Looking for a new favourite podcast? Rhianna Dhillon takes you through the best British podcasts of the past year, as selected by over sixty independent judges of the British Podcast Awards.
The Best Daily Shows of 2020
Just two days to go until the British Podcast Awards 2020 - and Rhianna Dhillon is here to reveal the final shortlist of nominees: this time, for Best Daily Podcast.
Find out the winners: the live stream begins at 7.30pm on Saturday 11th July at britishpodcastawards.com
Best Daily Podcast supported by Podfollow Beyond Today Beyond Today team for BBC Sounds
Love Island: The Morning After Kem & Arielle for ITV
The Globalist Monocle 24
The Rob Auton Daily Podcast Plosive Productions
The Santa Daily Fun Kids
Today in Focus The Guardian
The Funniest Shows of 2020
It's awards week! This Saturday we'll be streaming the awards live at britishpodcastawards.com, with hosts Clara Amfo and Rhianna Dhillon.
To help get you in the mood, here's the nominees for Best Comedy Podcast, supported by Acast, chosen by over sixty independent judges. Rhianna takes us through their funniest moments.
Best Comedy Podcast supported by Acast Brian & Roger Great Big Owl
Dear Joan and Jericha Julia Davis & Vicki Pepperdine
Josh Berry's Fake News Union JACK Radio
Kurupt FM Audible UK
Mind Canyon Charlie Kemp & Steve Dawson
Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster Plosive Productions
The Best Fiction Podcasts 2020
From disappearing planes to a divorced men's support group, there's drama and humour galore in this showcase of the best fiction podcasts of 2020, as chosen by the judges of the British Podcast Awards. In this last of the series, Rhianna Dhillon takes us through the highlights to find your new favourite show.
Catch up on all the great nominees from this year's awards at britishpodcastawards.com/nominations-2020
Best Fiction Brian & Roger Great Big Owl
Coexistence Coex Studios
Fall of the Shah Steve Waters for BBC World Service
Hag Thomas Curry, Harriet Poland, Tom Killian for Audible UK
Mockery Manor Laurence Owen & Lindsay Sharman
Passenger List Goldhawk Productions/Radiotopia
The Shortlist is produced by Cheeka Eyers, with support from Emma Ratyal-Brooks at Podcast Awards Ltd.
Best Family Podcasts of 2020
From parenting pods to stories for kids, there are now dozens of great podcasts out there for families looking to listen together.
Rhianna Dhillon has the best ones of the year to showcase today, as chosen by the judges of the British Podcast Awards 2020.
Best Family Podcast Ask The Nincompoops Great Big Owl
Breaking Mum & Dad Anna Williamson
David Walliams' Marvellous Musical Podcast Global
Diddy Pod Ciaran Murtagh, Andrew Barnett Jones, Steve Ryde for CBBC / BBC Radio
The Intended Parent Fran and Kreena
The Trap Door Sophie Black
The Best Business Podcasts, Unveiled
Insightful, accurate and engaging podcasts about starting or growing a business. There are hundreds out there, so how do you know where to start?
Fear not, as Rhianna Dhillon is here to take you through the best Business podcasts of the past twelve months, as chosen by the judges of the British Podcast Awards 2020.
Best Business Podcast Doing It For The Kids Doing It For The Kids
Jazz Shapers sponsored by Mishcon De Reya Jazz FM for Bauer Media
Money Talks Economist Radio for The Economist
Squiggly Careers Helen Tupper & Sarah Ellis
Tales Of Silicon Valley The Times/Wireless Studios
The Northern Power Women Podcast Northern Power Women for What Goes On Media
The Best Interviews of 2020
It's one of the most compelling genres in podcasting, and sounds so simple. But when they're done as well as these interview, you get to understand how much work has gone into putting it in your ears. Rhianna Dhillon takes you through the most fascinating interviews of the year, as chosen by the judges of the British Podcast Awards 2020.
Best Interview Trust Issues: The Infected Blood Scandal Rachel Botsman
Declassified Michael Coates
Homo Sapiens Homo Sapiens
How To Kill An Hour Marcus Bronzy for Podcast Studio London
Out to Lunch with Jay Rayner Somethin' Else
Today in Focus The Guardian
Fantastic concept and very well done
For a podcast that is supposed to highlight the best in podcasts in UK the production on this is dreadful.
A lot of same podcasts as last year as well, So much potential delivers little