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The definitive Alan Partridge fan podcast, dissecting and celebrating his output episode by episode. Described as one of the best TV and Film podcasts by The Telegraph, and featuring guest appearances from stars Stephen Mangan and Simon Greenall. Join us as we dissect our favourite Alan moments, discuss the character’s lasting legacy, and analyse the entire Alan Partridge Universe: from comedy classics I’m Alan Partridge and Knowing Me Knowing You, to the Alpha Papa movie, the I Partridge an ...
 
Award-winning author Adharanand Finn interviews an eclectic mix of runners to try to uncover what it is that makes us want to lace up and head outside to run around in big, pointless circles. And why we love it so much. Adharanand Finn is the author of three award-winning books, Running with the Kenyans (2012), The Way of the Runner (2014), and the Rise of the Ultra Runners (2019). He has run 10 ultra marathons and has a road marathon best time of 2 hrs 50 mins. He is also a freelance journa ...
 
This is the podcast channel for everything Matty Johns. Every week during the NRL season we'll publish an episode of Matty's Fox Sports Australia show, we'll also be publishing episodes of Matty at home with the rest of the Johns family, wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper. You'll get all the experts talking about the NRL, and hear Jack and Coop giving Matt heaps, it's all here.
 
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts.
 
Cyrus W. Field had a dream: to link the Old World of Britain and Europe to that of the New World of North America by a telegraph cable stretching across the great Atlantic Ocean. It took him thirteen years, a lot of money, and many men and ships and cable to make it happen. He wanted to bring the world together and make it a smaller place; to forge alliances and achieve peace. This is his story. (Introduction by Alex C. Telander)
 
Two mothers, Denise Govendir and Eva Webel, both murdered in their homes 15 years apart. Both crimes appeared to be robberies gone wrong. Both cases remain unsolved. Now a Sunday Telegraph* investigation by Yoni Bashan and Claire Harvey has found the links and coincidences between the bashing deaths go even deeper. The women lived a short walk from each other, were both trying to finalise a divorce and in the quiet, peaceful suburb of Dover Heights they are the only murders ever to occur the ...
 
In the Cage is a novella by Henry James, first published as a book in 1898. This long story centers on an unnamed London telegraphist. She deciphers clues to her clients' personal lives from the often cryptic telegrams they submit to her as she sits in the "cage" at the post office. Sensitive and intelligent, the telegraphist eventually finds out more than she may want to know. (Introduction from Wikipedia)
 
The Ibrahims are Sydney's most fascinating family. And in 2016 when police began an undercover operation into members of the family and their associates, few could have predicted the result. Less than two years later, more than 20 people were arrested over a billion dollar drug and tobacco smuggling ring. But the investigation also pulled back the curtain on the Ibrahim clan and gave unprecedented insight into the complex politics and heated rivalries within the family and their associates t ...
 
Jimmy Buffett is one of the most important figures in pop culture history - that's a fact and Ryan Middledorf and Patrick McDonald are determined to prove it to you. Join them each and every week for a one-stop-shop featuring all things Buffett, from his hit songs, to his books, to his wildly successful chain of restaurants - no stone will be left unturned in this nautically nonsensical podcast. Grab a margarita, pull out that Adirondack chair and prepare to be whisked away to Margaritaville ...
 
The Outdoor Girls of Deepdale was the first book in a long-running series centering around four girls: Betty Nelson, Mollie Billette, Amy Stonington, and Grace Ford. The girls go on many exciting adventures and solve mysteries. In this book the girls go on a long walking tour and in the process find a hundred dollar bill. Who owns the money and why is such a mysterious note attached? (Introduction by Elizabeth Wilcox)
 
Originally printed in The Morning Telegraph in New York, this is the story of Miss Sabrina, the show girl, and her ups and downs with the unpredictable theatrical industry and the Great White Way, the lights and glamour of Broadway. "In order to set myself right with both the public and the vast army of Sabrinas that add youth and beauty to our stage, and brilliancy and gaiety to our well known cafes, I wish to say that she is all that she should be...”- Kenneth McGaffey (Summary by Amanda F ...
 
