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It was meant to be a miracle treatment, but it became a deadly poison. Cara McGoogan investigates the story they didn't want you to know - and one of the biggest medical disasters in history. The award-winning first series of Bed of Lies is also available to listen to on this feed: They have the perfect relationship, until one day he vanishes. Her hunt leads to other women just like her - and a web of state-spun lies. This is the untold story of one of Britain's biggest secrets.
 
From "wokeness" to cancel culture, the culture wars are in full swing. In this series of no-holds-barred long-form interviews, The Telegraph’s Steven Edginton sits down with world-leading commentators to unpick them. New episodes on Fridays.
 
The definitive Alan Partridge fan podcast, dissecting and celebrating his output episode by episode. Acclaimed as one of the best TV & Film podcasts by The Telegraph, featuring guest appearances from stars Tim Key, Stephen Mangan, Susannah Fielding, and Simon Greenall. Join us as we discuss our favourite moments, the character’s lasting legacy, and analyse the entire Alan Partridge Universe: I’m Alan Partridge, Knowing Me Knowing You, The Day Today, Alpha Papa, Mid Morning Matters and more. ...
 
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"A pleasingly simple concept... one of the best things I've come upon in the last six months" (The Telegraph - 'Best Podcasts') 5 speakers, 15 minutes each. Script free and against a less-than-precise clock, some of the world's leading figures in the arts and sciences deliver talks about their enduring achievements, wildest moments or deepest passions. It's inspiring, informative, provoking, and above all, entertaining. Based in London but making forays to Sydney, New York and Milan, 5x15 ha ...
 
This is the podcast of the UK music journalist James McMahon. Former Features Editor of NME. Former Editor of Kerrang! Current writer for The Guardian/Observer, Record Collector, Vice, The Telegraph, The Face and beyond. In truth, these days he writes about football, true crime, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and weird stuff much more than he does music, but music still matters to him more than anything, anything at all...
 
“One of the Top 10 Podcasts for Theatre Fans!” (Broadway World) Since 2006, this “bright, breezy, & entertaining” (The Telegraph) podcast demystifies the creative process in chats with some of the sharpest and funniest artists in the business: ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic! Brian Dennehy! Playwright Lauren Gunderson! Director Mary Zimmerman! Novelist Christopher Moore! Comedian Rachel Parris! Shakespearean Sir Stanley Wells! And so many less! HEAR HERE!
 
Each week Andrew Parasiliti, president of the award-winning news site Al-Monitor, and Amberin Zaman, Al-Monitor’s Senior Correspondent, interview newsmakers, journalists and thought leaders from the US and Middle East about the latest news and trends in the region. Andrew has been writing about, and traveling in, the Middle East for over three decades, meeting and interviewing the region’s top political and civil society leaders. Since obtaining his PH.D from Johns Hopkins University, he has ...
 
This is the podcast channel for everything Matty Johns. Every week during the NRL season we'll publish an episode of Matty's Fox Sports Australia show called Face to Face, we'll also be publishing episodes of Matty at home with the rest of the Johns family, wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper. You'll get all the experts talking about the NRL, and hear Jack and Coop giving Matt heaps, it's all here.
 
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts.
 
With global travel largely on pause, the world’s great adventurers are all at home. And Greg Dickinson has managed to get their phone numbers. Join them to hear the travel stories you didn't know you were missing.
 
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Both major parties are heading to the polls with Australians undecided who would make a better prime minister, according to an election-eve poll. Loved ones of a grandmother who died after waiting seven hours for paramedics have blasted the state government. Taxpayers may end up forking out up to $28 million to bail out hundreds of families left wi…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of The Skepsis Telegraph, where we are looking at all the things we don't know about all the things we do know. What we know this time is that humans have an origin. What we didn't know is that our origins have an origin and it's rich. At the beginning of modern history circa 9,600 BCE when the first settlements began …
 
It's been a massive week at the Bulldogs and Phil Rothfield, Adam Mobbs and Russell Jackson look at Trent Barrett's departure, who should replace him and why the pain is far from over for Canterbury supporters. Buzz reveals the feuds he buried during Magic Round, Craig Bellamy's decision on his future and they preview the big weekend of footy. As a…
 
Elif Shafak is an award winning Turkish British writer, and the Booker Prize-shortlisted author of nineteen books, which have been translated into 55 languages. Her novel 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World was shortlisted for the Booker Prize and The Forty Rules of Love, was chosen by the BBC as one of '100 Novels That Shaped Our World'. H…
 
British food supplies: Gene-edited crops to be sped up to ease Ukraine crisis | Pictures: Russia deploys ‘Terminator’ tanks as it ramps up Donbas offensive | Live blog: Latest updates throughout the day from Russia-Ukraine conflict | Partygate: Simon Case expected to bear 'ultimate responsibility' for scandal | Mixed messages: The truth about chole…
 
