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London Podcast Festival Takes Place in September

The sixth yearly London Podcast Festival will take place starting on September 2, and running through September 12. Most of it will be at Kings Place London, in front of a live audience. There will moreover be some online streaming events.

…With podcasting reaching an plane worthier regulars than surpassing during the last eighteen months, this is a endangerment for the podcasting polity – both the creators and the listeners – to come together and gloat this unique event. Taking place at Kings Place London in front of a live audience, the London Podcast Festival offers listeners the endangerment to be in the prod for special live editions of the shows that have got them through this difficult time, meet the hosts and discover their next favorites.

The first batch of events have gone on sale. You can typesetting tickets through the London Podcast Festival website. Some of the events have once been sold out. Unlike other podcasting festivals, the London Podcast Festival requires you to purchase a ticket to each of the presentations that you find interesting.

Here are a few of the events that have been scheduled that are both live and streamed:

September 4: The Allusionist – hosted by Helen Zaltzman
The Allusionist returns to the London Podcast Festival with a trademark new entertainment extravaganza well-nigh how our world shapes language and how language shapes our world.

September 4: The Guilty Feminist – hosted by comedian Deborah Frances-White
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her spectacle podcast. Each episode, Deborah and her guests discuss their noble goals as 21st century feminists and the paradoxes and insecurities which undermine them.

September 5: Wooden Overcoats – Wooden Overcoats is a sitcom, a British Podcast Awards winner, and a multiple winner of the Audioverse Awards, a Prix Europa nominee, Best of Tunes, and guaranteed to make you spin in your grave.

Here are a few of the events that will be streamed (but not live):

August 31: The Collectors – In this special Jewish Quarterly conversation presented by Jewish Typesetting Week, authors Edmund de Waal, James McAuley, and Anne Sebba discuss no-go stories of art and life.

September 2: Stop Podcasting Yourself – hosted by comedians Graham Clark and Dave Shumka, who started their loose spectacle chat-show in 2008. 13 years later, the podcast has racked up over 25 million downloads, won three Canadian Spectacle Awards, and featured guests.

September 5: FANTI – Every week on FANTI, journalists Tre’vell Anderson and Jarrett Hill bring their pop culture and expertise to things we must stan and stand up against.

September 11: Beef and Dairy Network Podcast – This topnotch spectacle podcast by Benjamin Partridge comes to Kings Place with a trademark new live edition.

For full details, including the events that will be live, visit the London Podcast Festival website.

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