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The Guardian's political editor, Heather Stewart, and deputy political editor, Jessica Elgot, are joined by commentators, experts and politicians to unpack the week's biggest stories in politics. On Politics Weekly Extra, Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland speaks with some of the Guardian’s US team about the latest from the 2020 presidential election campaign
 
The Guardian Long Read - audio versions of our regular long reads published online and in the newspaper Monday through Friday. The long reads are long form articles on a wide variety of topics from global politics to the big cultural debates of our time. For the print version go to - http://www.theguardian.com/news/series/the-long-read
 
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
Married couple Dave and Cathy podcast their walk home from the movies. Winner: Best New Podcast, British Podcast Awards 2017. "Suffused with charm and insight" - The Guardian. Warning: This podcast includes some swearing and mild married-couple-bickering.
 
REMAINIACS is a no flim flam Brexit podcast for everyone who knows that leaving the EU won't be un morceau de gateau. We're not sick of experts and we won't shut up and get over it. Presented by Dorian Lynskey of The Guardian with Ian Dunt of politics.co.uk, Naomi Smith of Best For Britain (personal capacity only!), Ros Taylor of the LSE (personal capacity only, again), Alex Andreou AKA @SturdyAlex, German-Nepalese journalist Nina Schick, actor Ingrid Oliver and scores of special guests. Fol ...
 
It is an Age of Change in the Maiar Empire. The long-absent Fae creatures have returned from their exile to the land of mortals, bringing arcane magic with them. Amid this changing world, five adventurers’ cross paths in the city of Faine, the epicenter of the Fae migration. The Guardians Of Fehal is a Real-Play Dungeons and Dragons podcast released every other week on Patreon, and every other episode is available for free on this feed. So if you want to hear the whole adventure, consider su ...
 
An award-winning, critically acclaimed mockumentary podcast that follows fictional Premier League club Ashwood City FC. 'The Thick of it meets fifa career mode - a must listen for football fans' - The Guardian 'Ultra-sharp satire' - GQ This podcast is a serial, begin at episode 1.
 
Starting in Australia and now in the UK, Token is a podcast about marginalised identities. But it's fun - we promise. We talk about race, gender, sexuality, culture, politics and whatever else makes you feel like a token in today's world. The only constants are fun, frank discussion and the freedom to politely ask awkward questions
 
You've heard of the Strictly curse. Well, now it's time to hear The Curse of Strictly! Join the Guardian's Julia Raeside and Marc Haynes (host of Wrestle Me! and The The One Show Show podcast) as they take you and their special guests for a frantic waltz through the new series of the BBC's family spectacular Strictly Come Dancing. With all the freedom that unofficial status brings, they'll be taking to the dancefloor twice a week to sift the grit from the glitter on the nation's favourite te ...
 
The Storyteller Series is a podcast bringing back classic radio theatre featuring engaging storytelling delivered to you monthly. Full cast productions of original short stories in an audio drama style. All will bring you on an audible journey. Check out our print edition: https://nightshiftradio.com/storytellersprint Check out the other Night Shift Radio Productions: https://nightshiftradio.com/
 
We delve into the nitty gritty of Brexit and try to make some sort of sense of it, bringing you episodes as and when you need them. We’ll be hearing from Britons and Europeans, leavers and remainers, politicians and ordinary people, economists, businessmen, lawyers, researchers, campaigners and many more about what Brexit means for them, for the UK and for the EU, how it might work – and how it might not. It's a podcast that can’t get enough of experts ... and we want to hear from you too
 
Running a business rarely runs smoothly, but a cool head and self-belief can turn adversity into advantage. The Guardian Small Business Network's confessions events bring entrepreneurs together to share the highs and lows of entrepreneurship. These are the stories you won't hear anywhere else. Hosted by Guardian journalist Coco Khan
 
The Goblin Podcast is a kid's podcast featuring original musical stories, from acclaimed children's theatre makers. Each episode we’ll be bringing you new musical stories for the whole family to enjoy wherever you like. Our stories are full of catchy new songs and a lot of fun that will inspire the imagination of all ages. From The Legend of the Jazz Penguin (a musical adventure about a little Penguin looking for her sound) to Hey Diddle Diddle (a celebration of nonsense based on the nursery ...
 
