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Ian Wright on Desert Island Discs is brilliant and very well worth a listen. Sure a few have already seen his reunion with his ex-teacher, but his story is quite something.
 

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Ian Wright on Desert Island Discs is brilliant and very well worth a listen. Sure a few have already seen his reunion with his ex-teacher, but his story is quite something.

Yeah just listened to it, very good
 

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Quickly Kevin starts on Monday. First guest...BULLY.

Lovely stuff
 

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Hunting Ghislaine from LBC about Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein is very good. Deeply disturbing and weird in places.
 

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Quite glad I've come across this thread (I was about to start one but did a search to see if we had a pre-existing) as it has given me a lot of recommendations!

I've started listening to podcasts as something a bit different to the same old music - I'm finding they're making my working days pass a bit quicker too.

I'm a big big fan of Serial and This American Life, and also Freakonomics Radio is brilliant (maybe an acquired taste, but I find economics and popular culture really interesting). In terms of Wolves podcasts, I just stick to Old Gold Club that Mikey Burrows does as any other Wolves podcasts are a bit meh to me.
 

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I love Serial and This American Life (the latter was my first proper regular podcast listen), though the latest Serial - nice white parents - isn't quite as good as previous one imo.

S-Town though is the absolute top of their podcasts I think - brilliant from start to finish.
 

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I've just started listening to The Apology Line and would highly recommend for any true crime fans. Binged the first 3 available epiosdes (of 6).
 

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Been trying to persevere with the Peter Crouch podcast, as I do find parts of it funny. But Chris Stark grates on me and there’s a lot of in-jokes between the three of them, which I don’t get as I mustn’t have listened to those episodes.
 

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One of my favorite video game podcasts (The Giant Beastcast, if anyone is familiar) just ended and it's affected me so much more than I expected it would. It was a sort of constant fireside chat for me during my years working at Starbucks, returning to university, and living with my parents.

Not having it each Friday (today is actually the first day that an episode won't be released) has me feeling untethered slightly. It was the sort of podcast that was ostensibly about video games but in reality was just about listening to a small group of people shoot the shit in a way that always felt genuine and almost vulnerable.

It feels so silly to have gotten worked up about it ending, but here I am. 😅
 

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Been trying to persevere with the Peter Crouch podcast, as I do find parts of it funny. But Chris Stark grates on me and there’s a lot of in-jokes between the three of them, which I don’t get as I mustn’t have listened to those episodes.
Yeah, i know what you mean i didn't listen to them in any particular order, so i had no idea what "parched" meant for a good while.
 

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Ian Wright on Desert Island Discs is brilliant and very well worth a listen. Sure a few have already seen his reunion with his ex-teacher, but his story is quite something.
I've recently listened to it. The sandstorm that must have engulfed me whilst listening, didn't harm it.

The TV program recently regrading his upbringing was good too.

Please get him back on the MOTD top ten. I can't listen to Micah Richards supposedly talking about five cup finals where either he wasn't born or he was in nappies for.
 
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Yeah, I don't mind Micah as a pundit but what is the point in asking him about stuff he can't possibly remember. They had a "shock transfers" one the other week, Cantona to United was one of the 10, he was 4 when that happened so how would he know?
 

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Unfortunately he decided to quit, his autobiography is worth a read/listen too though he doesn't narrate the audiobook.
 

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Been enjoying this one recently

 

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