1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.
  2. Hi Guest, welcome to the TES Community!

    Connect with like-minded education professionals and have your say on the issues that matter to you.

    Don't forget to look at the how to guide.

    Dismiss Notice

favourite podcasts please!

Discussion in 'Personal' started by senlady, Mar 7, 2016.

  1. senlady

    senlady Senior commenter

    Looking for new inspiration for a long journey.

    Current likes are:
    From our own correspondent
    The MOTH
    Inside science
    More or less
    The Archers

    Any suggestions welcome
     
  2. Nanook_rubs_it

    Nanook_rubs_it Star commenter

  3. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    This American Life can be both brilliant and dreadful, depending on what topics they cover. There's certainly something for everyone there, whether you're interested in babies and home life, the horrors of war of what Yanks get up to in their daily lives, which so far as I can tell, is as diverse and inexplicable as all of the rest of the world all put together.
     
  4. senlady

    senlady Senior commenter

    Ah yes, this American life. As you say Duke, I find it very hit and miss, some episodes gripping, others I have to switch off.

    I enjoy the TEDtalks podcasts on some themes interesting too.
     
  5. lizziescat

    lizziescat Star commenter

    Well my BBC podcast list includes

    In our Time
    The Bottom Line (Business but have some interesting topics)
    Word of Mouth - (if your interested in Language)
    A history of Britain in numbers (I think this is still available)
    Drama of the Week
    Comedy of the Week (a bit hit and miss)
    Friday Night Comedy
     
  6. FrankWolley

    FrankWolley Star commenter

    From the BBC:

    The Moral Maze
    Ramblings
    Kermode & Mayo's Film Review
    Last Word
    Great Lives
    In Our Time

    Non-BBC:

    The Mike Harding Folk Show
    Folkcast
     
  7. lizziescat

    lizziescat Star commenter

    :oops:
    Mortified by typo - too late to edit.


    Thank you for starting this thread. I've already added 2 to my pod-cast list.
     
  8. senlady

    senlady Senior commenter

    ah, some interesting things that I did not even realise had a pod cast - IN OUR TIME - I usually catch about 15mins of this and then am gutted that I have to get out of the car, this is a revelation. Ditto to Drama of the week.

    Folk ones sound much of interest too.

    brilliant!
     
  9. senlady

    senlady Senior commenter

    Just found Thinking Allowed as a podcast :D
     
  10. MrsArmitage

    MrsArmitage Occasional commenter

    I love 'the infinite monkey cage' with Robin Ince and Brian Cox, and Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast (RHLSTP!)
     
    senlady likes this.
  11. senlady

    senlady Senior commenter

    Love Infinite Monkey Cage but series is all listened out!
     
  12. emerald52

    emerald52 Star commenter

    Serial is great! It's a brilliant American story of a lawyer reviewing a legal case.
     
  13. senlady

    senlady Senior commenter

    Ah, listened to all Serial series one was completely hooked, not begun series 2 yet.

    @FrankWolley may I thank you for the folk suggestions I am absolutely loving them no idea how I missed them as a Northumbian (by choice not birth) I am a big Mighty Doonans, tickell, unthanks type music fan so they are right up my street - a great listen!
     
  14. Nanook_rubs_it

    Nanook_rubs_it Star commenter



    This was one of the brilliant ones for me:

    http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/586/who-do-we-think-we-are

    When Mariya Karimjee was little, members of her family made a decision that would affect her entire life. Years later, she wants to know why. (32 minutes)

     
    Duke of York likes this.
  15. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

  16. Gemspecs

    Gemspecs New commenter

    Answer Me This and The Modern Mann are both brilliant, as is Strangers!
     

Share This Page