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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 T ...
 
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Mark Chapman brings you all the reaction to what was another dramatic night in the Champions League. Joining him for this episode is former Crystal Palace player, Clinton Morrison, ex Chelsea striker Chris Sutton and football correspondent, John Murray. One of the main talking points from Manchester United’s loss was the fact that Fred, who got a y…
 
This episode is about a musician in the award-winning British band, Foals, who wants to see big changes in both the live music industry and wider society. In a rare and personal interview, Edwin Congreave, says certain types of heavily polluting tours shouldn’t take place anymore and there are greener alternatives to connect with audiences. Edwin s…
 
Billy Joe Saunders defends his WBO super middleweight title against Martin Murray on Friday night, with live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra. Mike and Steve discuss Saunders' chequered history, while Murray explains why he thought Covid-19 had ended his career. Then, Anthony Yarde's trainer Tunde Ajayi joins the podcast ahead of his fig…
 
One of the World’s best-known sports promoters Eddie Hearn chats to some of the biggest names in sport, entertainment and business. This series includes in-depth interviews with Gary Lineker, Dina Asher Smith and Virgil Van Dijk. Eddie learns about their passions, what gets them up in the morning, and how they dealt with the world grinding to halt …
 
Everton team mates Izzy Christiansen and Hayley Raso join this weeks podcast. They chat about their incredible resilience and strong mentality, which has helped them overcome injures and set backs.We also hear how Australian born Hayley is dealing with British slang, Izzy’s time helping on a farm during lockdown and what’s better Vegemite or Marmit…
 
After England go to the top of the men’s T20 world rankings, Jonathan Agnew is joined by England fast bowler Tymal Mills and statistician Andy Zaltzman to discuss another brilliant innings from Dawid Malan, who ended up on 99 not out. Tymal believes that England are now favourites for next year’s T20 World Cup, but there’s a brouhaha about some car…
 
David Baker reveals the thinking and the values that have made Jeff Bezos the richest man on the planet, and Amazon the most wildly successful company, even in a year when the global economy faces catastrophe.Speaking to senior colleagues within his businesses, longstanding business partners and analysts, David Baker learns the secrets to Amazon's …
 
Kelly Cates, Micah Richards, Matthew Upson, Arlo White and Rory Smith look at Arsenal's progress under Mikel Arteta, following the club's fifth Premier League defeat of the season.The team discuss whether football should introduce concussion substitutions following David Luiz's head injury against Wolves, with England rugby union international Dann…
 
Ugo Monye, Chris Ashton and Chris Jones are joined by two big guests this week. Ken Owens comes on the pod to chat about Wales, the state of the international game and Pokemon Go. As England prepare to face France in the final of the Autumn Nations Cup, a passionate Benjamin Kayser shares his frustrations with French rugby and tells us why Shaun Ed…
 
Hayley, Nihal and Scott tackle the biggest questions in TV and streaming. Is a Saturday night game show in any way comparable to the Wire? Is a Scotch Egg a substantial meal? Is a ‘crisp salad’ a thing? Plus they actually review some TV.This week, Michael McIntyre takes celebrities for a spin in The Wheel, Grayson Perry’s Art Club returns and we di…
 
Joe Joyce joins the podcast after his victory over Daniel Dubois, to discuss how he adapted his gameplan in the ring to win the fight and where he goes now - could fights against Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury follow a matchup against Oleksandr Usyk? Then, Dubois' trainer Martin Bowers gives his perspective on the end of the fight, explains that he …
 
The panel discuss whether or not David Luiz should have played on after that nasty collision with Raul Jimenez. Is Edinson Cavani better starting on or off the bench and how big of a win was this for Ole Gunar Solskjaer? The panel also chat about Klopp’s VAR strop at the weekend. And defeats for both Chris Wilder and Neil Lennon over the weekend – …
 
