The complete podcast compendium to the science-fiction comedy series, covering the radio, TV, book and film incarnations of Douglas Adams’ “trilogy in five parts”, alphabetically, from Arthur to Zaphod and all points in-between.
Clever talk about pop culture Bigmouth is pop culture talk for discerning grown-ups. Music, TV, movies, books or something else entirely – we’ll enthuse, argue, squabble and pick over the bones of what’s happening in the world of the stuff we love Presented by WORD magazine veterans Andrew Harrison (ex-editor of Q, Select and Mixmag) and Siân “Stan” Pattenden, a graduate of the Smash Hits and Select Mag Schools of Excellence.
The Brum Radio Book Show is hosted by novelist Mike Gayle and enthusiast Blake Woodham, helped by Stuart Bartholomew of Waterstones and Costa Prize winner Catherine O’Flynn. Each month we talk about our book of the month, and chat to the author. We also talk about events coming up in the area, review a debut novel and generally chat about all things literary.
ScreenBrum is the show where we talk about anything with you access via screen - films, TV, computer games and e-readers. Each week we take a different theme and chat about the great, good and not so good films and TV on that subject. With guest experts we explore each subject in depth, enjoying a laugh along the way.
A series of 9 episodes of short, strange tales. Small stories, odd, true, funny and familiar that reflect the night hours themselves. Each episode has a set of Stories that visit a different kind or part of the night. They are Stories that aren’t always about the night but carry a sense of the night, of being awake when no one else is, unrest, when the sleep won’t come. The things that keep us awake. Frustrations, irritations, fears, loss, love and lust. Each set of Stories is no longer than 30 minutes and has a theme that ties those stories together. There is a night out on the town, nights in with lovers, or nights up remembering the left behind. Sometimes you’ll get three stories, sometimes five, sometimes a mini story and a singular long tale. I’ll tell you stories about dead dogs, pork pies, noisy neighbours and itches that need to be scratched. Visit http://storiestotellinthemiddleofthenight.com/ to find out more, or follow us on Twitter.
Join Bradley Hughes and James Rushton once a week as they experience the entire Amazing Spider-Man saga from the beginning. Armed with the entire Spider-Man back catalogue, our intrepid duo will be delving into the history of the Amazing Spider-Man on an issue by issue basis. From the Amazing Spider-Man classics of the Stan Lee, Steve Ditko and John Romita eras right through to the BIG TIME! of present day Spidey, experience this for the first time, along with this pair of novice wall-crawlers.The pair will be bringing their thoughts, and ideally the laughs, to the 50 year + history of the Amazing Spider-Man!
Jon Hickman and Mark Steadman seek to better understand and shape the world around them. Each week they assign each-other a piece of homework designed to help their counterpart live a better life, or take one more step along the journey to fully winning at life and conquering the Internet. They also procrastinate. Like, a lot.
The Truth is In Here... Devoted X-Phile and podcast addict Tony Black, alongside a group of committed Philes, presents THE X-CAST: An X-FILES Podcast dedicated to exploring the series from its inception in 1993, up to the latest Season 11 in 2018 and beyond. Supported by a legion of co-hosts and guests, Tony will be picking apart each X-File, exploring the stories, characters and of course monsters that made the show the seminal TV experience of the 1990's, and turned FBI Agents Fox Mulder & Dana Scully into iconic modern heroes. Go with them on the journey. Just remember one thing... TrustNo1
Nick and Jon talk about running, weight training, and exercise tech from the perspective of two 30-somethings who spend way too much time coding, running, listening to podcasts, and talking about starting a podcast about running, weight training and equipment from the perspective of two 30 somethings who can terminate a recursion pretty neatly.