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The Panpsycast
Philospophy Podcasts
Established in February 2016, The Panpsycast is a weekly 'informal and informative' philosophy podcast inspiring and supporting students, teachers, academics and free-thinkers worldwide.
The show primarily covers A Level content (UK), as well as a range of undergraduate/postgraduate level topics in Philosophy, Religious Studies and Theology. The goal of each episode is to make exciting and challenging research accessible to students, teachers, academics and the general public. Episodes are a combination of discussions and interviews; informal and informative guides to ‘big thinkers’ and the ‘big questions’ surrounding them.
The podcast is supported by Westhill Endowment and Culham St Gabriel’s Trust, as well as through the show’s patrons.

Every episode is freely available on all major platforms, including iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn, and Google Play. Click here to view episodes by theme, or see a list of the show’s previous guests



The Panpsycast was created by Jack Symes, who remains producer, co-editor and co-host of the show. Jack graduated from the University of Liverpool in philosophy (BA and MA) and went on to read Teaching Studies at the University of Birmingham. Jack is currently teaching philosophy at King Edward VI High School for Girls.
Dr Gregory Miller (BA, MA, PhD) is one of the show’s co-hosts and co-producer. Greg is a teacher and researcher at the University of Liverpool, working on philosophy of mind and metaphysics.
Andrew Horton is one of the shows co-hosts. Andrew graduated in Theology (BA) and Teaching Studies (MA) at the University of Birmingham, and is now teaching philosophy at South Bromsgrove High.
Olly Marley co-hosts The Panpsycast and is currently Head of Religious Studies at Queensbridge School. Olly read Religious Studies (BA) at the University of Kent and Teaching Studies (MA) at the University of Birmingham.
Other contributors include co-host and transcriber Emily Rose Ogland (BA), co-host Dr Thom Atkinson (BA, MA, PhD), and co-host Phoebe Light (BA).

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