Laura Grimshaw and Chris Pearson present podcasts all about pets. Whether you're #TeamCat or #TeamDog - or even #TeamFerret- we have some lovely listening on the love of our pets.
We speak to broadcasting legend Nicky Campbell about his gorgeous podcast One of the Family. And EastEnders actor Emma Barton joins us to talk about The Petcast from The Blue Cross.
We also feature tasty morsels of:
BBC Radio London's Dogs and the City
BBC Radio 4's My Cat, The Judge
Classic FM's Paws and Claws with Bill Turnbull
Animal People with Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick
The Aquarium Guys
Reptile n Chill
Coffee with the Chicken Ladies
The Pet Pod with Dr Zara Boland
BBC Radio Ulster's Alright, Pet?
We're Going Down The Pub
Chris Pearson and Laura Grimshaw listen in to podcasts about pub culture. From cocktails to quizzing, beer to board games, conversation to crisps, we're pubbing in podcast form.
John Robins and Robin Allender discuss their dream pub podcast, The Moon Under Water.
Plus presenter Jaega Wise, and producer Lucy Taylor, take us behind the scenes on Radio 4's The Food Programme.
We'll also hear extracts from:
The London History Podcast
Brewing After Hours
A Woman's Brew
The Mixology Talk
Desert Island Crisps
The Walkers Switch
What's New for November?
Laura Grimshaw and Scott Bryan present the best new podcasts for November.
We are joined by the star of Derry Girls and Bridgerton, Nicola Coughlan and her writing partner Camilla Whitehill to discuss their new comedy podcast Whistle Through The Shamrocks.
And we feature snippets of:
Car Crash by Eddie Robson
This Is Gay from Kirk Flash
Am I Normal with Mona Chalabi
The Flipside with Paris Lees
Bed of Lies from The Telegraph
We Were Always Here with Marc Thompson
The Log Books with Tash Walker, Adam Zmith and Shivani Dave
A Grown Up Guide To Planet Earth with Professor Christopher Jackson
Jon Ronson: Things Fell Apart
Laura Grimshaw and Greg Cochrane look at podcasts about sustainability - packed with good advice on how to save the planet.
We are joined by the BBC's Chief Environment Editor Justin Rowlatt to talk about BBC Radio 4's A Pyrotechnic History of Humanity and the wider challenge of reporting on the Climate Crisis.
We also speak to Tom Heap and Anne-Marie Bullock about BBC Radio 4's 39 Ways To Save The Planet and to Jack Marley about The Climate Fight: The World's Biggest Negotiation, a new podcast from The Conversation.
We also hear hopeful ideas and practical advice from:
The Climate Question from BBC World Service
To A Lesser Degree from The Economist
Climate Fringe Stories from Stop Climate Chaos Scotland
Use It Up from Delicious Australia
Wardrobe Crisis from Vogue Australia
Green on the Go from Holiday Extras
Inherited from Critical Frequency
The Halloween Spook-tacular
Chris Pearson and Shivani Dave recommend listening in time for Halloween.
Danny Robins and producer Simon Barnard discuss their new BBC Sounds series Uncanny. We'll hear about how they found real people who could discuss their own paranormal experiences. Plus, how do the two look back on their award winning Battersea Poltergeist series?
Plus we'll have some terrifying drama recommendations, and some sillier Halloween listening.
With clips from:
Children of the Stones
The Battersea Poltergeist
Within the Wires
13 Days of Halloween
Dos: After You
Less is Morgue
Phil Wang Hates Horror