Storbritannien – Nya podcasts

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Weekly 20-120 minute episodes | Helping us transcend the current global crisis - physically, emotionally, psychologically, financially and economically | Helping leaders provide strong and wise support and guidance | Principles and themes for Strategic Self-Mastery

  • With hosts Jenny Jones, Tim Warwood and Ollie Peart, The Après brings you some of the best winter sports guests and news from the slopes every season. So step inside our log cabin podcast studio and make yourself comfortable. Get in touch [email protected]

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  • Safe for New Jack, but when you listen, you're doing it at your own risk.

  • No, not poetry, but demystifying high-quality research philosophy, design, and impact in the fields of business & management. Okay, there is very occasionally some poetry but come and listen to these thought-provoking explorations of the research-verse. Hosted by Dr Russ Glennon, Dr Steve Wynne, Dr Stephen Buzdugan & Katherine Roycroft.Logo by Dave Bixter ( Hard Boiled (intro) & Canon in D Interstellar mix (outro) both by Kevin MacLeod. ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License

  • Welcome to Take What You Need, the podcast. This podcast is named after my first book, and many years on we’re continuing the journey of designing life on our own terms. Think of this as a weekly catch-up between me and you, where we talk about EVERYTHING. From the mindset shifts that make us better versions of ourselves, to discussing how the media, and marketing, play an even bigger role in the story of our lives than we might think. Each week, I delve into questions that you, the listeners, have asked and share my take on the topics that matter most to you. Let's get started

  • Join Cathy and Wayne as they chat about the pro's (and the con's) of technical outdoor clothing and equipment.Outdoor Gear Chat takes a lighthearted peek inside the wonderful world of fabrics, garments, footwear and equipment helping you to understand some of the science behind how to stay dry, how to stay comfortable and how to choose the best outdoor kit for you.

  • A lighthearted, fun, topic of the week podcast with Tayla and Jack

  • In partnership with The Interface, Charging Status is a monthly show focussing on the latest EV news from the UK & Ireland.

    Hosted by Alex & James.

  • A technology podcast that aims to take a positive look at technology and computing. We aim to have genuinely engaging chats with folks doing interesting things in tech that make a positive impact.

  • Arundhati and Deepa - two feminists, friends, partners-in-crime - bring you a podcast full of conversations that make sense of the everyday through a fun, fierce, feminist gaze. कई कहानियाँ होती हैं जो कागज़ों में नहीं, जिस्म, ज़हन, जज़्बातों में छपी होती हैं| फुरसत feminism is an anthology of stories of living, breathing, dreaming feminist realities.

  • Happiness is all around us but sometimes it can be hard to find..I’m here to remind you of your happy, sharing top tips along the way and helping you remember when you smile the world smiles back💜

  • Quiet the Hive helps women identify what they want from their lives and careers, and arms with the toolkit and confidence to go you and get it. Listen in to thoughts, reflections and conversations with Jane, Founder & Director of Quiet the Hive, to craft a life and career that you love.

  • The Auchterarder Chippy takes a sideways look at Scottish and World football, reflecting on the stories, characters and culture that makes the beautiful game so special.

  • The goal of The METALBIRB Podcast is to get to know your favourite metal musicians and content creators on a more personal level. What are these guests like behind the music and the art that they create? I want to learn from my guests and grow as an individual too with thoughtful and personal conversations. I plan on providing real insight into your favourite musicians and content creators in the metal world.

  • Welcome to the AoEC podcast series where we explore some of the latest trends and topical issues facing the workplace, coaching, leadership, and people development fields. Coaching skills are a new currency for the 21st century workplace and are increasingly crucial in unlocking potential, supporting wellbeing, and making businesses more viable and sustainable. Join us as we highlight how coaching can help individuals, teams and organisations scale the complex and fast paced change facing the world of work as we delve into topics including wellbeing, job design, talent management, engagement, L&D, management, change management and working with teams .If you have a subject you would like us to highlight, or want to share your thoughts on our podcasts, please use the hashtag #AoECPodcasts.

  • A Weekly Podcast Exploring the Impact of Technology on Jobs. This Podcast looks at the upcoming mega-trend of technological unemployment by exploring the various technologies that have the potential to automate jobs. Other related ideas considered include: fake jobs, policies being considered, automation vs augmentation, etc. Initial episodes look at specific technologies and surrounding issues, the focus will shift towards interviews with the organisations involved in developing the technologies, policies, and tackling the associated problems.

  • A deeply thought-provoking podcast entailing British politics, history and the social issues of the time. Enjoy thorough examination of government policy as well as critiquing historic decisions during Britain's history.

  • On the 8th March 2022 (International Women’s Day) Efeca announced the creation of a new podcast series: a platform for women’s voices in sustainability.
    The 2022 UN theme for International Women's Day, "Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow," sought to highlight the contribution of women and girls around the globe, who participate in their communities and promote climate change adaptation, mitigation, and response, in order to build a more sustainable future for all.
    Join our host Emily Fripp, Founding Director of Efeca for this new podcast series and platform for women’s voices in sustainability.
    Together we’ll help celebrate and elevate the perspectives and work of women, showcasing the role that women play in supporting sustainable livelihoods, climate change mitigation and creation of sustainable supply chains.
    Emily has been lucky enough to work around the world with amazing people and fascinating forest commodities across different sectors, geographies and commodity interests.
    We hope you enjoy these monthly chats with inspirational women working in sustainability today, showcasing how diverse and inclusive working are essential parts of our sustainable future.

  • Welcome to the Fierce Prophet Podcast where we grow in our relationship to God, learn to become unapologetically ourselves and fulfil our deepest purpose on the planet.