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The best - and worst - podcasts

Ads aside, Radiolab’s podcast about American ice-cream wars had Kate Chisholm hooked - as did Radio 4’s Truth Be Told podcast about what it’s like to have a Caesarean

2 January 2016

9:00 AM

2 January 2016

9:00 AM

My resolution this New Year is to get to grips with podcasts, to brace up and embrace this new aural wonderland stuffed full of sound stories, experiments, features, adventures. They’ve been around for a decade, and there’s now hundreds of thousands of them, lurking in the web, hoping for someone to stream or download them.

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