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The award-winning WIRED UK Podcast with James Temperton and the rest of the team. Listen every week for the an informed and entertaining rundown of latest technology, science, business and culture news. New episodes every Friday.
 
Down to the Wire features our 'Backpage News', which is our weekly weird news segment where we track down the most offbeat stories happening in the world and discuss them. Followed by an [insert interesting conversation piece here] and ending the episode with the best sports discussions in sports. Instagram: @dttwentertainment Website: www.dttwentertainment.com
 
Politics, locked down. From the producers of Oh God, What Now? (formerly Remainiacs), The Bunker is fearless, independent political talk for Britain and beyond. We examine the big issues with humour and expertise, cutting through the claptrap to make sense of what’s really going on – and give you the fighting spirit to keep on keeping on. Our full-panel roundtable podcast goes out every Tuesday, with shorter Bunker Daily editions on a single subject or interview on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thurs ...
 
Wiredly Inspired is co-hosted by Steve Bliznicenko and Taylor Pasichnyk. They dive deep into their own self-discovery and aspirations while being focused on bringing valuable content to those with an open mind and undeniable ambition to be greater than average. If you are still trying to pronounce our last names it's because we are two contagious Canadians with a Ukrainian heritage, and yes....we do like perogies. Through a wide range of topics together or with guests almost nothing is off l ...
 
RACING TV is the premier independent horse racing broadcaster in the UK and Ireland and this is the home for all of our podcasts. The specialist channel was set up in 2004 by its racecourse shareholders and is dedicated to broadcasting more than 800 live race meetings a year with commentary, debate and tipping from 35 of the UK's top racecourses and all 26 Irish racecourses. All Racing TV profits are returned to its racecourse shareholders to support the sport. Racing TV has well over 50,000 ...
 
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With gas prices soaring, and energy companies going bust, is it time for the Government to intervene? And while the Business and Energy Secretary described events as a “perfect storm”, how much of that storm was warned about, and even self-inflicted? Former energy trader and co-founder of one of the UK’s largest green energy suppliers, Amit Gudka t…
 
Hear the music from every edition on our rolling playlist. Our new weekend pop culture roundtable returns with special guest Lynval Golding of The Specials, and their latest album, Protest Songs. Journalist Ian Harrison joins us to chew on new films The Farewell and Sweetheart, and we all listen to Bright Magic, the latest offering from Public Serv…
 
Would you rather $25 million or 25 million loyal friends? After answering that question wrong, we kick things off with our 'Of the Weeks', including our way too down to the wire moment of the week and I can attest to that moment of the week. In our Backpage News we discuss offbeat headlines such as "Blueberry heist leaves farmers searching for answ…
 
Are humans really driven by desire for power, money, sex and comfort – or is something even deeper at play? Beneath greed, acquisitiveness, and even altruism and self-sacrifice is an even more fundamental motivation, says science writer Will Storr: the scramble for status. He tells Andrew Harrison about his new book The Status Game: On Social Posit…
 
COVID has transformed the way we work. But not everyone’s a winner, especially women, with many in jobs that make working from home is impossible, undertaking twice as much unpaid overtime, or being pushed back into the office at risk of potential pay cuts. So what can be done to support working women? Naomi Smith talks to Maya Jeyabraba and Rose L…
 
As gas prices soar and energy providers go out of business, is Britain heading for another winter of discontent? Plus, how is the Republic of Ireland finding Brexit? Is there any sympathy for the UK in Brussels? Tony Connelly, Europe editor for Irish state broadcaster RTE, joins us to discuss. And are the French right to be angry about the new AUKU…
 
It is becoming more and more apparent that Social Media is important and a powerful vehicle in our lives. We use it to stay connected, to meet new people and grow our businesses. We live in an era where Social Media platforms can literally make you rich over night, if you are one of the few that can crack the code. For the rest of us, though, if yo…
 
As Johnson and Truss head stateside, what will their New York trip mean for the UK’s environment strategy? Could AUKUS prove awkward at the international dinner table? And: why have so many people stopped wearing their COVID face coverings? Ros Taylor and Yasmeen Serhan chew on the new cabinet appointments, gas shortages, and the Great British Bake…
 
