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A stroll through the rich and fascinating folklore of Britain and Ireland. From music, to psychogeography, to what to do if you notice the devil following you to church. It's a long, strange trip and there are no guarantees you'll be home in time for dinner. Each episode also includes a mini-almanac for the month ahead. If you enjoy this show, feel free to buy me a coffee https://bit.ly/2SWoNqH Music by @big.big.sky | Additional artists referenced in each episode | Logo design James Fisher
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A fortnightly podcast about UK true crime with a touch of the weird and the macabre. Hosted by Bob and Ali sat in The Settle Inn in Stirling, they take it week about to tell each other a criminal tale from British history, expect weird tales, dodgy history lessons oh and there's always someone drinking in the background!
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A show from the West End of London, England about pubs, writers, attractions, theatre and a bohemian lifestyle. Includes Best Bohemian Boozers, sometimes. The Edinburgh Festival and occasional Theatre reviews. And how to get life wrong, often.
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Exploring what makes the heart of Britain beat with various series on music, industry, people and life. We’ll cover all sorts in our podcasts and bring you the very best we can so, stick around whether you live in the UK or abroad you may just learn something with us
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Breaking Britain is a podcast produced by the Europe's Borderlands Research Group at the European and International Studies Department in King's College London. Hosted by Russell Foster and Alex Clarkson, it will explore the pressures unravelling the unity of Britain and reopening the future of the island of Ireland in a European context. In each episode we will discuss the challenges reshaping a disunited kingdom as well as a wary republic with scholars and commentators who can provide expe ...
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Extraordinary Stories of Britain is a history podcast packed with fun and informative tales from our island’s long and storied past. Visiting little-known corners of British history, shedding new light on familiar faces, uncovering unusual - and sometimes bizarre - facts along the way, this is the podcast for anglophiles, history buffs, and anyone interested in finding out more about the UK. From killer queens to grime and punishment, from medieval medicine to celebrity cats, from secret sew ...
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Ray’s Rants back to the 1960s 1970s 1950s in the UK Great Britain. Entertaining and fun. British music scene, Jimi Hendrix The Rolling Stones. The English pubs and clubs, Watney’s Red Barrel beer, Babycham, Cherry B the night life. The cars, the workplace, television and pirate radio. England. Schools back in the early days. 60s fashion and clothes, flairs and miniskirts. London, Caroline, Luxembourg. Mini cars skirts. Holiday in caravan, Butlin’s
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Bite-Size Britain

Bite-Size Britain

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Chris Tetreault-Blay takes you on a whistle-stop tour of some of the most fascinating locations across Great Britain, each with its own historical links and tales to be told.
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MMM New Britain

MMM New Britain

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Aquí encontrarán predicas en vivo desde nuestro templo Igl. Cristiana Pentecostes del Movimiento Misionero Mundial en New Britain CT. 26 Union St. New Britain CT 06051. Pastora Jeanette Gonzalez.
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This is a podcast in which we are trying to help Britain better itself by popping up the balloon of self-satisfaction of Britons. Because not everything is great in Britain. And if you want to fix it, you first need to see where the issue is. Rule Brittannia: Public DomainArtwork: Michał Wrona Guitars: Artur Lesicki
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Phil has been on air for over 30 years (November 1993 - Now) playing the hit's across the North East of England and the world, starting the bug for radio from when he was very young at the age of 4 with his Corgi Frisco Disco with microphone and headphones. Times have never changed as he now hosts Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival. Phil brings the world into his fabulous collection of vinyl records, cherry picking the best music from the 60s to the 90s, being chosen not for just a great melody but ...
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The Secret Battle For Britain...

BasedAmy ❤️(#SpeakersCorner aka #BaconLady)

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My general observations about how I think people are ignoring the seriousness of the state of Britain today and how the Justice System has been corrupted and is being used against those of us who are speaking out and shining a light on the decline and fall of our police, the authorities & judicial system....
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Walks Around Britain

Walks Around Britain

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Welcome to Walks Around Britain. We're here to get you out walking. Every month on our podcast we've got audio walks, outdoor news & views, interviews, gear & kit reviews and area walking guides - inspiration for your next walking trip right here. You'll also find us on the web, on social media, on DVD, in books and on our television series - which is on TV channels around the world, on Amazon's Prime Video and via our own Walks Around Britain+ video subscription website (https://walksaround ...
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Benjamin's Britain

Ben Salamon and Nicky Pavitt

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Since 2016, Ben has been on a mission to visit every site described in the book "Landmarks of Britain: The 500 Places That Made Our History". With guests who have joined Ben on his travels, this podcast is a funny, light-hearted look at the castles, caves, cathedrals, country homes (and pubs) visited along the way.At the end of each episode, guests are asked to contribute to an alternative list of landmarks and justify their choice.
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The Britain and Ireland in the Early Middle Ages podcast (formerly the History of the British Isles) is an in-depth look at the politics of Britain and Ireland before the Normans! Understand why Aethelred was Unready, how Scotland and England were formed and even who the only ever king of Wales was! Twitter: @BritishHistPod
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Sounds of Black Britain