Welcome, would you like a drink...? Join hosts Nick and Sinead every Friday as they investigate the deeds and misdoings of history's most famous poisoners - and create a new cocktail inspired by each case. From meticulously planned murders to tragic accidents, expect vicious Victorians, suspicious dumplings, macabre humour and risky libations. Remember, your loved ones ARE trying to kill you...
 
In the book's preface, the author writes: "Let anyone stop to consider how he individually would be affected if all electrical service were suddenly to cease, and he cannot fail to appreciate the claims of electricity to attentive study."In these days when we take for granted all kinds of technology - communications, entertainment, medical, military, industrial and domestic - it is interesting to learn what progress had been made in the fields of electricity and technology by the beginning o ...
 
A big player on the field and a big character off it, James Haskell has a shitload to say about... well, everything. Going it alone in his first solo podcast, no subject is off limits as James shoots the breeze with unique personalities he admires from all walks of life to find out what makes them tick. #whataflanker Listen, Like, Subscribe and also check out What A Flanker the book, out now in hardback and audiobook. 'What A Flanker, what a book' Rugby World ‘Explosive’ Telegraph
 
The Sound of the Hound is a podcast series about the people and the technology that brought recorded music to the masses in Victorian London and beyond. In it, journalist and author James Hall and music industry executive Dave Holley chronicle the adventures of the early sound pioneers as they risked life and limb to capture sound and launch the music business as we know it today. In particular, the series focuses on a genius called Fred Gaisberg. The world’s first A&R man, Fred was a ni ...
 
This novel, also known as The Invasion of 1910, is a 1906 novel written mainly by William Le Queux (with H. W. Wilson providing the naval chapters). It is one of the more famous examples of Invasion literature and is an example of pre-World War I Germanophobia, as it preached the need to prepare for war with Germany. The book takes the form of a military history and includes excerpts from the characters' journals and letters and descriptions of the fictional German campaign itself. The novel ...
 
THE Ross Edgley Podcast is dedicated to debunk every fitness or nutrition myth you’ve heard. Instead, it lives to deliver debates, insights and knowledge bombs on practised, preached & performed techniques to give you the fitness and food tools to reach any goal, anywhere, anytime. Hosted by Ross Edgley, author of The World’s Fittest Book, the current number one bestselling fitness book on Amazon, expect infectious enthusiasm, a huge dose of real knowledge & a sign up to your first 5K, Iron ...
 
(Written under the pseudonym, Arnold Fredericks.) Ruth Morton is a world-renowned film actress who seems to have it all: youth, beauty, wealth, and a viable career. But she soon becomes the target of a malicious stalker who begins sending her a series of cryptic threats. Dismissed at first, the stalker soon emerges as a legitimate -- and mysterious -- threat. She soon must call for the services of Richard and Grace Duvall, a husband and wife detective team who soon find themselves ensnared i ...
 
“Is that your bundle, sir?” repeated Mr Blunt a little louder. “Eh? yes, yes—all right,” replied Edwin, annoyed at the interruption, and thinking only of Emma Lee, to whom he turned, and went on—“Well, when Colonel Jones had scaled the first wall—” “Come, sir,” said Blunt, entering the carriage, and laying his hand on Edwin’s shoulder, “it’s not all right. This is another man’s property.” The youth turned round indignantly, and, with a flushed countenance, said, “What do you mean?” “I mean t ...
 
The Perils of Pauline is one of the first damsel in distress serials. The story is complete with undaunted hero, courageous damsel, unscrupulous villains galore, and other worldly interest. Before getting married, Pauline wants to experience the world and have adventures. When her guardian dies and leaves her an estate in trust of his secretary, adventures suddenly become more hazardous. Pauline charters aeroplanes, meets untrustworthy pirates, braves dangerous China Town, flies in a hot air ...
 
