Small podcasts that are doing a great job for their audiences.
In the 2019 British Podcast Awards a new category was created – the Bullseye award, sponsored by Podiant – for podcasts where episodes generate less than 5,000 downloads.
It’s an excellent collection of podcasts that do a great job of really catering for their audiences.
Probably True Podcast is an award-winning and slightly filthy storytelling project addressing LGBT issues in a fun and engaging way.
For the first time in human history, the tremendously clever grown-ups Andy Stanton (a bearded man behind the beloved Mr Gum books) and Carrie Quinlan (an unbearded woman who comes out of your radio) will be sharing the vast knowledge they’ve gained in their lifetimes with some children who, frankly, know nothing.
Audio time travel with mixes for every year of recorded sound, starting in the 1850s and working our way through to the present.
Somerset House Studios is a new experimental workspace in the centre of London connecting artists, makers and thinkers with audiences. The Studios are a platform for the development of new creative projects and collaboration, promoting work that pushes bold ideas, engages with urgent issues and pioneers new technologies.
Farmerama Radio: a monthly podcast sharing the voices of smaller scale farmers in the UK and beyond.
The best guests and interviews from BBC Somerset’s Cricket Show. Charlie Taylor brings you extra from the county’s cricket scene every fortnight.