Nuclear anxiety was an everyday emotion in the 1980s, sparking atomic pop culture and peace camps across the world. September 2021 marks 40 years since the RAF Greenham Common protests, when a handful of Welsh women left their homes to march against the arrival of US nuclear warheads at the base in Berkshire. Professor Jane Holgate and Stephanie Da…
 
Hear the music from every edition on our rolling playlist. Welcome to the debut of our new weekend pop culture roundtable, as the podcast formerly known as Bigmouth joins The Bunker. This week, special guest Dan Gillespie Sells, composer of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie joins us to talk over the musical’s transition to Amazon Prime film. Critic M…
 
Trainer John McConnell joins On The Wire to talk about a scatter of runners he has at two of his local tracks, including a horse he thinks will take a hell of a lot of beating. We also look at Gowran Park on Saturday and we look back at an unbelievable Irish Champions Weekend with Johnny and Fran.由Racing TV
 
We kick the episode off with 'Of the Weeks' including "If I can't have it no one can moment of the week and repeat heaters such as "Bossman of the week" and "If you want something done right, you do it yourself moment of the week". We then move into Backpage News, your source for the hottest and weirdest stories coming predominantly out of the Amer…
 
If Apple Inc. was an economy, it would be the eighth largest in the world. But facing huge lawsuits across the world, it is finally starting to encounter the weight of its success. Has the company abused its market monopoly position in tightening its technological grip? Alex Andreou talks to Brooke Masters, Chief Business Correspondent at the FT, a…
 
Parties are the engines of democratic politics. But they also pit us apart as people and polities. So what are the new ways of political polarization, and what can we do to tackle them? Alison Goldsworthy, CEO of the Depolarization Project and former Lib Dem deputy chair, and behavioural scientist Alexandra Chesterfield are two of the authors of Po…
 
As we brace ourselves for “permanent” shop shortages and price hikes, we hear from lorry driver and transport expert Tom Reddy and Food and Drink Scotland’s James Withers on what’s behind the HGV driver shortages. Plus: how did hapless Education Secretary Gavin Williamson get to where he is today, and what does it take to make a sporting hero? And …
 
As the Government pushes ahead with plans to vaccinate children, is their COVID strategy only guided by the science when convenient? Plus: could Emma Raducanu’s stunning US Open success strike back against Priti Patel’s oppressive immigration policies? Alex Andreou and Arthur Snell unpack Afghanistan’s new cabinet, whether the latest lobbying scand…
 
When award-winning author and journalist Evan Osnos returned home to America after a decade away, he found a nation gripped by fear and anger, with democratic norms under attack. But how did this happen? Evan talks to Dorian Lynskey about his latest book, Wildland: The Making of America’s Fury, which chronicles two decades of political fury and dis…
 
Hear the music from every edition on our rolling playlist. Welcome to the debut of our new weekend pop culture roundtable, as the podcast formerly known as Bigmouth joins The Bunker. This week, special guest Sarah Cracknell of pop couturiers Saint Etienne joins us to talk over their new album I’ve Been Trying To Tell You. Plus critic John Mullen he…
 
Seamus Heffernan talks to us ahead of Longines Irish Champion Weekend while Johnny Ward and John McDonnell try to follow up last weekend's winning naps and Fran Berry reveals how news of his fame in the sport and as a broadcaster is yet to reach Twitter after he was ignominiously snubbed by the social media giant. Tune in now for the latest tips an…
 
We hate to do it, but we got a zoom call podcast for you guys this week. I know they suck but especially after a no show last week, we gotta do it. We'll be back in studio next week, if you're one of those people like us who just can't listen to shitty zoom calls just go back to last weeks episode, it was a banger. We kick it off with our 'Of the W…
 
The book index might be an unassuming tool, yet it has a remarkable history - not least because it has shaped the modern world. Author, English professor and book historian Dennis Duncan talks to Alex Andreou about his latest novel Index, A History of the, which tells the remarkable story of our first search engine, from its invention (twice) in th…
 
Chances are you haven’t willingly eaten an insect. But two billion people are already bugging out on this sustainable source of protein. Could insects offer the perfect solution for our post-Brexit and pandemic supply chain problems? Entomologist Brian Fisher and Imperial College London’s Dr. Tilly Collins join Ros Taylor to chew on how we can chan…
 