The Black Curriculum

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The Black Curriculum Presents: Sounds of Black Britain, a podcast where we use music as an educational resource to understand the Black British experience. Cultural powerhouse Julie Adenuga and special guests deep dive into the musical history of Black Britain. She’ll be joined by the people who have all contributed to the scene's evolution and huge rise: Chip, Estelle, General Levy, D Double E, Tiana Major9, DJ Target, Jae 5, Omar, Dennis Bovell, and Novelist to name a few. This immersive p ...
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Welcome to Steven Healey, based in Wlltshire England We welcome listeners from France, United Kingdom, USA, Sweden and Russia- well everyone around the globe really The new home of the Blabbing for Britain podcast. The new home of the Five Days Live Podcast About Steven My expertise is in live video chats on Belive.tv , creating Udemy.com courses about live video and most recently in building messenger bots. If you want support on any of those then message me here https://www.facebook.com/Be ...
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Britains Finest's Podcast

Britains Finest's Podcast Studios

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Britain's Finest is one of the most authentic Beatles tribute band to emerge in the last 20 years. Based in Hollywood, California this "All-Star" cast has been rapidly gaining both national and international attention with their hauntingly accurate recreation of all the iconic eras in The Beatles history. The show can be tailored to suit your preference from 30 minutes to 2 full hours. You can choose from their various costumes such as the "Mop Top", Sgt. Pepper's or the Abbey Road / Let It ...
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50 Years of Life in Britain

Centre for Longitudinal Studies – UCL Institute of Education

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Join us as we celebrate 50 years of the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70), which has been following the lives of 17,000 people born in Great Britain during a single week in 1970. This podcast series takes listeners on a journey through British social and political history, and explores BCS70’s numerous contributions to British science and society. Across six episodes, the series tells our study members’ story and charts the first five decades of the study. Produced by Fresh Air Production
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This is the podcast that explores British behaviour by unpacking statistics to understand the little differences – and similarities – between us all. Join Stuart Henderson, head of news at Yahoo UK, journalist Matilda Long, and data specialist from YouGov Victoria Waldersee for discussions around the way we work, sleep, love, celebrate and mourn. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Rick Steves Audio Tours are leaving the podcast space. For the latest versions of these audio tours, download the (free!) Rick Steves' Audio Europe™ App — available for Apple and Android. The app also includes hours of top-quality travel talk excerpted from the Travel with Rick Steves radio interviews to add another dimension — and some different voices — to your travel planning and appreciation. Learn more at https://www.ricksteves.com/watch-read-listen/audio/audio-europe Rick Steves Britai ...
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Quintessential Voices: Britain's biggest conversation celebrating women of colour

Marverine Cole - Journalist, Broadcaster, Podcaster, Diversity Champion

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Quintessential Voices is Britain's biggest conversation, celebrating women of colour. Get ready to smile, laugh, cry and learn after listening to the stories which focus on the lives and journeys of black, asian and minority ethnic women in Britain today. Some of those voices will be famous ones, others will be voices you might never have heard, yet each one of them will entertain you. My guests will be drawn from across the generations, and they’ll come from all walks of life. But the thing ...
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Great Britain at War

