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Isaac Asimov's The Foundation Trilogy was adapted for the BBC in eight hour-long episodes by Patrick Tull (episodes 1 to 4) and Mike Stott (episodes 5 to 8), directed by David Cain, first broadcast in 1973, and repeated in 1977 and 2002. Originally broadcast in 8 parts, between 6 May and 24 June 1973. Uploaded as a podcast for easy and accessible listening. The public domain audio files used are available on the Internet Archive at https://archive.org/details/IsaacAsimov-TheFoundationTrilogy ...
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Since it began in October 1993 The Essential Mix has played host to the world's biggest names and hottest up and coming DJs. This unofficial archive is designed to be a celebration of the world's greatest mix show and a perfect illustration of the evolution of dance music over the last 3 decades. This is a fan page which has no connection with the BBC or The Essential Mix
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the hilarious radio sitcom starring Harry H. Corbett and Wilfred Brambell, adapted from the much-loved TV series. Steptoe and Son ran for eight series on BBC TV and even spawned two feature films. Such was the series' popularity in the mid-1960s that the cast specially recorded several episodes for BBC radio. Here, collected together for the first time, are all episodes from the radio series, scripted by Hancock's Half Hour creators Ray Galton and Alan Simpson and adapted by Gale Pedrick. Am ...
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Aldous Leonard Huxley was an English writer and philosopher. He wrote nearly 50 books, both novels and non-fiction works, as well as wide-ranging essays, narratives, and poems. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature nine times, and was elected Companion of Literature by the Royal Society of Literature in 1962. This collection includes BBC Radio dramatisations of some of Huxley’s best known novels. Brave New World - It’s 2116, and Bernard Marx and Helmholtz Watson are token rebels ...
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NOTE: The MP3 files used by this podcast appear to be missing. They may have been removed permanently from their source location. Good Omens � An angel and a demon try to save the world from an apocalypse. Neverwhere - Beneath the streets of London there is another London. A subterranean labyrinth of sewers and abandoned tube stations. A somewhere that is Neverwhere.An act of kindness sees Richard Mayhew catapulted from his ordinary life into a subterranean world under the streets of Londo ...
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Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches. Featuring Lucy Porter on Laura Kenny’s retirement, Alasdair Beckett-King on the state of our nation’s health and an original song from Mitch Benn. With voices from Ed Jones and Katie Norris. The show was written by the cast with additional material from Cody Dahler, Zoe …
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This week’s podcast is presented by Stephen and Bernadette. We hear from: · Globe-trotting Richard who has been pondering the tree surgery sector; · Darcy from Northern California, who has views on THAT episode, · Witherspoon, who, among other things, has advice for Alice; · Another Richard - this one known as Biffo Prop - who also has thoughts abo…
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Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches. Featuring Marcus Brigstocke unpacking screen addiction and Ria Lina on the International Women's Day - Oscars overlap, and an original song from Ed MacArthur. The show was written by the cast with additional material from David Duncan, Aidan Fitzmaurice, Jade Gebbie and …
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Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches. Featuring Lucy Porter on Laura Kenny’s retirement, Alasdair Beckett-King on the state of our nation’s health and an original song from Mitch Benn. With voices from Ed Jones and Katie Norris.The show was written by the cast with additional material from Cody Dahler, Zoe T…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Sue from Telford, who is still worrying what George might be capable of; · Sarah, a first-time caller-innerer with thoughts about George's "channel"; · Laura from Bedfordshire, who is looking for romance; · Jade, who has finally caught up with The Archers; · Lilian from Mid…
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Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches. Featuring Marcus Brigstocke unpacking screen addiction and Ria Lina on the International Women's Day - Oscars overlap, and an original song from Ed MacArthur.The show was written by the cast with additional material from David Duncan, Aidan Fitzmaurice, Jade Gebbie and C…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Becky, a first time caller-innerer, who has further thoughts on George; · Stephanie, who also remains worried about that particular Grundy; · Glyn, who has thoughts on Harry and Alice, and the Bull; · Pip, who brings her expertise to bear on Harrison's situation; · Withersp…
