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what podcast for jogging and why

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brusselsproutwarning Sat 18-Jul-15 20:59:42

Just that really. So many podcasts out there.....

BabCNesbitt Sat 18-Jul-15 22:57:02

Are you looking for an exercise-related podcast, or just something to occupy you? If the latter, then it depends on your interests! I tend to listen to the BBC Books and Authors podcast or The Cultures, but you might be bored rigid by them.

brusselsproutwarning Sun 19-Jul-15 07:43:39

Books! Really ! Am new to all this podcast stuff so wanted some recommendations . ill probably start with a motivation Exercise one then hopefully I'll be on to books!

museumum Sun 19-Jul-15 07:47:00

I like "marathon talk" even though I have never and probably will never run that distance.
It's a mix of training info, interesting interviews, news from pro athletics etc.

Doyouthinktheysaurus Sun 19-Jul-15 13:34:25

I came on to suggest Marathon Talk, it's great!

I've listened for a few years and it just never gets boring.

brusselsproutwarning Sun 19-Jul-15 13:42:24

Just back from my first run in years. Feel great but My internet is rubbish so couldn't listen to anything Live. Is it possible to download marathon talk or any other books to my android phone before I leave next time

Twolittleboyz Sun 19-Jul-15 14:10:48

I like No such thing as a fish. It's from the people who make the tv programme QI and has funny facts and discussions. I also listen to the niall boylan podcasts from classic hits 4fm.

MrsHarveySpecter Sun 19-Jul-15 14:53:59

I listen to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode's film pod cast from Radio 5.

brusselsproutwarning Sun 19-Jul-15 18:18:46

They sound great! I like niallboylan, will check Simon mayo too.

ThursdayLast Fri 24-Jul-15 15:52:03

I listen to Friday night comedy, Fighting Talk, This American Life. I try others, but they're my never fails.
I've also got my audible app on my phone too, because I couldn't pass up the opportunity to listen to Little Lies uninterrupted earlier this week grin

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