A.J. Walker

writerer

If you travel a lot, be you a driver or a commuter, or if you have plenty of time at home and don't want to put the TV on, then Podcasts can be brilliant. Here I will put up some of my favourites, which you may find worth checking out.

Only just set up this page (June '19) so I haven't got around yet to putting much on yet - consider it a placeholder. Eventually there will be a lot more and relevant links. In the meantime find yourself a Podcast app, get searching and enjoy.

Click on the images to go through to the respective websites.
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13 Minutes To The Moon
A fabulous detailed documentary about the first landing on the Moon fifty years on. Lots of interviews with the people involved on the ground and astronauts too. Unmissable.
(Note: currently ongoing subscribe to listen to the latest episode when it's out each Monday.)
New York Times: The Book Review
One of the first regular Podcasts I subscribed to. Great interviews and chat about books. Like books? Well, you can't go wrong.
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Giles Paley-Phillips and Jim Daly host a podcast delving into those moments when people go blank, whether it's writers, actors, comedians or broadcasters. Some great people interviewed. Recommended.
Sodajerker
Sodajerker are a songwriting team from Liverpool; Simon Barber and Brian O'Connor. They host a great series of podcasts of interviews with songwriters from around the world. Great stuff.
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Sodajerker
Sodajerker are a songwriting team from Liverpool; Simon Barber and Brian O'Connor. They host a great series of podcasts of interviews with songwriters from around the world. Great stuff.

13 Minutes To The Moon

A fabulous detailed documentary about the first landing on the Moon fifty years on. Lots of interviews with the people involved on the ground and astronauts too. Unmissable.
(Note: currently ongoing subscribe to listen to the latest episode when it's out each Monday.)

New York Times: The Book Review
One of the first regular Podcasts I subscribed to. Great interviews and chat about books. Like books? Well, you can't go wrong.

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Giles Paley-Phillips and Jim Daly host a podcast delving into those moments when people go blank, whether it's writers, actors, comedians or broadcasters. Some great people interviewed. Recommended.
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