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Best Art UK podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Art UK podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A podcast exploring the interesting ways art meets popular culture and non-traditional art topics... We look at what art history and visual culture can tell us about the world around us, and how our everyday interests make us excellent art critics. Hosted by Ferren Gipson.
 
Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcasts every Tuesday and Friday. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared.
 
Welcome to the greatest show in the multiverse! Strap yourself in for a rip-roaring rocketship ride! Blast off! Whoosh! From the back room of Altair City Spaceport's Rocket Tavern, the Captain discusses science fiction, fantasy, and horror; books, comics, movies, TV, games, toys, and whatever catches his art, music, and tech mad fancy. Produced using alien technology, eldritch powers, and caffeinated beverages, since the first recording on a Summer night in 2012 fuelled by two gin and tonics.
 
The VINTAGE Podcast is a fortnightly books podcast, released every other Sunday, hosted by Leena Norms. Author interviews, book news and discussions on subjects ranging from literary fiction to graphic novels, cookery to crime fiction, history and travel to biography and poetry. It comes from the publishers of Jo Nesbo, Nigella Lawson, Irvine Welsh, Haruki Murakami, Ian McEwan, Joe Sacco, Anne Enright, Mark Haddon and more. #VINTAGEPodcast
 
United Q - The Number 1 Barbecue Radio Podcast in the UK Brought to you by Daniel & Ben (BBQForte) A weekly podcast all about our favourite thing to do...Barbecue! We interview the biggest names in BBQ weekly discussing the most awesome thing on earth! Twitter: @UQUnitedQ @BBQForte Instagram: @UnitedQPodcast @BBQForte Blog: www.UnitedQ.com www.BBQForte.com Soundcloud: UnitedQ Itunes Podcast: UnitedQ
 
The podcast for those who like their knitting, yarn and comedy in equally large measures. Hosted by UK knitter Jo Milmine, there are regular interviews with all your favourite designers and dyers. Get the latest knitting news, yarn and pattern book reviews, show updates along with local yarn shop visits and knitting related travel. Business minded? Enjoy the interviews with knitting and yarn entrepreneurs for top tips and inspiration on making it in the industry. Enjoy the finest funny knitt ...
 
Live Art UK is a network of 27 venues, promoters and facilitators who collectively represent a range of practices and are concerned with all aspects of the development and promotion of the Live Art sector. The network aims to be a representative voice for Live Art practices and initiatives in the UK.
 
Stitchery Stories... Where textile artists share their life in fabric and thread. Embroidery. Textile Art. Inspiration, Techniques, Disasters and Delights. Join embroidery enthusiast and textile art dabbler, Susan Weeks, in her friendly weekly chats with UK textile artists. Discover how they got started. Share the lessons learned along the way. Get excited about what they are working on at the moment. Learn how they keep their business growing, their creativity flowing, and get a sneak peek ...
 
Established in 1999, the Live Art Development Agency has both responded to, and impacted upon, the increasingly influential nature of Live Art practices in the UK and internationally by developing an extensive portfolio of specialized resources, opportunities, projects and publishing activities; and by working strategically, in partnership, and in consultation with practitioners and organisations in the cultural sector. This is a platform for LADA to share content and recordings of artists a ...
 
The Poetry Society was founded in 1909 to promote "a more general recognition and appreciation of poetry". Since then, it has grown into one of Britain's most dynamic arts organisations, representing British poetry both nationally and internationally. Today it has more than 4000 members worldwide and publishes the leading poetry magazine, The Poetry Review. With innovative education and commissioning programmes and a packed calendar of performances, readings and competitions, the Poetry Soci ...
 
I'm a creator from the UK who loves talking about art and life and getting my hands on anything creative. Yelling at concrete is a weekly podcast for coffee and conversation, taking a look at the life and interests of the guests who chat with me as well as taking an introverted look at topics Im interested in! You can find out more about my work and podcast at: Facebook.com/yellingatconcrete / instagram.com/yellingatconcrete / and youtube.com/yellingatconcrete See acast.com/privacy for priva ...
 
