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James Bond Radio is the podcast for 007 fans. Every Friday, join lifelong Bond fanatics Tom Sears & Chris Wright, as they explore the world of 007. From celebrity interviews with the likes of Sir Roger Moore, Bruce Glover, John Glen, and Peter Lamont, to all the latest news and reviews. With 5 years of faithful service to the Bond community and features in Variety, The Times and on BBC Radio 2, James Bond Radio is your guide to all things Bond. Disclaimer: James Bond Radio is an unofficial e ...
 
Year Two of short daily episodes to improve the quality of your speaking voice. Through these around-5-minute episodes, you can build your confidence and competence with advice on breathing and reading, inflection and projection, the roles played by better scripting and better sitting, mic techniques and voice care tips... with exercises and anecdotes from a career spent in TV and radio studios. If you're wondering about how to start a podcast, or have had one for a while - download every ep ...
 
Life in your twenties is a a bit of a sit-com... Join Kate Whitaker, shortlisted by Fiona Bruce for Best Presenter at the NASTA Awards, in a podcast pointing you in the wrong direction. Grab a beer and laugh off the mind-boggles of adulthood, from the time you got cat-fished by a 45 year old to the time you fell asleep on the edge of the Grand Canyon. After Season 1 reached an audience across 47 countries and was featured on BBC Radio Manchester, Season 2 is back with a baaaang! Join in the ...
 
Canadian dj that has been mixing it up for almost a decade, playing night clubs from Toronto to Los Angeles. You can find Beatzilla edits on some of the top record pools such as ClubKillers, Headliner Music Club, DJ City and more. He also has success with having edits featured on major air waves such as SirusXM (Diplo’s Revolution, Pitbull’s Globalization) and also on BBC Radio 1 (Diplo & Friends) for Dad Trapz 2 by Dj Benzi.
 
Delve into the world of tennis with in-depth interviews from experts both on court and off court. Find out what makes a good tennis commentator, learn top tennis tips from the pros, and discover what it's like behind the scenes at Wimbledon. Powered by the Caversham Lawn Tennis Club (www.cavershamltc.co.uk) in Reading, England, this podcast is for anyone with a passion for tennis, no matter where in the world. So, come in, sit down, and make yourself comfortable as host Linda Serck, a former ...
 
Enter the world of The Young’uns, the three-time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning band from Teesside. The Young’uns Podcast includes highlights and the occasional embarrassing lowlight from Young’uns gigs, observations and recordings from on tour, live music and chat with guests, including top names in folk, and an array of irreverent features.
 
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2022.01.23 – S2023 – 0388 - Talking To Time One of the skills of a broadcaster is being able to talk to just the required length of time to ‘hit a junction’ (for example, a news bulletin or commercial break), up to the vocals in a song introduction or before a ‘music bed’[1] runs out. Similarly, a commercial voice over artist must be able to talk t…
 
2022.01.22 – S2022 – 0387 - Rehearsing Your Read-Speed Rehearsing Your Read-Speed Ever seen the rehearsal rooms from the tv shows “Strictly Come Dancing” or “Dancing With The Stars”? You will have seen, or can imagine, how the pros show the celebs the steps: slow to start, then get fast. And it’s like that with learning a new instrument, a new song…
 
Andy Zaltzman and the News Quiz satirise the week's news from the UK and beyond.This week Andy is joined by Alice Fraser, Chris McCausland, Daliso Chaponda and Hugo Rifkind. They try to make sense of a week of big dogs, pork pies and red meat.Chair's Script: Written by Andy ZaltzmanAdditional Material: Written by Heidi Regan, Cameron Loxdale, Steph…
 
Guillermo del Toro talks about his new film Nightmare Alley, the second film adaptation of the 1946 novel of the same name by William Lindsay Gresham. It stars Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett and Toni Collette. Mark reviews that film along with Sir Ken ‘Chuckles’ Branagh’s new film Belfast, which he discussed with Simon on last week’s show, about a …
 
