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Found sounds, obscure audio esoterica, bloopers, musical curios and aural oddities are unearthed and celebrated in this podcast from Jake and Dave Yapp. Dave is an Emmy-nominated Sound Designer, and Jake is a broadcaster with nearly thirty years of experience in BBC Radio. From the best (worst) song demos, to celebrities like you‘ve never heard them before, this is a deep dive into the bizarre, the weird, the exotic and the catastrophic. Follow us on social media @audio_freqs.
 
How do I get my Yorkshire pudding to rise? This and other questions vegans were never afraid to ask, but never got an answer to. Join Jake Yapp and guests talking vegan turkey, other meat substitutes and, lots of great veg! If you are adopting a plant-based diet, transitioning, just plain curious or want some delicious food ideas, this is the podcast for you.
 
A new podcast hosted by comedian Jake Yapp and games journalist Tamer Asfahani that discusses their relationship with video games and how gaming has changed over the decades. Peppered with anecdotes, this podcast is a family-friendly look at gaming and meanders through funny, silly, emotional and thoughtful themes with gaming at the core of the discussion.
 
A comedy chat show hosted by award-winning comedian, author and accidental relationship guru Rosie Wilby. She and a rotating cast of her acclaimed performer pals look back at their best and worst romantic breakup stories. Tragedy plus time equals comedy, right? The Breakup Monologues was initially developed as part of a multi-platform project supported using public funding by Arts Council England. The music used in the series is Hackbeat Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creativ ...
 
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We love to Moogy We love to Moogy Jitterboog Moogy EtcI'd love to type out a nice elaborate thing about synths, but I was very suddenly asked by Jon Holmes to compose a parody of the BBC News Jingle done in French. So that's all gone right out of the window. Still. I hope you enjoy it. Are yiou enjoying these? I do hope so. Consider signing up for …
 
In a live episode recorded at Kings Place, Rosie puts some breakup quiz questions to The Chase’s Jenny Ryan, comedian Jake Yapp and podcaster Martin Joseph. They also chat about the pain and guilt of being the breaker upper, blocking an ex on social media, attachment patterns, breakup songs and take some unexpected detours into grisly breakup metap…
 
Foraging experts Anton Petrov and Mitch McCulloch join Jake to talk about the ins and outs of foraging. Like always our listeners have got in touch with their food related questions such as ‘Where are good places to forage in Britain’ and ‘Are there easy ways to help spot poisonous plants?’ You will also hear all about the foraging police (yes it r…
 
More of the best and worst of Eurovision, much, if not all of which was suggested by listener Neil. Thanks, Neil! Here's my own playlist of tunes I like from Eurovision. I say like. That might be strong. 'Time', by Izabo is fascinatingly bad. But Verka Seduchka is, and will always be, utterly glorious. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/43tlnt9JHaue…
 
Jake and Dave unearth some rare gems from the world of Eurovision, and begin the battle to decide: Which act is the Worst of the Worst? (Side note: Dave's Kettle of Fish are performing in Bristol in June, if you fancied googling all of that for tickets) Don't forget, there'll be bonus Eurovision stuff in the bonus podcast for supporters on Ko-Fi: w…
 
Jake sits down with Radhi to discuss Ayurveda and what it means to live an Ayurveda lifestyle. If you know nothing about Ayurveda this is a good place to start. Radhi goes through everything you need to know from Prakruti and Vikruti to all four doshas. You will be all clued up after this episode about this rich Indian culture. Jake also finds out …
 
In a live episode recorded early one Sunday in a somewhat secret wooded glade at Cambridge Comedy Festival, Rosie chats to comedian Esther Manito on her thirteenth wedding anniversary (with her husband and friends in attendance) about sticking together, starting standup comedy as a mother of small children, whether dick pics existed in the olden da…
 
If you thought eating outside should only happen in the summer months, think again! Listen to expert chefs as they share their guide to creating a charming outdoor eating experience to enjoy with friends and family. Let’s celebrate eating outside all year round as we go alfresco! This week we are joined by award winning cook, Katy Beskow and chef p…
 
Continuing our self-plunder, as we bring you some select bits from our bonus podcasts. If you're interested in supporting the project and getting the FULL BONUS, head on over to www.ko-fi.com/audiofreqs ...there's lots of fun business with me and my cusband, including our TOO HOT TO HANDLE ONLYFANS PAGE* and, er, some badges. *This does not exist, …
 
