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  • Logo of the podcast Striped: The Story Of The White Stripes

    Striped: The Story Of The White Stripes

    Two decades ago, The White Stripes hit the scene in a real way. Jack and Meg White dropped their debut album, blew minds, toured with Pavement, and sowed the seeds of worldwide rock and roll domination — with some bumps along the way. In season one, you'll hear that story from the people who witnessed it firsthand. Hosted by music journalist Sean Cannon, Striped is a production of Third Man Records and Misfire.

  • Logo of the podcast The Last Bohemians

    The Last Bohemians

    The Last Bohemians meets female firebrands and maverick outsiders who have lived live on the edge and who still refuse to play by the rules, from subversive musicians and rock'n'roll groupies to groundbreaking artists and game-changing style icons. The series is presented by journalist Kate Hutchinson and is produced by an all-female audio team, with portraits by Laura Kelly. Season one features Molly Parkin, Bonnie Greer, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Pauline Black, Amanda Feilding and Pamela Des Barres.

  • Logo of the podcast The Shakespeare Sessions

    The Shakespeare Sessions

    Is he the world’s greatest playwright? Make up your own mind with these original, innovative productions & casts that would sell out the West End in minutes. Lend them your ears.

  • Logo of the podcast The Storyteller: Murder Most Foul

    The Storyteller: Murder Most Foul

    A chilling new and highly addictive true crime podcast set in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland. A young woman's body is found face down behind her door in the upmarket west end of the Granite City, Aberdeen. Her neck was slashed so deeply it was almost severed. The trainee-nurse was an unlikely victim but the identity of her killer was even more shocking. Join The Storyteller Isla Traquair as she retraces her steps from 20 years ago when she first covered the case as a 19-year-old reporter. She's tracking down the key people involved - most importantly the killer, to finally get some answers about this Murder Most Foul.

  • Logo of the podcast Jo and Ed's tale of the Black Country Wench

    Jo and Ed's tale of the Black Country Wench

    The Black Country Wench is on the loose! And Jo and Ed have decided to write a play about it, who even knew they could read and write?!?! All we know is that seven years ago she went into hiding to raise her spawn and many thought she'd never be heard of again. However, on Halloween, the Black Country Wench likes to reappear, and she's hungry like the Wolf, and looking for Hooners to Hooch-a-Snooch!

  • Logo of the podcast Murdertown

    Murdertown

    Following each episode of Katherine Kelly's TV series Murdertown, Benjamin Fitton from They Walk Among Us unpicks a new case from each Murdertown. Watch the second season of Murdertown exclusively on Crime+Investigation in the UK from Monday 16th September and then straight after listen to a brand new story right here with the Murdertown podcast. Get in touch to let us know which cases you'd like us to cover by using #Murdertown on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

  • Logo of the podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz

    Twenty Thousand Hertz

    A lovingly crafted podcast that reveals the stories behind the world's most recognizable and interesting sounds.

  • Logo of the podcast UK True Crime Podcast

    UK True Crime Podcast

    The weekly UK True Crime Podcast is the home of UK true crime. We examine lesser known UK cases in depth, talk to true crime authors, review products/shows and interview other experts in the field of UK True Crime to offer you the very best insight and analysis.

  • Logo of the podcast Unheard: The Fred and Rose West Tapes

    Unheard: The Fred and Rose West Tapes

    In 1994, Howard Sounes began investigating a case of serial murder in an English cathedral city. A married couple, Fred and Rose West, had killed at least twelve women and girls, including their own daughter. They cut their victims up and buried the remains of nine bodies under their house at 25 Cromwell Street, Gloucester, where the Wests continued to live undetected... for decades. Uncovering their secrets as a journalist and author, researching his classic crime book Fred & Rose, Howard recorded his enquiries and interviews on cassette tape. Twenty-five years on, Howard revisits these previously unheard tapes. He also speaks to new witnesses, as he reveals the full story of the Wests, with new insights, in this compelling 12-part podcast series from Somethin’ Else. Fred & Rose by Howard Sounes is available now on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com

  • Logo of the podcast 13 Minutes to the Moon

    13 Minutes to the Moon

    How the first moon landing was saved. The full story of the people who made Apollo 11 happen and prevented it from going badly wrong. Theme music by Hans Zimmer.

  • Logo of the podcast A Stab In The Dark: A UKTV Original Crime Podcast with Mark Billingham

    A Stab In The Dark: A UKTV Original Crime Podcast with Mark Billingham

    A brand new crime fiction podcast series bringing together the very best super-sleuths from literature and television. Each episode Mark Billingham is joined by a set of two brand new guests from the worlds of TV and books.

  • Logo of the podcast Criminal

    Criminal

    Criminal is a podcast about crime. Not so much the "if it bleeds, it leads," kind of crime. Something a little more complex. Stories of people who've done wrong, been wronged, and/or gotten caught somewhere in the middle. We're a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX, a curated network of extraordinary, story-driven shows. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.

  • Logo of the podcast The Last Days of August

    The Last Days of August

    Jon Ronson, the creator of Audible Original The Butterfly Effect, delves into the pornography industry again as he unravels the never-before-told story of what caused a beloved 23-year-old actress’s untimely death.

  • Logo of the podcast The St Barnabas Address

    The St Barnabas Address

    Hosted by The House of St Barnabas, a not-for-profit members' club in the heart of London's Soho that helps people back into lasting work, Charlie Dark gives the inaugural St Barnabas Address: an annual keynote on the subject of encouragement.

  • Logo of the podcast The Wayne Rooney Podcast

    The Wayne Rooney Podcast

    English Legend Wayne Rooney talks with Roger Bennett about football, memories of his iconic Premier League career and experiencing America on and off the field.

  • Logo of the podcast Intrigue

    Intrigue

    Tunnel 29: Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Helena Merriman tells the true story of a man who dug a tunnel into the East, right under the feet of border guards.

  • Logo of the podcast It Makes A Sound

    It Makes A Sound

    Deirdre Gardner finds a lost cassette tape from 1992 in an attic and embarks on a quest to revive the sound of a generation. A new serial fiction show from Night Vale Presents.

  • Logo of the podcast Kalki Presents: My Indian Life

    Kalki Presents: My Indian Life

    Life for young Indian adults in the 21st century explored by Bollywood actor Kalki Koechlin. Real stories from India - sometimes raw, often uplifting.

  • Logo of the podcast Nothing Is Real - A Beatles Podcast

    Nothing Is Real - A Beatles Podcast

    50 years on, the world is still in love with The Beatles. Join Nothing Is Real hosts Jason Carty & Steven Cockcroft as they continue the never-ending conversation about the greatest band the world has ever known. Each episode puts a tiny piece of the Beatles story under the microscope to try and make sense of it all. Coming at you live, on tape, from Dublin. Fortnightly.

  • Logo of the podcast Open Mind with Frankie Bridge

    Open Mind with Frankie Bridge

    1 in 4 people experience mental health problems every year – half of them say that isolation and shame is worse than the condition itself. In Open Mind, Frankie Bridge opens up about her ongoing journey from her breakdown to her breakthroughs, and invites her guests to share their own experiences with mental health. In opening up about her battles, Frankie hopes to help a generation of people to be more open about their mental health. Speak out. Ask for help. And be helped. Open Mind, the podcast accompanies Frankie’s forthcoming book ‘OPEN’ which will be published in February 2020.