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Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
An award-winning, critically acclaimed mockumentary podcast that follows fictional Premier League club Ashwood City FC. 'The Thick of it meets fifa career mode - a must listen for football fans' - The Guardian 'Ultra-sharp satire' - GQ This podcast is a serial, begin at episode 1.
 
Married couple Dave and Cathy podcast their walk home from the movies. Winner: Best New Podcast, British Podcast Awards 2017. "Suffused with charm and insight" - The Guardian. Warning: This podcast includes some swearing and mild married-couple-bickering.
 
The Guardian Long Read - audio versions of our regular long reads published online and in the newspaper Monday through Friday. The long reads are long form articles on a wide variety of topics from global politics to the big cultural debates of our time. For the print version go to - http://www.theguardian.com/news/series/the-long-read
 
It is an Age of Change in the Maiar Empire. The long-absent Fae creatures have returned from their exile to the land of mortals, bringing arcane magic with them. Amid this changing world, five adventurers’ cross paths in the city of Faine, the epicenter of the Fae migration. The Guardians Of Fehal is a Real-Play Dungeons and Dragons podcast released every other week on Patreon, and every other episode is available for free on this feed. So if you want to hear the whole adventure, consider su ...
 
A weekly podcast on ways to stay calm and compel others as you communicate. Along with executive communications tips and strategies, we interview intriguing individuals who've found the "Sage approach" by finding gifts, opportunities, and knowledge within trying situations. New Zealander show host, Debbi Gardiner McCullough, has written on social and business trends and struggles for the Economist, the Guardian, and Financial Times of London. She's a self-retired college professor of writing ...
 
The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
 
Running a business rarely runs smoothly, but a cool head and self-belief can turn adversity into advantage. The Guardian Small Business Network's confessions events bring entrepreneurs together to share the highs and lows of entrepreneurship. These are the stories you won't hear anywhere else. Hosted by Guardian journalist Coco Khan
 
Starting in Australia and now in the UK, Token is a podcast about marginalised identities. But it's fun - we promise. We talk about race, gender, sexuality, culture, politics and whatever else makes you feel like a token in today's world. The only constants are fun, frank discussion and the freedom to politely ask awkward questions
 
We delve into the nitty gritty of Brexit and try to make some sort of sense of it, bringing you episodes as and when you need them. We’ll be hearing from Britons and Europeans, leavers and remainers, politicians and ordinary people, economists, businessmen, lawyers, researchers, campaigners and many more about what Brexit means for them, for the UK and for the EU, how it might work – and how it might not. It's a podcast that can’t get enough of experts ... and we want to hear from you too
 
The Sound of the Hound is a podcast series about the people and the technology that brought recorded music to the masses in Victorian London and beyond. In it, journalist and author James Hall and music industry executive Dave Holley chronicle the adventures of the early sound pioneers as they risked life and limb to capture sound and launch the music business as we know it today. In particular, the series focuses on a genius called Fred Gaisberg. The world’s first A&R man, Fred was a ni ...
 
The Guardian’s cricket podcast – captained by cricket writer Emma John alongside The Spin team of Guardian sports journalists, cricket-loving comedians and the most interesting cricket fans we can find. Sharing the highs and lows from an epic summer of cricket including the World Cup, The Ashes, T20 Blast, and County Championship. Mixing the sheer pace of journalism with the back-of-the-hand variations of comedy and absurdity. Subscribe so you never miss one
 
In our award-winning series, Beyond the Blade, we have been investigating the impact of knife crime on Britain's young people, and exposing the myths that surround it. In this new series of podcasts, we hear from people in Birmingham, Bristol and London who have personal experiences with knife crime, but who are actively engaged in solutions
 
Gene editing technologies have the power to change life as we know it. So why aren’t more people involved in conversations about how we should use it? This was the central question of the Guardian's Gene Gap project. And the key motivation for this new podcast series, which features five different communities around the UK and the conversations they had about a technology that could, one day, allow us to rewrite our DNA
 
With more than 350 million people around the world using Shazam, most people know the app – but what about the team behind the scenes who make all those magical music tags possible? Hear Shazam’s VP of Music and Content, Will Mills, and Stuart Dredge of The Guardian and Music Ally talk about music, technology and how mobile is revolutionising the media landscape at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Funny people talk about having children. "A frank, fearless and funny guide to parenting" The Guardian. Comedians, actors, writers and other interesting people talk about the emotional impact of having children and how it has altered the relationships with their partners, families, careers and sense of self. Presented by writer and podcaster Sophie Black who, in a former life, performed sketch comedy at the Edinburgh Festival and on TV. Now she produces several regular podcast series includi ...
 
