Arts Podcasts

Poor Chris show

Poor ChrisJoin Now to Follow

Tom and Chris talk about Chris and all the bad things that happen to him.

By Unknown

Scotland Introducing show

Scotland IntroducingJoin Now to Follow

Alternative and indie music from the best of Scotland's unsigned talent as featured on Vic Galloway's show on Radio Scotland.

By BBC Radio Scotland

National Gallery of Australia | LECTURE SERIES | 2009 show

National Gallery of Australia | LECTURE SERIES | 2009Join Now to Follow


By National Gallery of Australia

Tasty Selections Podcast show

Tasty Selections PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Downloads are currently restricted. If download error please go to Each week there will be a small tasty selection of tunes from different genre’s on the Beatport and Trackitdown charts as well as a few juicy favourites thrown in for good measure. Different genre’s well be rocking out to will include: trance, electro, house music, hard dance, and maybe some surprise flavours thrown in along the way. Go to to interact with the show.

By Dj Andre

Saturday Review show

Saturday ReviewJoin Now to Follow

Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss the week’s cultural highlights on BBC Radio 4.

By BBC Radio 4

Librivox: Stories of King Arthur and His Knights by Cutler, U. Waldo show

Librivox: Stories of King Arthur and His Knights by Cutler, U. WaldoJoin Now to Follow

Stories of King Arthur and His Knights Retold from Malory's "Morte dArthur"

By LibriVox

Librivox: Swiss Family Robinson, The (Version 2) by Wyss, Johann David show

Librivox: Swiss Family Robinson, The (Version 2) by Wyss, Johann DavidJoin Now to Follow

First published in 1812, The Swiss Family Robinson may sometimes seem old-fashioned to modern readers, especially the family’s attitude toward wildlife (if it moves, shoot it). However, it’s a truly exciting adventure and a timeless story of warm and loving family life. As the narrator says: “It was written... for the instruction and amusement of my children... Children are, on the whole, very much alike everywhere, and you four lads fairly represent multitudes... It will make me happy to think that my simple narrative may lead some of these to observe how blessed are the results of patient continuance in well-doing, what benefits arise from the thoughtful application of knowledge and science, and how good and pleasant a thing it is when brethren dwell together in unity, under the eye of parental love.” Written by Swiss pastor Johann David Wyss and edited by his son Johann Rudolf Wyss (this edition lists J.R. as the author), the novel was intended to teach his four sons about family values, good husbandry, the uses of the natural world, and self-reliance. It’s fun to think of the long-ago author reading his own books of natural history and creating this novel to share his interests with his boys. (summary by Kara)

By LibriVox

NXFM show

NXFMJoin Now to Follow

The Best of NXFM


Librivox: Dubliners by Joyce, James show

Librivox: Dubliners by Joyce, JamesJoin Now to Follow

Masterful short stories about life in Dublin at the turn of the century, by James Joyce. (Summary by Hugh McGuire)

By LibriVox

katherineloflin show

katherineloflinJoin Now to Follow

"Place Matters" is the radio show dedicated to the people, news and developments in the rapidly growing field of placemaking.

By Dr. Katherine Loflin