Award-winning series exploring religious, spiritual and moral issues. All Things Considered adopts a variety of formats, from documentary to interview and discussion, but is always revealing. Broadcast weekly on BBC Radio Wales on Sundays at 9 AM and Thursdays at 5.30 AM.
This podcast features Open Book and A Good Read. In Open Book, Mariella Frostrup talks to leading authors about their work. A Good Read features Harriett Gilbert discussing a range of favourite titles with guests.
A history show of the amateur armchair persuasion whose interest is derived from the Napoleonic idea that history is a myth agreed upon. Ask Tacitus, the Roman Senator and Historian. In fact ask a policeman. BTHP will be taking a look at history primarily from a British perspective but not to the exclusion of other great historical stories.
Welcome to the Stephen Nolan Audio channel.
BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC One.
Stephen will use this to communicate personally with you and you will also find key audio from his radio and tv shows.
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This is the Sony Award-winning podcast from Book Slam, London's best (only?) literary nightclub where books, music and free thinking intersect in a Bermuda triangle of no brow culture. Book Slam happens regularly at The Tabernacle in Notting Hill, but this podcast gives you the opportunity to catch up on the readings and performances, plus interviews and more. Recently, Book Slam has featured such luminaries as Will Self, Adele, Plan B, William Boyd, Irvine Welsh, Simon Armitage and the Alabama 3. It's the brainchild of Patrick Neate who once danced in the longest conga in the world. You can see more details about Book Slam at www.bookslam.com.
Welcome to AudioGO, formerly known as BBC Audiobooks.
Here you can find samples of our audiobook releases as well as interviews and more. We have a broad, diverse and inclusive range of spoken word titles.
We are the UK’s leading audiobook publisher and distributor and were formed in July 2010. Our expanding range currently extends to more than 10,000 titles in all, encompassing a wide range of best-selling authors and catering for all tastes.
We hope that through this website, and from listening to some of our wonderful shows on Radio 2, you will discover new and exciting authors and be encouraged to try out different kinds of books.
Every two weeks, myself and the team will discuss a new book which we love, as we are joined by the author and invite you to help us review it.
You can also hear what other Radio 2 presenters think of our choices by listening to their reviews, and you can read previous listeners thoughts.
In this episode, you’re going to learn about the origin of the phrase “once in a Blue Moon,” which originally didn’t mean what it means today. [TRANSCRIPT] Don’t miss future episodes of this podcast, subscribe here: iTunes | RSS/XML You can also find more episodes by going here: Daily Knowledge...
In August 1960 the controversial Oscar-nominated psychological thriller was released. Witness presents archive recordings of its director, Alfred Hitchcock and of the film's star, Janet Leigh.
(Photo: Janet Leigh in the shower scene from Psycho, 1960. Credit: AP)
Natürlich ändert sich das Fernsehprogramm ständig. Mal sind Talkshows gefragt, mal Spiele-Sendungen, mal Reality-Shows. Ihr merkt mal wieder: Auch hier hat das Denglisch bei uns Einzug gehalten. Jedenfalls gibt es einige wenige Sendungen, die es schon sehr lange gibt. Eine davon – wahrscheinlich...
The Vegan Option takes a different perspective, and uncovers amazing stories.
Palm oil is everywhere – from cooking oil to soap to vegan margarine. Equatorial rainforest and peatland are cleared and replaced with serried ranks of oil palm trees (Elaeis guineensis). The biodiversity of Borneo...
Brits and Americans have bickered over whose version of English is superior for generations. Kathleen's guest says that it’s part of an ongoing relationship of mutual admiration and antagonism. Her new book, "That's Not English", breaks down the very intricate differences in speech between the...
Are hackers winning the battle for cyber security? FT West Coast editor Richard Waters speaks with San Francisco correspondent Hannah Kuchler and investigations correspondent Kara Scannell to discuss how banks, companies and governments are finding ways to marshal their defences. Find more...