Journeys through the dark, mysterious and weird towns and villages in the British Isles. Each episode, a new place with new stories. Praise for The Town That Didn't Stare: "Arch and funny, but... deeply serious in trying to understand the peculiar history of the town" – Financial Times "Facinating... mysterious, it really hooks you in" – BBC "Brilliantly arch" – Sunday Times "Hilton is an engaging narrator, tip-toeing the lines between nostalgia, comedy and truth-telling" – The Big Issue
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Christmas Day, 2021. I stop at Reading motorway services and find graffiti on the wall of a toilet cubicle: two locals, Gavin and Chelsea, are hacking brains using their iPhones. This Christmas special episode of Other Edens is the story of Reading m... more
What makes the quintessential English village? A church? A pub? A post office? A cricket pitch? more
In 1942, an engineer named Guy Maunsell constructed a series of audacious defensive towers out where the Thames estuary meets the North Sea. These structures – known now as the Maunsell Sea Forts – remain to this day, rusting and abandoned. But they ... more
Absolutely fascinating and so well produced. Anyone with even the slightest interest in history will love this fabulous podcast. Well done and I'm looking forward to many more episodes.
I really could not see the point of Episode 1, Pluckley. The presenter has a walk around the woods, makes a few comments he seems to think are witty, sees and hears nothing of note - and the episode ends. To what purpose?
I grew up near Cheltenham so was immediately intrigued by this podcast. I’ve found it really eye opening and engaging even though this isn’t my usual sort of podcast! I particularly appreciated the use of the reinterpretation of the planets as the music for the show as well, really well produced.
These town podcasts are like mind maps linking together research and top tier interviews with Nick’s fantastic insights and humour. I’m from Cheltenham and didn’t know the half of it. Where to next?
Just came across this gem and it's pretty captivating. Clever with unexpected twists of humour. Definitely recommend. Also, I know more about coconuts now.
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Other Edens launched 3 years ago and published 21 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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