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Best BBC Radio 5 Lives podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best BBC Radio 5 Lives podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A weekly podcast: Join Dave Pickering on his journey to get better acquainted with the people he knows. Part interview show, part oral history project and part autobiography through conversation. British Podcast Award 2017 winner (bronze in Best Interview category) GBA was nominated for a 2012 Radio Production Award, aired for 3 seasons on Resonance 104.4 FM and was featured on BBC Radio 4's In Pod We Trust, BBC Radio 5 Live’s Helen and Olly's Required Listening and has been recommended by T ...
 
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In this episode Steve Crossman is joined by Guillem Balague, Kristof Terreur and Julien Laurens and the chat is all about the big games in the Champions League quarter-finals. They debate if Manchester City can go all the way and beat Lyon, and if Bayern can defeat Barcelona and Messi? Not only that, attention turns to Italy as the guys chat about …
 
Steve Crossman is joined by Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan to look back on England’s first International Test win against Pakistan, and analyse the upcoming second Test in Southampton. What has Joe Root learned? How much will England miss Ben Stokes after he was ruled out of the rest of the series? And is the 600 wicket milestone playing on James…
 
Sean looks ahead to official figures that will show what we all know - that the UK economy is now in recession.He catches up with four businesses in Wrexham, four years after interviewing them after the Brexit vote, to find out how they're faring during the pandemic.And he finds out about a rise in the use of auction houses. One in Port Talbot says…
 
Steve Crossman is joined by former Scotland winger Pat Nevin and former Wolves wide man Matt Jarvis to look at Wolves' late defeat to Sevilla in the last eight of the Europa League and whether they face a fight to keep their best players. Meanwhile Pat explains why Manchester United should feel confident ahead of facing the Spanish side in the semi…
 
Ahead of the release of the latest unemployment figures, Sean Farrington talks to someone looking for work, and to a recruiter, about how the jobs market is changing.High street retail has been struggling before and throughout the pandemic, but what about the future? Sean speaks to a retail futurist who is optimistic for the UK high street.As schoo…
 
The pod is back with the return of the Premiership just around the corner. Ugo Monye, Chris Jones and Danny Care look at what we can expect after five months away. There's been a lot of movement during lockdown, so which signings have caught the eye? And how will the players cope with gruelling schedule planned over the next 12 months? There is als…
 
Champions League winners Philip Neville and Darren Fletcher have their say on Manchester United making the Europa League semi-finals, Mason Greenwood's rare finishing ability, and the likelihood of Jadon Sancho arriving at Old Trafford. We also hear from Nuno ahead of Wolves' tie with Sevilla, and Italian football expert Mina Rzouki joins the pod a…
 
Adam Booth steps in for the absent Steve Bunce to discuss Natasha Jonas and Terri Harper's high-quality draw, the next steps in the growth of women's boxing and how he's taken on Michael Conlan from being a top amateur to the brink of challenging for a world title at the professional level.Photo credit: Mark Robinson/Matchroom Boxing…
 
Laura Whitmore, Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell review the latest TV and streaming shows.They're joined by Christine Quinn, one of the stars of Netflix's hit Hollywood real estate docu-soap Selling Sunset - and by Nina Sosonya from Sky Atlantic's erotic drama Little Birds.Plus why I'm A Celeb is staying closer to home this year, and the new BBC Two…
 
Could there be a mismatch between the skills of laid-off workers and the types of firms wanting to hire new staff? Sean Farrington speaks to an economist and a photographer looking for work. A government scheme to encourage people back into restaurants and cafes does seems to be working, but will it be enough to save the struggling hospitality indu…
 
On Peter Allen’s Good Week Bad Week, he and his panel discuss the international response to the Beirut explosion, and also the Prime Minister’s promise to get schools back open in September, the Treasury’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, the suggestion that next year’s school exams should be scrapped, what to do about migrants crossing the English Chan…
 
Isa Guha and Aatif Nawaz spend a lively half hour with the first man to break the 100 miles per hour barrier Shoaib Akhtar. Shoaib enjoyed a colourful 14 year international career with Pakistan and has since become an outspoken media performer. He discusses that famous fastest ball at the 2003 World Cup, shares memories of famous battles with Ricky…
 
