Episodes
Have you ever wondered what famous people actually eat? In our new podcast, Guardian restaurant critic Grace Dent does just that, asking well-known guests to lift the lid on the food they turn to when they’re at home alone – and what comfort foods have seen them through their lives. In the first episode, screenwriter Russell T Davies tells Grace about his childhood in Swansea, the delights of Woolworth’s pork and egg pies, and how his husband’s death informed his latest TV series, It’s a Sin....
Published 07/01/21
Published 07/01/21
Rhianna Dhillon reveals the final nominees in this year’s British Podcast awards. With the winners announced on Saturday, sample shows from Russell Brand, Penguin Books and more
Published 05/18/18
All this week Rhianna Dhillon is playing the hits from the British Podcast Award 2018 nominees. Today, it’s the best culture, sports and interview podcasts
Published 05/17/18
Rhianna Dhillon explores this year’s nominees for the best family, fiction and most original podcast
Published 05/16/18
Rhianna Dhillon reveals the nominees for best comedy and true crime podcasts at this year’s British Podcast Awards
Published 05/15/18
Sample the choice cuts all this week from this year’s nominees in this Guardian taster series. Today: the best new and current affairs shows.
Published 05/14/18
Cafe Oto co-founder Hamish Dunbar guides us through some of his favourite recordings from the renowned east London experimental music venue
Published 05/01/18
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the world-renowned experimental music venue, musicians, staff and volunteers tell the story of how an abandoned Dalston paint factory was transformed into a vibrant international hub of creativity. Featuring Thurston Moore, David Toop, and more
Published 05/01/18
Our new culture podcast, The Start, brings major artists to the mic to reveal how they began their careers. In this first episode, Sofia Coppola talks about the fear and the thrill of directing her debut film, The Virgin Suicides
Published 01/25/18
Events come to a head in the final episode of our audio drama series. Will the wedding even take place?
Published 11/24/17
A series of answerphone messages reveal what really happened in 2007
Published 11/24/17
Can Daniel discover the truth before it’s too late?
Published 11/24/17
Charlotte uncovers a decade of deceit in the third episode of our audio drama podcast
Published 11/24/17
Charlotte arrives at the wedding venue, and makes an unexpected discovery
Published 11/24/17
Ten years after university, a group of friends gather for a wedding in the Lake District. But all is not as it seems...
Published 11/24/17
Gnocchi or nookie? For our last meal in this series about British mealtimes, it’s a romantic dinner for two as host Hersha Patel explores how our food habits have changed over the years – and celebrates the art of eating together
Published 10/02/17
In this series about British mealtimes, host Hersha Patel explores how our food habits have changed over the years. This week, it’s time to find the perfect recipe for a duvet day
Published 09/27/17
In this series about British mealtimes, host Hersha Patel explores how our food habits have changed over the years – and celebrates the art of eating together. This week it’s time to have friends and family round for a dinner party
Published 09/22/17
In this series about British mealtimes, host Hersha Patel explores how our food habits have changed over the years – and celebrates the art of eating together. This week speed and comfort rule with TV dinners
Published 09/15/17
In this series about British mealtimes, host Hersha Patel explores how our food habits have changed over the years – and celebrates the art of eating together. First up, the traditional Sunday lunch
Published 09/08/17
Get inspired with this pick of the smartest series made in Britain, as chosen by the judges of the British Podcast Awards 2017.
Published 04/27/17