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The BHP is a chronological retelling of the history of Britain with a particular focus upon the lives of the people. You won’t find a dry recounting of dates and battles here, but instead you’ll learn about who these people were and how their desires, fears, and flaws shaped the scope of this island at the edge of the world. And some of those desires are downright scandalous.
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In a country obsessed with gossip, the great and the good fear one thing more than any other - scandal. British scandals change the course of history. They bring down governments, overthrow the rich and cause the mighty to fall. Some are about sex, others about money. In the end, they’re all about power. But often at the heart of a scandal, there are ordinary human stories. Stories of those caught up in the swirl of outrage. Who was really to blame for what happened? Why did they do it? And ...
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Luke's English Podcast is an award-winning podcast for learners of English. Listen, learn and have fun while picking up natural British English as it really is spoken. http://teacherluke.co.uk Sign up to LEP Premium on Acast+ and add the premium episodes to a podcast app on your phone. https://plus.acast.com/s/teacherluke. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Learn British English as well as British culture, history, news and current affairs, and much more with weekly episodes from your host Charlie on The British English Podcast! Visit the website for learning resources:thebritishenglishpodcast.com
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The 1000 Voices podcast is your go-to source if you’re a Black Briton poised to make a difference but are stuck at the ’how.’ We dive deep into the life-altering journeys of Black British leaders who’ve ignited change. We unpack the tools they used, the barriers they shattered, and the ways you can do it too. Come for the stories, leave with a blueprint.
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A true crime podcast covering listener-suggested British murder cases and featuring interviews with high-profile guests in the true crime industry. Do you have a case suggestion? Please send it to contact@britishmurders.com or fill out a Contact Form at britishmurders.com.
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Welcome to 'The British Food History Podcast': British food in all its (sometimes gory) glory with Dr. Neil Buttery. He'll be looking in depth at all aspects of food with interviews with special guests, recipes, re-enactments, foraging, trying his hand at traditional techniques, and tracking down forgotten recipes and hyper-regional specialities. He'll also be trying to answer the big question: What makes British food, so...British? This podcast uses the following third-party services for an ...
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British Thought Leaders features in-depth conversations on issues that affect and shape our society and culture, giving a voice to those marginalised by legacy media. Hosted by NTD UK’s News Director Lee Hall.
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Kate Hills is on a one-woman mission to save UK manufacturing. In this podcast she shines the light on British brands and manufacturers, and goes behind the scenes of their businesses. With tips, hints and tricks to help you manufacture in the UK and buy British. Never has there been a more critical time to get behind 'made in Britain'.
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Weekly podcast, British History: Royals, Rebels, and Romantics, available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you find your podcasts. Meet famous and infamous characters, walk with playwrights and peasants, and wander through castles and cathedrals. New episodes every Wednesday. Have a question about British history, something you’ve always wanted to know? Just ask! Let’s explore history together.
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The British baseball podcast is a weekly show for your british baseball needs. Hosted by Matt Mutton and featuring guests ranging from players, coaches and key influencers with in the British grassroots baseball community. If you have a story to tell or want to reach out, please contact the show on Youtube, twitter, IG, FB @britbaseballpod or email britishbaseballpodcast@gmail.com
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Welcome to Black British Parent's Podcast, where we dive into the dynamic world of parenting within British African and Caribbean communities. Join us for insightful conversations on navigating the unique challenges and celebrating the triumphs of parenting within the African Diaspora. From expert interviews on child development and education to heartfelt stories from our community, we explore the multifaceted journey of nurturing children with cultural pride. Tune in for practical tips, div ...
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The Great British Mickey Waffle is a lively and entertaining podcast that focuses on all things Disney. Hosted by a group of passionate Disney fans from the United Kingdom, this podcast offers a unique perspective on the latest news, updates, and events from the Disney parks and resorts. So if you're looking for a fun and engaging podcast that celebrates all things Disney, look no further than The Great British Mickey Waffle.