Chris Smith and the Naked Scientists look at a new study which suggests children can carry more coronavirus than we previously thought. Its also a big week for space exploration and we’re one small step closer to nuclear fusion, in France. Plus, how science could help assess your relationship with your cow, and cook a tastier barbecue. Get more in …
 
Emma Saunders is joined by former Chelsea keeper Rob Green, Senior Football Reporter Ian Dennis & The Athletics’ Chelsea correspondent Simon Johnson as they look back at Chelsea being dumped out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich. BBC Sports Rob Schofield also joins the panel to reflect on Barcelona’s progression to the quarter-finals after t…
 
Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where England produced an incredible comeback to snatch victory from Pakistan. Chasing 277, England looked all but beaten at 117-5, but pushed on by a Chris Woakes and Jos Buttler partnership of 139, they claimed a thrilling win by 3 wickets. Michael Vaughan, Azhar Mahmood, Mark Ramprakash and Simon Mann lo…
 
Steve Crossman is joined by former Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin, former Manchester City midfielder Shaun Wright-Phillips and correspondent John Murray to reflect on Manchester City’s 2-1 win over Real Madrid in the Champions League. It means they’re through to the ‘Final 8’ tournament style end to the competition with a 4-2 victory on aggregate.…
 
Ben Bailey Smith and Anna Bogutskaya are joined by Seth Rogen and Ben Mendelsohn, who talk about their films An American Pickle and Babyteeth. Plus your essential streaming film reviews including Shailene Woodley and Jamie Dornan in Endings, Beginnings and new British drama Perfect 10.Ben and Anna chat through all the films worth seeing on streamin…
 
The Hiroshima bomb, known as "Little Boy" devastated an area of five square miles. The initial blast killed nearly 120,000 people - with the after-effects of radiation killing many thousands more. Around 60% of the buildings in the city were destroyed. One of which, just 1.1 kilometres from the epicentre of the blast, housed little 8-month-old Koko…
 
Jonathan Agnew presents from Old Trafford where England endured a frustrating first day in the 1st Test against Pakistan. Rain interruptions and some excellent batting from Babar Azam allowed the tourists to finish the day on 139-2. Azhar Mahmood tells Aggers why he thinks it's been a good day for Pakistan while Michael Vaughan asks whether Azam co…
 
French football writer and broadcaster Julien Laurens, Serie A guru James Horncastle and German football expert Raphael Honigstein join Steve Crossman on the Euro League show.Who will lift the Champions League and Europa League? The panel review the remaining teams and fixtures ahead of the restart.And former Real Madrid president Ramón Calderón jo…
 
Rescue workers in Lebanon are searching for more than a hundred people who are missing after a huge explosion devastated the port area of the capital Beirut on Tuesday.The blast killed at least 100 people and injured more than 4,000 others.5 Live's Nicky Campbell speaks to people affected in Beirut and the UK, and finds out more about the political…
 
Steve Crossman is joined by EFL expert Mark Clemmit, former Swindon Town and Luton Town striker Sam Parkin and former Cardiff City and Nottingham Forest striker Robert Earnshaw as the most lucrative match in football - the Championship Play Off Final - goes the way of Fulham who beat Brentford two-one at Wembley to ensure they make an instant retur…
 
Phil and Michael are joined by Paul Collingwood and Marcus Trescothick to discuss England’s ODI series victory over Ireland, their experience of coaching the side, and how England can still improve in the 50-over having won the World Cup last year.We get the inside track on Pakistan with the PCB Managing Director Wasim Khan ahead of the start of th…
 
Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Micah Richards bring you the Monday Night Club.They reflect on Arsenal’s FA Cup win, the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and whether they would rather play under Frank Lampard or Mikel Arteta.Christian Falk from Sport Bild in Germany, joins the pod to discuss Jadon Sancho’s potential move from B…
 
Ted Cheeseman joins the podcast in the aftermath of his thrilling win against Sam Eggington in the first of Eddie Hearn’s garden fight series, and speaks openly about his battle with gambling addiction. Also, Natasha Jonas tells Mike and Steve about her lockdown training plan ahead of a big domestic world title fight against Terri Harper.…
 
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