Jeffery Farnol by Podiobooks.com

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The book follows Jeffery Farnol as he visits a number of key locations around Britain and on the continent, each demonstrating how members of English society have come together to work towards the goal of "defeating the hun". On a visit to a naval dockyard, he reports on how the ships are being constructed, takes us on a tour of a destroyer and introduces us to the crew. He also visits a machine gun factory, and discovers how the great guns are built. His tour continues onto the continent wh ...
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Nominated for multiple awards including Best Podcast at the World Wide Comedy Awards 2021. A homage to the classic British sitcoms of yesteryear. Starring Vicki Michelle (Allo Allo) Jeffery Holland (Hi Di Hi) Judy Buxton (On The Up) Mike Fenton Stevens (Benidorm) Karl Howman (Brush Strokes) Juliet Howland, Brian Murphy and Linda Regan. "The writing is on point, the acting is on point, the timing is on point. Check out Barmy Dale!" Comedy News Daily (USA) "Completely charming." "The funniest ...
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Back in the 60s, many people who had left school were keen to go back to college to learn a trade. Women wanted to learn secretarial skills such as typing and shorthand. Men could learn bricklaying, car mechanics or many other trades. It was a great way to become qualified. Please, join me this Sunday.…
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Get out your sunscreen and Mr Whippy's as we consider what July has in store for us in the heavens and hedgerows, including talk of St Swithin's Day and Sirius, plus Thomas Hardy and some early Irish verse. 🤝 Become a valued ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Friend of Folkways⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠: https://bit.ly/34awiDB 🎧 Soundtrack by ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠@big.big.sky⁠⁠: https://spoti.fi/47jvok6 📺 Folkways…
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With the 4 July parliamentary election now coming closer, there are growing indications of a political shock that could reshape the United Kingdom. Over the past few weeks Scotland has emerged as a key electoral battleground, where a Scottish National Party that has governed Scotland's devolved institutions for seventeen years risks losing many of …
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In this episode, Tricia and I visit the RSPB reserve at Pulborough in West Sussex. Visit their website here. Also, what were pubs like back in the 1960s? Were they just boozers? Or, were they an integral part of the community? Plus, remembering the old record shops, hiding money beneath the mattress... Please, join me this Sunday.…
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Do you remember the great storm of 1987 here in the UK? What a shock it was! The National Grid sustained heavy damage, leaving thousands without power. It was astonishing that the weather reports failed to predict a storm of such magnitude. Old names, new names, double-barrelled names—how many Christian names do you have? Are you known by your firs…
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Who remembers the iconic Hoovermatic Twintub washing machine? A staple in British homes during the 1960s, it was incredibly popular. And what about the Rolls Dishwasher that perched on the kitchen draining board? Join us this Sunday as we take a nostalgic journey through household and other items of the past that have since disappeared! Also, I’m c…
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Who remembers the iconic Hoovermatic Twintub washing machine? A staple in British homes during the 1960s, it was incredibly popular. And what about the Rolls Dishwasher that perched on the kitchen draining board? Join us this Sunday as we take a nostalgic journey through household and othetr items of the past that have since disappeared!…
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Megan Prescott shot to fame at the age of 15 in the hit Channel Four TV show ‘Skins’. After the show finished, she took regular jobs. She was working seven days a week, and struggling to find opportunities to write and create, when a friend suggested she try sex work. She’s now selling nude photographs of herself… to raise money to fund her first-e…
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🎈 Welcome to Season 4! Today we're plunging into one of the strangest stories in contemporary British folklore... Monsters in the woods at Mawnan, Cornwall. 🤝 Become a valued ⁠⁠⁠Friend of Folkways⁠⁠⁠: https://bit.ly/34awiDB 🎧 Soundtrack by ⁠⁠⁠@big.big.sky: https://spoti.fi/47jvok6 📺 Folkways ⁠⁠⁠Youtube: ⁠⁠⁠https://bit.ly/3rUs9PF ☕️ ⁠⁠⁠Buy me a coff…
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What is traditional English food? Dishes like bubble and squeak, meat and two veg, toad in the hole, shepherd's pie and fish and chips come to mind. In this episode, Tricia chats about classic English meals, going all the way back to World War II. Not that we were around back then! Also in this episode, people opening their houses as shops in the o…
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With elections looming on 4 July, the UK faces a turning point in its relationships with Europe and the wider world. Though there are three weeks of campaigning to go, all signs point to a substantial victory for the opposition Labour Party and a total collapse for the governing Conservative - or Tory - Party. To help us explore the impact this ele…
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This week Mich and Karen talk about a big weekend for small business, with Labour's Small Business Saturday, FSB's manifesto, filling in forms when drunk and what does the other 75% of the population need. As always, keeping it down to earth and honest. Get in touch with any questions on small business, policy, election promises or really anything …
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Remember the joy of school holidays in the old days? Six glorious weeks of summer freedom! Imagine if we had mobile phones back in the 50s and 60s. How would we have reacted to social media? The days before computers, what did the banks do? What did the tax office do? Everything was written is huge books called ledgers. Imagine the work! Join me th…
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Live Your Life! Live and let live. In other words, let people get on with their lives and you get on with your life. Don't interfere with or poke your nose into other people's business. Punishing children. What are your thoughts on spanking kids? Also, kids in pubs. Should children be allowed into pubs? Please, join me this Sunday for a good old mo…
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Heart of Britain - Working Men's Club Episode One sets the stage for a captivating journey into the heart of close-knit communities where camaraderie, tradition, and everyday struggles intertwine. In this inaugural episode, listeners are welcomed to the inception of the clubs and the entertainment people enjoyed whilst there.…
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Hi, I’m pleased to announce that my new website, raysrants.info, is now live! Check it out to explore a collection of photos and video clips from my recent travels. Many of you have been asking to see pictures from the various places I’ve visited so, I hope you’ll enjoy what I’ve shared. I'll be adding more so do visit the page regularly.…
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St Mary’s Bethlem was England’s first psychiatric hospital. This podcast tells the story of the hospital, from its medieval origins to its home in a grand 17th century palace. We follow the lives of its famous inmates: the woman who tried to kill King George III, the first documented case of paranoid schizophrenia and a brilliant Victorian artist w…
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History, whether global or personal, can be either boring or fascinating. In this episode, I discuss the mistakes we've made in our personal histories and whether we've learned from them. I also talk about the history of London trolley buses, trams, diesel engines, trains, the pipeline from the Isle of Wight to France, and much more. Join me for a …
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Nick Hennegan presents the second instalment of his Resonance 104.4fm radio show, Literary London, featuring the music from the cult film Withnail and I, now a theatre show at Birmingham Rep in Brum - he was spotted in Soho with the Mom of Madness lead singer, Suggs - and a request for a moody version of an Australian classic! www.BohemianBritain.c…
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This week on twisted Britain Ali and Bob begin a trilogy in four parts looking into the life of the man who would become known as the teacup poisoner. In this episode they look into his early life and first crimes, his formative years which made him the man he would be. thanks for listeningKirjoittanut Bob Dale
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