You couldn’t make it up: the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks coincides almost perfectly with the fall of Afghanistan and the West is left wondering what it was all for. Gavin Esler, former diplomat Arthur Snell and terrorism expert Dr Maria Norris recall where they were on the day the world changed, and ask if we’ve learned the right l…
 
Parliament returns to a family-sized party pack of Government cruelty and ineptitude: a National Insurance hike that hits the lowest-paid the hardest, an end to the £20 Universal Credit bonus for the neediest families, and an Elections Bill that makes it harder for us to vote them out. Business as usual, then. Plus: the Texas Taliban’s war on abort…
 
What stopped Heseltine, Ken Clarke, Dennis Healey and Kinnock from taking the top slot? Why didn’t Barbara Castle become Britain’s first female PM? The Observer’s Nick Cohen talks to the political columnist and podcaster Steve Richards about his new book The Prime Ministers We Never Had… the intriguing factors that prevented these politicians from …
 
Irish Champions Weekend is a week away and Johnny spoke to both Aidan O'Brien and Colin Keane ahead of the biggest two days on the Irish Flat calendar - with the enhanced value of bigger crowds at both meets than we have seen on a year and a half in Ireland. Fran admits he never rode in the Champion Stakes, but he could feel for Darryl Holland who …
 
The Middle Ages are an unloved tract of history, by turns alien and baffling – but these thousand years of violence, crisis and conquest set the foundations for our modern world in the most unexpected ways. Historian, TV presenter and journalist Dan Jones tells Alex Andreou how his new book Powers and Thrones unveils a medieval world few of us unde…
 
The sight of Michael Gove getting his rave on in Aberdeen is the only cheering moment in a week of unremitting grimness. As the collapse of Afghanistan gives way to a growing refugee crisis, why is the UK Government doing the bare minimum for those who helped us? And what will the debacle mean for relations between government and military? Plus the…
 
On this episode, Wiredlyinspired had the pleasure of interviewing Matt Hamill, co-owner of Red Shed Malting. With Matt's background in finance, his passion for specialty malts and growing his family business, this episode was fun and packed with value! Matt believes in supporting local and putting Canadian ingredients at the forefront of a booming …
 
Schools are back. Will the decision not to vaccinate 12-15 year olds turn classes into superspreader factories – or do we actually want school-age kids to catch COVID and build up immunity? Plus, why the Government won’t provide the catch-up funds that education needs. What the Pen Farthing episode tells us about sentimental Britain. And the shame …
 
For many he’s the great leader that Labour should have had. Now that he’s left frontline politics, Alan Johnson is trying his hand at writing fiction with his debut thriller The Late Train to Gipsy Hill out now. In a wide-ranging interview, he talks to Andrew Harrison about his love of suspense novels, whether the book’s plot alludes to the Litvine…
 
British-Turkish novelist and academic Elif Shafak is an international feminist icon followed by legions of passionate readers. She tells Dorian Lynskey about her latest novel The Island of Missing Trees, a story of identity, belonging and love that takes place between Cyprus and London – and how she too finds comfort in two places, her home city of…
 
In this episode, we explore how AI is currently perceived and the wider societal impacts of AI that are changing how power is concentrated across the world. Even though AI infiltrates many aspects of our lives from security, banking and retail through to climate change and politics, most people’s vision of AI is that it’s abstract and immaterial. I…
 
We start the show off by trying to remember a joke before getting into our 'Of the Weeks' including "That answers the age old question moment of the week" and "Who are you trying to impress moment of the week?. In our Backpage News, where we find weekly weird news happening in the world, we get into some offbeat headlines such as 'There's a loose k…
 
Does the year we were born really shape us people? Are Gen X Snowflakes really battling Baby Boomers in an intergenerational war? Friend of the podcast Professor Bobby Duffy returns with Ros Taylor to discuss his latest book Generations, why age cohorts aren’t so consistent, and how COVID has changed Gen Z forever… “The cliches around generations a…
 
The rising star of the weighing room, Ben Coen, joins us this week - or does he? As with Ben, everything is laid back, and he talks about winning the Ebor and his unbeaten brother. It's a cracking Friday in Ireland at the Curragh and we also look at Tipperary. But will Fran ever return to the beach and why did Kevin Prendergast stand him up?…
 
