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    Podcasts

    What's everyone listening to? Or what genre do you like listening to?

    i've referenced it on other threads, but i'm in the process of setting up my own so 1) shamelessly plugging mine here please delete if not allowed but hoping to get some interest and support from friends/family/fellow hibs fans 2) Curious to what people like to hear in a podcast and 3) Would you be willing to be a guest?

    This is a podcast for everyday stories, we're all interesting in our way so lets chat



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    Joe Rogans are usually excellent even if they do go on for some time. Wide variety of guests on covering loads of topics.

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    I listen to loads of podcasts, usually when running or walking to work.

    My never miss list is Athletico Mince, My Dad Wrote a Porno, Guardian Science Weekly, Grounded with Louis Theroux and Airplane Geeks.

    Politics wise I listen to Remainiacs and CakeWatch a lot.

    I dip into both Longbangers and Hibs Talk. I'm not really keen on much of the other Scottish football stuff. I do listen to Off The Ball as a podcast but that's not really podcast specific.

    The Runners World podcast is hit or miss and very London/South of England centric but it has it's moments. Tartan Running Shorts is a great Scottish running podcast. It's probably the best example of a couple of guys just talking about something they love and not really bothering too much about trying to make it anything more than that. The Rambling Runner is similar and brilliant for it.

    I think the really great thing about a podcast is it doesn't have to have mass appeal. It's fairly cheap to put together and get out there. Almost any subject will capture a few peoples imagination.

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    Top Flight Time Machine

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    Top Flight Time Machine
    Top Flight Time Machine and Athletico Mince.
    Follow the Hibs podcast, Longbangers, on Twitter (@longbangers)
    https://anchor.fm/longbangers

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    Elis James & John Robins on BBC Radio Five Live.

    I've listened to them since their XFM & Radio X days and it's always brilliant.
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    Top Flight Time Machine and Athletico Mince.
    Bravo sir.

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    Golazzo : The Totally Italian Football Show, with James Richardson.

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    Golazzo : The Totally Italian Football Show, with James Richardson.
    Second this shout a Fantastic podcast

    quite enjoyed Dirty John podcast much better than the Tv series that was made from it, also on the true crime theme I enjoyed are teachers pet, death in ice valley and there was a good couple of seasons of up and vanished.

    BBC radio 4 also had a good couple of shows one on the Berlin Wall and another about the search of a nazi officer the names escape me though

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    Hardcore History is unreal If you are into that sort of thing.

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    13 minutes to the Moon (BBC sounds)

    A series about the 13 minute decent to the Moon by Apollo 11.
    Its fantastically done with great depth about the people involved and where they came from.

    Average age of the control team in Houston for that mission was 27.
    Considering the number of people involved , its incredible.
    One of the team had to decide whether to abort or not after an onboard computer warning a few minutes into the decent. He was only 23.

    Great stuff.
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    Second this shout a Fantastic podcast

    quite enjoyed Dirty John podcast much better than the Tv series that was made from it, also on the true crime theme I enjoyed are teachers pet, death in ice valley and there was a good couple of seasons of up and vanished.

    BBC radio 4 also had a good couple of shows one on the Berlin Wall and another about the search of a nazi officer the names escape me though
    Stumbled across the one about Berlin Wall again, itís called intrigue: Tunnel 29 was a really good listen

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    The big light podcasts are a range of Scottish based podcasts. Stuart Cosgrove is always a good listen and theresa talbot crime podcast has good guests.
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    A few boxing related podcasts;

    The History of the Heavyweight Championship with Steve Bunce, and Boxing Life Stories

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    Giving this a little bump

    I hope it's ok sharing links to pages on here

    https://www.facebook.com/YeListeningPodcast/


    that's the link to my podcast, coming soon. there's a video update sharing what i'm looking to achieve and why i'm doing it. Would really appreciate if you'd like the page and give a fellow hibby a chance

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    Giving this a little bump

    I hope it's ok sharing links to pages on here

    https://www.facebook.com/YeListeningPodcast/




    that's the link to my podcast, coming soon. there's a video update sharing what i'm looking to achieve and why i'm doing it. Would really appreciate if you'd like the page and give a fellow hibby a chance
    Good luck with it
    Follow the Hibs podcast, Longbangers, on Twitter (@longbangers)
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    13 Minutes to the Moon series 2 is out on BBC Sounds.
    This series is about Apollo 13.

    It is utterly fantastic.

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    As Iíve ran out of James English and Shaun Atwood podcasts , hotboxin with Mike Tyson is pretty decent plenty big name guests .

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    As Iíve ran out of James English and Shaun Atwood podcasts , hotboxin with Mike Tyson is pretty decent plenty big name guests .
    Is the James English ones the guy interviewing gangsters and basically licking their arse? If so I canít be bothered with them, if not thereís one out there with a guy that does that - heís a real sycophant.