In our award-winning series, Beyond the Blade, we have been investigating the impact of knife crime on Britain's young people, and exposing the myths that surround it. In this new series of podcasts, we hear from people in Birmingham, Bristol and London who have personal experiences with knife crime, but who are actively engaged in solutions
 
Each month, the Guardian's bike podcast brings you news, views and opinion from the world of cycling – from reviews of new bikes and essential biking accessories, to interviews with well-known cyclists, recommendations for bike routes and a round-up of the latest cycling-related news
 
Behind the scenes at the Guardian, former editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger and his team reveal a newspaper’s mission to help save the world from climate change. Can they find a new narrative to tell a 20 year-old story? And what will they risk in their efforts to do so? This award winning podcast is simply a must: you don’t have to know much about climate change to begin, we explain everything and what we can all do to stop it in its tracks
 
A wealthy philanthropist adopts an abandoned baby he finds in a railway station waiting room. The child grows into a fine, upstanding young man. When his benefactor dies, he is made the guardian of the old man's lovely young daughter. But unknown to everyone, he leads a double life that even his best friend knows nothing about... If you thought that this has all the makings of a most sinister and diabolical plot, you couldn't be more mistaken. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde i ...
 
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 a freelance journalist ...
 
With more than 350 million people around the world using Shazam, most people know the app – but what about the team behind the scenes who make all those magical music tags possible? Hear Shazam’s VP of Music and Content, Will Mills, and Stuart Dredge of The Guardian and Music Ally talk about music, technology and how mobile is revolutionising the media landscape at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Funny people talk about having children. "A frank, fearless and funny guide to parenting" The Guardian. Comedians, actors, writers and other interesting people talk about the emotional impact of having children and how it has altered the relationships with their partners, families, careers and sense of self. Presented by writer and podcaster Sophie Black who, in a former life, performed sketch comedy at the Edinburgh Festival and on TV. Now she produces several regular podcast series includi ...
 
Share in the joys, nightmares and sheer absurdities of parenting with two dads and bunch of special guests. Keith Stuart is the author of the Richard and Judy Book Club bestselling novel A Boy Made of Blocks, as well as games editor for the Guardian; Ed Wood is a book editor and former journalist. They both have autistic sons, they both like a chat about books, games and films, and they both have very little filter for talking nonsense about what it’s like to be a dad.
 
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There aren’t any other Guardian Devil bars. And even if that angelic fern bar did allow admittance, there would be little interest in mingling with those bleach-soaked, minty do-gooders. After all, who wants to frolic and sing hymns anyway? So, this is where we find the Guardian Devils, including Leonard, of whom this story is about. Written by: To…
 
In a state bloodied by decades of armed rebellion, Thounaojam Herojit became one of India’s most deadly police officers – killing more than a hundred people. This year, he became something rarer still: an executioner who wanted to tell the world about his crimes. By Raghu Karnad and Grace Jajo. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian…
 
As the two US presidential candidates left the stage in Tennessee after the final debate of the campaign, Jonathan Freedland and Richard Wolffe talk through the biggest moments of the night. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian による
 
We had a fun week this week changing some names in the discord, let us know what we should change Cyn to next. We talk about what we have been doing in the game and then about the upcoming new raid date that has been announced. DesRaven gives us his take on the last Interference mission. We talk about our experiences in a prestige spire run. We the…
 
In this session of Clean Insights Symposium, we meet Tawanda & Moritz to discuss user's perceptions when mobile apps ask permission to track usage behavior and stats, and to discover how we can build apps that show confidence and trust when asking for consent. Asking for consent and giving permissions from our users Show Notes Available at https://…
 
In a state bloodied by decades of armed rebellion, Thounaojam Herojit became one of India’s most deadly police officers – killing more than a hundred people. Then, he became something rarer still: an executioner who wanted to tell the world about his crimes. By Raghu Karnad and Grace Jajo. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/…
 
Ashwood City take on Leeds United in the first league meeting between the two since 2004. Chief Executive Patrick Nolan has had to make slight adjustments to Dartley Park, in order to welcome the Premier League newcomers. Paul Waggott as Patrick Nolan Helena Doughty as Jess Tate Adam Jarrell as Chris 'Woody' Woodall John Brannoch as Colin Walsh Tho…
 
