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A subreddit dedicated to the dreadful BBC Sounds app, an app that may have potential, but for now is BBC iPlayer Radio's terrible replacement.
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Subreddit for the Tailenders podcast on BBC Radio 5 Live, presented by Greg James, Felix White and James Anderson (plus special guest Mattchin Tendulkar!)
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For all your Johnlock needs and desires! Based on the fan-created romantic relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. Largely taken from the BBC television show *Sherlock* (but other incarnations of the characters are welcome, as well).
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A subreddit to discuss James Acaster's weekly podcast where he tries to convince comedians that 2016 is the greatest year for music, ever. In his own words, just because he had a breakdown, doesn't mean he's not right! In his book 'Perfect Sound Whatever', James reflects on 2016 as he finds connections between music and his personal life. All while ending up amassing 500+ albums. Listen on: BBC Sounds, Spotify, iTunes, Acast. Feel free to chat about anything related!
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Posted by27 days ago

here. I say “full” because Happy Song, Kingslayer, and Dear Diary are missing

EDIT: thanks to another commenter there is a video that has the missing songs from the BBC sounds: Here Credit to u/Ouch_Me_pls for finding this

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