The best new podcasts for June 2021


June 14, 2021, 9:12 PM

New podcasts for June 2021.

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Looking for something new to listen to? Radio X has a great selection of new free podcasts to subscribe and listen to.

  1. When it bleeds there is a risk

    When it bleeds there is a risk

    When it bleeds there is a risk.

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    Listen and subscribe: Global player | Apple podcasts | Spotify

    Could you be a criminal? What separates your thinking from the criminal mind? Join world-renowned criminology professor Professor David Wilson and Silent Witness star Emilia Fox as they uncover what really goes behind some of the most notorious crimes.

  2. Paul Chowdhry’s PudCast

    Paul Chowdhry's PudCast

    Paul Chowdhry’s PudCast.

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    When Paul chowdhry discovered comedy, he did not know that it would change his life and that of those around him. Why did Paul stop drinking alcohol twenty years ago? Why have his guests gone to their professions and is that where they want to be? It’s a podcast full of questions, stories and laughs. Paul Gets Light, Paul Gets Dark with anyone and everyone, from comedians to musicians, broadcasters and more. Recent clients include Shappi Khorsandi, Iain Lee, Goldie, Russell Howard and James Acaster.

  3. Russell Kane’s Luggage

    Russell Kane's Man Baggage Podcast

    Russell Kane’s Man Baggage podcast.

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    Join Russell and his panel of celebrities as they unpack the emotional baggage that men spend their lives avoiding. With no topics on the table, Russell and his guests explore all of the uncomfortable and anxiety-provoking conversations that usually make men run for the door doing what guys do best – making silly jokes about them. Are men biologically more reckless? Are women naturally more assertive than men? Should all men wear a watch?

  4. Cheat!

    Cheat!  Podcast

    Cheat! Podcast.

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    On June 16, 1983, two boxers entered the ring at Madison Square Garden. What happened next was so brutal that the fight would be forever remembered as the most shameful night in boxing history. Before the fight, Billy Collins Jr trained hard and looked after his pregnant wife. He had no idea that somewhere across the country two people were meeting to plan a violent teardown. In this episode we get to see exactly how far people are willing to go to win.

    Why do people cheat? Is it ever justifiable? And above all, aren’t cheaters – those people we think of as the dregs of our society – so different from us?

  5. British scandal

    British scandal

    British scandal.

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    In a country obsessed with gossip, the great and the good fear one thing more than anything: scandal. British scandals change the course of history. They overthrow governments, overthrow the rich and bring down the powerful. Some talk about sex, others about money. Ultimately, they’re all about power.

    From the creators of Business Wars, American Scandal and Even The Rich, comes British scandal. We tell the stories of the darker side of Britain’s elite, from Phone Hacking to Savile to Profumo showing us the reality of power, the price of pride, and the flaws of the great and the good. Because sometimes the truth doesn’t set everyone free …

  6. Bandit

    Gangster Podcast

    Gangster podcast.

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    Listen and subscribe: Global player | Apple podcasts

    The rise and fall of underworld boss Paul Massey. A story of murder, drugs and gang wars.




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