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Ahead of the Grand Final here's something special, Cameron Smith called into the The Matty Johns Podcast during the week, Matty, his wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper were on hand for a big chat about what to expect this weekend, and the future for Cam..... Search for The Matty Johns Podcast if you want to hear more See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
Olly Mann is joined by radio consultant and director of Creative Media Partners Paul Robinson, editor of Newsweek International Alex Hudson and former Press Association, HuffPost UK and ITV News executive and now the founder of Bird Lime Media, Dawn Kelly. This week: Is the Daily Telegraph correcting a glaring error by bringing its sub-editors back…
 
We're crossing continents this week as we tell the tale of John Tawell, a man who couldn't keep his secret family secret forever... Why was John such a bad Quaker? What role did the telegraph play in his arrest? And is Slough as bad as Sinead keeps making out it is? The secret ingredient is...beer! Download, subscribe, and follow us on Patreon for …
 
Bush Telegraph cover all things ‘Never For Ever’, celebrating 40 years of the first album to reach number one by a British female solo artist. Six of the ten songs had been seen as videos or costumed performances in the previous 9 months on TV. These and other performances are discussed, including Darrell seeing Kate sing ‘Wedding List’ live in 198…
 
Jon Ronson is the author of numerous bestselling books, and was played by Ewan McGregor in the film of his book The Men Who Stare At Goats. He started running 10 years ago when he saw a picture of himself standing next to George Clooney and thought he needed to get in shape. Barely a day has past since that he hasn’t gone out running. He tells us w…
 
Understandably today Cooper Johns is very very hungover after the Storm had their big win, the Johns' talk about Matty's great weekend and we're joined by a very special guest, legendary singer songwriter Engelbert Humperdinck's son Scott Dorsey joins the show to talk about his amazing career See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A podcast of two halves this week. Firstly, we discuss two players: Marcus Rashford and Mezut Ozil, who have both used their position to draw public attention to political issues. In part two, we are delighted to welcome back on to the podcast football commentator and half of the La Liga Weekly podcast Jon Driscoll to discuss his new book The 50: F…
 
Coronavirus latest: UK death count reaches highest level since end of May Travel data: Covid risk no longer increased by travelling abroad Death of the city break: Pandemic heralds return of the two-week beach holiday End of free banking: HSBC could start charging for current accounts as profits plunge Questions answered: What the end of free bank …
 
Coronavirus: Covid-19 immunity may only last months, Imperial College study finds | Laura Donnelly analysis: Waiting for a coronavirus vaccine could be flawed strategy | Politics liveblog: Sunak and Williamson not at war over school meals, says minister | Interactive postcode tool: Search for which lockdown tier your area is in | US election Q&A: J…
 
Alan takes a big gulp of LA’s fresh air and tries to turn convicts into dating opportunities this week, and we’re there to dissect every development. Plus: Bathing with Seldom, Lynn’s casino windfall, and substituting D’s for T’s while broadcasting. CONTACT THE POD: twitter.com/ThePartridgePod • facebook.com/ThePartridgePod • instagram.com/MonkeyTe…
 
Longtime listeners of The Next Picture Show likely have at least passing familiarity with THE FALL via the many, many mentions it’s received over the years from co-host Tasha Robinson, one of the foremost advocates of Tarsem Singh’s hard-to-find, cultishly adored 2008 film. Joining her in that small but mighty fandom is Elliott Kalan, Emmy-winning …
 
Free school meals: Boris Johnson says children won't go hungry because of 'Government inattention' Oliver Brown: Marcus Rashford's free meals campaign unlike 'anything started by a footballer' - video Michael Deacon: Matt Hancock has one of the most crucial roles in Government... Boris Johnson’s whipping boy Tier 3: Warrington and Nottingham to mov…
 
