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    5 great book podcasts for non-bookish people this World Book Night

    By April 23, 2021

    Hajar J Woodland, co-host of The Dabbler’s Book Club, has long known that reading is a lifeline. But it isn’t always easy to keep up the habit, especially in trying times. Ahead of World Book Night, she writes about how her joy of novels isn’t just in the reading; it’s in podcasting about books too. Plus, find out her recommendations...

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    5 Solo podcasts you need to socialise your ears with

    By April 6, 2021

    Many people feel they have what it takes to hold someone’s attention for a whole podcast episode… but anyone that has tried will know how truly huge a task that is. Here are 5 solo podcasts that make it look easy. (Note: some of these podcasts occasionally have guests but the bulk of the time they’re very much one person...

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    REVIEW // The Nod’s “The Cowboy of the West Village”

    By June 16, 2020

    Podcasts, as an artform or type of media, work best when they offer the listener something intimate. It could be a laugh, it could be solidarity, and it could be enlightenment. A few weeks ago when listening to the back catalogue of episodes available from a great podcast called The Nod (that has since moved to a new format over...

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