Manchester Sports In The Spotlight : Ricky Hatton

Hyde born boxer Ricky Hatton talks to Ian Cheeseman about his life and career inside and outside the ring. Including his battle with depression since retiring from boxing.

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Zane Lowe Podcast: Plan B, Alex Turner, Blood Red Shoes

Zane Lowe podcast drops this week and features Plan B taking it back to the street with his brand new track, Alex Turner talks about the Arctic Monkeys continuing US tour, their new track “R U Mine” and dates with Metallica plus Blood Red Shoes chat about their incredible Maida Vale session.

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Newstalk Sport Podcast: Golf Weekly Episode 1

First drop of the Golf Weekly podcast with Ger Gilroy.  Tiger talk with 2 time US Open champion Andy North, putting tips from Dave Stockton, this weekend’s betting tips, a course review of Bray Golf Club & more.

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Music:Response Podcast – Mary Anne Hobbs: Santigold, Jamie N Commons

Mary Anne Hobbs drops a new Music:Response Podcast with great live music and conversation with Jamie N Commons and Santigold stops by for a chat about the new single, Disparate Youth. First Aid Kit are live in session and you can also hear from this weeks Game Changer – Jonathan Boulet from Australia.

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CriterionCast Episode 119 – Gus Van Sant’s Mala Noche

The CriterionCast is dedicated to important classic and contemporary films. In Episode 119 , Ryan Gallagher, James McCormick and Travis George discuss the weeks new rumours and releases and discuss Gus Van Sant’s 1985 film Mala Noche.

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The National Gallery Podcast: March 2012 – Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude

Doors open on the spring exhibition at The National Gallery, entitled,  Turner Inspired: In the Light of Claude. Plus the private world of Renaissance birth

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TED Podcast: Paul Gilding: The Earth is full (2012)

TED podcast asks if we used up all our resources? Have we filled up all the livable space on Earth? Paul Gilding an independent writer & advisor on sustainability suggests we have, and the possibility of devastating consequences, in a talk that’s equal parts terrifying and, oddly, hopeful.

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Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune Radio – Episode 002

Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune Radio podcast is back with the March instalment.   Sebastian welcomes you into his world with exclusive new tracks, updates on where he will be performing next and what he’s working on in the studio.

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Macworld podcast: Sandboxing and Mac apps

Macworld podcast sees senior associate editor Dan Moren being joined by two developers, Many Tricks’s Rob Griffiths and Red Sweater Software’s Daniel Jalkut, for a frank discussion about Apple’s plans for sandboxing Mac apps.

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XLR8R Podcast #236: Champion

A new XLR8R podcast, while pundits may say that UK funky is “over,” clearly they haven’t been listening to artists like Champion (a.k.a. Reiss Hanson).

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Nerdist Podcast 173: Willem Dafoe

Nerdists Chris Hardwick sits down to chat with Willem Dafoe about emotional flexibility, Appleton, Wisconsin, and giant billboards. He also gives a glimpse of what’s going on inside the head of the Green Goblin and talks about a brush with a stand-up comedy career.

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KERA Think Podcast: Life, death, and hope in a Mumbai undercity

What’s it like in the slum settlements of Mumbai? Katherine Boo, staff writer for The New Yorker, spent three years reporting on the Annawadi settlement near the city’s airport.

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The Tuesday Club – Where’s a bloody yeti when you need one

Alan Davies is joined by Keith Dover, Ian Stone and Tayo Popoola in front of a slightly tipsy live audience to belatedly celebrate a year of the podcast and to talk about the small matter of the 5-2 thrashing by Arsenal of some other team from London at the weekend.

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Bleep Podcast #046

Steve Nolan is back with his first Bleep podcast of 2012…

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BBC FrontRow Podcast: comedian Sarah Millican; Wanderlust reviewed

Mark Lawson with the verdict on a new staging of John Adams’ opera The Death of Klinghoffer; comedian Sarah Millican discusses her new TV show; Jennifer Aniston in Wanderlust; and as Radio 4 invites nominations for New Elizabethans – people who have made an impact on the UK from 1952 to today- playwright Mark Ravenhill nominates his cultural choice.

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