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A British English podcast to help your English listening skills! If you can't understand everything I say, please don't worry. Just keep listening everyday and try reading the episode transcripts 🙂 📝 Episode Transcripts: https://englishgo.co.uk/link/transcripts 🎧 Ad-free Episodes: https://englishgo.co.uk/link/ad-free 📺 YouTube Channel: https://englishgo.co.uk/link/youtube 📸 Socials: https://englishgo.co.uk/link/socials 🔗 Website: http://englishgo.co.uk ❤️ Please support this podcast at: http ...
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Pax Britannica is a narrative history podcast covering the empire upon which the sun never set. Shortlisted for the 2023 Independent Podcast Awards, Pax Britannica follows the events which created an empire that dominated the globe. Hosted by Dr Samuel Hume, a historian of British Imperial history, Pax Britannica aims to explain the rise and eventual fall of the largest empire in history. After all, how peaceful was the 'British Peace'?
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One British Man is an English language podcast created by Lee Passmore, a father, a singer-songwriter and a native English tutor from Devon, England. It's a lighthearted comedy podcast aimed at intermediate/advanced English learners and anyone with an interest in British English. Lee focuses on everyday English conversation, providing easy-listening episodes which are split into two parts; topic discussions and language learning. If you are looking for a fun and natural way to learn vocabula ...
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YOU HAVE BEEN WATCHING is a podcast all about British sitcoms. Join your hosts Robert Turnbull & Alex Lynch (and Tony Black until he was recast) as they discuss classic sitcoms, forgotten gems and curiosities, and dissect the themes, ideas, context and meaning of the comedies we have grown up with... A proud part of the Film Stories Podcast Network: www.filmstories.co.uk
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Conversations about being Third Culture Kids. Join us as we have honest, open conversations about life, love and everything in between. This podcast looks to amplify, reassure and highlight the reality of being a Diaspora Desi. Hosted by Quarina, we keep it a little sassy but always classy (with a touch of hood) Connect with the Podcast on Instagram: @boldbrownandbritish.
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Sprawiam, że mówisz po angielsku! A ten podcast to przede wszystkim małe porcje języka angielskiego – w sam raz do kawy ;) To minilekcje na poziomie B1-B2, na których uczę Cię wyrażeń przydatnych na co dzień. Ze mną nabierzesz pewności siebie i poprawisz swoją płynność w języku angielskim. Happy learning! Więcej informacji tutaj ➡️ https://linktr.ee/angielskidokawy
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A British DnD 5e comedy podcast from 6 Brits, with little to no experience in dungeons or dragons. Join James (the DM), Tom (Keth Frostiron), Chip (Jeff Silverbow), Paul (Malrus Tosscobble), Alex (Derek Normalbeard) and Sophie (River) on their pirate adventure, as they explore the world of Dungeons and Dragons (but badly). NEW EPISODES WEEKLY | JOIN OUR PATREON - http://www.patreon.com/rollbritannia | MERCH SHOP - http://www.rollbritannia.co.uk/shop | SUPPORT OUR CROWDFUNDING PROJECT: https: ...
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The sinister life coaching company that takes over your life. Catrin Nye investigates. In early 2019 Jeffrey Leigh-Jones from Portsmouth got a life coach. Someone to mentor him in life and help him realise his business ambitions. Two years later, Jeff had sold his house, his relationship was in pieces, and he had handed over tens of thousands of pounds. And he wasn't the only one. In this eighteen-month investigation for the BBC, journalist Catrin Nye and her team expose control, intimidatio ...