When Karen Robson was a baby her father, Brian Teasdale Snr, composed music for her. Brian had a brain injury which left him unable to compose and needing round-the-clock care. Karen shared her story with BBC Radio Newcastle's Gilly Hope and with help from the station's listeners, Brian's song has now been released as a digital download.Host: Letit…
 
QAnon and the plot to break reality... When a mob storms the Capitol in Washington DC, reporter and presenter Gabriel Gatehouse sees someone he recognises: a man draped in furs with horns on his head. He is known as the Q Shaman. Gabriel had met him at a Trump rally in Arizona, ranting about a conspiracy theory involving Hillary Clinton and a cabal…
 
2022.01.21 – S2021 – 0386 - Slow-Speed Speed Traps · By itself, reading slowly does not make you sound more authoritative or serious. You still have to understand the content, have intentional intonation, proper pronunciation, a sense of context and so on. · And neither does a slow read, by itself, make a script easier for a listener to understand.…
 
Why was the blast from the Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai volcano so explosive? Where are we on the global climatic thermostat? And how you can get involved in the Big Repair Project.Gaia Vince speaks with Auckland University volcanologist Prof Shane Cronin, one of the few human beings to have visited the now-disappeared volcanic land bridge that stretc…
 
After countless requests England batter Danni Wyatt (finally!) joins the podcast to preview the Women's Ashes, reveal how Virat Kohli reacted to her twitter marriage proposal, explain why her attempt to be Tarzan aged 10 helps her hit the ball to different areas of the ground, and why she once showered with a tubigrip on her face. There's some cric…
 
2022.01.20 – S2020 – 0385 - Slowing Down To Highlight Importance Saying a single word or phrase slower, slightly elongating its pronunciation, highlights it within a sentence and so can be used as part of your arsenal to highlight its importance. These variable speeds contrast with the text around it, and therefore take on additional significance. …
 
Boris Johnson faced a rowdy Commons, a day after he was accused of misleading MPs about parties.Labour leader Keir Starmer pressed Johnson on if he was warned that a May 2020 drinks party risked breaking rules.In a dramatic moment, Tory MP Christian Wakeford quit the Conservatives and walked across the floor to join Labour, as well as veteran Conse…
 
2022.01.19 – S2019 – 0384 -The Message Given By ‘Slowing Your Talking’ · Slower speed may add tension, or suspense before a surprise, (and you can use the pause – which we discuss later - as a ‘drumroll’ before a punchline, or a release) · A slower speed is often required for a video voiceover, to give the viewer time to absorb any images or graphi…
 
2022.01.18 – S2018 – 0383 - The Message Given By ‘Slowing Your Talking’ · Slower speakers can be seen as ‘slow-witted’, overly-thoughtful and lacking in confidence… · Or as so super-confident they can go at their own speed, despite what others may think, they may be thoughtful and considering every nuanced word in what they say. Again the context a…
 
Mark Chapman is joined by former England batter Michael Carberry and West Indian World Cup winner Carlos Brathwaite to look back at the final Test in Hobart and the 4-nil series defeat. The team dissect where it went so badly wrong for England this series.We also preview the women’s Ashes with England’s Kate Cross and look at the legacy of Virat Ko…
 
Kate is joined by 4-piece Manchester indie band MYOTO for a chat all about turning your passions into a career in your twenties. Rhys, Andy, James and Conor chat all about finding your passions in your twenties, trying new things and allowing yourself to fail. There's talk on how to be fearless, back yourself and combat imposter syndrome. How do we…
 
It's a relic deemed so taboo, that the Vatican threatened excommunication to anyone who speaks of it or writes about it. But for nearly a thousand years the 'holy foreskin' of Jesus Christ was widely considered to be the holiest of relics. University of Alberta PhD student James White is researching the relic's history, with an eye to understanding…
 
2022.01.17 – S2017 – 0382 - EXTREMES OF SPEED - The Slower Read EXTREMES OF SPEED - The Slower Read “Slow down, you move too fast, You got to make the morning last” The 59th Street Bridge Song (“Feelin’ Groovy”), Simon & Garfunkel 1966 If you want to communicate an important point well, naturally, you may need to fight the urge for urgency. See aca…
 
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