Ten-hour standoff: Special Forces take control of ship after 'hijackers' threaten the crew Reconstruction: How the drama on the oil tanker ended in just nine minutes Rashford campaign: Boris Johnson faces Tory revolt over free school meals Politics liveblog: Free school meals may not be best way to feed hungry children, says Hancock Covid ERG: Tory…
 
At odds: You will get a family Christmas, says No 10 - that's 'wishful thinking', says Sage expert Warrington next: Tier 3 lockdown expected to hit one million more Britons next week Tier 3 lockdown rules: The restrictions for 'very high' alert areas? Flu deaths: ONS says many of vulnerable may have died in first wave Second wave: Europe is again e…
 
Trump vs Biden: Rivals swap insults for real debate in second presidential clash Analysis: Trump's vicious portrayal of Biden as Washington insider may have come too late Tim Stanley: Trump won the debate - and he showed how he can also win this election Westminster vs North: Burnham bewildered at Sunak's £13bn handout Madeline Grant: Tories are st…
 
No-nonsense PT and No.1 bestselling author James Smith has ruffled a lot of feathers in the fitness industry. Here he talks calling out BS, dealing with criticism, online beefs and reveals his secret weapon. James Smith’s Not A Diet Book is out now and new book Not A Life Coach is out this November. Follow James on Instagram @JamesSmithPT. James Ha…
 
We're back in Chicago this week to look at the mesmerising case of Johann Hock, know by many, many other names - but best known as one of the most ruthless murderers of all time. What trick did he use that none of our other murderers had thought of? How do you defraud a second hand furniture shop? And what in the name of God did Nick create this we…
 
New package: Sunak offers backdated support to hospitality and leisure sector Under fire: Chancellor seeks to heal rift between Westminster and North as Labour attacks 'insulting' delay in support Analysis: Patching up holes in previous plans is not cheap, but it should save jobs What can you get?: Find out if you are eligible for the job support s…
 
Lockdown precautions: Regions 'could be put into Tier 3 restrictions as preventative measure' Analysis: Boris Johnson is picking fights with local leaders – and losing them Halting spread: Care staff ordered to work in one home only Politics liveblog: Rishi Sunak to announce support for pubs in Tier 2 areas Borat film 'gotcha': Trump lawyer Rudy Gi…
 
Brexit breakthrough: Trade negotiations restart tomorrow after Barnier says deal is 'within reach UK-US deal jeopardy: US 'concerned' that proposed UK fur sales ban could risk trade deal South Yorkshire: Region enters Tier 3 as UK cases reach record high Tom Harris: Are we witnessing the start of ambitious Andy's Third Coming? Prince William: Duke …
 
There's a lot in this episode....ahead of the Grand Final Cameron Smith calls in for a big chat with Matty and the gang, also Jack is very hungover after just arriving home from the Bunnies end of season festivities , the guys talk obscure facts, politics and the greatest league players of all time See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
 
From the Fox Sports panel.....Matty, Blocker and Kenty rate the Raiders & Bunnies season, preview the Grand Final, and ask the question....is Cameron Smith the greatest? IN THE NEXT EPISODE OF THE MATTY JOHNS PODCAST CAMERON SMITH JOINS MATTY FOR AN EXCLUSIVE CHAT BEFORE THE GRAND FINAL To take out a subscription to Fox Sports Australia where you c…
 
Regional lockdowns: Northern cities told they could be next after Manchester put into Tier 3 Politics liveblog: Government 'should have acted a few days ago' over Manchester, admits minister Inside story: How the Greater Manchester lockdown talks collapsed over just £5m Analysis: Why the figures don't support Manchester being in Tier 3 'Dangerous t…
 
Project Big Picture may be dead but pay per view for the Premier League in the UK is here, but who outside of the world's richest league wants it? We also discuss two of the biggest talking points of last weekend that have once again polarised football fans on social media: Virgil van Dijk's injury from a clumsy Jordan Pickford challenge and Sergio…
 
