Podcast Radio Hour

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0101Deborah Frances-white: Rumble Strip; Griefcast2018011920180121 (BBC7)

'Rumble Strip' and Cariad Lloyd's 'Griefcast'.

0102Josie Long: The Beef And Dairy Network; My Dad Wrote A Porno; Short Cuts2018012620180128 (BBC7)
0103Rob Deering: Running Commentary; Revisionist History; That Was Then2018020220180204 (BBC7)

Amanda Litherland and her guest Rob Deering recommend their favourite podcasts. Features 'Running Commentary', 'Revisionist History' and 'That Was Then'.

0104Deborah Frances-white: Guilt And Shame; Boring Talks2018020920180211 (BBC7)
0105Ben Hunte: Nancy; Homo Sapiens2018021620180218 (BBC7)

Radio 4 Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer.

Each week, Amanda Litherland and a guest presenter recommend one or two podcasts from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series, to lesser-known hidden gems, they will feature their favourite finds and speak with the people who make them.

Amanda and this week's guest, journalist Ben Hunte, listen to some LGBT-themed podcasts including Nancy and Homo Sapiens.

With Homo Sapiens hosts Will Young and Chris Sweeney.

0106Anna Sale: Death Sex And Money; Rough Translation2018022320180225 (BBC7)

Guest host Anna Sale joins Amanda Litherland from her studio in California.

Radio 4 Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer.

Each week, Amanda Litherland and a guest presenter recommend one or two podcasts from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series, to lesser-known hidden gems, they feature their favourite finds and speak with the people who make them.

This week's guest, Anna Sale, host of WNYC's Death Sex and Money, beams in from sunny California for an all-American episode including Death Sex and Money and NPR's Rough Translation.

0107Josie Long: Maeve In America; Reasons To Be Cheerful2018030220180304 (BBC7)

Radio 4 Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer.

Each week, Amanda Litherland and a guest presenter will recommend one or two podcasts from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series, to lesser-known hidden gems, they will feature their favourite finds and speak with the people who make them.

This week Amanda is joined by Josie Long. They will listen to Maeve in America, stories of immigration to the USA presented by Maeve Higgins.

They'll also hear an episode of Reasons To Be Cheerful, with hosts Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd - who are among the nominees for the first ever podcast category at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2018 - due to be held at London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane on March 16th.

'Reasons to Be Cheerful'.

0108Geoff Lloyd: Unpopped; Distraction Pieces2018030920180311 (BBC7)

Radio 4 Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer.

Each week, Amanda Litherland and a guest presenter recommend one or two podcasts from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series, to lesser-known hidden gems, they feature their favourite finds and speak with the people who make them.

This week's guest is broadcaster and podcaster, Geoff Lloyd.

Featuring new BBC podcast Unpopped, and the duo chat to Scroobius Pip about his podcast, Distraction Pieces.

'Distraction Pieces' and 'Unpopped'.

0109Ben Hunte: Stance; Pod Save The People2018031620180318 (BBC7)

'Stance' and 'Pod Save The People'.

Radio 4 Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer.

Each week, Amanda Litherland and a guest presenter recommend one or two podcasts from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series, to lesser-known hidden gems, they feature their favourite finds and speak with the people who make them.

This week's guest is presenter, Ben Hunte.

Podcasts featured: Stance, and a chat with its presenters Heta Fell and Chrystal Genesis - and activist DeRay McKesson talks about his podcast Pod Save The People.

0110Cariad Lloyd: Standard Issue; Heavyweight2018032320180325 (BBC7)

BBC Radio 4 Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series to lesser-known hidden gems.

Sarah Wade and her guest: comedian, actress and podcaster Cariad Lloyd listen in to 'Standard Issue' from the UK and 'Heavyweight' from the USA

0111David Mcguire: Reply All; Kench20180330

Amanda Litherland and David McGuire recommend their favourite podcasts. Includes 'Reply All' and a chat with presenter Alex Goldman. Also new BBC Radio 1 comedy series Kench, featuring Ben Partridge

0112Cariad Lloyd: Adrift; Made Of Human20180406

'Adrift', 'Made of Human' and a chat with Sofie Hagen.

0113Sofie Hagen: Wanna Be; Haunted20180413

BBC Radio 4 Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series, to lesser-known hidden gems.

Sarah Wade and her guest Danish comedian and podcaster Sofie Hagen listen to Wanna Be and Haunted - both UK podcasts.

And they talk to Imriel Morgan - co-founder of the ShoutOut network - an online platform that caters for people from diverse backgrounds - and the creator of the Wanna Be podcast.

0114Simon O'hagan: Everyone Else; The Tip Off20180420

Amanda Litherland is joined by Simon O'Hagan for some favourite podcasts.

0115Danny Robins: Atlanta Monster; Death In Ice Valley20180427
0116Rhianna Dhillon: Modern Mann; Love Stories20180504

Amanda Litherland is joined by Rhianna Dhillon to recommend some favourite podcasts.

