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Best London podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best London podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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London Real is a video talk show that introduces you to the most fascinating people in the world. It is broadcast from studios in Shoreditch, East London to television and online platforms including London Live TV, YouTube and iTunes and is hosted by Brian Rose. Tired of being spoon-fed from the mainstream media, we’ve set out to offer a fresh, unscripted and unedited look into the world of real people. From activists to scientists, authors to fighters, politicians to drug smugglers – we pre ...
 
Free monthly funky house podcast from London UK. No chat, just pure up front tunes blended by one of the Uk's top house music podcasters. Find me on facebook and iTunes under the name: Funky House London . Join the growing fanbase of worldwide subscribers. A warm thanks to those that comment on the show. Your feedback is important.
 
Two girls from London and Essex chatting about mental health, pop culture and random shenanigans. Hosted by Vic and Jas. @blackgalslivin on all socials Vic Twitter: https://twitter.com/victoriasanusi Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vicsanusi/ Jas Twitter: https://twitter.com/jas_bw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jas_bw/ Holla at us using the hashtag #blackgalslivin
 
Secret Leaders promises a collection of contrasting, irreverent interviews with the high-flying CEOs and forward-thinking founders of some of the most successful businesses in the UK and the US right now, including Martha Lane Fox (Lastminute.com), Anne Boden (Starling Bank), Jed McCaleb (Ripple, Mt.Gox and Stellar) and Jason Calacanis (first Uber investor).
 
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Remember when we all got together and ran in person events? Recorded live at The Steelyard, Episode 74 features the highlights from our event with Google Cloud, including what their plans are for insurance and they type of companies they want to work with. InsTech London’s Robin Merttens and Matthew Grant talked to Damion Thompson, Head of Insuranc…
 
6 Nights of live radio concludes "Tonight" at 8pm LCRFM will whisk you off to Club Tropicana. DJ Andros will be playing summer vibes to uplift your spirits during these extremely difficult times. Join our virtual party, stay socially connected through the power of music. Get involved in our private messenger chat which runs throughout the show to m…
 
Lars Iyer, author of the Spurious trilogy and Wittgenstein Jr. revisits philosophy in his latest novel Nietzsche and the Burbs (Melville House). Set in a modern secondary school, Iyer’s novel follows a group of students through their last few weeks of school, centring on an enigmatic and charismatic recent transferee from private education, nicknam…
 
In this difficult time we're changing our programming to focus on the industries response the Coronavirus. This will include some of the latest news from articles from The Stage & phone conversations with artists.If you'd like to get in touch please email thelondontheatrepodcast@gmail.com All articles are from The Stage. https://www.thestage.co.uk/…
 
Isaiah Wellington-Lynn joins me for a convo about how he went from growing up on a council estate in Stratford to attending Harvard University, what it has been like to straddle both privilege and societal deprivation, and our different perspectives on the evolution/creation debate. And as we celebrate all the wonderful Mum’s in our world, Isaiah d…
 
The largest financial transaction of your life is also your last – dying! Get it wrong and Boris gets more money for vanity bridges and your relatives are left with a mess on their hands and potentially plenty of squabbles. Get it right and it is smooth for them and you minimise being taxed twice on the same income. The whole death-related industry…
 
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