We chat to amazing guests about their personal relationship with The Beatles, and discover how their lives and work have been influenced by the greatest band of them all. Guests include Adam Buxton, Jon Ronson, Mae Martin, Elis James, Josh Widdicombe, John Robins, Matthew E White, Kevin Eldon, Shaparak Khorsandi, Nish Kumar, Field Music and many more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nominated for best comedy podcast at the British Podcast Awards, acclaimed sketch trio Beattie Edmondson (the funny one), Camille Ucan (the funny one) and Rose Johnson (the funny one) have combined their two loves into one podcast: house parties and chatting sh*t. Expect exciting party themes, chaotic games, and a lot of oversharing with some amazing guest pals - think cocktails with Tom Allen, adventures into space with Mae Martin, and a film night with Brett Goldstein. "The funniest audio ...
Hosted by Beth Roars, The Roarcast holds a range of discussions about all things music. These include interviews with guests to chat about their journey through the music industry, as well as diving deeper into the world of music science, theory and history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sound Deals is the world’s premier (and only) Podcast Shopping Channel. Join hosts Max & Ivan (@maxandivan) and an array of special guests, as they are given made-up products to sell, and forced to improvise what they are and why YOU should buy them. Got a product you’d like featured? E-mail it to email@example.com!
What Women* Want is a comedy conversation podcast where comedians talk about, and find the funny in, the misadventures, misunderstandings and misogyny involved in being a woman. Hosted by Amy Annette and featuring different comedians and topics each time. (Contains little to no Mel Gibson) Upcoming guests in the series include; Rose Matafeo, Sara Pascoe, Lolly Adefope, Aisling Bea, Desiree Burch, Josie Long, Mae Martin, Bisha K Ali, Nish Kumar, James Acaster, Phil Wang and many more... Recor ...
Joe Weller, Theo Baker & Luke Martin present the crazy talk show: Wafflin', whereby they aim to discuss and debate anything and everything, through questions sent in from YOU, the listeners!
Sophie Duker, Heidi Regan and Ned Sedgwick are here to guide you through the bewildering pursuit of adulthood.
Lauren talks to the most interesting people around and gets them on your cultural radar. Plus, she delves into the worlds of maths and science with the stuff you need to know.
Narrative is power. It's time that we reclaim our stories and tell the truth about police violence, systemic racism, and power violence. Antwon Rose II, Mark Daniels, Christopher Thompkins, Bruce Kelly Jr., Leon Ford, Jordan Miles, Jonnie Gammage, Derron Grimmet, Maneia "Stoney" Bey, Romir Talley, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Jade Martin, Black Rapp Medusa, and many, many more #SayTheirNames
A podcast for people curious about art and the lives of artists, a conversation series produced by Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. MPRG is the region's premier public art gallery, supported by Mornington Peninsula Shire and other partners. Transcripts for our podcasts can be read here: https://mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au/LEARN/Podcasts/Transcripts
Underbelly survivor stories of abuse, struggle and triumph told by former Amish, Mennonite and Anabaptist members.
Iain Dale is joined by a panel of senior politicians and commentators to answer listener questions on the biggest stories of the week.
Sabrina Jalees talks to her favorite comedians about the pursuit of happiness and healthiness. Each episode features sexy conversations about comedy and life’s eternal bitch-slap, as well as uplifting cameos by Sabrina’s very Swiss mother, Ursula, with tips on happiness, healthiness and reminders to do your taxes. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
*Update - Oct 2021 You may have noticed The Imposter has been on a bit of an unofficial hiatus this past year. Some major life events have meant the podcast has had to take a back seat for a bit. Fortunately, there will be more free time coming up in the near future so get ready for some exciting new 'sodes. #GoodNewsEveryone Big Truss Internerds, 'Tis I, your graciously humble host, Amir. Proud graduate of Hampshire College and Plymouth University, lover of cheese, mayor of Dragon Town, sla ...
Oh No! Not... is a podcast about the lesser known recently deceased. Our goal is to shed light on the important people, places and things that may go by unnoticed.
We talk to our guests about a variety of topics ranging from spirituality, technology, politics, humanities, pop culture, science, history, health, relationships, etc. We hope to shine a spotlight on the complexity of one's character and explore the many dimensions of what makes a human an individual. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC35Q1MOLw_RTMizZaVAUwvA?
