By Tom Crosby
Comedy Cuts is a short podcast hosted by Tom Crosby that aims delve into the workings of the comedy industry.
Each episode contains an interview taken from a diverse range of comedy professionals, from stand ups, to agents, to writers and beyond.
In this podcast Tom is joined on the phone by comedy sitcom writer Martin Holmes.
By Paul Malik
Health Matters is a conversational Podcast on the issues appearing in the headlines with regards to public health services.
The podcast interviews healthcare professionals from Doctors, Dentists to Nurses.
This weeks Podcast interviews a GP trainee from Dundee, Dr Louise Bowie.
By Marion Guichaoua
I have been thinking about doing this podcast for a long time, so here we are.
First of all I want to justify my choice to talk about “disability”.
I am myself visually impaired but the point is not to talk about me.
I want to take a fresh look at disability and give you food for thought in relation with this topic.
Disability is a society concern just like “gender” or “race” issues.
But I have noticed that each time that people try to talk about disability it is the same story (overall in my home country!): they make a drama out of it and it always goes into compassion or exaggerated admiration for people who managed to do something they were not expected to, because of their “disability”.
I would like, for once, to talk about it in an optimistic way, showing that what we call “disability” may not exist at all in the sense we currently give to it!
The question I want to ask in this first episode is: and if we were all disabled in a certain extent? What would remain about the concept of disability used to put people in a category they cannot escape and which slow their life fulfilment?
If disability does exist, in a way, I want to argue that it can be or, better, it must be a driving force in human life.
So let’s see what we can make out of it…
by Mariana Mercado
“Three Minute Bedtime Stories” is a children’s radio podcast that invites famous controversial figures to read classic bedtime stories for children.
Of course, some of these controversial figures may be somewhat resistant to take part in our project – what with them being dead and all – thus providing the opportunity for our talented voice actors to impersonate said figures.
This episode features former United States President Richard Nixon, reading one of America’s most beloved classics, Good Night Moon by Margaret Wise.
The Rock Round-up brings you your weekly fix of rock news and reviews from our base in Edinburgh, Scotland.
In this episode, Lauren Beehan reviews The Gaslight Anthem’s recent album Get Hurt ahead of their sold-out show in Edinburgh in November. We find out what makes this album different from the rest and why the lyrics are so important.
By Greg Barrie
Greg and Iain Barrie discuss the respective weekend wins for Hibs and Hearts, and look ahead to Sunday’s massive Edinburgh derby in Monday’s episode of ‘Father, Son Football’.
By Madalina Dichiu
Podcast of the week where we have film reviews with important specialists in the film area. This week’s podcast is about the 2014 film “Gone Girl”, directed by David Fincher. We tell you if the film is worth watching, what you should aspect from it and how the actors are doing in that specific film.
By Paul Hyland
In this podcast, Paul speaks to the Chairman of Laochra Busan Gaelic Football team in South Korea.
This podcast is aimed to all the music lovers. Listeners can expect news from their favorite performers, new albums coming out and a special guest on each show to present his Top 3 artists and songs of all time.
Student Nº 40182725
Radio Bulletins Class
This week Culture Talks discusses the importance of learning foreign languages and debates as to whether British people should improve their language skills.
By Charlotte Barbour
The podcast is aimed to be part of a series which focuses on the local arts scene in Edinburgh. This week’s podcast is an interview with Sam Miller, co-founder of Pop Up Events Edinburgh. He explains the concept of pop-up and gives his opinion on which it is such a growing trend.
If I were to continue this podcast next week it would focus on local art exhibitions, with soundbites from the artist and vox pops of people’s opinions of the exhibition.
Thoughts, criticism and analysis from both those working in media and those affected by it. Each week we dig up the most controvertial story we can find – and put it under the microscope.
On this episode, we look at the London Evening Standard’s article on the Morningtown Crescent squat in London. Anthropologist Alaric Kime, who was living at the squat the time the article was written, joins us on the show.
Hosted by Philip Askew. New episode every Friday night.
This week’s article can be found at: