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Live from Dublin, Dan, James, Anna and Andrew discuss miniature miniature trains, bees in mourning, and unholy transplants.
In this week’s episode of Sh**ged Married Annoyed Chris and Rosie discuss friends with benefits, romance at work, who’s the best in a crisis and which out of the two of them would Vicky Pattison liked to take out on the lash.
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Ben 'n' Henry break down this week's true crime news: KFC covers up the truth, Dan Aykroyd, UFO fan letters, and MORE. TRIPLE L.
"Most of us should spend less time on most decisions and we should spend a lot more time on a few key decisions." — Ramit Sethi Ramit Sethi (@ramit), author of the New York Times bestseller I Will Teach You To Be Rich, has become a financial guru to millions of readers in their twenties,...
The only way Rosie and Chris Ramsey can have a conversation without being interrupted by a toddler or ending up staring at their phones is by doing a podcast. They’ll be chatting all about life, relationships, arguments, annoyances, parenting, growing up and everything in between. Each week they...
In 2006 all of Abraham Shakespeares' dreams came true.  He won 30 million dollars on the lottery, it looked like all his troubles were over.  But within 3 years all of his money disappeared and soon after, Abraham disappeared too. 
From breaking up riots in Africa to troublesome trips in Turkey, Peter Crouch tells us what it’s like for a footballer on a coach. He reveals how they’ve changed over the years and which managers run the tightest ships.
Four years ago, two year old Greta Greene was killed by a piece of falling masonry while out with her grandmother. Her father, Jayson, has written a memoir ‘Once More We Saw Stars’. He discusses how he has dealt with his grief and loss. Violinist Alina Ibragimova famously performed Bach’s...
Available for one month only, it's Answer Me This episode 109, originally aired 17 September 2009. Questioneers wonder about the point of clip-on ties, the blank pages at the end of books, celebrity perfumes, and grandmothers sucking eggs.  This episode originally appeared at...
Triforce! Episode 99.2! BREAKING NEWS: Pyrion has info about the Bodega book and gangs are sucking money out of cash machines. More at 9. Support your favourite podcast on Patreon: Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound.
Duff McKagan talks with Marc about Guns N’ Roses, Axl, Slash, traveling the world, learning from history, Joe Strummer, sobriety and more.
Alex, James and Mike talk about why Saracens won the European Cup, Eddie Jones' sneaker collection, Alex Goode's big nights out and the Royal WhatsApp groups
Footballers tend to have a lot of spare time and a lot of cash, so why do they get it so wrong so often? Crouch talks everything from haircuts and strange endorsements to a suit fitting with David Beckham. We’ll re-live some of his own questionable fashion choices and learn all about those...
Gordon Duncan, Mark Wilson and Gordon Dalziel take your calls...
Peter Crouch tells us what it’s like when you’re a footballer facing a stadium full of abusing fans plus, how one bad chant can affect a player. There’s stories about Michael Duberry and Graeme Souness and Crouchy tells us what’s it like when Old Trafford boos you in your first few appearances...
On this week’s podcast Chris and Rosie discuss caravans, crisp packet colours and lying about sexual partners. They have a great question from Radio Royalty Sara Cox plus they answer the age old question – Ant OR Dec?
From crazy formations to bizarre instructions from a manager, Peter Crouch takes us inside the baffling world of tactics. He tells Chris Stark and Tom Fordyce what Rafael Benitez, Tony Pulis and Harry Redknapp are like on the training ground and the scariest player Crouch has ever come up against.
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Deontay Wilder once again proved his punching power by knocking out Dominic Breazeale in their WBC heavweight title contest. Mike and Steve ask where it ranks in the annals of great heavyweight knockouts and debate whether this changes their opinion of who would win between Wilder, Anthony Joshua...
For the first episode in season 4, Gi is joined by chef, author, presenter and mum of 3, Nadiya Hussein.
Failure can feel lonely and final. But can we learn from failure, even reframe it, to feel more like a temporary setback? This hour, TED speakers on changing a crushing defeat into a stepping stone. Guests include entrepreneur Leticia Gasca, psychology professor Alison Ledgerwood, astronomer Phil...
There are a lot of Gothic churches in Spain, but this one is different. It doesn’t look like a Gothic cathedral. It looks organic, like it was built out of bones or sand. But there’s another thing that sets it apart from your average old Gothic cathedral: it isn’t actually old. Gaudí wasn’t able...
Who would you say are the best UK live performers? Are good live shows rare? Let us know. J2K also joins us again to have a little business talk. First though........RIHANNA LIVES IN LONDON???? #HalfcastPodcast @ChuckieOnline @PoetsCornerUK Guest: @J2Klive
Frank Skinner's on Absolute Radio every Saturday morning and you can enjoy the show's podcast right here. Radio Academy Award winning Frank, Emily and Alun bring you a show which is like joining your mates for a coffee... So, put the kettle on, sit down and enjoy UK commercial radio's most...
