Top 10 podcasts

The Web's best listens

The Internet's a noisy place, with media giants and bedroom pundits alike broadcasting their thoughts on anything from the meaning of life to the price of fish. But who's worth a listen? Our counterparts at PC Advisor (UK) have compiled a list of some of the slickest, funniest and most knowledgeable podcasts nominated by their readers.

Mark Kermode

Recommended by: Miss Tech

This archive of Kermode's witty and informed film reviews deservedly received multiple recommendations.

Miss Tech summed up the general feeling: "Mark Kermode is knowledgeable, incisive and opinionated. While I'm no film buff by any stretch of the imagination, I always feel I've learned something."

Mark Kermode



Recommended by: alan14

Multitalented actress, comedienne and news reporter Marta Costello presents Gnooze, a current-affairs podcast that combines juvenile impersonations and razor-sharp satire with aplomb. It's strictly a video show, but the visuals are limited to a talking head and the odd graphic effect, so we've allowed it.



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