Share in the joys, nightmares and sheer absurdities of parenting with two dads and bunch of special guests. Keith Stuart is the author of the Richard and Judy Book Club bestselling novel A Boy Made of Blocks, as well as games editor for the Guardian; Ed Wood is a book editor and former journalist. They both have autistic sons, they both like a chat about books, games and films, and they both have very little filter for talking nonsense about what it’s like to be a dad.
 
"We are told by writers of antiquity that elephants have written sentences in Greek, and that one of them was even known to speak. There is, therefore, nothing unreasonable in the supposition that the White Elephant of this history, the famous "Iravata" so celebrated throughout Asia, should have written his own memoirs. The story of his long existence—at times so glorious, and at other times so full of misfortune—in the kingdom of Siam, and the India of the Maharajahs and the English, is ful ...
 
The Goblin Podcast is a kid's podcast featuring original musical stories, from acclaimed children's theatre makers. Each episode we’ll be bringing you new musical stories for the whole family to enjoy wherever you like. Our stories are full of catchy new songs and a lot of fun that will inspire the imagination of all ages. From The Legend of the Jazz Penguin (a musical adventure about a little Penguin looking for her sound) to Hey Diddle Diddle (a celebration of nonsense based on the nursery ...
 
Listen to the award winning Second Captains free to air podcasts featuring The Second Captains Podcast and Second Captains Football. Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast
 
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Cyn and Kingsleymac join you this week to give our experiences in the game, talk Destiny news, and give you all the opinions you may not know you needed. We talk more Vault of Glass experiences, our thoughts on the seasonal challenges this season, and talk about some questions that come up live during the show. Also GCX is coming up and we talk abo…
 
The group stages have been brilliant and going into the last 16 the tournament is wide open. Ken can't make his mind up on Germany, Rio Ferdinand doubles down on his England predictions, and the Danes are riding a wave of positive energy.Join us for the remainder of the Euros - go to secondcaptains.com/join - it's a fiver a month for ad-free daily …
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2015: Military strategist, classical scholar, cattle rancher – and an adviser to presidents, prime ministers, and the Dalai Lama. Just who is Edward Luttwak? And why do very powerful people pay …
 
With these episodes focusing on the life and work of the mighty Fred Gaisberg, we may have given the impression that he was his own boss. That would be wrong. Working for The Gramophone Company in London, Fred was answerable to a man called William Barry Owen. In this episode we tell Owen’s story. It was his business acumen and vision that saw The …
 
It takes something pretty special to wrestle some attention away from the Euros these days, but the US Open last night was a hilarious snakes & ladders of the world's best players charging to the top of the leaderboard before falling back in increasingly daft and humiliating ways. The final result was a win for Spain's Jon Rahm, and there was drama…
 
Supporters of a new coalmine have argued that it will reduce global warming and create green jobs. How could such absurd claims have gained any credibility? By Rebecca Willis. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian
 
Murph returns as we talk about an epic weekend of European Championship football. Remember how Germany weren't that good? Well that was last week. Today we talk to Raphael Honigstein about how Germany might in fact be quite good.Plus there's Scotland fan energy, predictable England, beautiful Italy and boring Spain.…
 
Today's taster includes Rio Ferdinand's bullish prediction for England V Scotland, Gazza 96 and a controversial Gareth Bale pun-a-thon.Sign up at secondcaptains.com/join for a fiver a month - no ads, no contracts, no minimum stay and its member led independent journalism.Second Captains
 