0117Angela Barnes: Dumteedum; The West Wing Weekly20180511

Sarah Wade is joined by Angela Barnes for some favourite podcasts.

0118Dolly Alderton: Here's The Thing; Ear Hustle20180518

Dolly Alderton and Amanda Litherland share their favourite podcasts.

Dolly Alderton and Amanda Litherland recommend some of their favourite podcasts.

They chat to the actor Alec Baldwin about his podcast Here's the Thing, conversations with artists, policy makers and performers about what makes them tick.

They also listen to Ear Hustle - stories of life inside prison, shared and produced by those living it.

0119British Podcast Award Winners (part 1)20180525

Made for 4 Extra. Amanda Litherland presents highlights from the British Podcast Awards.

0120British Podcast Award Winners, Pt 220180601
0121Mark Billingham: Two Crime Writers And A Microphone; The Story Collider20180608

Crime writer Mark Billingham joins Peter McHugh to recommend his favourite podcasts.

Radio 4Extra explores the world of podcasts and finds the best on offer.

Each week a guest presenter will recommend one or two podcasts from the BBC and beyond. From some of the most popular series, to lesser-known hidden gems, they will feature their favourite finds and speak with the people who make them.

This week Peter McHugh is joined by the creator of Detective Inspector Tom Thorne, the crime writer Mark Billingham, and host of the A Stab In the Dark podcast. They'll be listening to the Two Writers and a Microphone podcast, chatting to its hosts Luca Veste and Steve Cavanagh. And will also be catching up with The Story Collider podcast, true, personal stories about science, and talking to its artistic director, Erin Barker.

0122Luke Jones: Table Manners With Jessie Ware; Hoovering20180615

Luke Jones and Amanda Litherland interview singer Jessie plus her mum and co-host Lennie.

0123Cariad Lloyd: The Bear Pack; Fact Up2018062220180706 (BBC7)

Featuring an interview with Steen Raskopoulos of The Bear Pack.

0124Luke Jones: The Daily; Brexitcast20180629
0125Deborah Frances-white: Grownupland; The Three Track Podcast2018070620180622 (BBC7)

Deborah Frances-White joins Amanda Litherland to recommend her favourite podcasts.

0126Jessica Fostekew: Self Renovators And Ctrl Alt Delete20180713

Jessica Fostekew joins Amanda Litherland to recommend her favourite podcasts.

0126Jessica Fostekew: Self Renovators; Ctrl Alt Delete20180713
0127Daljit Nagra: The Poetry Koan; The Paris Review20180720

Poet Daljit Nagra and Sarah Wade recommend podcasts.

Poet Daljit Nagra and Sarah Wade recommend favourite podcasts. Daljit chooses The Poetry Koan in which a guest prescribes a poem to make you feel better. A poem to have to hand in an existential First Aid Kit. They chat to its host, Steve Wasserman.

And The Paris Review podcast. The revered quarterly literary journal now has a podcast drawing on a treasure trove of interviews, readings and manuscripts from an archive stretching back 64 years.

If you would like to recommend a podcast , please email your suggestion to: podcastradiohour@bbc.co.uk.

0128David Mcguire: Swipe Left Swipe Left; Love + Radio20180727

David McGuire joins Amanda Litherland to recommend favourite podcasts.

0129Olly Mann: The Political Party; Hidden Mickeys20180803

Olly Mann joins Amanda Litherland to recommend favourite podcasts.

0130Emma Gannon: Nobody Panic; The Poetry Exchange20180810

Emma Gannon joins Amanda Litherland to recommend favourite podcasts.

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Host Amanda Litherland is joined by Simon O'Hagan to pick his favourite literary podcasts.

Made for 4 Extra. Presenters suggest their favourite podcasts.

0131Simon O'hagan: Backlisted; Freedom, Books, Flowers & The Moon20180817
0132Luke Jones: Slow Burn; Caliphate20180824

Luke Jones joins Amanda Litherland to recommend political podcasts.

0133Rowan Slaney: Daughter20180831

Rowan Slaney joins Amanda Litherland to recommend Daughter.

0134David Mcguire: Two Shot; How To Be A Girl20180907

Amanda Litherland is joined by David McGuire to recommend the best podcasts.

0135Jess Fostekew: Desert Island Dishes; Food Psych20180914

Amanda Litherland and guests recommend the best podcasts.

Amanda Litherland is joined by Jess Fostekew to recommend the best food podcasts.

0136Jon Ronson: Podcast Festivals20180921

Amanda Litherland visits the London Podcast and Audible Spoken Worlds festivals.

0136London Podcast Festival20180921

Amanda Litherland visits the London Podcast Festival. Plus a conversation with Jon Ronson.

0137Bbc Music Day20180928

It's BBC Music Day. Features 'Pitch', 'Classical Fix' and 'Young Musician'.

0138Cariad Lloyd: Dear Joan And Jericha; Where Should We Begin?20181005

'Where Should We Begin?' and 'Dear Joan and Jericha'.