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    My favourite podcasts at the moment are

    The Daily from the new york times...topical stories

    Talk Media - a scottish look at the big stories of the week.

    Blethered- great chats with various interesting people...one of them an ex al quaeda bomb maker turned MI5 spy....


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheel View Post
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    My favourite podcasts at the moment are

    The Daily from the new york times...topical stories

    Talk Media - a scottish look at the big stories of the week.

    Blethered- great chats with various interesting people...one of them an ex al quaeda bomb maker turned MI5 spy....


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
    Sean McDonald is a great lad as well.

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    Is the James English ones the guy interviewing gangsters and basically licking their arse? If so I canít be bothered with them, if not thereís one out there with a guy that does that - heís a real sycophant.
    No asslicking lol, number 1 podcast in UK, tremendous interview skills, doesnt interrupt and asks great questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danderhall Hibs View Post
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    Is the James English ones the guy interviewing gangsters and basically licking their arse? If so I canít be bothered with them, if not thereís one out there with a guy that does that - heís a real sycophant.
    That's the one, i dont get it with him?

    All he does is let every tom dick and harry tell their story about how much of a crook they have been, and brag about their violence and how hard they are.

    Then they always go for the sympathy vote by saying how hard their upbringing was, while English blows smoke up their arse.

    It must be something about that surname, that gives then delusions of grandeur, and the ability to spout *****.

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    That's the one, i dont get it with him?

    All he does is let every tom dick and harry tell their story about how much of a crook they have been, and brag about their violence and how hard they are.

    Then they always go for the sympathy vote by saying how hard their upbringing was, while English blows smoke up their arse.

    It must be something about that surname, that gives then delusions of grandeur, and the ability to spout *****.
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    No asslicking lol, number 1 podcast in UK, tremendous interview skills, doesnt interrupt and asks great questions.

    Itís not for me - I listened to 4 or 5 last year and was sick of the guy. Really sycophantic and happy to glorify all their ďmisdemeanoursĒ. Itís like the books the casuals brings out - once youíve read one guy tell you how there was 20 of them against just him and he never ran then youíve read them all.

    Iíve just had a flick though his page on Apple podcasts and the majority are gangsters with the odd conspiracy theory one mixed in.

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    I subscribe and listen to loads, especially this year.
    For politics and news, Today in Focus by the Guardian and Politics Weekly. Also Talking Politics-The History of Ideas.
    History: History Extra is a 10/10, BBCs In our Time (melvyn Bragg) and The History of the World in 100 Objects is just fantastic.
    Anything the BBC World Service does History wise is always excellent.
    Sport, all the Totally Football Pods, Golazzo, the football league show, the Totally Scottish (although I accept this is fairly crap most of the time, The Terrace is probably better and I might switch to that) Longbangers, The goalkeepers union podcast with Richard Lee, Around the NFL Podcast. I have deleted the Scottish Football Coaching podcast from the SFA because the quality of chat is embarrassingly bad but they sometimes get interesting guests on.
    Comedy I’ve been listening to Athletico Mince, Katherine Ryan, relistening to Alexei Sayles Legendary Sandwich Bar from a few years back.
    About Race by Reni Eddo Lodge opened my eyes to what the BLM movement is about.

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    Sean McDonald is a great lad as well.
    Donít know him , but comes over really well ...

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    My first two podcasts have dropped - for anyone following my page on FB, I'll be doing a live launch at 7PM.

    There'll be two main strands, I Am... and My Top 5. I am will tell someone's story be it highlighting a success story or Dailly struggles/battles. Top 5 will differ weekly to football games, movies, TV shows etc. First up, its a rangers fan for my top 5 and I Am... Sean W who lost his leg in Afghanistan

    https://open.spotify.com/show/5wlwkI...SaWOqzH2WGb61Q

    So grateful to anyone that gives it a listen

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    Ive listened to podcasts a lot since lockdown started. The standouts for me are Tunnel 29, Dan Snows History hit and Body of proof which looks at the case of Suzanne Pilley, the Edinburgh woman who went missing a few years ago.

    Regularly listen to **** married annoyed , redhanded and crime junkies
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    Rick Shiels Golf Podcast is great. And I donít play golf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.S View Post
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    Ive listened to podcasts a lot since lockdown started. The standouts for me are Tunnel 29, Dan Snows History hit and Body of proof which looks at the case of Suzanne Pilley, the Edinburgh woman who went missing a few years ago.

    Regularly listen to **** married annoyed , redhanded and crime junkies
    What platform is the Body of Proof podcast on? Canít find it on iTunes.

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