Radio 1 Podcasts
BBC Radio 1 regularly releases six podcasts. The selection has grown over time, originally forming part of the BBC's podcast trial. In November 2005, short clips (typically 30 seconds) of commercially available music began to be used within some shows, after the BBC negotiated a deal with rights holders.
- 1 Current podcasts
- 2 Former podcasts
- 3 References
Best of Nick Grimshaw
Released every Thursday or Friday, it contains highlights from The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw.
Annie Mac's minimix
Lasts only five minutes, however the time for the podcast was more than doubled when it was released on February 20, 2009. Occasionally, it is increased if there are more mini mixes. Contains mini mixes, which is a mix of many tracks made for Annie Mac's show, broadcast on Friday evenings.
Scott Mills Daily
Greg James: That's What He Said
Released every Friday, the highlights from Greg James' drive time show. The That's What He Said podcast includes interviews, Star Caller, Ask The Nation, Nerd Alert and other features from the afternoon show.
The Matt Edmondson Show
Movies with Ali Plumb
Five episodes about the story of Izzy Dix recorded in late 2015.
Life and Death Row
A series from Radio 1 and BBC Three about one of the episodes of the BBC series presented by Greg James.
These podcasts have previously been available from the station.
Radio 1 Chart Show
Released every Monday, the rundown of the UK Charts presented by Reggie Yates.
Radio 1 Stories
Released every Monday, this podcast is a documentary, that covers topics such as society and youth culture.
Best of Chris Moyles
Selected highlights of the past week's shows of The Chris Moyles Show, released every Friday. Also available as Best of Chris Moyles Enhanced with the audio being identical to the Best of Chris Moyles but distributed with pictures which can be viewed on listeners' computers or MP3 players.
Zane Lowe Podcast
Presented by Zane Lowe. Contains Zane's top 10 tracks every week.
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