Some people want to make their own podcast but need a little advice. Some people want us to produce everything. Whatever your needs, our team of producers are here to help whether it’s just a little guidance to get you on your way, or support with format development, podcast production, and audience building. We have packages for all stages. Here are some of the podcasts we’ve worked on:
How We Got Here
The UK Parliament podcast about how people turn big ideas into laws that shape a society. This podcast draws on incredible human stories and groundbreaking ideas, following their route into Parliament, where they became the laws that shape our lives today.
A Brief History of Stuff
Join Nihal Arthanayake, experts and enthusiasts as they reveal remarkable stories about the stuff around you. Each episode explores the past, present and future of an everyday item in your home – from bath toys to your microwave oven – revealing how they helped science or changed our world.
Hear powerful stories from teachers around the world, talking in their own words about their own experiences. Listen in on inspiring conversations with international experts on learning and child development.
A podcast bringing you the surprising stories behind the everyday objects our five celebrity guests simply can’t live without.
The History of Drag
The History of Drag is a collection of radio shows and shorts that tell the history of drag using long form storytelling, short form storytelling and music.
Go With Me On This
Join hosts Ndidi Okezie and Laura McInerney for this fun, new debate style podcast. Each episode, Ndidi or Laura will have 30 minutes to convince the other that an idea about education is not as crazy as it may first appear.
Standing on the Shoulders
Aleks Krotoski talks to innovators and visionaries about the giants who have shaped their lives.
A podcast for the less-heard voices that asks the difficult questions around our relationship with technology.
The Thin Layer
Soil is at the center of many of the most important stories of our time. It’s where we grow our food. It’s where we find our medicines. The microbes in soil outnumber the stars in the galaxy, and without them life above ground would be impossible.
This Will Change Your Mind
Ideas can change the world, but where do world-changing ideas actually come from?
Distribution and audience development
Conversations with chefs, writers, and more about how their personal and political beliefs determine whether or not they eat meat.
A series about the past and future of play and innovation, hosted by Steven Johnson, bestselling author and co-creator of the PBS series How We Got To Now.