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Podcasts from Glasgow

  • Dear Green Place - 40 Years of the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice - This life affirming docu-series follows a year in the life of Glasgow’s ground breaking Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice. With unique behind the scenes access to staff, patients and the team who designed and built this incredible end of life facility, producer Pauline Moore tells the inspirational story of this extraordinary place.
  • Quite The Thing Media - At Quite The Thing Media, we aim to create podcasts that speak to you. We are based in Glasgow and produce original content as well as having friends from all over the world making their own podcasts. We put you, the listener, first and each of the shows networked with Quite The Thing Media are community-based and focus on their audience. All the podcasts you find here are keen to hear from you and are easily contactable, both on-site and through the usual social networks too.
  • You Call That Radio? (alt link) - Creative minds meet in Glasgow to discuss the meaning of the life, the art of everything and crisps
  • UOFG Law Podcast RSS missing
  • Rebel City Podcast RSS missing - Looking at the issues the world faces through Glaswegian eyes.
  • TurboDunters RSS missing - A podcast about absolutely nothing. Two eejits from Glasgow, with a guest from time to time. Plenty of swearing and other unsavoury things.
  • Homes and Interiors Scotland Podcast - The new Homes & Interiors Scotland podcast is essential listening. It could be you’re setting up your first home, or a well-established renovator, or you work in the industry – we’ll curate insightful guests who can offer a window into the world of homes and interiors in Scotland, and across the globe.
  • Speculative Books: The Bookshop RSS missing - Monthly podcast with Leo, Natalie, Dale and Sam.
  • Strathclyde Telegraph Podcast RSS missing - The Strathclyde Telegraph Podcast features interviews with guests from around campus and beyond keeping you on the beat about what’s going on at Strathy.
  • The Fraser of Allander Institute Podcast RSS missing - The Fraser of Allander Institute Podcast provides you with the latest news on the Scottish and UK economy.
  • Lost for Words - A podcast where guests are invited to share their opinions, glories and interesting stories.
  • Player 456 - A Squid Game Podcast - Player 456 is an unofficial podcast about Netflix’s South Korean mega-hit TV series: Squid Game, made by two Scottish fans of the show. Hosts Jack and Colin take a deep dive into the nine episode series created by Hwang Dong-hyuk.


  • Small99: Small Business to Net Zero - Practical tips and advice on how to reduce your small businesses carbon footprint. With 99% of the UK's economy made up of small businesses, you can make a big impact with small changes.
  • Adam and Simon Bullshit Busters (RSS) - Adam and Simon are your expert guides through the world of marketing and small business. Our aim is to give you practical, bullshit-free, calm advice so you don’t feel anxious about what you’re not doing and get excited about what you could be doing.


  • Darren Connell: Straight White Whale - Step into the mind of Stand up comedian and Actor Darren Connell’s mind, as he takes a seat to have a chat out loud to himself once a week.
  • Wrong Term Memory - Hosts, Jack and Colin, are based in Glasgow and have been podcasting together since 2017. Each week they pick a topic and put their unique spin on it – while hopefully teaching you something you may not have known when you started listening. We speak about The 1990s, True Crime, History, Music, Sport and a range of other topics as well.



  • Under 1000 - Hosted by Thomas Flower, each episode of Under 1000 contains a brand new short story, never heard anywhere else before. All of the stories are one thousand words or less, keeping the episodes short and injecting just a quick bite of storytelling into your podcast feed. New episodes every Saturday and Sunday.

Food & Drink

  • The Quaich Podcast - From three whisky obsessed friends living in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. In the spirit of the traditional quaich drinking vessel we aim to welcome you and share our love of whisky in a light-hearted but informative manner.



  • Scott & Liam vs Evil (Twitter) - Join your hosts Scott & Liam as they take you on a drunken trip through the best, the worst and the in-between picks from horror cinema…Or at least try to.




  • Contagious Thinking RSS missing - Podcast from MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research
  • Naturally Speaking - A science pod-yssey brought to you by the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine at the University of Glasgow. Naturally Speaking is first and foremost a podcast covering cutting edge research and light hearted ecology banter. We have invited blog posts and podcasts from researchers across our Institute and also visiting speakers. We’ve got a little something for everyone.
  • End of Life Studies Podcast - This podcast is brought to you by the University of Glasgow End of Life Studies Group. We conduct research into the ways in which society responds at the end of life. Our social, comparative and historical analysis of palliative care aims to promote global improvement in end of life care.


  • Common Weal - Common Weal is a people-powered think and do tank in Scotland. We develop policy on and campaign for social and economic equality, for wellbeing and the environment, for quality of life, for peace and justice.


Projects, or one-off podcast series.

  • In the Freethinker's Footsteps - A five-episode podcast series exploring the religious, political and gender controversies of 17th C Scotland
  • Think in Translation - We interview international authors, translators, publishers and booksellers on all things translation.
  • How Glasgow Flourished - In 2014 Kelvingrove Museum hosted the How Glasgow Flourished, 1714-1837 exhibition and conference, where academics delivered talks on various themes relating to the blossoming growth of Glasgow in this period. Through these 10-15 minute podcasts, our collected experts – from University professors to independent Historians – cover a range of topics within the 18th and 19th centuries.



Podcasts with no episodes in the last year.

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