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LIVE PODCASTS

No Such Thing As a Fish

The writers of the BBC TV show QI take to the stage with their hugely popular podcast No Such Thing As A Fish. QI’s resident Elves Dan Schreiber, James Harkin, Andrew Hunter Murray and Anna Ptaszynski serve up the most bizarre, extraordinary and hilarious

Sunday Papers Live

Sunday Papers Live brings the broadsheets to life – section by section, performance by performance. This Special Edition includes contributions from the RSA, Afua Hirsch, The Frontline Club, war correspondent Anthony Lloyd,  The Idler Academy, adventurers

Talking Politics with David Runciman

Talking Politics presents: The Politics of Food with David Runciman & Guests Brought to you in partnership with the London Review of Books, Talking Politics is the podcast that tries to make sense of it all. David Runciman is head of the department of

Ctrl Alt Delete

Emma Gannon brings her podcast to a live setting at Wilderness for the first time, for a conversation with Clemmie Hooper, the midwife & author, who runs the hugely popular Instagram account @mother_of_daughters in her 'spare' time (she works at one o

Scummy Mummies

Join The Scummy Mummies and award-winning author and mental health campaigner Bryony Gordon for an afternoon of laughs for less-than-perfect parents. Bring your wine and panty liners and enjoy a funny and frank discussion about the highs and lows of moder

News Roast with Carole Cadwalladr

A comedy podcast in which award-winning satirists Heydon Prowse & Jolyon Rubinstein invite a new guest on each week to roast some hot topics in three courses of conversation. Returning to Wilderness, they bring with them top investigative journalist C

Queer’Say

Queer spoken word chat show and podcast returns with an edition themed around ‘The Breakup Monologues’, hosted by Rosie Wilby and featuring Sophia Blackwell and Paula Varjack. Tragedy plus time equals comedy, right? Rosie’s nonfiction book Is Monogamy Dea

The Odditorium Podcast Live

Drawing on contemporary folklore, unsolved mysteries and unsettling oddities from the dark corners of the internet, co-author David Bramwell explores several fascinating stories: Why do human feet keep washing up on a beach in British Columbia? Is Prince

Why Aren’t You a Doctor Yet?

Hana, Suhail, Oz and Alex are four millenials with two (almost completed) PhDs, two proper (sort of) jobs and hours of stand-up comedy time between them. Join them as they dissect, discuss and deride the most interesting science and tech stories out there