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Best BBC Radio 5 Lives podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best BBC Radio 5 Lives podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Welcome to the Stephen Nolan Audio channel.BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC One.Stephen will use this to communicate personally with you and you will also find key audio from his radio and tv shows.To contact the show: nolan@bbc.co.ukStephen direct: stephen.nolan@bbc.co.ukTwitter: @stephennolan
 
A weekly podcast: Join Dave Pickering on his journey to get better acquainted with the people he knows. Part interview show, part oral history project and part autobiography through conversation.British Podcast Award 2017 winner (bronze in Best Interview category)GBA was nominated for a 2012 Radio Production Award, aired for 3 seasons on Resonance 104.4 FM and was featured on BBC Radio 4's In Pod We Trust, BBC Radio 5 Live’s Helen and Olly's Required Listening and has been recommended by The ...
 
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Is Villa conceding late goals against top sides a self-fulfilling prophecy and could Tottenham sleepwalk their way to Champions League football? Lee Hendrie, Melissa Reddy and Ben Haines join Emma Saunders to discuss a crazy match at Villa Park with big implications at both ends. Plus, is Jordan Henderson now undeniably world class, could a siege m…
 
England achieved their second highest ever T20 run chase to beat South Africa and take the T20 series. We hear from winning captain Eoin Morgan on what they’ve learnt from the series, and whether Alex Hales has an England future. Jos Buttler talks about his relief at the end of a difficult tour for him, and reveals that he worried that he wouldn’t …
 
What next for Manchester City after the club's suspension from Europe?With all the speculation over Jadon Sancho moving clubs in the summer – the Squad talk about where they’d like to see him go. The Women’s FA Cup is in full swing – former player Rosie Kmita reflects on her time in the final last year with West Ham. And what is the Squad's favouri…
 
Mark Chapman presents a look back at Saturday's Premier League and EFL action, as Liverpool go 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League with a 1-0 win at Norwich. We hear from Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and Norwich boss Daniel Farke. There's also reaction from St Mary's where Burnley beat Southampton to go 10 points clear of the rel…
 
Alistair Bruce-Ball and Clinton Morrison took your calls on all of Saturday’s football action.Fans rang in both attacking and defending the decision to ban Manchester City from European competitions for two years for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations.Liverpool fans reacted to their 1-0 win away at Norwich, as they went 25 points clear at th…
 
BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz, sports broadcaster Bianca Westwood, sports journalist Thom Gibbs and comedian Elis James join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment.Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction.In the final round, the top two p…
 
Another day, another final-ball nailbiter in South Africa, this time it’s England who edge it to level the series. Tom Curran talks us through his final over, Eoin Morgan explains just how he manages to stay so calm under pressure, and Jonny Bairstow says that he’s looking forward to having some time at home after being dropped for the Sri Lanka se…
 
Emma Saunders, former Manchester City midfielder Michael Brown, ex Wolves winger Michael Kightly, Senior Football Reporter Ian Dennis & Football Reporter for BBC Sport Simon Stone discuss the news that Manchester City have been banned from European club competition for the next two seasons after being found to have committed "serious breaches" of U…
 
Eleanor Catton, who in 2013 became the youngest writer to win the Booker Prize for her monumental novel The Luminaries, talks about her screenplay for the new film adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, she tells Nikki Bedi why she thinks Emma is such a fascinatingly flawed heroine. After falling from favour in the last decade, the Rom-Com is on the reb…
 
Anya Taylor-Joy talks Emma. Plus film reviews including Jim Carrey in Sonic the Hedgehog and animation Spycies. Mark and Simon chat through all the films worth seeing in UK cinemas in the UK Box Office Top Ten, we tell you the best and worst films on TV next week and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week. 00:23:05 Box Office To…
 
Will Liverpool go unbeaten in the Premier League this season?Mark Ogden believes Arsenal will be desperate to stop them from also becoming Invincibles when they meet in May.Robbie speaks to Burnley manager Sean Dyche who reflects on the benefits of having a winter break.Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes discusses what are Man United …
 