Lisa Kudrow talks with Marc about genealogy, headaches, Jon Lovitz, Conan, The Comeback, Booksmart, her friends the Friends.
As a driver Felipe Massa experienced every emotion under the sun: The joy of winning races for Ferrari; the utter despair of losing a world title at the final race of the year; and the huge uncertainty of recovery from life-threatening injuries. This week on Beyond The Grid, supported by Bose,...
Nigel Farage’s Brexit party is expected to top the polls in this week’s European elections in the UK. His calls to leave the EU immediately without a deal have proved appealing to many voters who feel betrayed that Brexit is yet to be delivered. The Guardian’s Peter Walker describes a reshaping...
Warning: This podcast contains strong opinions, rants, words and complete and utter honesty. This week, the girls are finally back live! So we're catching up on all the big stories from the week's we've missed, plus updates from the girls including their charity brunch, holidays, podcast...
This week’s hometowns include a badass mom and Ed Kemper’s house.
During the 1950s and ’60s, Australian reporter and journalist Rupert Murdoch became the senior executive of his own private news proprietor company... Episode narrated by the [Anonymous Host]( Episode researched and written by [Milly...
We bring more of your favourite polyphonic ringtones – remember Encore Une Fois? or Babycakes? Also listener Ryan has a problem with his works Instagram and has Lewis Capaldi been on Radio 1 more than anyone else ever?
This week, as the country goes to the polls for European elections, we ask: has Brexit devoured the far left (00:40)? We also speak to an unlikely Boris supporter – Matthew Parris – on the merits of a Boris leadership for Remainers (14:15). And last, do you own books to read, or to show off...
In this episode, Belinda discovers an unusual room in her office, lined, from floor to ceiling, in leather tiles.
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Benjamin Wittes about both volumes of the Mueller Report. You can support the Making Sense Podcast and receive subscriber-only content at
This week Rosie and Chris recorded the podcast accompanied by some wine! They discuss airport etiquette, putting on dirty clothes after a shower, their worst argument and Rosie gives some advice involving Skittles and shares a hidden talent.
The Ellises are back to fix our lives
Author, blogger and podcaster Deborah James on living with bowel cancer and busting taboos with her Sun column and the You Me and the Big C podcast. Maria Miller, chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee is introducing a Ten Minute Rule Bill to outlaw discriminatory redundancies. ...
Chris and Rosie bring you this episode of Sh**ged Married Annoyed from a studio in London. They chat about the stages of being away from your kids, the great crisp debate and family peeing (is this a thing?). They also answer your questions which this week cover sex injuries, praise for chores...
Nicola Roberts of Girls Aloud, rugby ref Nigel Owens, rapper and comic Doc Brown and The Lightning Seeds frontman Ian Broudie join Colin Murray and pick out favourite tracks from their record collections. Categories include the greatest line of rap, songs that make the heart soar and a playlist...
It's another packed Weekender, and bringing you into the weekend to preview ALL the action are Dan Austin, Dan Nicholson, Dan Morgan, Lizzi Doyle and Adam Melia. Also in the show Josh Sexton chats to Terry McDermott about Liverpool's first ever European Cup win, John Gibbons talks to Jennifer...
There's more to footballers' celebrations that Peter Crouch's 'Robot' and this episode covers everything from supporters in the stand to those players who just don't know what to do after hitting the back of the net. If you've never heard the story of how 'The Robot' started you'd never guess,...
With Isabel Hardman and Katy Balls. Presented by Cindy Yu.
The life of a goalkeeper is a strange one, so we've dedicated an episode to those who try and stop Crouch from scoring. He'll talk about how and why the art of goalkeeping has dramatically changed, the art of scoring one-on-ones and why all goalies fancy themselves as an outfield player. Everyone...
As a taller man it's fair to say Crouch has had his struggles with football kits. We'll discover what strips he loved as a youngster and what really goes on at a club kit launch. There's plenty of chat about shocking kits from past and present and how important squad numbers are to a modern...
What is the human cost of fashion, how do our choices impact on others, is feminism at odds with fast fashion and how do you define sustainable fashion? Livia Firth, the founder of the green carpet challenge is talking us through her journey with bringing glamorous, sustainable fashion to the...
Accepting our bodies as they are, cultivating a positive relationship with food and stepping out of diet culture. We talk to nutritionist and intuitive eating expert Pandora Paloma about how to make this happen, how to reclaim our thought patterns around food and how to stop defining ourselves by...
In this episode of Sh**ged Married Annoyed, Chris & Rosie discuss arguing tactics, eating in bed, parenting styles and the woes of recycling. They also hear from a listener who wants to thank them for invigorating his sex life, who knew?
Britain’s prime minister Theresa May has at last revealed the date she will step down. She had the unenviable task of trying to deliver Brexit, which she failed to, and her successor may not fare any better. President Donald Trump has lost crucial legal battles over his financial records, and...
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