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  1. The Socially Distant Sports Bar
    Islington Assembly Hall

    Join Elis James, Mike Bubbins and Steff Garrero in The Socially Distant Sports Bar as they take you inside the world of sport and way beyond. They chat about sports, but get side-tracked A LOT.

    Sports Podcast Award and Pod Bible Award winners.

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Islington Assembly Hall
  1. The Invincible Podcast
    Islington Assembly Hall

    Hosted by Robbie Lyle and Lee Judges, The Invincible Podcast is one of AFTV's flagship shows where our hosts bring you all the latest news and opinions about Arsenal FC.

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The Business Design Centre
  1. Adventures From The Bedrooms Of African Women
    The Business Design Centre

    Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah and Malaka Grant continue their 'Adventures in the Bedrooms of African Women' LIVE in London. Join them on stage with Oloni, the sexpert author; actress, director, author, and pole dancing studio instructor, Kelechi Okafor; and Insecure’s own comedian and author, Yvonne Orji as they explore African women’s experiences of sex, sexuality, pleasure, and so much more. Season 2 of the podcast, which began as a popular blog for African women to speak openly about their sex lives, launches in June.

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  2. Should I Delete That?
    The Business Design Centre

    In Should I Delete That?, Alex Light and Em Clarkson want to explore the nuance that is often left out of the polarising conversations that take place on social media. Join them as they dive deep into the grey area, tackle shame and have a laugh along the way…

Union Chapel
  1. Kermode & Mayo's Take
    Union Chapel

    Kermode and Mayo's Take is the chart-topping, award-winning podcast from Sony Music Entertainment and Somethin' Else where TV and Film's iconic duo Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo discuss everything you’ll want to know in the entertainment world.

    The show has a whole bunch of recommendations for what to watch in cinemas, on streaming services and on physical media from the greatest hits to the newest releases.

    As well as the film and TV reviews, Mark and Simon talk about anything and everything. Punctuation, Thunderbirds, obscure German pop music, fax machines, subtitles, MRI scans, magic, school assemblies, Scandinavia, and don’t forget the dad jokes.

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Soho Theatre
  1. Brown Girls Do It Too
    Soho Theatre

    Fierce, funny, and wonderfully frank, Poppy and Rubina have sex and they aren’t ashamed to talk about it.

    Their critically acclaimed podcast Brown Girls Do It Too (‘Best Podcast of the Year’ British Podcast Awards 2020, Asian Media 2021), explores messy realities, fantasies, sexpectations and navigating life and relationships as British Asian women.

    Two seasons in, they have amassed fans who love their honesty and openness (love a period sex sesh…anyone else?) and faced enormous backlash online for breaking the silence on sex in Asian communities.

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The Business Design Centre
  1. 13 Minutes to the Moon
    The Business Design Centre

    The BBC’s hit podcast, 13 Minutes to the Moon, is back! It enthralled listeners around the world with the stories of the first Moon landing and Apollo 13. Now, the multi-award-winning show returns with season 3 and the Space Shuttle story, told by Space Shuttle astronaut and engineer, Kay Hire. Kay has been there, done that and worn the space suit; now, she’s telling the full story. In this special live episode recording, Kay will talk with Nihal Arthanayake about flying aboard the Space Shuttle, how the Shuttle programme redefined spaceflight and broadened opportunities, opening the door for a more diverse generation of astronauts to fly in space. Kay will talk about the new season of 13 Minutes to the Moon, the Space Shuttle story, including both the triumphs and tragedies, as well as giving insights on returning to the Moon and the ambition of reaching Mars. This will be a bonus episode of 13 Minutes to the Moon. Season 3 will once again be made by BBC Audio Science for the BBC World Service, with theme music by Hans Zimmer and Christian Lundberg.

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  2. Things Fell Apart
    The Business Design Centre

    Things Fell Apart, with Jon Ronson LIVE!  Jon shares unexpected and spellbinding human tales of the Culture Wars featuring new stories and ones from his hit BBC Radio 4 podcast with special guest and Q&A.

