Do you want to know how many people listen to In Our Time: Culture? Or perhaps how many downloads it gets? Rephonic has scanned the web and collated all the information we found in our podcast database.
Listen to the audio and view podcast download numbers, contact information, listener demographics and more to help you make better decisions about which podcasts to sponsor or be a guest on.
Our search tool lets you find other similar podcasts that cover the same topic and allows you to compare the figures, so you can be informed when reaching out.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the origin of this personification of the English everyman and his development as both British and Britain in the following centuries. He first appeared along with Lewis Baboon (French) and Nicholas Frog (Dutch) in 171... more
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the celebrated Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas (1914 - 1953). He wrote some of his best poems before he was twenty in the first half of his short, remarkable life, and was prolific in the second half too with poems such as th... more
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss two of China’s greatest poets, Li Bai and Du Fu, who wrote in the 8th century in the Tang Era. Li Bai (701-762AD) is known for personal poems, many of them about drinking wine, and for finding the enjoyment in life. Du... more
An effective format, with Melvyn acting as the “naive” listener, asking questions of a small group of experts in a fairly informal conversation. Amazing range of topics, taken as a whole, and an excellent resource for gleaning a general overview of each topic. Each programme could of course go into greater detail or focus but generally a good trade off between general knowledge and intellectual insight.
Great information, but as many others have said, the host is rather frustrating due to his extreme tendency to dismiss and interrupt the experts invited on the show. For example, during the episode on Emily Dickinson, the host interrupts the three guests (especially the two female experts) and redirects them while they are mid-thought and mid-sentence. He also seems to condescend Emily Dickinson in this episode and continues to undermine the guests’ expertise and diminish Dickinson’s accomplishm... more
Melvyn is faultless
Why doesn't the host, Melvin Bragg, let his guests finish their answers? Why does he keep his job? 45 minutes on the Greek myths is an absurdly ludicrous amount of time. Instead of rushing, interrupting, and trying to steer the conversation, which he is not even qualified to do, the program should span 2 sessions.
long time listener. in fact, i often relisten to older shows, and dig through the archives to find topics i may have missed. more
Rephonic provides a wide range of data for two million podcasts so you can understand how popular each one is. See how many people listen to In Our Time: Culture and access YouTube viewership numbers, download stats, chart rankings, ratings and more.
Simply upgrade your account and use these figures to decide if the show is worth pitching as a guest or sponsor.
There are two ways to find viewership numbers for podcasts on YouTube. First, you can search for the show on the channel and if it has an account, scroll through the videos to see how many views it gets per episode.
Rephonic also pulls the total number of views for each podcast we find a YouTube account for. You can access these figures by upgrading your account and looking at a show's social media section.
Podcast streaming numbers or 'plays' are notoriously tricky to find. Fortunately, Rephonic provides estimated listener figures for In Our Time: Culture and two million other podcasts in our database.
To check these stats and get a feel for the show's audience size, you'll need to upgrade your account.
To see how many followers or subscribers In Our Time: Culture has, simply upgrade your account. You'll find a whole host of extra information to help you decide whether appearing as a sponsor or guest on this podcast is right for you or your business.
If it's not, use the search tool to find other podcasts with subscriber numbers that match what you're looking for.
Rephonic provides a full set of podcast information for two million podcasts, including the number of listeners. You can see some of this data for free. But you will need to upgrade your account to access premium data.
In Our Time: Culture launched 11 years ago and published 257 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
Our systems regularly scour the web to find email addresses and social media links for this podcast. But in the unlikely event that you can't find what you're looking for, our concierge service lets you request our research team to source better contact information for you.
Our systems scan a variety of public sources including the podcast's official website, RSS feed, and email databases to provide you with a trustworthy source of podcast contact information. We also have our own research team on-hand to manually find email addresses if you can't find exactly what you're looking for.
Rephonic pulls reviews for In Our Time: Culture from multiple sources, including Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Podcast Addict and more.
View all the reviews in one place instead of visiting each platform individually and use this information to decide whether this podcast is worth pitching as a guest or sponsor.
You can view podcasts similar to In Our Time: Culture by exploring Rephonic's 3D interactive graph. This tool uses the data displayed on the 'Listeners Also Subscribed To' section of Apple Podcasts to visualise connections between shows.