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A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Chris Wesseling, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal bring you all news around the league including Clay Matthews heading to the Rams along with Blake Bortles (05:43:27), Randall Cobb signing with the Cowboys (11:54:21) and what Le’Veon Bell had to say about...
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This week on Walking The Dog Emily goes out for a stroll with comic and author of the acclaimed best selling book This Is Going To Hurt, Adam Kay. Emily brings along Archie a golden lurcher from the Dog’s Trust for her chat with Adam in West London. They talk about Adam’s childhood growing up in...
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Guess what? We still don’t know what Brexit means… Editor: Dino Sofos
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From his many addictions through to his very public recovery, Russell Brand has some things to say about the way we live our lives. In this episode, Fearne travels to his home to discuss childhood, his path to recovery and the tools we need to find our own happy place.   Thanks to our sponsor,...
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Handsome boy Joel Dommett – off of Netflix and ‘I’m a Celeb…’ – orders his dream meal this week. Or does he? Ed and James aren’t too happy about his choices… Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography) and Amy Browne (illustrations) Watch...
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Fi and Jane talk football, Formula 1 and failed exams with BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey. The queens of the involuntary sound take advice on getting a blemish free complexion as they attempt to join the world of football punditry.
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Dan, James, Anna and Andy discuss gingerbread in the toilet, the invention of wing mirrors, and silent movie bags.
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Directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck talk to Simon about Captain Marvel. Plus the UK Box Office Top 10 and Mark reviews the week's new films including Captain Marvel, The Kindergarten Teacher and Everybody Knows. Download the Kermode and Mayo podcast from the BBC Sounds app. Email:...
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There's an industry of people working to eliminate bad police behavior. They're not activists or protestors. They're insurers.
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Iain and Jacqui take you through the astonishing developments on Brexit this week, discuss Jacqui’s love for caravanning, and whether caravan sites are centres for debauchery and swinging. Iain reveals a secret love for the Dutch language and they debate whether Birmingham schools are right to...
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As the PM heads to Brussels to face another battle of wills with the EU commission president, the Guardian’s Patrick Wintour describes the bitter history between Jean-Claude Juncker and the UK – and the latest chapter of the fraught Brexit talks as May pushes for a postponement. Plus: Daniel...
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Not only does Aisling Bea order her dream meal, the comedian and actor treats the restaurant to Hollywood anecdotes and introduces us to rappers Young Coconut, Big Gulp and Tiny Bites. Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography) and Amy...
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All of us know someone who has had the unfortunate experience of being cheated on, maybe it’s even happened to you.Whether cheating has happened to you in the past or are just looking to strengthen your current relationship, this episode is for you.We take a look at the science and statistics...
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Paul Merton, Sheila Hancock, Josh Widdicombe and Julian Clary join Nicholas Parsons for the panel game where the challenge is to speak without hesitation, repetition or deviation. Produced by Matt Stronge. A BBC Studios Production.
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Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown shares what it was like to run a country, the effect it had on his personal life and what life is like after being in power. A Somethin' Else and No Mystery production.
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Mike Wilson has some key loves in his life – his sourdough starter, his wife and children (obviously), but also the cult rock group of his formative years - The Smiths. Jangly and heartfelt it’s perfect music for the tortured soul; albeit one with a comfortable and privileged life. Until that is,...
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Big Jim and Goodey arrive in the studio after spending two days travelling down from Murrayfield with the Calcutta Cup and Darren Cave joins them in the studio to discuss all things Six Nations. We catch up with Wales centre Scott Williams to discuss their Grand Slam hopes and hear from Red Roses...
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In 1943, Grimsby was hit by a new type of weapon: butterfly bombs, also know as cluster bombs. James Rogers tells Dan about the terrifying experience of being attacked by cluster bombs, and how they've been used around the world since. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and...
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James O'Brien meets Simon Amstell as he reveals the inspiration behind his film Benjamin, his struggles with social confidence and how his life experiences have spilt into his career. Join James O’Brien as he sits down with Simon Amstell in an in-depth, candid interview for the third episode of...
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With Brexit literally hours away, we convene Leaver-turned-Article-50-Revoker **ROLAND SMITH** and law and policy expert **DAVID ALLEN GREEN** to stare into the abyss. How did we get here? What could happen next? Has May engineered a Hobson’s Choice between her Bad Deal and No Deal? And what...
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Every month Woman's Hour is joined by top chefs and cooks about how to perfect well loved dishes. Mary Berry takes the lead this week and tells us how to make a limoncello trifle. According to the latest government crime survey for England and Wales, ketamine, a powerful horse tranquilizer and...
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On this weeks show...David has a personal trainer now, and Jason remembers when he used to be in great shape. Also, a group of girls wouldn't stop touching David's butt, a shockingly good episode of JTWP, and the guys love being friends with John Stamos.Welcome to VIEWS.Check out Jason and...
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In this episode of Invisibilia, we explore our relationship with uncertainty through the eyes of a chief meteorologist. We wonder: what do you do when you don't know what to do? And how do we handle it when that question has no answer?