The Game Development show for indie developers, Inside Indie Games’ explores what it is that inspires and motivates games developers make the games they do. Our community of independent games developers are among the brightest and best in UK games dev talent and, on this show, we're tapping into their expertise and experience, to find out how you can build your own successful games company. Learn from the experts what challenges, successes and opportunities are typical for independent games ...
 
The Team Deakins podcast is an ongoing conversation between acclaimed cinematographer Roger Deakins and James Deakins, his collaborator, about cinematography, the film business and whatever other questions are submitted. We start with a specific question and end....who knows where! We are joined by guests periodically. Followup questions can be posted in the forums at www.rogerdeakins.com.
 
Welcome to an hour of LISTENING LYRICS. Right here on KDRT 95.7FM in Davis, California. Listening Lyrics is a genre free zone - we feature the artist. What makes them do their thing. Listen to the hope and satisfaction in their voices. Listen to what only commercial free community radio can bring you. Close your eyes - open your ears - relax your mind. Join host Pieter Pastoor and co-host Jeanne Pastoor. Now lets enter, the mother of all that is music and lyrics and the human capability of p ...
 
Mark James Hammond presents his alter-ego, The Intelligentleman. A podcast in which Mark discusses his life and questions various things within it. Mark ponders life and takes you meandering through topics such as Anxiety, Culture, Depression, Music, Politics and Social issues. Please Subscribe! www.markjameshammond.com
 
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The division of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 into India and Pakistan saw millions uprooted and resulted in unspeakable violence. It happened far away, but it would shape modern Britain. In this week's episode Kavita Puri speaks to Rajini Vaidyanathan about how she tracked down and uncovered remarkable testimonies from former subjects of the Raj …
 
Tara Arts is a London-based multicultural theatre company which has only had one artistic director, Jatinder Verma MBE, since it was formed in 1977 until he stepped down earlier this year. He will be replaced by Abdul Shayek, a director originally from East London who has spent the last nine years based in Cardiff, initially working with National T…
 
After a deliberately quiet few months, Presidential frontrunner Joe Biden seized the news cycle this week by announcing Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. We hear about what she really stands for. And we ask what her time as California’s Attorney General tells us about how she would wield power in practice. John Prideaux, The Economist’s US…
 
Recent reports paint a dark picture, from heatwaves to hurricanes to high-water marks. But some promising trends—and pandemic-era economics—provide reasons for hope. We examine the night-time economy of the very swankiest parties, discovering a kind of beauty brokerage at work behind the scenes. And what baseball season reveals for other sports tha…
 
The State of Me, I Made Blackberry Preserve, Bad Haircut, The Umbrella Academy, Homeland, The Deceived, Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant to Star in Doctor Who Audio Drama, Monopoly Big Tech Special Edition Board Game, Has Anybody Seen My Girl? (Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue), Best of Bond James Bond 50th Anniversary Collection, Mauritius Oil S…
 
Yes that is correct, the genre of "Americana" is alive and well thanks to Jason McNiff who hails from the coast of Southern England. Jason also introduced us to Sarah Gillispie and we ended up the interview playing one of her songs. JASON MCNIFF is a British troubadour who has made five albums which people call Folk, or Americana, or Alt. Country. …
 
Jim’s set Robert the challenge of proving that Edmund’s rare bird-sighting claims are false. Robert analyses Edmund’s blog and finds an image on there to be fake. He reports his findings to Jim and hopes he’ll report Edmund to the ornithology society. Robert’s happy to have seen Jim again, he hopes Lynda can get out and about soon as well. Adam cou…
 
It's A-Level results day and much as expected, a large minority of A-Level grades from across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland have been downgraded. For some schools and colleges, more than half of their students have been affected. On the podcast, Cindy Yu talks to Fraser Nelson and Mary Curnock Cook, former head of Ucas about the government's…
 
Adapting “A Suitable Boy”, Vikram Seth’s epic novel about marriage, politics and social upheaval in newly independent India, for the small screen was a labour of love for its director. Mira Nair talks to Anne McElvoy about why she worked with a white writer on this Indian classic, the eternal fascination of the matchmaker and the yoga pose that get…
 
