- 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.
Unlucky Frog Gaming
- We enjoy discussing games we are playing, and games we would like to play, as well as anything remotely related to tabletop gaming culture like the convention scene, Kickstarter and game rage! We regularly play D&D, Pathfinder, Magic: The Gathering, Warhammer: The Age of Sigmar and a plethora of other board games!
- PlayersToo is a website and weekly, hour-long gaming podcast produced entirely by two best friends from Glasgow, Scotland - Mark Henderson and Lewis Camley.
Contagious Thinking RSS missing
- Podcast from MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research
- 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.
Projects, or one-off podcast series.
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.