Luke's English Podcast is an award-winning podcast for learners of English.
Listen, learn and have fun while picking up natural British English as it really is spoken.
740. Are native English speakers bad communicators? (The Travel Adapter with Matt Halsdorff)
Talking to English teacher Matt Halsdorff about a project to train native English speakers how to communicate better with non-natives. We talk about the reasons why native speakers are often bad at communicating with non-natives, what they should do to fix this and the wider issues relating to this topic. Video version available.
739. The Escaped Man by CT Platt (Learn English with Short Stories)
Reading a short story presented on Commaful.com. The Escaped Man is a mystery full of tension and intrigue. Listen closely as I break it all down and explain the vocabulary fully. YouTube video version also available.
738. Do you remember...? with Mum, Dad & James / Family Stories with The Thompsons
Chatting to my family about some old anecdotes and stories from the past. Listen for some enjoyable chat, memories, descriptions and tales from days gone by.
737. A Summer Ramble 2 (Late August 2021)
I'm back in the podcast-zone after my holiday so I thought I would do another rambling episode before getting down to work on other content to be released soon. Video version also available.
736. The War of the Worlds [Part 3] Learn English with Stories
The final part of this series in which I am reading from the classic story The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells, while explaining and clarifying the English which comes up. Full transcript available and YouTube video version too.
735. The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells [Part 2] Learn English with Stories
Continuing to read extracts from this fantastic science fiction story from the 19th century. Follow the plot and pick up some English in the process. Full transcript available, and a YouTube version too.
Very interesting and useful English learning podcast!! Enjoy every minute, Luke! Thanks for the efforts.
My favorite podcast
Very useful, fun and informative
Good for beginners. Not recommended for more advanced learners, unless they want to improve their accent