    These past few years Jon has watched friends get caught up in the online culture wars to such a degree they've lost everything – their careers, their wellbeing. Jon wanted to understand how things fell apart, and so he went back in time to find the origin stories, the pebbles thrown in the pond creating the ripples. He had no idea how unexpected, how spellbinding, those tales would be.

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  3. Tape Notes Live with Adam Buxton!
    The Business Design Centre

    With only 100 tickets available, this exclusive event smashes the podcasting worlds of Tape Notes and Adam Buxton together, taking a deep dive into Dr Buckles' upcoming album. Hosted by the legendary John Kennedy and with the audience listening on Tape Notes & Sennheiser's wireless headphone system, you'll find out how Adam brought this record to life, hearing stems and demos to chart his creative journey from initial concept to finished product.

     

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  1. Drunk Women Solving Crime

    The hit comedy podcast DRUNK WOMEN SOLVING CRIME returns to the stage with this new monthly residency in the heart of London’s Soho.

    Drunk Women Solving Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist…of lime. Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills.

    Each episode sees the boozed-up panel tackle personal crime stories, solve true crime cases, and seek justice for your listener crimes. When women sit around and drink, we try to solve the world’s problems. So we’re taking back the night and putting our inebriation to good use. You’re welcome.

    The event consists of two show recordings.

    Guests to be announced; previous guests include Katherine Ryan, Ricki Lake, Joe Lycett, Deborah Frances-White, London Hughes, Sara Pascoe, James Acaster, Shazia Mirza, Romesh Ranganathan, and many others!

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Islington Assembly Hall
  1. The Girls Bathroom
    Islington Assembly Hall

    Join the internet’s favourite best friends Sophia & Cinzia, hosts of The Girls Bathroom, for an evening of gossip, girl-chat and listener dilemmas.

    Follow them on Instagram: @thegirlsbathroom

Screen On The Green
  1. Rockonteurs
    Screen On The Green

    For the first time ever, Gary Kemp and Guy Pratt will be recording their acclaimed Rockonteurs podcasts LIVE to celebrate a defining moment in British music history when the Sex Pistols, Buzzcocks and The Clash performed at Screen On The Green Cinema on Sunday 29 August 1976, a crucial moment in the start of the Punk movement.

    Presented by Everyman Cinemas, Gary and Guy will be in conversations with The Sex Pistols Glen Matlock and Buzzcocks Steve Diggle - both of whom of course performed at this historical event, with Rockonteurs co-host Gary Kemp a young impressed witness in the audience.

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Islington Assembly Hall
  1. Tea With Me - Shane Todd
    Islington Assembly Hall

    Launched in Feb 2020, Shane Todd’s ‘Tea With Me’ has become Northern Ireland's #1 podcast.

    In each episode Shane is joined by a guest for a cup of tea and chat, previous guests include Jamie Dornan, Bert Kreischer and Derry Girls Jamie-Lee O’Donnell and Saoirse-Monica Jackson.

    Having recorded a sold out podcast at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast last year, this September the podcast will play to over 6000 people in the SSE Arena, making it the biggest ever live podcast event in Northern Ireland.

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Leicester Square Theatre
  1. Sounds Like A Cult
    Leicester Square Theatre

    Join hosts Isa Medina and Amanda Montell of hit podcast, Sounds Like A Cult, for their firstlive and in-person London show! With the help of games, audience participation, and (ofcourse) juicy analysis, Isa and Amanda will dive deep into a much-requested, never-before-discussed, top-secret “cult” to answer the big question... this group *sounds* like a cult, butis it really?

    Be a part of the verdict decision, listen to them spill cult tea too hot to put in thepodcast, join in on the podcast's classic games like Culty Quotes or Would You Rather: CultEdition. All live and unedited. Like a classic Sounds Like A Cult episode, but live, and IRL,with tons of culty extras. You won't want to miss this one.

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Islington Assembly Hall
  1. The Useless Hotline
    Islington Assembly Hall

    Having decided the influencer life wasn’t for them, and subsequently leaving the industry to work in a ‘boring’ office job, TikTok stars Max Balegde and George Clarke set up a hotline to help their audience - all from their new bland ‘office’.

    Each week, the boys will answer their listeners' dilemmas, ranging from the banal to the bonkers, and help them by providing their own useless advice.

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