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  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • Do you know your queer history? Ever had questions about gay lifestyle you've been too embarrased to ask?
    This series host, comedian Aaron Twitchen, takes key and current issues from the gay agenda and breaks down their history. Its a comic blend of research, facts and real life stories.

    This series is well reasoned, informed and educated breakdowns of the modern issues affecting queer culture. Its weaved with personal stories and real life examples - watered down with enough pop culture to keep it light and entertaining.

    I used my experiences of coming out, dating and body confidence to shine a light on Transphobia, Blood Donation and Conversion Therapy. I'm proud to finally have realised how to fuse the things I'm passionate about with friends and the way I make people laugh.

    For more info on episodes check out Aaron Twitchens website at

  • The ALL NEW Fonejacker Podcast featuring 100% brand new prank calls from the BAFTA award winning fonejacker himself Kayvan Novak. Featuring classic characters like car salesman Terry Tibbs, serial complainer Dufrais Constantinople, Art Critic Brian Badonde, cold caller Irish Mike, Internet Service Providings and many more!

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  • From the confusion surrounding lockdown rules to what really compels angry sports fans to call radio phone-ins; the continued f***-ups of the “hopeless” government to cancelled holiday plans; award winning comedian Mark Steel and his emphatic opinion will be taking a deep dive into the state of the UK and the rest of the world. Joined by comedian (and son), 25-year-old Elliot Steel for the 'youth's' perspective, and a special guest each week, Mark will be dissecting current affairs to try and answer that age old question: What The F*** Is Going On??

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  • Daily Notes is a daily comedy/piano podcast from award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy. Also a pianist, every day in a 10 minute episode there is new uplifting and thought-provoking comedy backed with musical ideas, anything from Elvis to Vanilla Ice! Many of the stories are from his life which flashed before his eyes after coming face to face with a burglar at the end of 2020, others from world events. The show compliments his new live stand-up show for 2021 - Bumblebee.

    Nathan hosts another podcast Psycomedy which has charted all over the world and was number one Comedy podcast in Argentina in 2020. As a comedian he was the only live performer at the 2020 Edinburgh Fringe to critical acclaim (✭✭✭✭ The Times 'Star in waiting... he is untouchable') and his shows are multi-award winning and nominated including in 2020 a prestigious Best Show Nomination at the Leicester Comedy Festival.

    More about Nathan's comedy and podcasts at

  • A 12-year friendship + a mutual passion for teen nostalgia = a podcast where Jill Nolan and Becky Darke take an irreverent look at their beloved Point Horror books.

    The girls chat about a different Point Horror - or two - every month, and take a look back at nineties pop culture with features like 'Lipgloss Jill's Nostalgic Number 1s'.

  • Hi friends, good evening have a special day. This podcast is on very important topic that the world is running on that word that is questions. Let's we will see what problems creating with questions? How questions are giving us benefits.

  • Did your Nan have Gran Designs? Or was she more of a Nandoes? Stand By Your Nan is a limited series of 8 episodes with interviews, stand up stories around me and my gran and stories from the listening community. A virtual hug, cup of tea and poignant discussion on redefining our elders from writer/comedian Rachel Sambrooks.

    Funded by Arts Council England, co producer Steve Keyworth and with music from Lewis Barfoot.

  • Salacious scandals, abhorrent oppression, unforgivable transgressions! We take you through the lesser-known annals of history and look for every skeleton in the closet only to find that history is really just A Series of Fucked Up Events!

  • Join us (Paul and Sophie) in our lighthearted journey of discussing 'shameful' topics.
    We'd love to hear your stories and things you're ashamed about!

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  • A podcast Hosted by Brian Fischler and Ed Plumacher discussing the good and bad of assistive technology for the low vision and totally blind. Key topics include Apple’s VoiceOver, Amazon’s VoiceView, Windows Narrator, Freedom Scientific Jaws, Described Video, and basically any product that talks to you. We are not NPR, as we are an entertainment technology show.

  • A Bit of a Mouthful - the podcast from internet sensations Michael, Sophie and Willy, brings you delicious food hacks you'll actually use, all served up on a bed of fresh, nutritious comedy…. and cabbage. Prod. by FoodFM

  • Everyone needs a bank of inspiration. Everyone has loves and passions, across different aspects of life and culture. These are the things that enrich and sustain our lives. During this current climate we have increasingly realised what we treasure most – and much of it is related to art, film, music, stories, culture, sport, play, food, drink, and our most precious memories.

    In this podcast, Alan Davies talk to mavericks and visionaries, storytellers and comedians, entrepreneurs and artists from around the world and asks them: What do you value most? What influences you? What inspires you? Who shaped you as a person? What are your seven pillars of wisdom?

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  • Read the standing orders!  

    In this new podcast, viral superstar and Zoom Queen, Jackie Weaver, will be joined by a famous friend and answer all of your big, unanswered questions - like a couple of Agony Aunts!
    👋 Please consider supporting this show on Patreon ( for ad-free episodes, early access, shout-outs, Zoom calls with Jackie and tonnes of bonus content! Any donation really does help.

    🎧 Remember to hit "Subscribe" or "Follow" and leave a nice 5* review. Or she might kick you out. 

    ✉️ Looking to sponsor the show, get in touch, or just have a natter?

    🐦 Follow @JackieWeaverPod on Twitter and send in your Agony Aunt Qs for future episodes. 

  • We are a group of boys from the UK with nothing to do but make a podcast during this pandemic. We will be debating key topics in the news and talking about random stuff that comes up in conversation. As well as our life and how we are all dealing with the situation.TikTok: @thefreepodcastInstagram: @thefreepodcastSpotify: @thefreepodcast

  • Ambridge on the Couch wrestles the characters from The Archers on to the therapist’s couch

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  • Sound Heap is the most eclectic podcast network in the known world. From comedy to interviews to investigations, back to interviews, on to advice, listener call ins, pranks, interviews again, deep-dives and even interviews - they do the lot.

    A brand new comedy podcast from Auddy

  • Everyone Dies In Sunderland is a podcast about growing up terrified in the eighties and nineties. Ah, the good old days. People left their front doors unlocked. Children played out in the street. Everyone got burgled. Children got murdered, like, most days. Then there was Mad-Cow Disease and the Animals of Farthing Wood. It was a truly terrifying time to be a child. And those children are adults now. Adults with children and mortgages and Senseo Machines and jobs with actual responsibilities.And three of them have started a podcast where they laugh nihilistically at their own childhood trauma. Each week John, Gareth and Claire travel back to a year of their childhoods in North East England - like a True Crime Geordie Quantum Leap - and talk about what scared and scarred them that year, taking a closer look at one of the notorious crimes which were happening within walking distance of their childhood homes while they were watching Going Live.

  • Welcome to Andy & Chip’s World of Nonsense. Every week we tackle unimportant and outrageous issues with the level of disrespect that they deserve. Come join us and escape from reality.

  • Welcome to the talent hub podcast, where amazing things happen.

  • Glizelda, Mariana, Ophelia, and Jean have been stuck in a castle together for a long time. A very, VERY long time...


    The characters in this podcast are vampires and behave as such. If you feel that you might find vampuric activites (screams from the dungeon, the odd sexual reference, etc) offensive or triggering then this might not be the podcast for you. Otherwise enjoy, Vamps fan!



    Vamps is written and performed by Debs Wardle

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