BBC Radio Podcast Guide - I

Inheritance Tracks

Inheritance Tracks

Celebrating the music that special guests cherish and would like to bestow to future generations.

In Our Time

In Our Time

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of ideas

In Our Time: Culture

In Our Time: Culture

Popular culture, poetry, music and visual arts and the roles they play in our society.

In Our Time: Philosophy

In Our Time: Philosophy

From Altruism to Wittgenstein, philosophers, theories and key themes.

Inside Health

Inside Health

Series that demystifies health issues, separating fact from fiction and bringing clarity to conflicting health advice.

In Touch

In Touch

News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted

In Our Time: History

In Our Time: History

Historical themes, events and key individuals from Akhenaten to Xenophon.

In Our Time: Science

In Our Time: Science

Scientific principles, theory, and the role of key figures in the advancement of science.

In Our Time: Religion

In Our Time: Religion

Discussion of religious movements and the theories and individuals behind them.

Intrigue

Intrigue

Mayday: When James Le Mesurier fell to his death he left behind a tangle of truths and lies.

Incarnations: India in 50 Lives

Incarnations: India in 50 Lives

The history of India told through the lives of 50 phenomenal people.

In Pod We Trust

In Pod We Trust

Miranda Sawyer presents a round-up of the best spoken word audio podcasting from around the world

Intelligence: Born Smart, Born Equal, Born Different

Intelligence: Born Smart, Born Equal, Born Different

Adam Rutherford charts the rise, fall and rise of the genetics of intelligence over the last hundred years

In Alistair Cooke's Footsteps

In Alistair Cooke's Footsteps

Alvin Hall travels the USA revisiting the insights and observations of Alistair Cooke's Letter from America, on subjects as diverse as jazz, immigration and the American Dream

Inheritance Tracks: Inheritance Tracks 2008-2011

Inheritance Tracks: Inheritance Tracks 2008-2011

Celebrating the music that special guests cherish and would like to bestow to future generations.

I Was There

I Was There

Historic moments from history told by those who lived through them.

Images of Diana

Images of Diana

Natasha Kaplinsky and guests examine unforgettable pictures of the Princess of Wales, discussing their memories of each image, and their meaning and impact on Diana's life

I'm Not A Monster - from BBC Panorama & FRONTLINE PBS

I'm Not A Monster - from BBC Panorama & FRONTLINE PBS

An American mother living in the heart of the ISIS caliphate. Her husband an ISIS sniper. Her 10-year-old son forced to threaten the U.S. president in a propaganda video shown around the world. She claims she was tricked into taking her young children to war-torn Syria, but where does her account end and the truth begin? Over four years journalist Josh Baker unravels a dangerous story where nothing is as it seems. From the depths of Raqqa’s infamous torture prison to an elk hunt in Idaho, he uncovers secrets, lies and the lasting consequences. “I’m Not A Monster” is the multi-award-winning story of one family’s journey from Indiana to the Islamic State group and back. CREDITS: Reporter: Josh Baker Written by: Josh Baker and Joe Kent Producers: Joe Kent and Max Green Production assistant: Lucie Sullivan Composer: Sam Slater Mixed by: Tom Brignell Artwork: Mirjami Qin Series Editor: Emma Rippon Commissioning Executive: Dylan Haskins Commissioning Editor: Jason Phipps “I’m Not a Monster” is a collaboration between BBC Panorama and FRONTLINE (PBS) for BBC Sounds. A BBC Radio Current Affairs production for BBC Sounds. * AWARDS * - The Podcast Academy – Ambies 2021 – Best Documentary - Winner - The Podcast Academy – Ambies 2021 – Best True Crime Podcast - Winner - The Podcast Academy – Ambies 2021 – Best Reporting – Nominee - The Webby Awards 2021 – Best Documentary Podcast - Winner - RTDNA Edward R Murrow Awards 2021 - Winner - New York Festivals Radio Awards – Best Non-Fiction Series - Grand Jury Prize - New York Festivals Radio Awards – Best Non-Fiction Series - Gold - New York Festivals Radio Awards – Best Narrative/Documentary Podcast - Gold - New York Festivals Radio Awards – Best Current Affairs Documentary - Gold - Rockie Awards 2021 - Non-Fiction Podcast of the Year – Nominee - The Lovie Awards 2021 – Best Crime & Justice Podcast Series - Nominee - The Lovie Awards 2021 – Best Limited Podcast Series – Nominee - One World Media Award 2021 - Nominated

In This Place: Gaychester

In This Place: Gaychester

Exploring the LGBT+ history of Manchester - from a trans man born in 1799, a 1880 "Drag Ball", Alan Turing, Section 28, the AKT to the story behind Canal Street.

In the Studio

In the Studio

In the Studio is the new podcast which takes you into the minds of the world’s most creative people, with unprecedented access. Famous artists, writers, sports stars, musicians, DJs and designers invite you behind the scenes. We explore the creative process like never before.

In the Balance

In the Balance

The biggest financial stories and why they matter to us all.

Inside America

Inside America

The issues shaping the US today: identity, race, migration, the economy, faith, and guns.

Imvo  n'imvano

Imvo n'imvano

Weekly debate programme covering topical current affairs issues.

Ikinamico - Urunana

Ikinamico - Urunana

Ikinamico Urunana. Buri Wa kabiri n’uwakane.

Ikiganiro cy’abagore

Ikiganiro cy’abagore

Ikiganiro cy’abagore kuri BBC Gahuzamiryang. Tukibategurira buri Wa gatatu.

I Hear Voices

I Hear Voices

This is Alice’s story told over 10 episodes. Imagine hearing voices in your head. Alice does. She’s a 27-year-old mum who’s had different characters in her mind since she was about 15. They all have names and personalities and they can be hard to ignore. Alice wants to tell you about them so you can understand what it's like to live with schizophrenia. If you need help with anything in this podcast you can search for the BBC Action Line or the BBC Advice pages for details on where to get support.

Irish League Behaviour

Irish League Behaviour

Joel Taggart and guests discuss all the latest news, results and talking points from across the Irish League as well as showcasing the people and personalities behind the game.

In Tune Highlights

In Tune Highlights

Highlights from BBC Radio 3’s In Tune - featuring interviews with guests from the world of music and the arts. In Tune is presented by Sean Rafferty and Katie Derham.

In Tune Sound of Cinema

In Tune Sound of Cinema

As part of BBC Sound of Cinema, a special series of interviews with major names from the industry, providing a fascinating insight into how music works in film.

If You Don't Know

If You Don't Know

Can We Trust The Police?

I Was 30, I'm Now 15

I Was 30, I'm Now 15

Danielle Fahiya, aged 30, is now aged 15. Lockdown has reduced this gregarious, fashion conscious, woman about town to being treated like a teenager. Back to her old bedroom, meals with Mum, lights out at 10. She's trapped in lockdown time-travel: Mum's house, Mum's rules. Contains adults themes and language

In the Psychiatrist's Chair

In the Psychiatrist's Chair

Psychiatrist Dr Anthony Clare conducts in depth interviews with prominent people from different walks of life.

It’s Not Always Black and White

It’s Not Always Black and White

Bongi Msimanga and Matt Hodson explore their marriage. Talking love, race and the grey spaces in between. Narrated by Paterson Joseph. Originally broadcast on BBC Radio Stoke.