Julia Raeside and Marc Haynes are back to break down the launch show of Strictly Come Dancing Season 18! This is the second part of a two part special - as we break down the first dance of all of 2020's competitors in the most fabulous show on TV. Featuring our BOILING HOT TAKES on JJ Chalmers, Maisie Smiff, Jason Bell, Ranvir Singh, Nicola Adams, …
 
Julia Raeside and Marc Haynes are back to break down the launch show of Strictly Come Dancing Season 18! This is the first part of a two part special - as we break down the first dance of all of 2020's competitors in the most fabulous show on TV. Featuring our EXTREMELY HOT TAKES on Jamie Laing, Caroline Quentin, Max George, Clara Amfo, and Jacqui …
 
Coronavirus has hit few sectors harder than air travel, wiping out tens of thousands of jobs and uncountable billions in revenue. While most fleets were grounded, the industry was forced to reimagine its future. By Samanth Subramanian. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
Coronavirus has hit few sectors harder than air travel, wiping out tens of thousands of jobs and uncountable billions in revenue. While most fleets were grounded, the industry was forced to reimagine its future. By Samanth Subramanian. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
This week: Will that punishment beating for King In The North Andy Burnham make ex-Red Wallers think again about their unwise pre-Christmas fling with raffish Londoner Boris Johnson? Brexit and Coronavirus merge into COVEXIT, the uncontrollable MegaZoid of misery. Are Schrödinger’s Brexit Talks dead, alive, or both at the same time? And for the fir…
 
In this bonus episode, Jonathan Freedland hosts a panel with Daniel Strauss, Lauren Gambino and Richard Wolffe, on the latest from the US election campaign. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian による
 
Heather Stewart and Peter Walker run through a cantankerous week in Westminster. Rajeev Syal speaks to the chair of the women and equalities committee, Caroline Nokes. Plus, Heather chats to the comedian and former Labour party member Matt Forde about his new book, Politically Homeless. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/pol…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2015: Luzira was once the most notorious prison in Uganda. Now it’s home to what is surely the world’s most elaborate prison football league – and a model for the transformative power of the bea…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2015: Luzira was once the most notorious prison in Uganda. Now it’s home to what is surely the world’s most elaborate prison football league – and a model for the transformative power of the bea…
 
The squad walks out onto the pitch to talk through another Merseyside Derby to remember (2:18), rash challenges, Michael Oliver's ownership (9:40), David Moyes making an argument for World's Top Fraud (22:00), Aston Villa proving to be relegation-free (31:11), the impact of the no fans on the Premier League (33:45), condemning Aguero's interaction …
 
Sometimes as a DM, a chance for a player to get a key role playing moment gets skipped. Learn why Lizzie made a space for Josh's Hans & Frans to talk to one of his goddesses totems. Warning, this episode contains complete spoilers for where Lizzie came up with the Nightingale myth, so be prepared to hear about Japanese and Greek mythology.…
 
David Blagdon’s long-term detention has been described as ‘barbaric’. Whatever his disastrous personal choices, the system failed him repeatedly. By Mark Olden. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian による
 
Fresh from the International Break as well as the possibility of 'Project Big Picture', Patrick Nolan embarks on his own project as he attempts to put the final nail in the coffin of the Ashwood City Youth Academy, albeit with a little help from some friends in low places. Paul Waggott as Patrick Nolan Helena Doughty as Jess Tate Adam Jarrell as Ch…
 
David Blagdon’s long-term detention has been described as ‘barbaric’. Whatever his disastrous personal choices, the system failed him repeatedly. By Mark Olden. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian Long Read による
 
Julia Raeside and Marc Haynes are back to break down the launch show of Strictly Come Dancing Season 18! This is the second part of a two part special - if you don't like the idea of Jason Bell, do like the idea of Jamie Laing and wouldn't wish to see same-sex couples dancing, then thanks for coming but we're going to have to ask you to leave. See …
 