The new international crime organisations have made Marbella their centre of operations. And as violence rises, the police lag far behind. By Nacho Carretero and Arturo Lezcano. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian
 
While the newly formed Bennett-Lapid government is taking its first steps, Yonit and Jonathan discuss the one who is stepping down. What did Benjamin Netanyahu's 12 consecutive years in power mean for Israelis and for Jews outside of Israel? Follow us on instagram @twojews See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
My guest this week is Pastor and Dr. Thomas A DeLoach who captures the hearts of North Carolina's youth through preaching, coaching, and his provocative messages on God and community. With Father's Day approaching, Pastor DeLoach's beliefs feel extra timely: He wants to raise the standard of character and integrity of our leaders and help young, tr…
 
Football tournament pods are undoubtedly the funnest pods on the World Service and our daily Euro 2020 shows are officially full steam ahead. While Stephen A Smith - ESPN's new voice of soccer - thought Patrik Schick's second goal against Scotland a masterpiece, Ken wasn't so convinced. Eoin is incensed that the Scots stole an Irish football anthem…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2016: The discovery of Hawaii Sign Language in 2013 amazed linguists. But as the number of users dwindles, can it survive the twin threats of globalisation and a rift in the community? By Ross P…
 
Every hero has a sidekick. And in this episode we tell the story of Fred’s wingman, the wonderfully named William Sinkler Darby. Five years Fred’s junior, fellow American Sinkler was by his boss’s side as he established The Gramophone Company in London and travelled the world to capture sound. Their tale is like a buddy movie: it’s Batman & Robin m…
 
Kerry made sweet sweet love with Gaelic football on Saturday night and Oisin McConville was in Killarney to witness it all. What did the locals make of it, is coach Keane talking up his boys and are Kerry now official heirs to the Dublin throne?ESPN's Stephen A Smith is on the soccer beat for the Euros - we analyse his analysis. Novak Djokovic powe…
 
Richard Sadlier and Jonathan Wilson join us to talk about the Euro 2020 opening weekend, which was overshadowed by the collapse of Christian Eriksen at the Denmark-Finland game.We also discuss England's opening win against Croatia, the reasons why broadcasters seem to have become less critical, and the Mbappé-Giroud war of words...…
 
Between accidents, disease and bad weather, farm animals are prey to so many disasters that dedicated professionals are called out to dispose of the casualties. It’s a grim task, and one that’s only getting more difficult. By Bella Bathurst. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
When you’ve been getting away with it as a seven piece band for nearly four decades, with 22 albums behind you - something’s got to give when it comes to longevity. Especially when, in the case of James and Tim Booth, you’re on yet another roll. The band has made another vital album (All The Colours of You) despite the backdrop of a global pandemic…
 
We've been waiting and waiting, and for a whole 25% longer than we usually are, but Euro 2020 is now but a couple of hours away. There's going to be wall-to-wall coverage every day on the World Service for the next month, so there couldn't be a better time to sign up. On today's taster menu, there's Ken stabbing his brother over a morsel of cheese,…
 
I’ve long nursed vague plans of moving back to China for a few years, to solidify my place there. But with each year that passes in the US, such a move gets harder and harder to make. By Angela Qian. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian
 
As a new political reality takes form in Israel, we try and estimate what a Netanyahu-Bennett handover would look like, and what are the challenges of this unusual coalition. Yonit and Jonathan are joined by CNN's Jake Tapper for a conversation about politics, Judaism, his new book and his semester at Tel Aviv University. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
Guenter Schaber wants to transform how salespeople (and entrepreneurs) view their prize. He means: Rather than focus exclusively on the big payout at the end, enjoy the journey along the way. Doing so becomes vital, if you want to feel happy, he says, and will help you become more successful, too. In this week's podcast, we hear from Guenter, a Mun…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Read archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2017: For years, she has accused French journalists of bias against her family and her party. Yet Marine Le Pen has managed to lead the far-right Front National into the political mainstream – an…
 
In this episode we look at the epic – and we mean epic – story of Russian bass singer Feodor Chaliapin. The singer’s relationship with Fred spanned decades, continents, wars and revolutions. It is a tale about music but it is also a tale about the extraordinary power of friendship. And spats. It’s a story about spats. And potatoes. And backstage pu…
 