'I'm sorry we had to do this': PM puts Manchester into Tier 3 lockdown as talks turn sour Tier 3 lockdown rules: What are the new restrictions for 'very high' alert areas? Sadiq Khan's plea: Mayor of London urges immediate scrapping of 10pm curfew Anti-Semitism row: Len McCluskey apologises after 'count gold' jibe at Peter Mandelson Die Another Day…
 
Manchester lockdown fight: Shielding, not lockdown, is the answer, Boris Johnson told Politics liveblog: Rishi Sunak 'responding to pandemic on the cheap', claims Andy Burnham as Manchester deadline looms Coronavirus liveblog: Pre-departure rapid testing facility launched at Heathrow No mask: Matt Hancock pictured breaking face mask rules in minist…
 
If you’ve ever wondered, “What if Miranda July made her own version of DOGTOOTH?”, her new film KAJILLIONAIRE would be a pretty good answer. In this half of our pairing of darkly comic films centered on cloistered, dysfunctional families, we parse our reactions to KAJILLIONAIRE before bringing in DOGTOOTH to consider the two films’ respective handl…
 
We enjoy some rich APU backstory this week as we discuss crying at podcasts, take a time capsule deep dig and meet Alan's grandkids. We also 'go bronze' with the Duke of Edinburgh and probe Alan's 'therapist'. Plus: Loft pathos, handshake variations, and an apology to Ross Kemp. FOLLOW US: twitter.com/ThePartridgePod • facebook.com/ThePartridgePod …
 
'Sharp and deep': Wales to enter 17-day 'fire break' lockdown 'Decisive moment': Government looking at moving six more areas to Tier 3 rules Hospital admissions: Manchester hospital capacity will be overwhelmed in three weeks, says No 10 Red Wall vs The South: What 'blue on blue' Tory Covid row is really all about Barnier blinks first: EU agrees to…
 
Dr Andrew Leigh MP is an economist and Federal Labor parliamentarian. Show notes Selected links Follow Andrew: Website | Twitter Reconnected, by Andrew Leigh and Nick Terrell Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville Bowling Alone, by Robert Putnam Disconnected, by Andrew Leigh Topics discussed What has Andrew's experience of the pandemic been li…
 
Local lockdown row: PM may intervene 'to save lives' in Greater Manchester | Postcode tool: Search for which lockdown tier your area is in | Back to square one?: What we can learn from athletes about setbacks | Brexit analysis: Why the door has not been slammed shut on negotiations | Hum it: Song stuck in your head? Try Google's humming tool | Roya…
 
Pushed towards national lockdown: PM fights to save three-tier plan in face of pressure | Fraser Nelson: Boris Johnson is sleepwalking into the national lockdown he claims to despise | Politics liveblog: Manchester lockdown battle could rage all weekend, local leader says | Postcode tool: Search for which lockdown tier your area is in | Brexit: Eur…
 
We're heading to the rural bliss of Somerset to tell the tale of Sarah Freeman, whose temper got the better of her and her loved ones. Why was she so determined to poison her family? Exactly what sort of prostitute was she? And who here can play the castanets? This week's secret ingredient is...hard cider! Download, share, review!…
 
Millions more Britons will soon be living under tighter coronavirus restrictions, but Sadiq Khan and Sir Keir Starmer are among the Labour MPs calling for even harsher measures. They want to see a two-week national ’circuit breaker’ lockdown, but would this diminish the problem, or simply delay it? The Telegraph’s Global Health Security Corresponde…
 
Lockdown by stealth: Majority of UK population now facing local restrictions | Tier two lockdown: What new rules for London, Essex and York will mean | Politics liveblog: Andy Burnham: North being treated like 'canaries in coalmine' | October half-term: The nine best things to do in London - and where to stay | Royal manoeuvers: Queen steps out for…
 
We're at home with the Johns clan again, this week Matty, Trish, Jack and Cooper discuss Ray Hadley's spray, their dog Charlie swallowing a bee, Trish and Matty's close encounter with a whale and the family is joined by Melbourne storm star Branden "hectic cheese" Smith See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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