Look, got som pretty awful news for you. Um, don't know if you heard but Jesus died. It's awful. Apparently he was a really nice guy. And so young. I don't know much about it, but I bet it was that bloody motorbike of his. Anyway. Fingers crossed for some GOOD NEWS sometime SOON. In the MEANTIME. Here's a teasey sort of podcast - there are some bra…
 
In a live episode recorded at Faversham Literary Festival, Rosie chats to psychoanalyst and author Anouchka Grose about monogamy in the animal world, how ethical non-monogamy could inform a new version of monogamy, how we measure the value of relationships, celebrities that your partner would give you a pass to sleep with, decoding our childhood pr…
 
Our last episode from the Desert Island Dishes specials and we are finishing this chapter with a fantastic guest - Labour MP Kerry McCarthy. In this episode Kerry lets us in on what vegan food they serve at the House of Commons and what it has been like being a vegan in parliament over the years. She also talks about COP26 and the reality of how di…
 
Continuing the Saga, looking at the entire industry of spin-offs from the Star Wars franchise. PLUS some amazing Barnacle Bills for you. Sorry, I just got distracted. I've got the news on and they just used the phrase 'Ship-based science' and I completely misheard the 'ship-based' part and now I can't remember what I was going to say. Anyway, hi. H…
 
Do you want to get creative over the bank holiday weekend and try some delicious vegan bakes, well we are here this week to help you out! This episode is for everyone from beginner bakers all the way up to advanced so grab your piping bag and set up your turn table and let’s get baking! We are joined this week by Holly Jade from Little Blog of Vega…
 
A little while ago... In a galaxy quite a ways off... In which we take a deep dive into the parallel universes of Star Wars '''''''''inspired'''''''' esoterica. Plus some speculation on the appearance of a bald wookie. Google it, or have a look on the @audio_freqs instagram account. Davey will probably post a picture there, and then you'll be sorry…
 
In a live episode recorded at Poplar Union, Rosie chats to journalist and author Rachel Thompson, journalist and poet Victoria Richards and podcaster and activist Sangeeta Pillai about teenage crushes, lockdown flings and breakups, trying to to be overly cool about meeting your ex’s new partner, discovering dating apps, being single and how the mat…
 
Genesis Butler sits down with Jake to discuss her desert island dishes. Genesis is a 15-year-old environmental and animal rights activist and one of the youngest people to ever give a TEDx talk. She went vegan at the age of 6 and has earned numerous awards and recognitions for her activism, including being named by BBC as one of the top 8 activists…
 
We're bach with Back. More WACHY BACH FACHTS for you!?!?!?!?! Bach was a quick learner, but his brother said he wasn’t ready to learn the pieces in a book of famous compositions that were in the cupboard. So at night, J.S. Bach snuck downstairs and copied the notes by hand using only moonlight so he wouldn’t wake anyone up. It took him 6 months! Ho…
 
Well, I thought I'd take this opportunity to hit you up with some WACHY BACH FACHTS! FUN FACHT: Bach got put in prison by Duke Wilhelm, because he asked if he could please go and work as a composer for Prince Leopold. Wachy! FUN FACHT: When Bach wrote religious pieces, he'd put the initials INJ at the top, which some people think means In Nomine Je…
 
In a live episode recorded at Poplar Union, Rosie chats to comedian and screenwriter Jordan Gray and comedian and Comedy Arcade podcaster Vix Leyton about ex-partners turning up to gigs, teenage heartbreak, the pitfalls of trying to get revenge on an ex via performing in a goth metal band, rudimentary early methods of online chat, whether Halloween…
 
This week we have a vegan power-house joining the Vegan Life podcast. She is a chef, author, YouTuber and TV personality… the wonderful Rachel Ama! In this episode you will hear Rachel’s bacon tempeh horror story her Caribbean feast and some guilty childhood pleasures. Jake even opens up with some oyster mushroom confessions.…
 
Let's not say 'amazing'. Let's describe it as simply 'staggering'. So we have some renditions of Staggering Grace that will leave you positively enraptured. I was just blasting on through naptime tbh and am most unimpressed with myself, but Davey and the music should allow you to behold the majesty of His* divine second coming etc. Love you. Don't …
 
Jake sits down with Matthew Kenney to discuss his Desert Island Dishes on our regular featured episode. We hear about 5 foods that Matthew can’t live without and also some little tricks of the trade along the way. By the end of this episode, you'll want to try a raw diet or at least swap some food groups out. Matthew talks about travelling and how …
 
