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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

Is comedy threatened as people get increasingly sensitive to having their feelings hurt? No offence, but Robin Ince is not convinced

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

It’s time to celebrate the eccentric, lesser-heard tones of the fascinating and the fascinated on our airwaves

‘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

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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

Dying to believe: alternative medicine and the brutality of charlatanism
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Dying to believe: alternative medicine and the brutality of charlatanism

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

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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?

REVIEW: The Unexplainers – like Mulder and Scully played by Laurel and Hardy
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REVIEW: The Unexplainers – like Mulder and Scully played by Laurel and Hardy

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

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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
Radio

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?

This is comfort radio with Radio 2’s Trevor Nelson
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This is comfort radio with Radio 2’s Trevor Nelson

Let it slow, let it slow, let it slow – enjoy your radio chilled this winter
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Let it slow, let it slow, let it slow – enjoy your radio chilled this winter

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