the standard” is the overarching theme, within this framework, we aim to dissect and shed light on the attributes that distinguish exemplary hospitality. From the intricacies of service delivery to the cultural underpinnings that shape the industry.

    Join us for engaging conversations that offer a window into the operational mechanics of hospitality and a thorough exploration of its societal and cultural significance.

  • Art critic Tabish Khan and artist and broadcaster Anna Gammans will discuss a different arty topic each episode in order to make the art world more accessible.

    Contact the podcast: [email protected]

    About Tabish:

    Tabish Khan is an art critic specialising in London's art scene and he believes passionately in making art accessible to everyone. He writes for multiple publications including Londonist, FAD and Culture Whisper. He is a trustee of City & Guilds London Art School, Discerning Eye and ArtCan. He is also a critical friend of UP projects.

    Follow Tabish on Instagram: @londonartcritic

    Work with Tab: [email protected]

    About Anna:

    Anna Gammans is an art expert, practicing artist and broadcaster based in London. She is signed by the worlds’ largest contemporary art gallery group DeMontfort Fine Art and has sold over 2,000 paintings in over 100 galleries globally. Anna has a first class master’s degree in broadcast journalism and experience presenting, writing, and producing programmes and podcasts for organisations including the BBC, Sotheby’s, Tate Modern, and Resonance FM.

    Follow Anna on Instagram: @annagammansart

    Work with Anna: [email protected]

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  • Welcome to Paperback Perfumes! The host Clare Presser is a Librarian with a fascination for fragrances and their capacity to evokes memories and experiences through the activation of the olfactory system. In this podcast she chats with guests about their connections with scents and stories through the pairing of perfumes and literary texts. Think of it as reader’s advisory for fragrance lovers, or fragrance recommendation for bibilophiles - whichever experience is your first priority. It’s fun exercise that allows a lovely discussion around people’s personal interpretation of experience, scent, and story

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  • Formerly lead singer with rock band The Temperance Movement, Phil Campbell shares his experience in the band, what happened and where he's at now

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  • Wait, it’s a musical about what!?

    The Lifeline Project explores the science and the process behind the musical, ’Lifeline’, a show about antibiotics, Alexander Fleming and the biggest current health crisis you might never have heard of - AMR.

    In this podcast we delve into the science behind the stories in the show, exploring the global health through the eyes of scientists, doctors, writers and theatre folk. With antimicrobial resistance (AMR) threatening to kill 10 million people a year by 2050 the time to act is now, and what better way to find out about crisis than through a musical and its accompanying podcast!

    So, what is AMR? How do we prevent it? And how on earth can a musical about antibiotics make any difference?

    The Lifeline Project is produced and hosted by Graham Richardson with original music and editing support from Robin Hiley. The musical itself will be coming to New York for an off-Broadway run in autumn 2024, so watch this space for more details!


  • Hosted by Hannah Munby, this podcast will bring together a series of interviews with artists and makers, art collectors and industry experts to delve into what it really means to be an art collector today, how you can start collecting art and they'll be sharing their top tips on art collecting.

    This podcast has been brought to you by the Young Collectors, a community of new and early stage collectors which has been launched in association with Fen Ditton Gallery, Cambridge.

    For more information about the Young Collectors, visit www.youngcollectors.art.

  • The Working Frocks podcast brings you everything from the workingfrocks.com website in audio format: what to wear, how to plan your clothes, how to change your style, how to create your unique style, how to create your own capsule wardrobe and much more.
    Join host Sarah Banks as she shares weekly tips and strategies to help you create your own zone of peace, the sweet spot where the inner you, who you know you are on the inside, meets the outer you, how you want to show up in your own life.
    Don't miss this opportunity to stop settling for dull and become the heroine of your own life.

  • Join Mickey-Jo from MickeyJoTheatre as he reviews the latest show from the West End, Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-West End, Edinburgh Fringe and across the globe.

    Theatre critic and content creator Mickey-Jo's other content can be found at his YouTube channel MickeyJoTheatre

  • a podcast about old horror films and a love affair with the weird

  • Did you know that Cable St was home to the largest confectionery and jam factory in the world? Or that cafes like the Somali run Club Rio offered ‘pockets of survival’ or ‘culinary safe havens’ (Sabar & Posner, 2013 and Wills, 2017 in Swan et al., 2023) against a backdrop of racism, exclusion and social impoverishment.

    In 2022, community researchers from the Women’s Environmental Network (Wen) and the University of Sussex co-produced a Food History Tour of Tower Hamlets as part of the Food Lives project (itself part of a larger inter-university research project called FoodSEqual and led by Reading University). ‘Our project is based in Tower Hamlets and we have partnered with the Women’s Environmental Network. We want to understand the food systems in everyday life and in particular, we’re very interested in women and their foodwork.’

    Over 3 episodes, community researchers Sajna Miah and Shazna Hussain, and Sussex University food and feminist specialist, Dr Elaine Swan, take us on a journey through time and racial and ethnic spaces, with insights into the food systems of the past and present day.

