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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

  • Thousands of people from over a hundred countries have participated in the FinBiz2030 Building Resilience Webinar Series. We’ve taken some of the inspiring stories told by young leaders from around the world in these webinars, and created the Building Resilience Podcast. Each short episode, contains a single story from one of the webinar contributors. Join us to learn about how they are providing global leadership through taking local action. And find out how you can help create a sustainable future and meet the greatest challenges of the 21st Century. FinBiz2030 is a joint initiative between One Young World and Chartered Accountants Worldwide. Our aim is to establish an active and engaged finance and business community globally that is dedicated to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

  • A podcast where we delve shallow and deep into the stories of everyday life in Singapore and beyond. Contact us at

  • Hello everyone! Welcome to the podcast Soviet Sex, where I (and other guests along the way) will examine the Soviet Union’s policies about gender, health, and sexuality throughout its almost 75 years of existence. The first few episodes will be just me providing overviews of important health policies and their real life consequences. In future episodes, I’ll be talking to various experts on what I’ll call ‘special topics.’ These are topics that I can’t include in the overview episodes and maybe not an expert on – but other people are! You can email me at, follow and dm at @SexSoviet and or look at the website where I will upload episodes, provide citations from my podcast research just in case you want to buy or read any of these amazing books and articles, and upload any digital/online sources for people to explore.

  • Sharing is part of ANCHOVY.’s DNA, that’s why we are proud to be going live with our exclusive podcasts sessions. No matter the place or time of day, find a moment to listen to these rich exchanges we want you to be part of. Guided by Benji Borg, head of our innovative marketing agency, here is your chance to learn more about successful Maltese personalities. Malta has a lot of stories to share, and our guests are the voices of this island.

  • Welcome to The Stephen Read Podcast. Our philosphy is that conversations are a truly powerful form of learning and bonding. With an episode published on the first and third Wednesday of every month, we strive to bring you entertainment that covers a diverse and captivating selection of topics. Each guest brings with them unique passions and interests which we explore for your listening pleasure.

  • Gabby Logan speaks to famous faces about the role money has played in their family life and professional success. She also talks to experts about some of the topics that come up and gets practical tips to help you get to grips with your own finances.

    The ii Family Money Show is also available as a vodcast on the interactive investor YouTube channel.

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    The Family Money Show is brought to you by interactive investor. For more investing ideas and information, visit

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  • Join me as I look into the truth behind some of our best loved children's stories.

  • Making Meaning is a podcast exploring the meaning behind what we make. Artist Ruth Singer talks to creative people about why they make and create. Ruth loves finding out how artists, writers, coaches, researchers and others use challenging and complex stories within their work. She is interested in what matters to them and why they choose to create what they do.

    Ruth Singer has been making textile art professionally for 16 years and before that worked in the museum sector and has wide ranging interests in all kinds of creative practice. Words are really important to her; she writes books, shares a lot of her work online and loves talking about creative practice to other people who get it. Ruth also works as a mentor to artists and creative businesses and is always learning about what drives creative people to make interesting and complex things.

  • A fortnightly chat about techniques and dishes from a professional Chinese kitchen, their history and their cultural setting

  • Want to know more about the artistry of drinks? Join us in our fun, informative and we hope, entertaining cocktail (almost) hour where we sample the best new bottles, highlight our pick of books to add to your drinks library, shine a light on the bars to have on your radar and check in with some of the biggest names in the drinks business for their top tips for making quality cocktails

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  • Abandoned for 60 years after a murder-suicide, this infamous Los Angeles murder house finally gets the deep dive investigation you’ve been craving. Nearly a decade in the making, in this 7-part series, a documentary filmmaker takes you on a wild ride as she investigates this infamous property. By the end, all your questions will finally be answered.

    View exclusive content and footage at

  • When was the last time you talked honestly about death? Join Georgie Vestey as she interviews the people who help us as we die and when we're dead.

  • Conversations with people who mean well, have something interesting to say and know how to say it. Hosted by Christian Peregin.

  • Over 4,000 oral history recordings have been compiled in Ireland by Maurice O'Keeffe of since 1995. Maurice and Jane O'Keeffe of Tralee, Co. Kerry set up Irish Life and Lore, an educational and commercial organisation, to record and archive oral history in Ireland. Now it's time to share some of the best recordings with you, and allow you to listen to first hand accounts of pivotal moments in Ireland's national and social history. The generations which went before us could never have imagined the immense change which has come about in the way we live over the past century in Ireland. The Irish Life and Lore podcasts offer the listener an opportunity to hear the voices of eye witnesses to this change, in all their individuality and authenticity, and in their manner of speaking unique to their local area.We hope you enjoy listening!

  • 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.

  • Mass arrests. Newspaper raids. Banned protests. Activists fleeing into exile. A curriculum designed to brainwash. The Telegraph’s award-winning China Correspondent Sophia Yan tells the inside story of how life in Hong Kong was turned upside down in just one year.

  • Peter Marcuse argues that the ultimate purpose of critical urban theory is to implement the demand for a Right to the City. Focusing on the differences between the crisis of 1968, which produced the demand for the Right to the City, and the crisis we confront today, he asks: "Is another world not only possible, but realistically attainable" Peter Marcuse has written extensively on housing, urban development, the history of planning, the ethics of planning, racial segregation, and globalization. His most recent publication is "Cities for People, Not for Profit" edited jointly with Neil Brenner and Margit Mayer, a special issue of the journal City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy (13.2-3, June-September, 2009). His books include (with Ronald van Kempen) Globalizing Cities: A New Spatial Order? (Blackwell, 1999) and Of States and Cities: The Partitioning of Urban Space (Oxford University Press, 2002).

    Sponsored by CITY Journal and UCL Urban Laboratory with the support of the Bartlett School of Planning.

  • Listen to researchers and experts talking about society and culture in the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden), including panel discussions on a range of hot topics within the humanities and social sciences. There are also synopses of particular historical events and topics written by researchers and read out in one of the Nordic languages and in English by employees and friends of

  • 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!

    Email us at