Podcasts - we love 'em
We love podcasts so much that we built a recording studio into the heart of our office so we could make our own! Ain’t podcasts wonderful?
We really enjoy podcasting. It's our opportunity to share our experiences and thoughts and it's a pretty good way to keep yourself sharp in tech since if you're talking rubbish nobody is going to listen.
Well worth a listen. Update is certainly on the technical side of the app and design scene. With each episode being a collected discussion between the hosts on whatever the episode is about. Which is only two as of now, but I'm really enjoying it so far. They've stripped back the bells and whistles other podcasts try to shove down our ear canals, and just have an intelligent conversation. Which is frankly, a breath of fresh air. They're working on something they enjoy, and it shows in the product. I'll be waiting for more, and recommending it all the while.
The Poetry Show
Coming soon. Rose Drew, Alan Gillott, Charli Goodfellow and Laurence O’Reilly bring you provoking poetry on a wide range of topics, from love to ghosts to childhood memories.
Here are some of our favourite podcasts. If you’ve not listened to them, go get them on your favourite pod catcher now! You’re in for a treat.
A guaranteed laugh, the four hosts, Markus, Luke, Jim and Pete discuss the latest and the bizarre goings on in the wacky world of football. It’s what football does to ya.
Ever wondered where the fortune cookie came from? Why psychiartists have couches? Or how rock 'n' roll music got past the Iron Curtain? If so, then you need 99% Invisible in your life. Each episode is a twenty-minute wonder.
This podcast is for anyone who has a thirst for knowledge. Josh and Chuck cover anything and everything from vestigial organs to PEZ to wine fraud, with humour and plenty of sidetracking.
If you know anything about podcasts- you will have definitely heard of Serial. It’s not so much a ‘who dunnit’ thriller, but a ‘he did it, no he didn’t, maybe he did’ roller coaster of emotions. It’s a really gripping podcast!
Brian Cox and Robin Ince make the world of science accessible to the masses by discussing a wide range of topics, presented as a great mix of comedy and scientific debate. As a complete geek, the content of this podcast suits me perfectly.
I like the Moth because it’s stories told as remembered by the storyteller. Inspirational and beautiful stories that have meant that I’ve often had to compose myself in the office carpark after a teary commute.