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I welcome podcaster Wendy Cee to the show in this interview episode. In December 2007, Graham Birchwood orchestrated the murder of his wife, Sharon - Wendy's beloved aunt - by hiring a hitman named Paul Cryne. In this episode, Wendy reflects on her cherished memories of Sharon, delves into the gripping details of the murder investigation, and discu…
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Hammer Films adapted the three BBC Quatermass serials as films. They were released to cinemas in 1955, 1957 and 1967. This is our annual “spinoff” discussion about an adaptation of a British SF TV series into a different medium. Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at britishinvaders@gmail.com, and you …
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Why did England's one experiment in republican rule fail? Oliver Cromwell's death in 1658 sparked a period of unrivalled turmoil and confusion in English history. In less than two years, there were close to ten changes of government; rival armies of Englishmen faced each other across the Scottish border; and the Long Parliament was finally dissolve…
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This Week explores some of the biggest stories from the Premier League and the world of football and focuses on the most interesting vocabulary. In this episode, Jack talks to two old friends about their memories of PE at school. Then, there’s a quiz where you have to work out which PE sport or activity Jack is describing. You can read the transcri…
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Learn more about The Windrush Scandal in a Transnational and Commonwealth Context HERE or HERE Send in questions about the Wars of the Three Kingdoms to https://bit.ly/RevQA Join the Mailing List! Join the Patreon House of Lords for ad-free episodes! Go to AirwaveMedia.com to find other great history shows. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
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June is the month that keeps on giving here at the Great British Mickey Waffle.. You will find a section of our 5th birthday discussions released weekly simply because the show would have been FAR too long for anyone to enjoy. Our own personal Disney Experience was one of the areas of discussion that I think should probably come with an official “m…
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Chapter 163 - Going for Ftones!. It's 9:20am on 21st June 2024 and the spectre of the end of the podcast hangs over us all, but for now we plough on (no pun intended as this is a feriouf podcaft). There's medieval fongs and some dog poo and the possibility that Richard has been tricked into advertising someone during this chapter. It's very hot and…
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You can read the full article here: https://www.afr.com/world/europe/why-your-accent-might-be-holding-you-back-at-work-20240617-p5jm9h Want the British Accent Training Courses? Details: https://learningbritishaccent.com/bundle/ 12 month subscription: https://learningbritishaccent.com/product/british-accent-bundle-12-month-access-2/ Lifetime Members…
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Subscriber-only episode I'm not a smoker but I do remember my first cigarette. It was a classic teenage moment filled with pressure, curiosity and the need to fit in. Today's words; booze (noun/slang) whizz by/past/through (phrasal verb) to swig (verb) drag (noun) to nab (verb/slang) JOIN THE SUBSCRIBER ONLY INSTAGRAM PAGE Comment on the episodes, …
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Thanks for listening to another episode of English Go podcast! If you enjoy listening to this podcast, please join the English Go community at https://englishgo.co.uk/link/community 😊 📝 Episode Transcripts: https://englishgo.co.uk/link/transcripts 📺 YouTube Channel: https://englishgo.co.uk/link/youtube 📸 Socials: https://englishgo.co.uk/link/social…
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In this episode of the British English Podcast, host Charlie wraps up "The Mystery of the Crimson Manor," revealing that Clarissa, facing financial woes, stole the jewel with the butler's help to cover her children's school fees. Charlie emphasizes understanding native expressions from the story and encourages listeners to use the podcast’s resourc…
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Join me on a tour round a factory! In this episode I'm chatting with Simon Michelson, owner of Vagabond Bags, a sewing factory in Swindon that makes cosmetic bags, shower caps and hot water bottle covers. Meet some of the people working in the factory, hear about the jobs they do and find out how many shower hats one person can make in a day. Spoil…
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Send us a Text Message. In this heartfelt episode, we delve into the inevitable yet challenging topic of death and dealing with grief. As brown people in modern British society, our experiences with loss are unique, shaped by rich cultural traditions and personal stories. Join me as I share my personal journey of losing my beloved grandfather, our …
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Hi family! Welcome to the latest episode of the Black British Parent Podcast! This week, we have a very special guest, Priscilla, the inspiring founder of The Stepmums Club. Priscilla opens up about her journey as a step mum, the unique challenges she has faced and the motivation behind creating a supportive network for step mums. Whether you are a…
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In this week's episode, of Dungeons & Dragons episode, chaos ensues as Keth and Derek battle a guard whose strength is rapidly fading. Meanwhile, Milo and Jeff wrestle with a series of perplexing valves. The gang's antics lead to some surprising discoveries, including a fragile Raj Benal model and a mysterious hippo. Can they trust the Warden's inf…