In the week we lost arguably the greatest footballer to ever play the game, we pay tribute to Diego Maradona and ask if we will ever see a modern-day player of the same stature. We look ahead to Chelsea v Tottenham and ask if Jose Mourinho has got his mojo back. Has 'The Special One' returned? And could he lead Spurs to the Premier League title?We …
 
Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton took your calls on Saturday’s football action.Liverpool supporters called in after their side was foiled by VAR against BrightonFans have their say on Klopp's criticism of the TV scheduling and fans talk to us about City's return to form.There’s also another edition of The Wanderer and Gone in 60 SuttonsThe show origi…
 
Steve Crossman with Jermaine Beckford and Jim White previews 5 live Premier League Sunday. They discuss why Mourinho's style of play is suited to this arduous condensed season, whether Bruno Fernandes could outgrow Manchester United and why Theo Walcott can flourish at Southampton.Commentaries on 5 live and BBC Sounds this Sunday are: Southampton v…
 
Former England and Harlequins Rugby player Ugo Monye, comedian Mark Watson, former GB Badminton player Gail Emms and broadcaster Martin Kelner join guest presenter Sam Quek 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 convictio…
 
Mark Schwarzer joins Darren and JJ to discuss whether winning the title at Spurs would be Jose Mourinho's greatest achievement. Ahead of the weekend action we ask if Edinson Cavani and Donny van de Beek are worthy of places in Manchester United’s starting line-up and does Ole Gunnar Solskjaer need to be braver with his formation? Does it already lo…
 
Jonathan Agnew is joined by Tymal Mills and Andy Zaltzman to look at England’s five-wicket win over South Africa in the first T20 at Cape Town, helped by Jonny Bairstow’s brutal career-best 86 not out. But is number four where Bairstow should be batting? Tymal Mills explains why he should always be one of the first names on the teamsheet, but it’s …
 
Once again proving why this show isn't part of the BBC's news quota, Elis and John discuss what modern petrol gauges represent, how you practised kissing when you were younger and why the TV programme Catchphrase isn't edgier. It's the kind of high-brow content Emma Barnett WISHES she'd thought up.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Mark and Simon are joined by Viggo Mortensen who talks about his new film Falling. We’ll also have your essential streaming film reviews including Steve McQueen’s drama Red, White and Blue, starring John Boyega, and new horrors Possessor and The Ringmaster.Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next we…
 
It is almost a year since Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt were killed in an attack at Fishmongers Hall in London. They were among five people who were stabbed by a prisoner who had been released on license during an event being held to celebrate five years of the Learning Together Programme, which helps prisoners gain qualifications alongside student…
 
By Ford Maddox FordAdapted by Sebastian BaczkiewiczA new adaptation of Ford Maddox Ford’s classic novel. John Dowell is the original unreliable narrator in a twisted tale of sex, money and murder.John Dowell (Kyle Soller) recounts the ‘saddest story ever told’, in which ‘good soldier’ Edward Ashburnham's libido leaves countless lives in ruins. Shar…
 
Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balagué, Julien Laurens & James Horncastle.The team pay tribute to football legend Diego Maradona and look back at his career throughout Europe, at Napoli, Barcelona and Sevilla.Writer and director of the documentary ‘Diego Maradona’, Asif Kapadia also joins the pod.Asif gives an insight into Maradona's life afte…
 
Can Wales defy the odds and beat England this weekend? Ugo Monye and Chris Jones chat to Wales flanker Dan Lydiate and Gareth Rhys Owen from the Scrum V podcast. Eddie Jones discusses his team selection and lends his support to under-fire Wales boss Wayne Pivac. We ask how many Wales players would get into the England starting XV? And just what can…
 
In a special programme, BBC Radio 5 Live looks at the impact that the pandemic is having on amateur boxing clubs.Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn has written an open letter calling for help after the sport was excluded from a £300m rescue package.5 Live’s Nihal Arthanayake talks to boxers Natasha Jonas and Ellie O’Brien, promoter Eddie Hearn and coach D…
 
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