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Lauren talks to the most interesting people around and gets them on your cultural radar. Plus, she delves into the worlds of maths and science with the stuff you need to know.

The Lauren Laverne Podcast BBC

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Lauren talks to the most interesting people around and gets them on your cultural radar. Plus, she delves into the worlds of maths and science with the stuff you need to know.

    Tom Allen & Mae Martin

    Tom Allen & Mae Martin

    Comedian Tom Allen drops by to talk about his involvement in this year’s Sport Relief. Mae Martin joins us to talk about her new Channel 4 show, Feel Good. A six-part semi-autobiographical comedy series in which she stars alongside Lisa Kudrow.

    In This Week’s Watchlist, Rhianna Dhillon gives us her viewing picks from new film 'The Photograph' to the series 'Noughts & Crosses'.

    In The Maths of Life Dr Hannah Fry gets into unlucky people in history and the unsinkable woman.

    Finally, there’s more brilliant House Music – the everyday objects that just cannot stop playing pop hits.

    • 48 min
    Simon Pegg and Sleater-Kinney

    Simon Pegg and Sleater-Kinney

    Simon Pegg joins to talk about his new film Lost Transmissions and Sleater-Kinney drops by to talk about the legacy of Riot Grrrl, playing live for 25 years, and working with St Vincent on their latest album, The Center Won’t Hold.

    In This Week’s Watchlist, Rhianna Dhillon gives us her viewing picks from Steve Coogan and Michael Winterbottom's latest film, Greed to the new series of Last Tango in Halifax.

    In The Maths of Life Dr Hannah Fry pays tribute to the pioneering mathematician, Katherine Johnson and gets into the maths of football.

    Finally, there’s more brilliant House Music – the everyday objects that just cannot stop playing pop hits.

    • 54 min
    Elisabeth Moss and Steve Coogan

    Elisabeth Moss and Steve Coogan

    Mark Radcliffe in for Lauren Laverne this week.

    Steve Coogan drops by to chat about his brand new film Greed, directed by frequent collaborator Michael Winterbottom, and Elisabeth Moss joins us to talk about her new film, The Invisible Man.

    In the Maths of Life with Dr Hannah Fry, we get into the end of the universe.

    In This Week's Watchlist with Rhianna Dhillon she give us her viewing picks from latest adaptation of the Jane Austen classic, Emma, To the new series of The Split on BBC One.

    • 49 min
    Tim Burgess

    Tim Burgess

    Tim Burgess drops by to chat about his new album I Love The New Sky, his joy at signing to Bella Union and reflects on nearly 30 years of the Charlatans.

    In the Maths of Life, Dr Hannah Fry gets into mental arithmetic’s, and in This Week’s Watchlist, Rhianna Dhillon gives us her viewing picks from The Stranger on Netflix to BBC One's The Pale Horse.

    There’s more brilliant House Music – the everyday objects that just cannot stop playing pop hits

    Finally in honour of St. Valentine’s Day, we’ll be hearing again from Dr Hannah Fry as she gets into the Maths of Love, and Rhianna Dhillon gives us her essential Valentine’s Day selections.

    • 45 min
    Marian Keyes and Johnny Flynn

    Marian Keyes and Johnny Flynn

    On the podcast this week, actor and musician Johnny Flynn drops by to talk about his role in the latest adaptation of the Jane Austen classic, Emma.

    Ireland's bestselling living author, Marian Keyes joins to chat about her latest novel, Grown Ups.

    In the Maths of Life, Dr Hannah Fry is joined by Dr Adam Rutherford and they get into all things gold.

    Rhianna Dhillon gives her viewing picks of the week, including BBC One's new comedy, The Goes Wrong Show and the must-see, Queen and Slim at the cinema.

    Finally, there’s more brilliant House Music – the everyday objects that just cannot stop playing pop hits.

    • 59 min
    Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton

    Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton

    On the podcast this week, Reece Shearsmith & Steve Pemberton join me to talk about the return of BBC Two’s black comedy, Inside No.9

    In the Maths of Life, Dr Hannah Fry gets very mind bendy and tells us what a four dimensional ball looks like, and the world of TV and Film, Rhianna Dhillon gives us her viewing picks, which includes The Personal History of David Copperfield and Avenue Five, staring Hugh Laurie.

    Finally, there’s more brilliant House Music – the everyday objects that just cannot stop playing pop hits.

    • 33 min

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Dionin ,

One of my faves

Interesting chat and interview technique used by Lauren. Superbly funny lady and very easy on the eye ahhhhhh :)

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