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Naylor's Natter Podcast 'Just talking to Teachers'

Phil Naylor

"Naylor's natter...just talking to teachers" Naylor's Natter is the brainchild of Phil Naylor , created initially to share musings on evidence, research and CPD. The podcast has grown significantly since its first episode in early 2019 and is now proudly independent. We have no sponsorship or affiliation. As the podcast has evolved so has its reach, we feel passionately about diversity of opinion and representation of our profession. To ensure we better reflect teaching , we are now proud to add more hosts to the podcast. Opinions are guests and hosts alone.


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4.6 out of 5 stars from 61 ratings
  • What a Brilliant Podcast!

    This podcast is very informative with great content and sound quality.I highly recommend to anyone interested in education podcasts.His new video podcast on Spotify is definitely one to check out.

    Apple Podcasts
    Hugh Jonathan Smith
    United Kingdom2 years ago
  • Great ideas, poor sound

    This is a very informative podcast with so many fabulous ideas that you can take away and apply to your classroom. I especially loved the running the room episode. The sound quality is really poor though. I find it hard to hear both sides of the conversation clearly and the stings are really loud in comparison.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 years ago
  • Rekindled Interest in Edu-Research

    Naylor and his colleagues are excellent hosts, they make every conversation feel warm and insightful. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 years ago
  • Sound quality

    Interesting enough content but constant crap sound quality is frustrating.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom4 years ago
  • Topical, entertaining and authentic

    I look forward to these podcasts because they bring together many different perspectives on current 'hot topics'. The contributions are genuinely conversational but tackle some tricky issues in well-informed ways using a relaxed, easy tone that, even so, never lacks depth.

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    John Wm Stephens
    United Kingdom4 years ago

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