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Manchester Podcast Festival 2019 line-up revealed!

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By Shawna Healey


The line-up for Manchester Podcast Festival has been revealed, bringing together chart-topping podcasts to the city this November.

Celebrating its second year, following last years huge success that saw over 2500 ticket sales, the festival features returning favourites The Guilty Feminist and RHLSTP with Richard Herring, and hugely popular podcasters such as Science-(ish)Dan Snow’s History HitTop Flight Time MachineA Gay and a NonGay, BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart’s Slacker Podcast, Steve Martin and Tessa Coates’ Nobody Panic.

The impressive programme encapsulate science, history, comedy, LGBTQ+, and feminism and more, with promises to announce a host of special guests soon.

The festival kicks off with Help! I Sexted My Boss at The Dancehouse Theatre on 1st November 2019 and will continue until the 27th of November.

Programme

01/11/19
Help! I Sexted My Boss
Dancehouse Theatre
8pm

02/11/19
Dan Snow’s History Hit
Exchange Auditorium
5pm

02/11/19
Richard Herring: RHLSTP
Exchange Auditorium
7.30pm

05/11/19
The Guilty Feminist
Exchange Auditorium
7.30pm

12/11/19
Science-(ish)
Goriilla
8pm

12/11/19
Top Flight Time Machine
The Dancehouse
8pm

13/11/19
Set Piece Menu
Anthony Burgess
8pm

14/11/19
Phil Taggart’s Slacker
Union Theatre
8pm

16/11/19
A Gay and A NonGay
Anthony Burgess
8pm

16/11/19
Nobody Panic
Anthony Burgess
5pm

23/11/19
Do The Right Thing
The Dancehouse
7.30pm

27/11/19
Mandatory Redistribution Party
Peer Hat
8.30pm

Read more about the festival at manchesterpodcastfestival.com and follow @MancPodFest on Twitter.

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Shawna Healey

I'm Shawna, 21, and Welsh studying Geography at MMU. I have varying interests and opinions but usually its all things feminism.

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