This time, we're moving in mysterious ways. From TV evangelists to some of the most Amazing, yet Graceless renditions of Amazing Grace, Jake and Dave listen to some of the most incontrovertibly zealous, yet meritless spiritual audio. If you're interested in the Poke video mentioned in the podcast, here's the link: https://youtu.be/jTn4u3ULqec Don't…
 
Jake is back after last week's hiatus. Hiatus gonna hiate, hiate, hiate, hiate. But the LOVE is in the air (open a window). Have you ever wondered how the racy novelist Barbara Cartland might sound if she was singing? Of course you haven't. You'd be SO WEIRD if you had. But I bet you're wondering now. Well. Play this podcast, and, in due course, yo…
 
We are back with our Desert Island Dishes format and this week we are joined by Keegan Kuhn who is the award-winning co-director of the acclaimed documentary films Cowspiracy, executive producer for What The Health and executive producer for They're Trying To Kill Us. Keegan opens up in this episode about his vegan journey and some behind the scene…
 
HELLO FRIEND. Thought I'd say hi, what with the world ending and all that. Thinking of you. Hope you're doing ok. Have you tried Audio Freqs yet? It is where the podcast party's at nowadays, with me and Davey, and buckets of hot audio slop for your delight and disgust. Anyway. Say hello on social media - I've been missing you xxx See acast.com/priv…
 
Yes, it's THAT kind of mixtape as we belatedly celebrate St Valentine's Day, staggering back from the garage with a box of Matchmakers and a Catford Bunch*. Jake is away this week, but a special quasi-celebrity guest is sitting in for him. Star, ahahahaha of BBC Radio 4 Extra and one-time Girl Friday for Martin Kelner, kindly clench your buttocks o…
 
What defines a spice is not always straightforward. Spices may be roots, bark, seeds, buds, and fruits. Spice allows us to elevate any dish from bland to gourmet and in this episode, we promise that you will find out everything you need to know in the spice game! We are spoiled this week by the panel of experts - Abhilasha Chandak, a food consultan…
 
As recording for season 5 begins, Rosie presents a few highlights from season 4 along with a clip of The Breakup Monologues audiobook. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram @breakupmonologues and buy The Breakup Monologues book from all good bookshops: https://linktr.ee/breakupmonologues Our next live recordings are at Poplar Union…
 
Surely the greatest song poem ever written is featured in this one, quick trigger warning, the lyricist may have slipped a 'pen*s' in there. Also, David makes reference to Peer Gynt, and I realise now that if you suffixed Peer Gynt with the word 'Middle', you'd have a popular competitive game of catch as played in Yorkshire playgrounds. That's pret…
 
As we reluctantly enter the world of Song Poems - lyrics written by amateurs, and set to music (for a SMALL ADMINISTRATIVE FEE) by professional, and fairly existentially-troubled musicians. You will hear songs about vampire husbands, yellow things, and 'by the also of having'. I'm not going to lie to you, you're going to need some strength for this…
 
This episode is filled with delicious bread recipes and some inspired methods from both guests, as they re-invent some of our doughy favourites. You will hear about the lockdown trend - sourdough! A listener who is in need got a 45-year-old mother starter for Christmas and wants to know how to keep it alive. We also hear from Freya and Chris how di…
 
It's time for the second act of our Musicals extravaganza! You know, the half that goes on a bit and the songs aren't as good and you start wondering about train times. BUT! In this episode! All By Myself, sung by people who probably spent quite a lot of time in that state afterwards! Another regional musical - but this one even more staggeringly s…
 
Lucy lets us know from the off that she was an incredibly fussy eater as a child and that her parents let her eat almost anything "as long as she was eating’" However, that doesn’t stop her sharing some seriously yummy food in this episode, from comfort meals from her childhood to the ultimate vegan toppings on a pizza. We also hear a food inventio…
 
What do you think the future holds for veganism and the food we eat? Do you want to know what goes on behind closed doors? Listen this week as our experts (who are keeping abreast of what is going on in the vegan market) share with you some juicy gossip of what is happening. Our great guests this week are: Nigel White, Anders Linden and Doug McNish…
 
This year we are bringing you amazing vegan guests on a new format which will be out every other Friday – Desert Island Dish’s. We start this week with the amazing activist, actor, writer and podcaster, Evanna Lynch. Evanna’s professional career began at the age of fourteen when she played the role of quirky misfit Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter…
 
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