Society And Culture Podcasts

The Listening Project show

The Listening ProjectJoin Now to Follow

Capturing the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today and preserve it for future generations.

By BBC Radio

Don't Log Off show

Don't Log OffJoin Now to Follow

Alan Dein discovers the real life stories behind online profiles via Facebook and Skype. Alan locks himself away for a week to talk to people on the internet. He starts with nothing, just an online profile which says 'talk to me'. The results are intriguing, funny and often very moving

By BBC Radio 4

The Fifth Floor show

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A fresh look at the stories of the week with journalists from our 27 language sections - every week with David Amanor. New episodes ready to download from 1500GMT on Fridays. Also includes our history programme Witness.

By BBC World Service

RNZ: Saturday Morning show

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A magazine programme hosted by Kim Hill, with long-form, in-depth feature interviews on current affairs, science, modern life, history, the arts and more.

By Radio New Zealand

Podcast of the day (新闻播客) show

Podcast of the day (新闻播客)Join Now to Follow

Podcast of the day by bbcchinese.com gives you the best interview on a hot topic or despatches from our reporters based in Asia and elsewhere.

By BBC World Service

Outlook show

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True life stories. Join Matthew Bannister, Monday to Thursday. Includes our daily history programme Witness. Or join us for the best of Outlook on Saturdays.

By BBC World Service

The Report show

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Uncovering the real stories behind the news. Simon Cox and fellow reporters delve beneath the headlines. The Report airs every Thursday evening at 8pm on Radio 4 for 38 weeks a year. The programme lasts 28 minutes.

By BBC Radio 4

Pigion: Highlights for Welsh Learners show

Pigion: Highlights for Welsh LearnersJoin Now to Follow

Y darnau gorau o raglenni Radio Cymru dros yr wythnos ddiwethaf, gyda chyflwyniadau clir a syml gan Dafydd Meredydd fydd o gymorth i chi wella'ch iaith. Addas ar gyfer dysgwyr uwch. Highlights of the past week on Radio Cymru, with easy to understand introductions to help you improve your Welsh. Suitable for advanced learners. The weekly vocabulary is available at http://bbc.in/1vJaR1u

By BBC Radio Cymru

Masters of None show

Masters of NoneJoin Now to Follow

Who is the Greatest Movie Character of All Time? What are the Worst Songs To Get a Lap Dance To? Who is better, Biggie or Tupac, the Red Sox or Yankees? Does Ranch Dressing suck or rule? Former radio guys Mike, Art & Jay debate and answer mankind’s most important questions each week on Masters Of None. Along the way you’ll encounter unsustainable amounts of movie quotes, horribly tasteless jokes, TV references, offensive comments, old radio bits, biting insults, tall tales, unsportsmanlike conduct, raping and pillaging of all things pop culture. It’s a comedy podcast that doesn’t suck. Come on in, the water’s tepid.

By Simply Syndicated

Nerd Hurdles show

Nerd HurdlesJoin Now to Follow

Nerd Hurdles is a podcast. Chances are if you’re here, you know that already. But just in case you got sent here by Google or a link sent to you by someone in your office, Nerd Hurdles is a podcast about things nerds like. Things that regular people (”normals”) scoff at or outright shun. We discuss these things in a generally humorous and vaguely intelligent way. Or is that intelligible? It might be neither intelligent nor intelligible.<br> <br> Jakob and Mandi discuss all manner and forms of nerdery and geekery and what makes them magnificent and tragic. This weekly epic explored the depths of what fandoms mean to their fans. Sacred cows of the scifi, fantasy, comic book and any other genre that makes the general public squirm with discomfort get the irreverent Nerd Hurdles treatment (and nerdy love).

By Simply Syndicated