Anthony Albanese will board a plane to Tokyo for a meeting with key global allies within hours of becoming Australia’s new prime minister, while his Labor team grapples with a brewing economic storm. The surge in support for independents that swept Scott Morrison out of office and turned Sydney’s beaches teal from Palm Beach to Clovelly will put La…
 
What we know: Could Vladimir Putin turn off Germany's gas taps? | Live updates: Moscow to build new military bases on western front | Politics live blog: Waiting game for Sue Gray partygate report | Rich List: £730m Rishi Sunak is doing very nicely in a time of crisis | Monkeypox: WHO convenes emergency meeting as UK cases 'double' | Q&A: What is i…
 
It’s the week in which Nicola Sturgeon went to the States to win friends and influence people, but annoyed her critics who point to big domestic problems at home. Tory MSP Murdo Fraser meanwhile skipped opportunities to grill the government by heading to Seville to watch Rangers. We also brought you the mystery of the sanctions-busting flight from …
 
Day 86. Today, we discuss the latest updates from the war in Ukraine, including Putin's weaponisation of global food supplies and the economic impact of the emerging crisis. Plus, we are joined by reporter Colin Freeman, live from Odessa in Ukraine. Contributors: Sophie Coe (Host) Danielle Sheridan (Defence Correspondent) Louis Ashworth (Economics …
 
Howard Jacobson has written sixteen novels and five works of non-fiction. He has twice won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Award for comic fiction, and in 2010 he won the Man Booker Prize for The Finkler Question. Published in the year of his 80th birthday, his new memoir, MOTHER’S BOY, is an exploration of being an insider and outsider, both Engl…
 
Naming the key players: Sue Gray demands to identify partygate ringleaders | Boris Johnson told: 'You’re safe from partygate… but expect more rebellions' | Crippling the world's food production: US missiles could end Putin's blockade | Odesa dispatch: Mountains of grain left to rot as Putin ‘blackmails the world’ | Top Gun - Maverick: Royal childre…
 
Do you have to understand a movie to love it? And if so, how much do you have to understand a movie to love it? This, more or less, is what constitutes “The Garland Scale,” which Josh introduces as a means of talking about the work of Alex Garland, the brainy, provocative writer/director behind the new MEN and earlier efforts like “Ex Machina” “Ann…
 
Rebecca Pow, The Environment Minister, joins Christopher "Chopper" Hope to explain why on earth she's asking us to befriend an insect, explains how she's working on cleaning up our rivers (and not just for wild swimming) and reveals why she takes a leaf out of Prince Charles' book and talks to her plants. Also on the podcast, head of the English Fo…
 
Tens of thousands of people who tested positive to Covid before Tuesday face being denied the right to vote in what has been labelled an assault on democracy. Terminally ill people in NSW will be able to choose when they die after parliament voted to legalise euthanasia A speed limit change on a key Sydney road has led to the total amount of low ra…
 
Partygate: Sue Gray report to be released as Met Police concludes investigation - its most damning quotes Analysis: Boris Johnson will be buoyed by end of partygate - but cost-of-living crisis could sink him still Ukraine’s amputees: The images the world needs to see Russia-Ukraine live blog: Vladimir Putin's food blockade 'craven and reckless', sa…
 
Day 85. Today, we discuss the latest updates from the war in Ukraine, including the resurgence of Ukraine's second city, Kharkiv. We also speak to The Telegraph's Roland Oliphant who is reporting from the Donetsk region. Plus, some light in the darkness, as we catch up with our Defence Correspondent, Danielle Sheridan, who adopted a Ukrainian dog a…
 
In this episode Matt and the fam talk great rivalries, their weekend away at magic round and get through a bunch of listener feedback. To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everything Matty.....go to dailytelegraph.com.au and get yourself a subscription, or download the Daily Telegraph app …
 
War in Ukraine: Vladimir Putin 'weaponising' world's food supplies | Love on the front line: 'I went to war - and came back with a dog' | Sunak vows to cut business taxes: Autumn Budget reference 'cut from speech' | Test yourself: Could you pass a primary school maths exam (with no calculator)? | Jason Burt match report: Shootout heartbreak for Ran…
 
An impassioned Islamic imam has warned Sydney’s bloody gang war could soon spill into funeral service....as he calls for peace at the gravesite of murdered criminal Rami Iskkander. One of Australia’s biggest home building companies Metricon is set for crisis talks with government amid rising costs of materials and massive delays hitting customers. …
 
NSW police have sweeping new powers to knock down the doors of convicted drug dealers without a warrant in a trial targeting four areas across the state including Sydney's south- west. The high-voltage power line from former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull’s Snowy 2.0 hydro-electric plant is about to rip through his mother-in-law’s farm. A marketin…
 
An alleged associate of shot Comanchero Tarek Zahed is among seven people linked to outlaw bikie gangs arrested during police operations to stamp out Sydney’s gang war. A surprising new national poll has found young Aussies in their 20s are more likely to support Australia retaining the monarchy than adults in their 30s and 40s. Domestic violence s…
 
