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Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann of Answer Me This!, Pete Donaldson of The Football Ramble and Chris Skinner, producer of The Bugle, look back over the first decade of podcasting. They share their experiences, give advice on getting started and answer the most important question of all — can you make a living from podcasts? Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
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Are British companies doing enough about modern slavery? How can we regulate digital repossessions? And why are we still opening new coal mines? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With Kari Wilkin, Kieran Yates and Theo TaitBy The Week
 
It's our fifth annual predictions special! Join Olly Mann as he floats swiftly through the lockdown homes of our media pundits to discover what the year head might have in store for the UK media industry... and listen as they squirm for being unfairly held to account for predictions made in 2020. Featuring the predictions of Jake Kanter (Deadline),…
 
Will offices give way to green spaces? Are robots on the verge of mastering empathy? And what’s gone wrong with the EU’s vaccine plan? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With Suchandrika Chakrabarti, Holden Frith and Joe Evans.By The Week
 
Olly Mann and The Week Unwrapped’s Suchandrika Chakrabarti are joined by Monocle's senior correspondent Robert Bound. This week: from de-urbanised art to slow fashion, and from multi-generational travel to virtual gigs, The Week Unwrapped takes a whirlwind tour through the best that is yet to come in the cultural year ahead.…
 
Sun, sea and €1 drinks lure thousands of backpackers to Andrew’s hostel in a typical year. But 2020 was not a typical year.Confronting a doomed Summer season and 45 empty bedrooms, Andrew’s family turned their accommodation over to a diverse group of refugees, drug addicts, career criminals and victims of domestic abuse - converting their hostel, i…
 
How is the Me Too movement evolving as it spreads? Why is China going after its best-known businessman? And what are the consequences of quantitative easing? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With Felicity Capon, Tomiwa Owolade and John Stepek.…
 
Greetings listeners, and thanks for joining us in 2021. Here’s Answer Me This Episode 393, featuring vital questions about: spinach and ricotta pasta Pringles-induced sweat cocktail, performative preparation thereof cocktail, prawn (crisps flavour) walking the plank glow sticks smelling salts and Ronald Raven. Today’s Bonus Bit of Crap on the App –…
 
New year, new questions, about naming ravens at the Tower of London, how glow sticks work, did pirates really walk the plank, and how come prawn cocktail-flavour Pringles bring out one listener in the sweats. Find out more about this episode at . For more AMT stuff, head over to , where you can get our six special albums, AMT episodes 1-200, and ou…
 
Olly is joined by Matt Deegan (Folder Media) and Rebecca Messina (Immediate Media) to discuss the media news from the past fortnight. On today’s show: Spotify snaps up Harry and Meghan - we take a look at the former royals’ podcast strategy and another spendy year for the Swedish music giant; we look to the future of broadcasting, as OFCOM announce…
 
Will rugby survive a concussion crisis? Why are French goods being recalled across the Arab world? And what’s happening down on the farm? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With Arion McNicoll, Abdul Tahhan and Kari WilkinBy The Week
 
Why don’t artists make more money from streamed music? Will Britain ban fur after Brexit? And why did Peru get through three presidents in a week? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days - with Suchandrika Chakrabarti, Kari Wilkin and Holden Frith revealing all…
 
Ho ho ho! In this bumper Christmas special, our three households unite (at an appropriate social distance, of course) for a festive mix of songs, reminiscences and parlour games - and, of course, the legendary XXXmas Foxhole Christmas Quiz. In the Zeitgeist, our one-man matchmaker Ollie Peart explores the unsettling uptick in loneliness wrought by …
 
Who will launch first? The battle for TV news hots up as Rupert Murdoch’s News UK TV takes on Andrew Neil’s GB News. Our esteemed media panel this week are producer, director of Wakey! Deborah Coughlin, Hot Pod writer and journalist Caroline Crampton and Chief Content Officer at Somethin’ Else, Steve Ackerman. They discuss: Facebook announcing a bi…
 
Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. What is Jared Kushner up to in the Middle East? How will a new court ruling affect young trans people? And why has one of the world’s great telescopes been left to rot? Gabriel Power, Joe Evans and Alok Jha reveal all.…
 
