Time for some more podcast picks.
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Two great podcasts from the BBC to give a try:
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Podcast picks are back! Here I share three podcasts you should try.
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The Guardian Long Read
- Similar to the Curio app – audio versions of their long read articles on theguardian.com.
- Good variety of voices – some by the writers themselves others voiced by a wide range of voice actors.
- Long read articles covers various topics – The environment, AI, COVID-19, the rise of ALDI supermarkets (a favourite of mine)
- Great passive listen – while working or relaxing
- Easy listen in terms of voices
- Not for those looking for a short podcast to listen to
- Search “The Guardian Audio Long Read” in your podcast app or search engine.
- Podcast by Formula 1 website wtf1.com
- First discovered them on YouTube
- Race reviews, F1 news and features
- Features including “That Time When” – discussing key moments in F1 history, my favourite.
- Different style to other F1 podcasts
- WTF1 – aimed at – mainly – the millennial generation
- Nice, approachable style
- Roundtable format works nicely
- Primarily Hosted Matt Gallagher – about to co-commentate for F1TV and the F2 World Feed this coming weekend.
- Search for “WTF1 Podcast” in your podcasting app or search engine
Nick Abbot Habit
- Podcast by UK talk station LBC
- Presented by Nick Abbot – formerly of Virgin Radio and Talk Radio in the 1990s among other UK stations.
- Best bits of his Friday and Saturday night shows
- Personally selected by Nick
- Dry sense of humour and sarcastic – my kind of humour
- Around 30 minutes long
- Zany style with clips from his soundbox and mocking silly callers
- Search “The Nick Abbot Habit” in your podcast app or search engine
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Next musings post and podcast on Wednesday, have a great weekend!