Darren and Elly are joined by Alice Dearing who is aiming to be at Tokyo 2020 and become the first ever black female swimmer to represent Great Britain. Plus we hear from CEO of UK Sport Sally Munday on the current state of UK Athletics, after they announced an unprecedented review amid “major concerns”. And with Israel Folau set to make his debut …
 
Comedian David Mitchell discusses his West End debut playing William Shakespeare in Ben Elton’s stage adaptation of the BBC TV sitcom, Upstart Crow. The play, which also stars Gemma Whelan and Mark Heap, explores the realities of life for the man behind the drama as he attempts to resurrect his career and save London theatre form the puritans.Leadi…
 
Steve Crossman is joined by Kristof Terreur, Julien Laurens and Rafael Honigstein to look at the big stories from around Europe. The team reflect on Jurgen Klinsmann's departure from Hertha Berlin, look at the state of the Serie A title race and assess next week's games in the Champions League last 16. And after Emmanuel Adebayor made the move to P…
 
As we enter Valentine’s season Must Watch regulars Scott Bryan (@ScottyGB), Hayley Campbell (@HayleyCampbell) and Nihal Arthanayake (@TheRealNihal) pick their way through some of the greatest screen romances of all time.From Marge and Homer Simpson to Zammo and Jacqui from Grange Hill, who will make Nihal’s final list?They’re joined by extra specia…
 
Steve Crossman, Lincoln City manager Michael Appleton, former Stoke and Burnley striker John Walters & EFL expert Ali Maxwell react to Mauricio Pochettino’s comments that he’s looking for a return to Premier League management & which players Manchester United are eyeing up with big-money moves to Old Trafford.The panel also discuss the Premier Leag…
 
As South Africa beat England in a final-ball thriller at Buffalo Park, Eoin Morgan explains where England went wrong, and what they need to do to improve. Nick Hoult joins Simon Mann to talk uncharacteristic English sloppiness, and what they need to do for the rest of the series. Plus Ed Smith joins the podcast after announcing England’s Test squad…
 
Geeta Pendse presents Front Row from Leicester, home of the Leicester Comedy Festival, which is currently taking place in over ninety venues across the city. Comedians Eshaan Akbar and Ishi Khan talk about why Leicester is where they try out new material in Work in Progress shows. Geoff Rowe, who founded the festival 27 years ago, on what makes it …
 
Kelly Cates is joined by Mark Clemmit, former Hull City manager Phil Brown and ex-Nottingham Forest midfielder Kris Commons to examine how footballers should use social media. It follows Dele Alli's apology for a post he made on Snapchat which joked about the coronavirus outbreak. The team also reflect on Tuesday's EFL action, which saw promotion c…
 
Leopoldstadt is the area of Vienna where poor Jews lived, and the title of Tom Stoppard’s new play. It’s about a family who come from there but, cultured, clever, successful and assimilated, no longer live there when the play begins. It follows their story from 1899 to 1955, from fin de siècle optimism to the aftermath of the Holocaust. Talking to …
 
Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard discusses his new play, Leopoldstadt, in an extended interview.Leopoldstadt is the area of Vienna where poor Jews lived, and the title of Tom Stoppard’s new play. It’s about a family who come from there but, cultured, clever, successful and assimilated, no longer live there when the play begins. It follows their story fr…
 
The truth behind vitamins and supplements, whether we need them and which pills can actually cause serious harm. Tim Samuels also reveals the marketing secrets used to snare us in - from horny goats to snail trails; and the Mafia-like tactics of the industry which were straight out of the mob copybook. Mel Gibson makes a strange cameo too.For extra…
 
It might be the Winter break in the Premier League but it's a full strength team on the Monday Night Club podcast. Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Wright, Chris Sutton and Rory Smith as they dissect the weekend's football action. The team ask if Jordan Pickford should still be England's number one goalkeeper and if he was right to speak out about the…
 
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