The BBC Radio 4 show Delilah is the first podcast to be broadcast on a podcast app, and it’s not exactly the most high-profile.
The show, hosted by former BBC Radio 5 Live host Chris Morris, aims to provide a place where listeners can talk to other like-minded people in the same way they talk to each other.
However, it’s also very different from the traditional format where you listen to a particular show with a specific person or a specific podcast with a particular person.
That’s because it’s a show where people can listen to different people’s stories, and listen to each person’s unique voice.
That means that while there’s an element of self-selection, it doesn’t really have that much to do with how much work you’re going to get done, Morris said.
It’s a great opportunity for people to meet other people who share their interests, so the work you do, the content you write, the way you interact with the audience will all be completely self-selected.
“There are no preconceived notions of what a show is going to be about or what type of person you are,” Morris said of Delilahs format.
It sounds like it will be an exciting time for listeners to get to know each other, but that’s not the whole story, Morris added. “
What you’re doing is taking that same energy, and using it to create something you’re passionate about, where people who are similar in that way can come together and share ideas and create something that’s going to enrich their lives.”
It sounds like it will be an exciting time for listeners to get to know each other, but that’s not the whole story, Morris added.
It wasn’t like I had to think about it because I’m the same person I was in my prime.” “
When I was on a show I was so happy to be on, it was the same people and the same kind of fun.
It wasn’t like I had to think about it because I’m the same person I was in my prime.”
Morris said he was particularly happy to work with people who didn’t necessarily have the same type of talent as he did, and that it’s nice to get an opportunity to see what they’ve got to offer.
“I really like to hear what’s new and new ideas that people have that I’ve never had to see before,” he said.
That will make you stand out.” “
But it’s about being different.
That will make you stand out.”
If you want to know more about the show, you can check out our interview with Morris.
You can listen on the BBC News app, or download the podcast on Apple Podcasts.
This podcast is hosted by Claire and Andy, who are joined by Rob and Sarah, who talk about the different types of people in comedy.
They discuss the difference between a writer and a comedian, what to do when someone doesn’t want to read a book, and the difference in how people approach the process of writing a script.
And then they look at the difference when someone asks to write a script and what the process is like.
If you’re looking for a great podcast to talk to people about, this is a great way to start.