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Mark Steel, Marie Le Conte, Simon Evans and Zoe Lyons join Andy Zaltzman for the last episode in the present series. This week the panel give their 2p on the budget, the battle for the White House and what it might sound like if George Galloway joined the News Quiz. Written by Andy Zaltzman With additional material by: Cody Dahler, Meryl O'Rourke, …
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Jade who has nearly caught up to date; · Witherspoon who was still feeling a little sympathy for George on Monday; · Paul from Olney who is not impressed with either George or Emma; · Claire who has joined the queue to slap George; · Emma from Poland who was a bit unimpress…
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Hugo Rifkind, Susie McCabe, Ashley Storrie and Stuart Mitchell join Andy Zaltzman to quiz the week's news from Aberdeen. This week the panel discuss Gordon Brown’s vision for a second renaissance in Aberdeen, why Lee Anderson has lost the Tory whip, and the difference between Mob Rule and Ja Rule. Written by Andy Zaltzman With additional material b…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Witherspoon who is playing fast and loose with the Goldwater Rule; · Lilian who isn't entirely happy with the return of Robert; · Katherine who has strong views on Pip's parenting style; · And finally Brian, who isn't impressed with Pip either; We also have an email from Em…
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Andrew Doyle, Hugo Rifkind, Lucy Porter and Ria Lina join Andy Zaltzman to quiz the week's news. This week the panel tackle how a parliamentary debate about peace descended into constitutional conflict, why Donald Trump is actively urging his supporters to put their foot in it, literally this time, and how Britannia nuked the waves. Strap in. Writt…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Jen from Brooklyn, who has concerns about both Harrison and Chris; · Marie from Winchester, who is wondering about abattoir vets; · Witherspoon, who has thoughts about business plans; · Claire from Clapham who is studying gorillas in the mist; · Helen, a first time calle-in…
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Andy Zaltzman quizzes the news. Providing all the answers are Zoe Lyons, Andrew Maxwell, Rachel Parris, and Danny Finkelstein. In this week of Lent and Love Andy and the panel address Labour's difficult relationship with itself, Trump's flirtations with Putin, and giving up on the idea of home ownership. Written by Andy Zaltzman With additional mat…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Catherine, who hasn't called in for ages, and who wishes that all police officers were as honourable as Harrison; · Witherspoon, who is worried on Paul's behalf; · Pip from Thornton Heath, who provides an insider's view on Harrison's situation; · Glyn who thinks that Fallon…
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Coming to you from Belfast this week, Andy Zaltzman quizzes the news with Zoe Lyons, Neil Delamere, Diona Doherty, and Alex Kane. In this episode Andy and the panel will be asking if turning the Northern Ireland Assembly off and on has made it work again? Why Labour is keeping the red flag flying?… a Formula 1 style red flag, that is, which they’re…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Ros, who has been thinking about Harrison's dilemma, · Dusty Substances who is getting irritable about, well, all the current storylines; · Witherspoon, who is comparing Harry with how Alice used to be; · Jade, a first time caller-innerer, who has a question about relations…
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Andy Zaltzman quizzes the news. Providing all the answers are Simon Evans, Ria Lina, Alasdair Beckett-King, and Anushka Asthana. In this episode Andy and the panel will be discussing if Power-Sharing will prove to be Power-Caring, and whether anyone anywhere has ever thought of googling "Is it possible to back up WhatsApp messages?” Written by Andy…
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This week’s podcast is presented by Jacqueline and Stephen. We hear from: · Stephanie, who is in despair about the men of Ambridge; · Richard, who is lamenting the lack of openness in relationships in Ambridge; · Laura, who is wondering where Will got that idea from; · Mellie who has been wondering among other things about the villainous Markie; · …
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Andy Zaltzman quizzes the news. Providing all the answers are Lucy Porter, Geoff Norcott, Alasdair Beckett-King, and Cindy Yu. In this episode Andy and the panel address the issue of BBC bias after upsetting a minister with last week's show, try and figure out exactly what Keir Starmer stands for, and ask the question... who is ready for war? Writt…
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