Will Harris and Nick Makoha, prizewinning poets both, talk about Nick’s poems in the spring 2020 issue of The Poetry Review and how these poems exemplify his interest in song, story and myth, the parameters of self, reconfiguring the problem of the white lens, and how the act of writing poems produces unlooked-for discoveries. Nick gives electrifyi…
 
Joe Biden’s choice of running mate is simultaneously groundbreaking and conventional, and reveals much about the state of the Democratic party. In China, a surprise court ruling draws attention to the plight of oft-overlooked LGBT people in the workplace. And Japan’s broad push for self-driving ships. For full access to print, digital and audio edi…
 
While Adam can’t get through to Alice he’s going to have to trust Brian’s updates on how she’s doing. He joins Ian and Xander in the garden playing with the toy farm. Later, while Xander sleeps Adam makes sure the toy farm is set up correctly. Ian thinks he’s a control freak for doing so. Alice calls Ed to ask if he can drive the grain trailer inst…
 
Gavin Williamson last night announced that A-level students getting their results tomorrow could appeal using mock exam grades. Meanwhile, today, new figures showed that the UK economy contracted by over 20 per cent between April and June. Amidst all this, why has Labour failed to show how they could govern the country better? Fraser Nelson speaks …
 
EPISODE 36 - LINUS SANDGREN - Cinematographer Team Deakins sits down for a conversation with cinematographer, Linus Sandgren. “I love the creation of the image.” We cover a lot of ground in our talk and touch on, among other things, Swedish films and sensibilities, working minimally, how important it is to find the right approach for each movie. He…
 
Alison Carpenter-Hughes is a mixed-media artist who loves free machine embroidery. Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Alison shares her life in fabric and thread. And since she decided to give her art practice her focus and 'go for it', there have been some fantastic opportunities reveal themselves to her. Alison talks about her ar…
 
The dramatic arrest of Jimmy Lai, a pro-democracy newspaper owner, reveals just how enthusiastically Beijing’s new security law will be deployed to quash any dissent. A reservoir is filling behind an enormous new dam in Ethiopia—and that has soured relations with Egypt downriver. And why Britain’s “urban explorers” may soon have far fewer derelict …
 
John has a huge magical CV - TV shows, BGT, Penn and Teller, and a Solo touring stage show. In this episode John shares his advice on finding your material and creating a full set. John shares his advice on gaining experience and not being afraid to fail. Stay until the end where John plays a song which he uses to close his shows! Thank you to John…
 
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ author Kevin Kwan chats to Nihal about his new book ‘Sex and Vanity’ - the story of a young woman who finds herself torn between two men. Kevin discusses some objects which have inspired him and chats to Nihal about why the island of Capri is so important to him, and how he used to make best dressed lists #PenguinPodcast ‘Sex an…
 
Robert goes to meet Jim at the bird hide but frets about Lynda being OK on her own. Robert’s surprised to see Jim has brought another person with him - Edmund. Robert is put out about this intrusion. He leaves the hide because with three people inside safe social distancing isn’t possible. Edmund, a new resident in Ambridge, has been boasting about…
 
As Covid-19 continues to suspend normal life across much of the globe, many commentators have argued the present moment offers a unique opening to re-imagine our societies and economic system. On this week's episode we delved into this topic with impact investor, Warren Valdmanis, and Michelle Meagher, founder of the inclusive Competition Forum, to…
 
Relations between America and China are at a fresh low. What do Donald Trump’s latest threats mean for Chinese businesses? Also, the coronavirus has had a disastrous effect on Saudi Aramco’s earnings. How can the state-controlled oil company weather the extreme conditions? And, the bumps ahead for America’s $800bn trucking industry. Rachana Shanbho…
 
After a week of feet dragging, the Scottish government has today dramatically U-turned on downgrading exam results for 76,000 students. Those who received lower marks will now revert to the original predicted grades given by their teachers. Meanwhile, we are two days away from the English A-Level results being out, so will Gavin Williamson also rec…
 
