Latest Episodes

Graduating: the reality
February 10, 2016

Two graduates talk about their very different experiences of what life's like now they're employed in 'the real world'. - "There was one colour that we weren't allowed to wear... but nobody knew what that colour was."

Praying for cash
February 08, 2016

Charity, God, Money, Pray, Besom, Internship, Jesus, Donate

RnB and Hiphop of 2015: We Gon’ Be Alright
February 05, 2016

2015 was an undeniably good year for RnB and HipHop talent and Podium.me music journalist Frankie Wells has put together a playlist of her favourites. Listen to her lowdown here and check out the playlist on Spotify. -

Backing the blues
January 25, 2016

Jack Elsom talks about why he's a young Conservative supporter, what it's like being an under 20 pro-Tory and why he thinks more of us will be voting blue in the next election. - "We do have to accept and be tolerant of people that don't match the pre...

Man boobs?
January 22, 2016

Josh talks about his decision to share his diet with the internet and talk online about his biggest insecurity: gynaecomastia. - “The goal isn’t to be able to look in the mirror and think ‘yeah, you are one handsome devil.”

Having a sugar daddy
January 21, 2016

Listen to an insight into what it's like dating older men and what made Sonia go online to look for them. - “All I need is company and a good time with someone interesting”

I’m a stripper and I’ve got rights
January 19, 2016

"A lot of people, if I say I'm a stripper they're like, 'Oh no, let's just say that you're a dancer...' And I'm like, 'No, I'm a stripper...I like that word, I don't think it should be a dirty word'."

Doctors on strike
January 14, 2016

George Addo joined medical students at the Royal London Hospital on their protest and heard what they would like to say to Jeremy Hunt. "We are not trained in spin, we are trained in helping patients."

The UK is drowning
January 05, 2016

Amy Machaj talks about the emotions that went along with the flooding in her home town over Christmas and finds out and how students dealt with the damage to their university (got drunk) - "Basically I got more time to procrastinate"

Young, Italian and free
January 04, 2016

Last year, more young Italians moved to the UK than ever before. Our journalist Sandro Schiena interviewed a group of recent immigrants about why they made the trip to the UK and whether it lives up to their expectations. -