Manchester Podcast Festival have released their programme of shows across the city, including The Guilty Feminist, Dan Snow’s History Podcast, Rick Edwards and Michael Brooks’ Science-ish and Richard Herring: RHLSTP among many others. A host of special guests are set to be announced over the coming weeks.
The festival will begin with Help! I Sexted My Bosson 1 November 2019, and will continue with more performances from other podcasts throughout the city, before concluding on 27 November 2019.
Venues to be performed in during the podcast festival include the Exchange Auditorium, The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, and the Dancehouse Theatre.
The first Manchester Podcast Festival in 2018 saw over 2500 people attend, and this year’s programme aims to match these numbers by including returning favourites such as The Guilty Feminist andRHLSTP with Richard Herring, as well as others first-time appearances such as Science-(ish),Dan Snow’s History Hit, Top Flight Time Machine, A Gay and a NonGay, BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart’sSlacker Podcast, Steve Martin and Tessa Coates’ Nobody Panicand many more.
The confirmed line-up aims to encapsulate a range of genres, including science, history, comedy, LGBTQ+ issues, feminism, politics, music, sport and more.
Their content ranges from Dan Snow taking his listeners on an audible journey through UK history in Dan Snow’s History Hit, to Debroah Frances-White and her special guests discussing and making confessions about their personal view of feminism in The Guilty Feminist, to a live theatrical interpretation of a previously non-visual medium by Andy Dawson and Sam Delany in Top Flight Time Machine.
Tickets are available now at www.manchesterpodcastfestival.com.