    The tour takes in Watney Market, Cable Street, the original site of Café Rio, Wombat’s City Hostel, Wilton’s Music Hall, the former dairies and sugar factories of Wellclose Square and Swedenborg Gardens, and ends in an urban orchard in the heart of the St George’s Estate. ‘While mainstream culinary tours might skip over the fraught histories of exclusion and struggle in Tower Hamlets,...alternative narratives...bring these elements to the forefront.’ (Swan et al., 2023)

    Collectively, we produced a map of the tour with artist Nasima Sultana (see images here) drawing on community, public and academic history illustrating the food histories of Tower Hamlets. We designed the tour map to enable local people and visitors to carry out their own exploration of the rich social, cultural and economic history of food and food production and the newer food economies in the area. These histories have shaped food production and consumption for over 150 years and flavour what locals buy, grow or eat in their own kitchens, local cafes and restaurants today.

    Historical analyses matter for a present day understanding of food systems, they inform an understanding of inequalities in contemporary food production and consumption. ‘...our research underlines the significance of historic non-white contributions to the food system within a context of racial inequality. The café owners and workers created what today we would call “community assets,” providing cultural and material nourishment, commensality, welfare, and feelings of conviviality’. (Swan et al., 2023)


    Mullally, G. et al. (2022). ‘Walking, talking, [Re-]imagining socio-ecological sustainability: Research on the move/moving research’, Irish Journal of Sociology, 31(1), pp. 37-62 

    Swan, E. et al. (2023). ‘Mapping Pockets of Survival: Café Society in Post-war Cable Street’, Portal Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 19(1).  Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/02619761003602246. 


    This research was supported through the Transforming UK Food Systems for Healthy People and a Healthy Environment Programme, a UKRI Strategic Priority Fund, as part of the project FoodSEqual. 

    Funding for this podcast was provided by University of Sussex Participatory Research Network.

    We would like to thank Helen New and Paul Wilson from East End Homes, the Women’s Environmental Network and Nasima Sultana for making this podcast possible. 

  • Join me each second and fourth Monday of the month, when I'll be in conversation with an author about one (occasionally more) of their books. We'll be taking a fairly deep dive, looking at the background, the topics, writing, and the nitty gritty. Expect spoilers and frequent discussions of the endings.

  • Join sisters of the Lunar & Wild Coven for honest laid back conversations about embracing all things magick & witchcraft. 

  •  ✨I have been keeping something very special under wraps 😅✨ But now I am so excited to share with you All 🙏🙏💛I have been waiting for this day to come 😅🙏🙏**Please do kindly read right to the bottom 🙏🙏🥰 to find out All the details.... because you May be interested 💛🙏💛 "I am launching my Very own Podcasts"...... 🎙️

    ✨Tracy's Inspirational Warriors "If you only knew my story" 
    ✨Coming to you right now! 🙏 This is not about me wanting a pat on the back.... Far from it 🙏

     It's about myself and others talking about our illnesses, journeys, family life, working life, grief, mental illnesses, and our journeys in life in general, what formed us to be A Warrior for good 🙏 as part of the podcasts, how Michael Ball and Alfie Boe's music, performances & work and Even myself have formed part of that journey 🙏 and May have been inspirational and motivational to you 🙏💛🙏

     It's not just for the TMAWA group this will be going out in to the wide wild world 🙏 It's about life as Warriors and what forms us!! to be "Warriors"And will begin with a series of podcasts " If you only knew my story" 1st one will be about me..... And how Michael and Alfie have formed part of it along the journey......

    Then this will lead on to others sharing their stories too in up and coming podcasts .... Tracy's Inspirational Warriors ....People that have gone through a lot in life to come out the other side to be Warriors!! That's the way I wish it to go .... 
    So this way it inspires others to talk 🙏🙏 all the podcasts will be available on most podcasts platforms.... Apple, Amazon, Google etc 

    A new episode every week 🙏And that's were you come in.... I am looking for people to come tell their stories..... on how Michael Ball, Alfie Boe's music, performance and work  have been part of your life, giving you comfort and kindness in times of need and Even myself may have inspired and Even motivated you to become a "Warrior" and I don't mean just part of my fan group I mean *Warriors in life 🙏 
    Anyone can apply 🥰I want to hear your stories 🙏... No matter how varied I would love to hear about them 🙏🙏🥰 

    To apply just send me a message letting me know you are interested in taking part.... and a paragraph about yourself ..... and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Don't be shy 🙏 I am very approachable 🥰🙏This will be a totally different thing then what is presented on Facebook and social media .......
     These will be inspiring stories shared world wide with my niche at the forefront of the stories. The people I will be ultimately presenting to will be very interested in people's life's stories 🙏 and how they have got to where they are now..... So the presenter.... I.e me has to have the knowledge and the link to the theme and the stories in question 🙏🙏 

    So that's where I come in.... I will be the lead presenter... interviewing the storytellers in my unique friendly kind knowledgeable way.... with a touch of humour thrown in too🙏 🥰✨In a nutshell I am bringing the people to you in the hope I can inspire you.... and in return you may want to inspire others too.... and Even come and chat with me and share your life journey also 😅💛🥰 

    All podcasts will be  professionally formatted and pre recorded ..... Shared to most platforms It's so exciting.... I have a lot to share.... And I bet you do too and I can certainly talk 😉😅🎉 xx

    Let your voice be heard ✨Don't be afraid ✨ to give up the good to go for the great !