Ireland are on a winning streak and its the poor miserable mediocre Magyars next on the chopping block. Ken shows Murph Hungary's recent record.....England fans once again booed their own players for taking a knee before the Romania game. We discuss Gareth Southgate's handling of this situation, Nigel Farage's response, the worrying make up of the …
 
Whitechapel Bell Foundry dates back to 1570, and was the factory in which Big Ben and the Liberty Bell were made. But it shut in 2017, and a fight for its future has been raging ever since. By Hettie O’Brien. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian
 
This week Cyn and DesRaven bring you all the Destiny talk, news, and opinions to your ear holes. We start off talking about some Expunge findings and lore around it. Then of course continue to talk about the Vault of Glass raid and how much we have been running it. We then talk about some of the patch notes that happened in the latest update and IB…
 
My guest this week is Charles Cranston Jett, a certified coach specializing in career management, critical skill development, and career crises. Charles got here through years of management consulting and executive search experience, especially CEOs and those reporting to CEOs. He also finds calm from lessons and wisdom learned from his former Navy…
 
Something is badly wrong at the heart of one of Britain’s most important ministries. How did it become so broken? By Daniel Trilling. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian
 
Yonit and Jonathan explain the forces behind the historic coalition formed in Israel, and the forces that might stop it. What does the new President-elect Herzog mean for world jews? And no need to Google our Chutzpah nominee for this week See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Keshet
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2017: After arriving in Britain as a child, I fought hard to feel like I belonged. Now it feels that the status of migrants like me is permanently up for review by Ismail Einashe. Help support o…
 
Diva alert! In episode four, Holley and Hall tell the story of the recording of one of opera’s greatest characters, Emma Calvé. Basking in the glory of having captured the voice of the mighty Enrico Caruso in Milan (as outlined in Series One of The Sound of the Hound), Fred goes on something of a recording spree back in London. But he gets more tha…
 
This week Kingsley, Cyn, and DesRaven talk of course about what is going on in the game of Destiny and what we have been doing. In our main topic however we go into a full review of the Vault of Glass raid which has returned to Destiny 2! Let us know your thoughts of the raid so far in our Discord. Thanks as always for tuning in! Please check out o…
 
Naomi Osaka won her first round match at the French Open yesterday, but it was a statement she released in the days leading up to her appearance at the tournament that has grabbed the lion's share of media attention this weekend. Osaka announced that she wouldn't be appearing at post-match press conferences during the tournament in order to protect…
 
With a concrete defence and clockwork attack, Chelsea are champions of Europe for a second time. For Man City, the wait goes on.Miguel Delaney and Jonathan Wilson join us to analyse the final. What's the secret of Chelsea's mid-season transformation? Why does Guardiola experiment in the biggest games? And where do City go from here?…
 
In 2016, the US state department said it had uncovered a fake embassy in Accra that had been issuing a stream of forged visas. The story went viral – but all was not as it seemed. By Yepoka Yeebo. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian
 
As the party moves forward towards Ramsgate, they run into mysterious wagon tracks leading towards the Mirefield bog. Music used in this episode: peritune-deep-woods3 Music: Dark Hallows by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Our Memo…
 
Before the 17th century, people did not think of themselves as belonging to something called the white race. But once the idea was invented, it quickly began to reshape the modern world. By Robert P Baird. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian
 
Even though a ceasefire is maintained between Israel and Hamas, tensions are still high, especially around the world. Yonit and Jonathan are joined from New York by CNN's Bianna Golodryga, who called out antisemitic remarks by the Pakistani Foreign Minister - to present her with her mensch award! We also update on the looming threat of fifth electi…
 
My guest this week is Peter Khoury, a professional speaker and public speaking coach from the West Bank based in San Francisco. Peter's a great story to tell of a life full of art, priests, and wonder as a boy to his career in engineering, training, and now public speaking and training through his business, Magnetic Speaking. Peter's a firm believe…
 
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