Anton, Mike and Al are back with this week's latest Nintendo Switch news, reviews, gossip and quiz. Leona reviews a game that has a huge discount on the eshop right now, but is the discount enough to justify buying it? GAMES WE TALK ABOUT INCLUDE The Alto Collection Pikmin 3 Deluxe Ogre Tale Regina & Mac Warframe, Heart of Deimos HYPERCHARGE: Unbox…
 
As clinical trials progress, policymakers must determine how heavily to fund the pre-emptive manufacture of candidate vaccines, and how to distribute the successful ones. Given Britain’s bungled pandemic response, the separatist mood in Scotland has surged to record levels. And travel tips from the vloggers of illegal migration. For full access to …
 
What is the true cost of that cheap coat that you buy on the high street? Whilst the price of clothing has gone down over the last sixty years, so has the quality. If you calculate the cost per wear of a cheap coat versus a quality, UK-made one you may be very surprised at what great value the more expensive one is. Try out our Cost Per Wear Calcul…
 
Missing the 2020 Edinburgh Fringe? Then fret no longer and join us as we serve up a bumper double-length episode launching the MusicalTalk Virtual Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Tuck into a veritable hotch-potch of songs, interviews, reviews, analysis and conversation about the shows you can see this year – online! We’ve found over forty Edfringe music…
 
Lynda looks forward to some time to herself while Robert takes Monty for a long walk. Her doctors are pleased with her recovery. About a month ago she had a very sore back but all seems well now. While gardening she muses on the plans for this year’s Flower and Produce Show and how Emma is running things as chairperson. Lynda prefers Fallon’s idea …
 
Over the weekend, the city of Preston in the north of England was partially locked down. But on what basis? Cindy Yu talks to Kate Andrews and Fraser Nelson about whether the government is implementing local lockdowns based on the right metrics. Subscribe to The Spectator's first podcast newsletter here and get each week's podcast highlights in you…
 
First it was Bytedance’s app TikTok, now it’s Tencent’s WeChat: the Trump administration’s fervour to ban or dismantle wildly popular Chinese apps is increasing. In these straitened times, employees naturally worry that robots and software are coming for jobs—but the pandemic may actually slow that transition. And Britain’s government suggests slim…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: the absent student, (9:55) Beirut: a city in ruins, (19:45) and why TV from China’s Hunan province has become so popular. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer See aca…
 
We talk to the translator of Stalingrad, the Russian Classic that is Vasily Grossman's prequel to Life and Fate ᛫ Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/vintagebooks ᛫ Sign up to our bookish newsletter to hear all about our new releases, see exclusive extracts and win prizes: po.st/vintagenewsletter ᛫ Music is Orbiting A Distant Planet by Quantum Jazz h…
 
This week it's about finding a mindless way to feel productive by painting the fence. There's a lot going on at Casa Shiny and my parents have been restricted again in Greater Manchester, along with a load of friends, so the 'rona is making its presence felt. Thus, I have included some quality Youtube material to give you a giggle, including the Fl…
 
The Economist's election forecast shows Joe Biden heading for a landslide victory. But August is not November. President Trump has recently shifted focus back to the coronavirus in an attempt to rescue his reelection bid and Republicans have outpaced Democrats in swing-state voter registration. How can fortunes change during a campaign? We ask Stua…
 
In this week's podcast Nina Schick speaks to Carl Miller about the rise of Deepfakes and what she believes is an impending 'Infocalypse'. Advances in AI mean that by scanning images of a person (for example using Facebook), a powerful machine learning system can create new video images and place them in scenarios and situations which never actually…
 
Belgium, Andorra and the Bahamas were added to the UK’s quarantine list yesterday evening, meaning Brits returning from those countries will be required to stay at home for two weeks. With Belgium’s neighbour, France, also seeing a surge in coronavirus cases, will they be next? Gus Carter speaks to Katy Balls – who is on holiday in Paris – and Jame…
 
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