Julia Raeside and Marc Haynes are back to break down the launch show of Strictly Come Dancing Season 18! This is the first part of a two part special - WARNING! INCLUDES AN RENACTMENT OF TESS DALY'S WORST WRITTEN LINK OF ALL TIME. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
On 27th December 2020 we’re doing a special live performance of our Christmas show The Ballad of Rudy at the iconic and jazzy Live at Zedel in London’s Piccadilly. We will be streaming the show live at 3pm (GMT), and it will be available for 48 hours afterwards. There will also be a small number of tickets available for the live performance. The Ba…
 
And....FIGHT! The matches are set, and the boys make names for themselves in the ring against the other champions of The Gauntlet. As they claw their way to the final match against Llew, (a.k.a The Shark), Una finds Ualan in the crowd, and makes her move to get information. Music Used: Deep Woods - Peritune Nomadic Sunset by Alexander Nakarada Link…
 
As reports suggest that No 10 Downing Street has been preparing for Trump’s exit from the White House, Jonathan Freedland and Rafael Behr look at how the election might affect America’s relationship with the rest of the world. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodThe Guardian による
 
Is the Government’s piecemeal lockdown driving as big a wedge between the North and South of England as there is between Westminster and the devolved governments? Plus our special guests, Manchester University politics professors Rob Ford and Maria Sobolewska, join us to talk about their new book Brexitland: Identity, Diversity and the Reshaping of…
 
Jessica Elgot and Helen Pidd break down the three-tier risk system now in place in England. Lisa O’Carroll and Mujtaba Rahman look at the latest Brexit negotiations. Plus, Rajeev Syal speaks to Meg Hillier MP, chair of the public accounts committee. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week’s article: The Garrick Club in London is preparing for a bitter struggle over whether to admit women members. How long can the British establishment fend off modernity? By Amelia Gentleman. Help suppo…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week’s article: The Garrick Club in London is preparing for a bitter struggle over whether to admit women members. How long can the British establishment fend off modernity? By Amelia Gentleman. Help suppo…
 
We have some other games talk and talk about what we are doing in Destiny. The festival of the lost is alright but we are still not 100% happy with cipher decoder drops. We talk about some upcoming new light changes, and whats happening with mods. Let us know if you think Shaw Han-Solo Uldren is a thing ;) Please join our discord and continue the d…
 
The Iuventa ran hundreds of missions to save migrants from drowning off the coast of Libya. But after Europe cracked down on migration, its crew found themselves facing prosecution. By Daniel Trilling. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian による
 
Aschenbach. That's who Max reminded me of, with his sophistication and grace evocative of a different, more elegant era. He was small, about 5 feet tall, (maybe that's why all his gifts were so petite.) A bit of a dandy. He wore a Burberry trench coat, cuff-links, and a fedora hat with a military pin. He smoked a pipe. He had small hands. And now, …
 
The Iuventa ran hundreds of missions to save migrants from drowning off the coast of Libya. But after Europe cracked down on migration, its crew found themselves facing prosecution. By Daniel Trilling. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodThe Guardian Long Read による
 
In return for anonymity, MPs agreed to speak candidly about climate change. The difference between what they say in private and in public is striking – and shows us how we can make climate action central to post-pandemic politics. By Rebecca Willis. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
The team focuses on women's soccer in England while the Premier League is on pause for the international break. We discuss what it's like to play in England (1:50), league structure and cup competitions (9:40), Manchester United Women's problematic beginnings (23:25), a 50-year ban on women's soccer (38:55), USWNT stars in the Women's Super League …
 
After a week in which so much happened in the US, Jonathan Freedland talks to the Guardian US columnist Moira Donegan about why the pandemic might be the one issue Trump can’t talk his way out of, and to Lauren Gambino about what swing states tell us about modern US politics. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
Having lost control of the virus, the economy and now the Conservative Party, can mojo-free COVID casualty Boris Johnson relaunch himself with a war on Lefty Luvvies? Behind the scenes, are we looking at an autumn Sunak vs Gove smackdown? Is the big winner of Donald Trump’s COVID diagnosis really… Donald Trump? And how to fight – and win – a cultur…
 
In return for anonymity, MPs agreed to speak candidly about climate change. The difference between what they say in private and in public is striking – and shows us how we can make climate action central to post-pandemic politics. By Rebecca Willis. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
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