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Michelle is trying to enjoy her five-star honeymoon. But it’s difficult when her phone won’t stop ringing. A Guardian journalist is on her case. He’s digging into claims she’s involved in a company who made millions selling unusable PPE to the government. Michelle can’t sit back and enjoy her cocktail - it’s not in her nature to stay silent. She’s …
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NTD’s Lee Hall sits down with Martin Seager, male psychology specialist and mental health campaigner. Viewed as one of the founders of men’s psychology, Martin talks about society’s bias against males—and why he considers "the patriarchy" and "toxic masculinity" to be myths.De către British Thought Leaders
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Welcome to YOU HAVE BEEN WATCHING: A BRITISH SITCOM PODCAST It’s self promotion time in our very special SHAMELESS CLIP SHOW episode! Yes, in order to give all our listeners who haven’t yet signed up to our exclusive Patreon (do it now at patreon.com/YHBWPOD) a taste of what our subscription Extra Laughs episodes are like, we’ve edited together a c…
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Join me as I take a walk along the embankment of the river Seine from Louvre to Ponte Marie in the centre of Paris. This time the topic is health and diet. Watch out for the phrasal verbs I use during my ramble! Episode page 👉 https://teacherluke.co.uk/2024/06/17/887-walk-talk-health-diet-phrasal-verbs/ Come and see me performing stand-up comedy in…
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This episode, my conversation with Richard Bullock, a past Chair of the Agricultural Land Commission. Richard joined me to talk about a life in farming and why chairing the ALC was the hardest job he took on in sixty five years as a farmer. The ALC's Annual Report is a good way to learn the fundamentals about the ALC/ALR if you're into that sort of…
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The military history of the British and Irish Civil Wars has been dominated by the stories of the battles between the two field armies in England such as Marston Moor, Newbury and Naseby. But in reality, this was largely a conflict of relatively small-scale local conflicts, often around strongpoints such as fortified houses. These engagements ... R…
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It was early September of 1087, and for weeks…nearly two months, in fact… people had been discussing William’s impending death, and worrying about what would happen next. And for good reason. This family, which ruled over Normandy, had a history of infighting and civil wars, especially during times of succession. The post 450 – Begin With A Bang fi…
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In this episode, we ask the question: how can I motivate my students? Chris and We'am discuss what motivation in English teaching means to them and the importance of motivation for learners. First they talk to Liam Printer, an expert in motivation in language teaching. He explains the different types of motivation and how we can help learners to re…
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She's much more than the wife who "survived." Historian and author Laura Adkins takes us into the life of Kateryn Parr and shares the full background of this extraordinary woman, wife, stepmother, and queen. Show Notes: Carol Ann Lloyd www.carolannlloyd.com @shakeuphistory patreon.com/carolannlloyd The Tudors by Numbers, published by Pen and Sword …
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"Challenge yourself to watch or read or play something that you would normally turn your nose up at...you'll be surprised at what you might enjoy." - Sofia Akel About Sofia Akel: Sofia Akel is the founder of the Free Books Campaign, a community interest company dedicated to distributing books by authors of colour to those who can't afford or access…
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On episode 88, it's May 1923, and the six-month-old BBC is settling into its new home at Savoy Hill. But it's not all plain sailing. This time, 2-24 May 1923 is retold via press cuttings (thanks to our Newspaper Detective Andrew Barker), showing us that: Some corners of the press were mounting an anti-BBC campaign, complaining it was offering "poor…
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Alice in Wonderland was a 1986 BBC adaptation of the classic book by Lewis Carroll. Journey from sepia into colour as we enter Wonderland! Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at britishinvaders@gmail.com, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. We are also on Threads and Instagram. …
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It’s the end of season seven, so it is time for the traditional special postbag edition of the podcast. Much is covered: feminist dining tables, 17th-century household books, regional gingerbreads, musk-flavoured sweeties and much more. Thanks to everyone who wrote in with a question, comment or query. The podcast will return in August. Support the…
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Ever wondered what it takes to manage a professional cycling team on the cusp of a major race? Tom Varney, the General Manager of Lifeplus-Wahoo, joins us on The British Continental podcast for an eye-opening discussion on the eve of the Tour of Britain Women. Tom discusses the importance of the race for British cycling teams and riders, highlighti…
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I was asked not too long ago if I would like to interview a New York Best Selling Author, I wasn't sure how I could work it into British Baseball, but I didn't have to, but there are elements of British Baseball in Joe's book and it even has a segment dedicated to it, sounded like a fun idea and having had the chance to interview writers in the pas…
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