If we stopped trying to do everything, would we finally get chance to do what counts? Do to-do lists create anything but meaningless pressure? Can we ever really get everything done? Journalist Oliver Burkeman talks to Dorian Lynskey about how to answer the ultimate time management problem – the question of how best to use our brief moment on the p…
 
What sort of psychological shock with the fall of Afghanistan cause to the British establishment’s self-image? Will the country again became an incubator of terrorism? And how the hell is Dominic “Sun Lounger” Raab still in a job? Special guest SHIRAZ MAHER is the world authority on militant jihadism. He joins us to explain what the Taliban conques…
 
Recriminations worsen over the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the UK’s indolent response to the refugee crisis. Can Dominic Raab survive as Foreign Secretary – and what does the debacle mean for Joe Biden’s presidency? Plus, get ready for COVID at the centre of healthcare forever. And does the Brexit-COVID logistics crisis mean that Christmas i…
 
Journalist, filmmaker and author Sarfraz Manzoor grew up in two worlds, a son of working-class Pakistani immigrants who told him he’d never be accepted by the white English – yet he immersed himself in Western pop culture and built a life in it. By 2016 he’d become anxious that the multicultural Britain that made him was falling apart. He talks to …
 
This week we get the exclusive hopes of the two Longines Irish Champions Weekend CEO's; how many are they expecting to attend? Fran is live from York, where he's the subject of our envy, and Johnnys Ward and Mac have to make do with dialling in from Ireland. Our main focus is the superb Curragh card and Saturday's, with the Debutante and Futurity t…
 
We kick things off with our 'Of the Weeks' including 'worst fact guy of the week' and 'that should be enough moment of the week'. In our Backpage News, where we find weekly weird news happening in the world, we get into some offbeat headlines such as 'UK Town Plagued by Vandal Dumping Beans Everywhere" (11:24), "Driver Waiting for Assistance With B…
 
What is the situation really like on the ground in Afghanistan, after the Taliban’s astonishingly swift takeover? Our panelist Arthur Snell talks to one of his contacts, presently in hiding in Kabul. We have chosen not identify them for their own safety. https://www.patreon.com/bunkercast “Kabul has been left without anything.” “Everything is close…
 
World War II seemed to mark the end of American conservatism, and a new liberal age. Then Reagan came along – and we’re still living with the consequences. What explains the dominance of conservatism in modern American politics? Historian Rick Perlstein talks to Dorian Lynskey about his new book, Reaganland, the finale of a three-part saga about th…
 
The fall of Kabul to the Taliban has placed thousands of people in mortal danger and traumatised the entire Western security establishment. How did we get it so wrong, and what happens next? Also, the future of COVID: Leeds University Global Health Professor Garrett W. Brown joins us to set out the next pandemic and why the “Pasteurian Paradigm” wo…
 
The Afghan Government’s sudden collapse and the return of Taliban rule have both shocked the international community. What happens next? What can Afghan civilians and women especially expect from their new rulers? And just how big a catastrophe is this for the Biden administration? Arthur Snell, who has spent time in Helmand Province himself, lays …
 
Will it take a satirist to fix Britain’s busted politics? Armando Iannucci – writer of The Thick Of It, The Day Today and Veep – is looking for emergency fixes in the new podcast series Westminster Reimagined. He and producer Anoosh Chakelian talk to former SPAD Ayesha Hazarika about the forces that are breaking our politics. Why are things so bad?…
 
Gavin Lynch is back! One of the most respected judges in Ireland has some fancies at the Curragh and Tramore, while he pushes his Coast To Curragh cycle, with Fran Berry doing all he can to avoid getting on a bicycle next month – but we haven't given up! Will Reilly might get involved yet, the Bar One guru all set for the return of Dundalk on Sunda…
 
Anyone heard from Down with Webster latley? Hope they're doing okay, anyways we kick it off with some 'Of the Weeks' including 'Thanks? I guess? moment of the week and 'Worst chastity belt everrr moment of the week'. In our Backpage News, where we find weekly weird news happening in the world, we get into some offbeat headlines such as, " Woman Sue…
 
Aegean neighbours Greece and Turkey have been rivals for centuries – and both countries are prone to forgetting the “unfortunate episodes” in their relations with the other. Can they ever get past their infamous regional enmity? Alex Andreou talks to Turkish author and columnist Defne Suman – whose latest novel, The Silence of Scheherazade, looks a…
 
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