Jingle those bells, it’s festive Answer Me This episode 392, and, as the episode contains Jesus porn, Christmas parental deceit/logistics, and swears, we’re just going to put this right here: AMT392 Child-Friendly Rating: 1%. Today’s inquiries include: The Elf on the Shelf Christmas decorations made out of hospital supplies the White House turkey p…
 
Jingle those bells, it's festive AMT392, with questions about Elf on the Shelf, fancy advent calendars, CONTENT WARNING: the episode may not be suitable for children, as it contains contains information about parental deceit w.r.t. Christmas logistics, plus a thoroughly researched passage about Adult Material depicting Jesus. Find out more about th…
 
Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. Will retail sales continue their surprising growth? Should social media companies clamp down on flashing images? And why are German railways turning to hydrogen. Merryn Somerset-Webb, Kieran Yates and Holden Frith reveal all…
 
Olly Mann is joined by journalist and Channel 4 historian Maggie Brown, planning director at Edelman and host of Democratically 2020, Karin Robinson and broadcast consultant and director of RadioTechCon, Ann Charles. This week: Will some long-lost paperwork clear the BBC of claims it coerced Princess Diana into giving that Panorama interview? Graha…
 
Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. Can a 15-nation trade deal unite the Pacific rim? Is Covid making us too willing to hand over data? And why are gay rights under attack even as public acceptance grows? John Stepek, Suchandrika Chakrabarti and Gabriel Power reveal all…
 
Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. Is religion helping to spread the pandemic? What led to fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan? And are legends and fairytales inevitably non-PC? And how can meditation help the armed forces? Abdul Tahhan, Joe Evans and Felicity Capon reveal …
 
After a sudden and violent death, the Metropolitan Police will dispatch a member of their ‘Family Liaison' team to the deceased person’s relatives, to ensure their needs are met. But this wasn’t always the case... As retired officer Tom Simmons explains to Olly in this episode, the role of the ‘family liaison’ was only professionalised in the 90s, …
 
Olly Mann is joined by professor emeritus of journalism at City University, Lis Howell and entertainment director of Heat magazine and host of the PilotTV podcast, Boyd Hilton. This week: As news channels roll into a third day of USA election coverage, we ask which broadcasters won the hearts and minds of our panelists. As The Sun successfully defe…
 
Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. What can we learn from an attack on Kabul university? Why is the Italian Mafia leading anti-lockdown protests? And how can meditation help the armed forces? Tomiwa Owolade, Joe Evans and Kari Wilkin reveal all…
 
Content warning: animal cruelty. In Answer Me This episode 391, we hear about eviscerated rabbits, I’m A Celebrity food-kills, and a zoo in a deadly stunt. But there’s some mysterious dog magic to compensate. We also consider: the history of video phones the baby in Labyrinth fiction you didn’t realise was science fiction ‘free’ apples pastry weddi…
 
Content warning: animal cruelty. In AMT391, we hear about eviscerated rabbits, I'm A Celebrity food-kills, and a zoo in a deadly stunt. But there's some mysterious dog magic to compensate. Find out more about this episode at . Send us questions for future episodes: email written words or voice recordings to answermethispodcast@googlemail.com. Tweet…
 
Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. Are instant social purchases too easy for our own good? Is Bitcoin entering the mainstream? And can David Attenborough get us to invest in the environment? Suchandrika Chakrabarti, John Stepek and Holden Frith reveal all…
 
Olly Mann is joined by radio consultant and director of Creative Media Partners Paul Robinson, editor of Newsweek International Alex Hudson and former Press Association, HuffPost UK and ITV News executive and now the founder of Bird Lime Media, Dawn Kelly. This week: Is the Daily Telegraph correcting a glaring error by bringing its sub-editors back…
 
Seeking a secure investment, newlyweds Sara and Ali sank their savings into a dependable, government-backed business - a branch of the Post Office. That decision led them to lose their income, their home - and even their liberty. In this intense interview with Olly, they explain how an unacknowledged software glitch put unbearable strain on their m…
 
Olly Mann is joined by co-host of ‘Fortunately...’ and Woman’s Hour, Jane Garvey, international editor of Deadline, Jake Kanter and print journalist at Hello magazine, Elizabeth Carr-Ellis. On today’s show: Is the government about to sell off Channel 4? Does the BBC have an Oxbridge problem? And can the lure of Andrew Neil entice viewers to news ch…
 
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