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Steve Lamacq: ‘I’m still doing what I was doing when I was 16’
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Steve Lamacq: ‘I’m still doing what I was doing when I was 16’

He’s made a career out of telling people what they should be listening to, and still enjoys being argumentative about it

The BBC is one of the last decent things standing. And BBC 6 Music is a jewel in its crown.
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The BBC is one of the last decent things standing. And BBC 6 Music is a jewel in its crown.

A trip to the BBC 6 Music Festival in Cardiff filled Sam Delaney’s head full of new ideas – even if he missed the one band he wanted to see

Anti-vaxxers, the Jewish Conspiracy and 6.5 children
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Anti-vaxxers, the Jewish Conspiracy and 6.5 children

Tiny vaccine robots, 5G and sheep insults – we might think we are experiencing a time of growing interest in conspiracy theories, but actually theories like these are nothing new. Education will always be the best tool to combat misinformation.

Taboo: Comedy hasn’t lost its edge yet
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Taboo: Comedy hasn’t lost its edge yet

Joanna Neary and John Hegley: More of these original voices, please
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Joanna Neary and John Hegley: More of these original voices, please

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‘Listening to Akala is a reminder of how ugly recent British history was’
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‘Listening to Akala is a reminder of how ugly recent British history was’

John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme might just be a work of radio genius
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John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme might just be a work of radio genius

Resonance FM: Alexa, shuffle playlist
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Resonance FM: Alexa, shuffle playlist

The OC proved shows didn’t have to be dumb to have mass appeal
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The OC proved shows didn’t have to be dumb to have mass appeal

Top 5 podcasts about work
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Top 5 podcasts about work

Love, pain and lying: The radio show exploring what makes us Deeply Human
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Love, pain and lying: The radio show exploring what makes us Deeply Human

Tracy-Ann Oberman’s new drama tells the true story behind a Hollywood classic
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Tracy-Ann Oberman’s new drama tells the true story behind a Hollywood classic

Dip My Brain in Joy is a delightful celebration of Neil Innes
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Dip My Brain in Joy is a delightful celebration of Neil Innes

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Late Junction is keeping Robin Ince’s appetite for novelty sated this summer
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Late Junction is keeping Robin Ince’s appetite for novelty sated this summer

Robin Ince: Seeking an oasis of calm? Head for Radio 4’s desert island
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Robin Ince: Seeking an oasis of calm? Head for Radio 4’s desert island

Robin Ince: In praise of Resonance FM’s thrillingly unpredictable racket
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Robin Ince: In praise of Resonance FM’s thrillingly unpredictable racket

The Last Word on our childhood icons makes for touching radio
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The Last Word on our childhood icons makes for touching radio

UK’s first radio station run by homeless youngsters launches today
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UK’s first radio station run by homeless youngsters launches today

The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe: The Osmonds of evidence-based thinking
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The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe: The Osmonds of evidence-based thinking

The best podcasts of 2019, chosen by Robin Ince
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The best podcasts of 2019, chosen by Robin Ince

Troll With It: How Radio 4’s The Digital Human shone a light on online hate?
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Troll With It: How Radio 4’s The Digital Human shone a light on online hate?

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Big Issue ambassador Sabrina Cohen-Hatton appears on Desert Island Discs
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Big Issue ambassador Sabrina Cohen-Hatton appears on Desert Island Discs

The nonsense and jeopardy of Kevin Eldon Will See You Now
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The nonsense and jeopardy of Kevin Eldon Will See You Now

It cost a fortune to go to the Moon. But humanity was never more united
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It cost a fortune to go to the Moon. But humanity was never more united

Sobriety, Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place and realising you’re not alone
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Sobriety, Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place and realising you’re not alone

NPR Throughline is an illuminating reminder that the end is nigh (again)
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NPR Throughline is an illuminating reminder that the end is nigh (again)

BBC Radio 3’s ‘Free Thinking’ smartly tackles anxiety and the teenage brain
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BBC Radio 3’s ‘Free Thinking’ smartly tackles anxiety and the teenage brain

Mark Steel’s a genius for spotting the curiosities of our urban landscape
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Mark Steel’s a genius for spotting the curiosities of our urban landscape

Radio series about the lives of homeless duo Tara and George wins BPG Award
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Radio series about the lives of homeless duo Tara and George wins BPG Award

How to change entrenched positions in a climate of dogma and high dudgeon
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How to change entrenched positions in a climate of dogma and high dudgeon

BBC 6 Music is my musical tonic in crazy times
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BBC 6 Music is my musical tonic in crazy times

Radio needs voices like Jeremy Hardy’s more than ever
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Radio needs voices like Jeremy Hardy’s more than ever

Does ‘social mobility’ have to mean escaping where you came from?
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Does ‘social mobility’ have to mean escaping where you came from?

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