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Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches This week we are breaking away to form our own independent topical comedy show. Listen in as Gareth Gwynn delves into the archive to explore our relationship with Europe and Suzi Ruffell battles trolls... Jake Yapp...
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Dan, James, Anna and Andy discuss talking NASA dolphins, Robert Louis Stevenson's death and how any parents have a favourite child.
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It's Boxing Day, we're feeling festive, and everyone's best friend Nish Kumar has popped in to order his favourite Christmas meal. Plus we need your help to #BringBackKumarsCobbler Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography) and Amy Browne...
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There's been widespread praise for Jacinda Ardern handling of the terrorist attack in Christchurch. She's been held up as an example of how women leaders can handle some problems better. But do women leaders really do things differently? Journalist Anne McElvoy and former special adviser Ayesha...
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Over her amazing career she's made millions laugh - and isn't shy of a good chuckle herself. But what makes Dawn French happy? And what are the difficult decisions has she made over her sixty years that have helped her stay so positive? Fearne travels to Cornwall, to Dawn's family home, to find...
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Writer ….. Naylah Ahmed Director ….. Marina Caldarone Editor ….. Jeremy Howe David Archer ..... Timothy Bentinck Ruth Archer ..... Felicity Finch Pip Archer ..... Daisy Badger Kenton Archer ….. Richard Attlee Jolene Archer ….. Buffy Davis Helen Archer.... Louiza Patikas Tom Archer ….. William...
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When Aldi arrived in Britain, Tesco and Sainsbury’s were sure they had nothing to worry about. Three decades later, they know better • Read the text version here. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
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Ugo, Danny and Chris are joined by Ken Owens, who’s not slept since the final whistle in Cardiff, to reflect on Wales' Grand Slam success. Much to Danny’s delight, Ryan Wilson returns to talk Scotland’s ridiculous comeback at Twickenham. We ask if Ireland should be pressing the panic button as...
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While the search for Atlantis has been pushed to the fringes since the 19th century, archaeologists have quietly pursued cities that may have inspired Plato to fabricate the mythical city. It looks like a team in Greece has found it. Learn more about your ad-choices at...
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European leaders nixed Theresa May’s request to postpone Brexit for three months, but have given her a short-term reprieve - delaying it by a few weeks and possibly longer. Thailand is about to hold its first election since the military seized power five years ago. The only hitch is that the...
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Gordon Duncan, Hugh Keevins & Derek Johnstone take your calls... Tune in weeknights from 6-8pm and Saturday afternoons on Clyde 1 to have your say on Scottish Football AND for all the big match action. Now if you've missed a show you can catch up here or if you just want to listen again to...
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Today I explain about the fundamental pillars often not spoken about for life, let alone dieting.
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We're back with another episode! This time we're answering your dilemmas in our minisode 'Your Receipts'. You can send us your dilemmas by emailing: keepthereceipts@gmail.com and we'll answer them anonymously on the podcast. #TheReceiptsPodcast is a fun, honest podcast fronted by three girls...
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Melvyn Bragg and guests dicuss what it means to be oneself, a question explored by philosophers from Aristotle to the present day, including St Augustine, Kierkegaard, Heidegger and Sartre. In Hamlet, Polonius said 'To thine own self be true', but what is the self, and what does it mean to be...
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Love Island's Dr Alex will be answering your health-related questions in his new podcast next week - if you have something on your mind, let him know at askdralexgeorge@gmail.com. Even better, email a voice memo. AND don't forget to subscribe to hear the first episode when it drops...
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Bryan Callen joins Theo to choose who will advance in round one of This Past Weekend's State Wars March Madness.
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Original broadcast date: June 19, 2015. We live our lives by the calendar and the clock, but time is also an abstraction, even an illusion. In this hour, TED speakers explore how our sense of time changes depending on who and where we are. Guests include director Cesar Kuriyama, poet Rives,...
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Writer ….. Mary Cutler Director ….. Jenny Thompson Editor ….. Jeremy Howe Jill Archer ….. Patricia Greene Ruth Archer ….. Felicity Finch Pip Archer ….. Daisy Badger Ben Archer ..... Ben Norris Kenton Archer ….. Richard Attlee Jolene Archer ….. Buffy Davis Tony Archer ….. David Troughton Pat...
Bill’s guests are Irshad Manji, Larry Charles, Kristen Soltis Anderson, Evelyn Farkas, Eric Swalwell. (Originally aired 3/22/19)
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In this episode, Carrie and Celinde discuss Betty Boop, Jessica Rabbit and other brilliant animated ladies!
Gandalf himself, Sir Ian McKellen, talks about the roles that shaped his career, being gay when it was still illegal and what it was like coming out in his late 40s. If you’re easily offended, there are some swears. A Somethin’ Else and No Mystery production.
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Shaking the remains of the day away with some easy cooking by way of IKEA and TJs. (You can find all of our sponsors or become a patron on our new website http://www.sleepwithmepodcast.com story starts at about 18:00) Check out “Conversations With People Who Hate Me” with Dylan Marron in your...
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