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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabri Natenagewitch View Post
    Back then a playlist was taping the top 40 off the radio on a Sunday night.
    Timing it so you got as much of the song before Bruno Brookes started talking over the end of it was an artform


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey View Post
    Timing it so you got as much of the song before Bruno Brookes started talking over the end of it was an artform
    Alan Fluff Freeman was more my era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefkasman View Post
    Alan Fluff Freeman was more my era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Wolfgang Schnell BSc. PhD. View Post
    YES!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Lorry driver, 38 seeks companionship.

    If you can get them, I'd recommend the Joe Rogan Experience podcasts. Only listened to two so far, but he's a really good at conversations.

    I've listened to the Derren Brown and Bernie Sanders ones so far. Really good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Freddie View Post
    If you can get them, I'd recommend the Joe Rogan Experience podcasts. Only listened to two so far, but he's a really good at conversations.

    I've listened to the Derren Brown and Bernie Sanders ones so far. Really good.
    Agreed, Joe Rogan is very good and long, often 3 hours at a time.

    Rich Roll has some really interesting guests too, people who think "outside of the box" too.

    Strangely, because I used to hate the bloke, but Russell Brand is very interesting to listen to as well now that he isn't trying to shag everything with a pulse

    Lastly, for a far more British perspective London Real, hosted by Brian Rose, an ex-heroin addict is good with a variety of interesting guests, but for me Rich Roll is by far and away the best out there.


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    Adam Buxton's podcasts are usually pretty funny. Athletico Mince too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes' Organ View Post
    When you go fishing and use peas as bait.
    You see that’s just daft
    You would never use a pod as bait , a pea maybe , sweetcorn all the time. But a pea pod
    You just showing yourself up Wes

    I was using hemp and tares at the weekend. Might use a pea next time to make it stand out


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    Quote Originally Posted by GOD View Post
    You see that’s just daft
    You would never use a pod as bait , a pea maybe , sweetcorn all the time. But a pea pod
    You just showing yourself up Wes

    I was using hemp and tares at the weekend. Might use a pea next time to make it stand out


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    Dolphins live in pods.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Dont you need your data on all the time for that to work?

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    Default Re: Lorry driver, 38 seeks companionship.

    This will kill the best part of a day:




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    Default Re: Lorry driver, 38 seeks companionship.

    Or this one:




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    Default Re: Lorry driver, 38 seeks companionship.

    Last one:




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    Default Re: Lorry driver, 38 seeks companionship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wes' Organ View Post
    Dolphins live in pods.
    No they live in the sea


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    Quote Originally Posted by GOD View Post
    No they live in the sea


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    I know that stupid but their houses are called pods.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes' Organ View Post
    I know that stupid but their houses are called pods.
    You learn something new everyday.

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    Default Re: Lorry driver, 38 seeks companionship.

    Do you like Golf Bazza? Erik Anders Lang has a good podcast you could probably download from somewhere


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    Quickly Kevin, will he score? is excellent if you loved football in the 90s


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    This is an odd one. I love country music but I know very little about it, it being so ingrained in American culture but having hardly exposure over here. There's obviously a lot more too it than the usual commercial Nashville, overblown sentimentality, and both kinds of music stereotype. I wanted to find out more.

    Tyler Mahan Coe is the son of David Allen Coe, a pretty controversial character in country music, growing up on the road and playing guitar in his dad's band when he was 15. In 2017, Tyler presented a series of podcasts telling the story of country each one focusing on a particular artist, song or incident and they were brilliant, just great stories very well told. I would recommend them to anyone interested in music whether they have any interest in country or not.

    After the first series, expectations were high for series 2, which was due to appear last year. It never did and in the meantime, Coe seems to have gone completely off the rails, spending his time arguing with and abusing all and sundry on social media. It's not clear when or even if series 2 will appear, if it ever does. Shame, I was looking forward to it.

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    „I believe in socialism because it seems more humanitarian, rather than every man for himself and 'I'm alright jack' and all those arsehole businessmen with all the loot. I made up my mind from viewing society from that angle. That's where I'm from and there's where I've made my decisions from. That's why I believe in socialism“

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    Not sure if anyone's mentioned it but Serial is a great podcast


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo View Post
    Now, there is a T-shirt I should have in my wardrobe.

    Wonder if there is a similar Stratocaster one?


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    Had a good clear out of my podcasts this morning, realised I'd collected more than I could ever listen too

    Saved:
    History
    Malcolm Gladwells Revisionist History - his wgujy voice aside, always fascinating insight into history working in the modern era
    Dan Carlins Hardcore History - really deep look at historical events, each one is almost a lecture in its own right and often hours long.
    99% Invisible - stuff that gwts forgotten as History but shapes the world
    Mike Duncan's Revolutions - looks at how revolutions occur, the build up, the players, the aftermath...
    Philosophize This! - a history of philosophies from Buddhism to Leninism
    Letters From War - letters written by combatants to loved ones at home, historically anchored and deeply moving
    History Extra - BBC delivered history from the archives
    Ray Harris Jr History of World War 2 - every battle and major event in detail

    Science
    Houston, We Have a Podcast - NASA's podcast
    Radiolab - stories from science
    Wendy Zukerman's Science Vs - topical issue considered from a Science POV
    Scienceish - New Scientist skewwhiff look at science
    Rocket - all the latest geeky science news of tech-economy
    Jennifer Strong's The Future of Everything - guessing at the future using todays novelty
    Naked Scientists - boffins of Cambridge explain everything


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redemption View Post
    Had a good clear out of my podcasts this morning, realised I'd collected more than I could ever listen too

    Saved:
    History
    Malcolm Gladwells Revisionist History - his wgujy voice aside, always fascinating insight into history working in the modern era
    Dan Carlins Hardcore History - really deep look at historical events, each one is almost a lecture in its own right and often hours long.
    99% Invisible - stuff that gwts forgotten as History but shapes the world
    Mike Duncan's Revolutions - looks at how revolutions occur, the build up, the players, the aftermath...
    Philosophize This! - a history of philosophies from Buddhism to Leninism
    Letters From War - letters written by combatants to loved ones at home, historically anchored and deeply moving
    History Extra - BBC delivered history from the archives
    Ray Harris Jr History of World War 2 - every battle and major event in detail

    Science
    Houston, We Have a Podcast - NASA's podcast
    Radiolab - stories from science
    Wendy Zukerman's Science Vs - topical issue considered from a Science POV
    Scienceish - New Scientist skewwhiff look at science
    Rocket - all the latest geeky science news of tech-economy
    Jennifer Strong's The Future of Everything - guessing at the future using todays novelty
    Naked Scientists - boffins of Cambridge explain everything
    Brill thanks

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