The Shadow Scape Podcast is a journey into the lives of the many individual creatives that make up the DNA of the music industry. From record executives to street buskers, our objective is to highlight and explore the many facets of this ever-changing ecosystem. Hosted and produced by Corey Martin and Sean Lea of Shadow Scape Records. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shadowscaperecords/support
Podcast by Joseph Phelan
St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air host Sarah Fenske brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
Three elephants at the St. Louis Zoo recently celebrated their 50th birthday. It’s a remarkable milestone, and zoological manager Katie Pilgram-Kloppe explains how the zoo provides specialized care for its “golden girls.”
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question are former deputy PM Sir David Lidington, Conservative MP Dr Dan Poulter, CLASS Director Ellie-Mae O'Hagan & the Institute for Government's Alex Thomas.By LBC
Speedskater Ian Quinn heads to the Winter Games in Beijing on Thursday. He discusses his humble beginnings as an 8-year-old kid in St. Louis and the changes he made to win a spot on the Olympic team after two previous attempts.
North St. Louis County residents lack options for high quality, affordable produce. A Red Circle is raising money for something its executive director believes will help meet the need: a community-owned and operated grocery store.
The new Wafflin' season continues in typical dodgy fashion. From hot sauce in the bedroom to Weller's extra small johnny's - you won't want to miss this,By Wafflin' by Joe Weller
The former director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources discusses the unprecedented buyout effort in lead-contaminated Herculaneum, Missouri, in 2003 — and what we can learn from that effort today.
Former Winfield, Missouri, police chief Betty Frizzell discusses how a toxic stew of mental illness, opioid abuse and domestic violence set her family on a tragic path — and her efforts to fight for her sister, who is now serving a life sentence for murder.
St. Louis has gone without a curbside recycling program for eight months now. 28th Ward Alderwoman Heather Navarro discusses what it will take for the city to again separate recyclables from trash.
A federal judge in St. Louis has spent years dealing with the case of the Missouri Primate Foundation, a Festus-based breeding compound where chimps were allegedly held in squalid conditions. Now the legal battle has a new focus: Did celebrity chimp Tonka die, or was he spirited away in violation of court orders?…
This week I sat down with Laura Mae Riepl and we learn all about isopods! Not only is Laura at the forefront of bringing isopods to the layperson through her partnership providing clean up crews to Petsmart but we also talk about how she manages and maintains over 500 isopod cultures! We learn all about her tips for feeding and housing isopods, tal…
Occupational therapy students help St. Louis’ homeless residents learn life skills, from setting goals to shopping. Washington University Assistant Professor Quinn Tyminski discusses the program’s benefits to both students and those they serve.
Listen to our special coverage of Gov. Mike Parson’s annual State of the State Address and the Democratic response from state Sen. Lauren Arthur. STLPR host Sarah Fenske guides our coverage along with statehouse reporter Sarah Kellogg and political correspondent Jo Mannies.
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour Mayor of North of Tyne Jamie Driscoll, Conservative MP Jackie Doyle-Price, Chief Executive of Best of Britain Naomi Smith & Political Youtuber Mahyar Tousi.By LBC
Bernie Lee of Akar and Kurt Bellon of Izumi discuss the communal St. Louis food scene, how it’s changed in the past few years — and how it feels to be recognized as an international hot spot for food.
Wolves are often villainized in media and folklore. The Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka, Missouri is on a mission to break that stereotype. Among other programs, the center invites people on wolf howls to learn more about these shy animals.
NEW YEAR NEW ME!! Nah jokes we can't be arsed with that. Instead, we're staying exactly the same and having a January party filled as usual with mad chat, insane games, and this week, a very sketchy grasp of physics. We're joined by the fabulous Mark O'Sullivan, co-creator and star of C4's Lee and Dean and exciting upcoming ITV2 show Tell Me Everyt…
Dr. Lauren Mitchell and Dr. Jennifer Allen explain why they’ve joined estimated 30-plus Missouri physicians by establishing clinics outside the insurance-based system. Direct primary care clinics charge monthly fees, but doctors say they are overall more affordable and more flexible for patients.
Five new restaurants ranging from late-night hot spots to coffee shops get Sauce Magazine's nod this January.
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are SNP MP Pete Wishart, comedian and podcaster Dane Baptiste, politics professor Tim Bale and former Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe.By LBC
Community advocates had publicly opposed First Mid Bank & Trust’s plans to purchase St. Louis-based Jefferson Bank. Now they’ve dropped their opposition after reaching a community benefits agreement with First Mid that includes the opening of two new bank branches to serve low-to-moderate-income and minority communities.…
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are journalist & commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, former Channel 4 News Editor-at-Large Dorothy Byrne, Conservative MP Craig Mackinlay & Bright Blue think tank director Ryan Shorthouse.By LBC
Wafflin' is back to beat the January blues! The boys are back to their old ways, with Weller baiting himself out by revealing some of his childhood secrets, discussing public humiliation; and questioning whether Molly-Mae gets a hard time on social media.By Wafflin' by Joe Weller
Missouri’s current Sunshine Law says citizens cannot be charged for any records review done by government attorneys, but a bill being prioritized by Gov. Mike Parson could change that. Advocates explain how it would affect access to records in Missouri.
Justin King, 28, was killed by a neighbor in Bourbon, Missouri. The county prosecutor says the shooting was self-defense under Missouri law, but civil rights activists say that’s not the full story.
St. Louis Public Radio statehouse reporter Sarah Kellogg discusses what the Missouri legislature has been working on in its first two weeks this year, and what’s to come this session.
Renee Franchi and Nathanial Foote from Andreozzi & Foote are currently representing two former Mennonite men suing the Eastern PA Mennonite Church, Martin Nelson doing business as Liberty Ridge Farm. Together they sit down with Jasper to discuss labor trafficking, the Liberty Ridge case and how Amish and Mennonites are not above the law.…
Ike and Tina Turner were transplants who met in St. Louis and became a powerhouse duo. NYU professor Maureen Mahon discusses how the clubs of 1950s East St. Louis brought them together and inspired their sound.
Investigative journalist Alison Flowers discusses her forensic analysis of lighting conditions during a 2019 police shooting, which she believes demonstrates that a St. Louis police officer could not have been telling the truth about acting in self-defense.
Known as the “Voice of Selma,” Bettie Mae Fikes describes what got her involved in the civil rights movement, the violence she witnessed and her thoughts on voting rights legislation now pending in Congress.
Jennings School Superintendent Paula Knight finds herself in a constant struggle to maintain what’s best for her students and staff. Despite the odds, her district has managed to stay in-person during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour MP and shadow minister Sam Tarry, Professor of Sociology and author Ellis Cashmore, and former Conservative cabinet minister Justine Greening.By LBC
The St. Louis University professor discusses her provocative new book of essays “On Compromise: Art, Politics, and the Fate of an American Ideal,” how she handles strange bedfellows and how her free-wheeling childhood left her wanting more.
Happy New Year listeners! We're BACK WITH A BANG, and kicking off a brand new series in style with an exclusive recording of our LIVE show at the Underbelly Festival from August 2021! We were joined by the brilliant comedian and broadcaster Elis James (@elisjames) for a Post-Apocalypse Party, and we had an absolute riot chatting bunkers, peanut but…
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are former Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield, SDP Leader William Clouston, Labour peer Lord Falconer and Sunday Telegraph columnist Janet Daley.By LBC
Midtown St. Louis is seeing big developments. But the Grand MetroLink Station functions as a car-centric “doughnut hole” in its center. Kim Cella of Citizens for Modern Transit and traffic engineer Chris Beard discuss the problems — and a new report urging improvements.
Afghan refugee Zamzama “ZZ” Safi loves her life in St. Peters, Missouri, but remains terrified for her family that remains in Afghanistan. The former linguist for U.S. forces gives an update on her life in Missouri, five months after fleeing the Taliban.
For those concerned about Superfund sites in Missouri and Illinois, the EPA’s newly announced cleanup plans for 49 sites across the U.S come as great news. But community members say it’s also a reminder of just how much work still needs to be done.
Washington University recently received millions of dollars in grant money that researchers hope will turn the tide on Alzheimer’s research. Dr. John Morris and professor Joyce Balls-Berry explain the work they’re doing.
Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour Emma Hardy, the Spectator's Business Editor Martin Vander Weyer, political commentator Suzanne Evans & OpenDemocracy columnist Laurie Macfarlane.By LBC
For residents of Arrow Senior Living communities, writing a mystery novel together proved to be the perfect pandemic project. A resident co-author and the organization’s editor and archivist discuss the creation of “The Old and the Beautiful.”
Missouri state representative Mary Elizabeth Coleman discusses her controversial new abortion bill, modeled after the one introduced in Texas last year, and why she believes banning abortion empowers women.
Dr. Mati Hlatshwayo Davis digs into the region’s recent huge wave of COVID-19 cases and her approach to combating the pandemic. She also opens up about what keeps her going in a job and a field that has been incredibly challenging of late.
Clayton attorney Al Watkins discusses his representation of Jacob Chansley, the Arizona man who became the face of the Jan. 6 insurrection — and how going viral helps his legal advocacy.