Cost of living crisis: Rampant inflation hits a 40-year high Analysis: The UK's inflation nightmare is just beginning – these graphs show why House prices: Buyers should 'under no circumstances' take out large mortgages, warns property expert Jeremy Warner: There won’t be a house price crash, but beware a buy-to-let dip Beat price rises: Six ways t…
 
Day 84. Today, we discuss the latest updates from the war in Ukraine including the fate of the Ukrainian soldiers following their evacuation from the Azovstal steel-plant. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dom Nicholls (Defence & Security Editor) Katie O'Neill (Assistant Foreign Editor) See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Californi…
 
Business live blog: UK inflation surges at fastest rate in 40 years - latest | Energy windfall tax: Polling finds policy is ‘wildly popular’ with public | Conservatives under pressure to name MP: Tory held on suspicion of rape | Aerial sightings: UFOs spotted 400 times by US military, Pentagon reveals | Title race to the wire: Liverpool's stand-ins…
 
Sunderland play Wycombe Wanderers in the League One play-off final this weekend. With both sides having played 48 games to get to the Wembley showpiece without the benefit of VAR, now they play their most important match of the season under different conditions. As rules are continually being tweaked to accommodate it, 10 years on since the introdu…
 
In custody: Tory MP arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual assault Northern Ireland Protocol: EU signals it could trigger trade war if UK rips up agreement David Trimble: The Northern Ireland Protocol is destroying the Good Friday Agreement David Davis: How Boris should take on the EU and fix the Northern Ireland Protocol Ukraine war: Vladimir Pu…
 
It’s often said that the Kurds are the world’s largest nation without a state. Yet, in the Middle East they play an outsized role, helping Western powers advance their security goals sometimes at the cost of their relations with their own allies such as Turkey. Giran Ozcan explains why the United States needs to think of the Kurds as a standalone p…
 
Day 83. Today, we discuss the surrender and evacuation of soldiers in Mariupol's Azovstal steel-plant and analyse the impact of the war on Western economies. Plus, we interview Ukrainian MP Mariia Ionova as she heads to Brussels. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dom Nicholls (Defence & Security Editor) Ben Gartside (Business Reporter) With thanks…
 
Mariupol latest: Rescued Ukrainian defenders to be exchanged for captive Russians | Live blog: Ukrainian military base targeted in Russian missile attack on Lviv | Politics: UK ‘will do what we need to do’ to fix Northern Ireland Protocol | Bowie vs Elvis at Cannes: Festival strikes new chord with films on pop heroes | Newcastle 2 Arsenal 0: Mikel …
 
Alan worms his way into a dissertation and the world of fitness this week, as we respond to your feedback and ask important questions like 'How long is Partridge?', 'Where will Stratagem end up?' and 'Who's going to teach tennis to Jeff's kids?' PLUS: Nick is introduced to Splatball and briefly loses his mind. Join us! GET IN TOUCH: twitter.com/The…
 
Unlike so much of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the newest Doctor Strange entry carries the unmistakable stamp of its director, Sam Raimi, so we’re preparing to enter the Multiverse of Madness next week with a film that’s an undiluted hit of Raimi: the third entry in the Evil Dead trilogy, 1993’s ARMY OF DARKNESS. We’re joined by our longtime frie…
 
David Blixt is the co-fight choreographer of the Writers Theatre production of Gracie Gardner's Athena, directed by Jessica Fisch and featuring two stand-out performances by Aja Singletary (right) and Mary Tilden (left). David discusses the things that make this production unique in his experience; the importance of being a storyteller; the languag…
 
Cost of living: We are helpless in face of inflation, claims Bank of England Governor Gerard Lyons: The Bank of England is plagued by groupthink Energy price cap: Changes raise prospect of 'immense' winter energy bill shock Analysis: What the energy price cap changes mean for you ‘Far-reaching consequences’: Putin threatens ‘response’ if Nato milit…
 
Day 82. Today, we discuss Ukraine's counter offensive around Kharkiv & what Finland and Sweden joining would mean for NATO. Contributors: David Knowles (Host) Dom Nicholls (Defence & Security Editor) Mutaz Ahmed (Comment Journalist) See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sel…
 
Julia Samuel, MBE, is a leading British psychotherapist and the author of the bestsellers This Too Shall Pass and Grief Works. She is Founder Patron of Child Bereavement UK and a Vice President of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy; she has also presented the podcasts A Living Loss and Grief Works. In EVERY FAMILY HAS A STORY…
 
Boris Johnson: 'Northern Ireland Protocol stopping us tackling cost-of-living crisis' | Politics live blog: Change to Brexit deal will not break law, insists minister | Pictures and video: Queen gets standing ovation at Platinum Jubilee celebration | Anita Singh's review: Cringeworthy TV lets down five-star arena display | Bowel cancer: What we’ve …
 
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