    ✨Who's excited as me??.... Who's interested?....Who would like to take part?....

  • The Fight Creative Podcast, hosted by Chan Griffin and Seb Muirhead, takes listeners on a thrilling journey into the heart of the stunts and action cinema world.

    From newcomers eager to break into the industry to seasoned professionals looking to hone their craft, this podcast offers invaluable insights and advice for everyone interested in the world of stunts and action.

    Each episode features interviews with a diverse range of guests, including stunt performers, coordinators, directors, and actors that have made a lasting impact on action cinema. Through candid conversations and behind-the-scenes anecdotes, listeners gain a comprehensive understanding of what it takes to succeed in this demanding field.

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  • Sean James aka The Repo Man finally sits down with the old crew and some fresh faces to answer the questions everyone asks, but are too afraid to answer.

    This podcast is not for the faint hearted. it's purely banter between friends. However, if you're a sick individual and have a twisted mind and sense of humour, this podcast will have you in stitches if you can leave your morals at the door.

  • Unlocked - A podcast by 100 Collectors

    Welcome to “Unlocked” the podcast that brings you closer to the creative minds and industry leaders shaping the art and NFT worlds.
    Join us as we dive deep into fine art and digital treasures through insightful interviews with acclaimed artists, visionary curators, and pioneers from the NFT community.
    Get inspired by their journeys, learn from their experiences, and gain invaluable knowledge on navigating the ever-evolving landscape of collecting.
    Unlocked is a podcast brought by 100 collectors, a private club for discerning art and NFT collectors.

  • Growing together through chats with the best creatives from all over the world. Everything you want to know, and didn't know you wanted to know, without the formality and myth of 'greatness'. Part of the San Clemente magazine.

  • Liudmila Kirsanova interviews artists who are currently active in Vienna. This podcast explores the local vibrating scene and renders a collage portrait of artistic Vienna right now. Here you’ll meet artists of different generations and at different stages of their career, who work with various mediums spanning from painting to performance. 

  • Unscripted photography ramblings through God's own county. Join Tom, 'The Flat Capped Photographer' as he goes on Photo Walks around Yorkshire. Along the way he shares honest photography advice, whilst explaining what, why and how he photographs what he photographs. 

  • "Dangerous Assignment" was a popular old-time radio espionage drama featuring adventures in exotic locales, which captivated American listeners during the early Cold War period. The show combined intrigue and action, making it a favorite among audiences who enjoyed tales of international espionage and adventure.

    Overview"Dangerous Assignment" starred Brian Donlevy as Steve Mitchell, a rugged government agent who traveled the world on missions that involved danger, mystery, and international intrigue. The show originally aired on NBC, with a pilot episode broadcast in 1949, followed by a series that ran from 1950 to 1953.Cast and Characters
    Steve Mitchell (played by Brian Donlevy): The main character, Mitchell, was an operative for an unnamed American government agency. Donlevy's portrayal gave the character a tough and competent demeanor, with a flair for handling dangerous situations and complex international dilemmas.Format and StyleEach episode opened with Mitchell receiving his latest assignment from "the Commissioner," a voice on the other end of a phone call. The assignments sent him to various global hotspots where he often had to deal with espionage, sabotage, and the rescue of fellow agents or locals in distress. The show's tagline, "Dangerous Assignment — I get sent to a lot of places I can't even pronounce. They all spell the same thing, though — trouble!" set the tone for the high-stakes adventures that followed.The format of the show typically involved Mitchell arriving in a new country, where he quickly became embroiled in a mission that required his skills in combat, deduction, and often, his ability to outwit local adversaries and escape perilous situations.

    Notable EpisodesSome memorable episodes of "Dangerous Assignment" include:
    "The Italian Art Collection": Mitchell is sent to Italy to recover stolen artwork that is vital for political stability in the region."The Lost City": An episode where Mitchell has to find a missing archaeologist in the Middle East and prevent the knowledge of a strategic oil reserve from falling into enemy hands.Legacy"Dangerous Assignment" was notable for its exotic locales and fast-paced plots, which were quite innovative for the time. The show's formula of a tough, no-nonsense agent tackling international crises with skill and bravado prefigured later television shows and movies in the spy genre.

    Brian Donlevy's performance as Steve Mitchell was central to the show's success. Donlevy, who also co-produced the series, was a well-known actor in film noir and action films, and his tough screen persona lent authenticity and appeal to the series.

    After its success on the radio, "Dangerous Assignment" was adapted into a television series, which aired from 1952 to 1953, also starring Donlevy. The transition to TV was a testament to the show’s popularity and the robustness of its central character and plot structures.

    In summary, "Dangerous Assignment" is remembered as a quintessential Cold War-era entertainment that combined suspenseful storytelling with a charismatic lead to explore the anxieties and political dramas of its time through the lens of high-stakes espionage adventures.

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