Niki and Sammy’s Peachy Podcast and Riyadh Khalaf’s Unexpected Fluids will both be available to download from February 19.
“We’ve listened to Radio One and their incredible roster of presenters for years and we can’t wait to join forces.
“Listeners will be treated to all of the behind LOLs from the hottest music news, behind the scenes gossip and internet trends. If it’s trending – we’re talking about it!”
— Adele Roberts (@AdeleRoberts) January 25, 2018
Meanwhile Riyadh Khalaf will be co-hosting a sex-themed series called Unexpected Fluids alongside writer Alix Fox – with “discussions across the spectrum of sex, gender and sexuality” and stories about “when sex goes wrong”.
Riyadh said: “I’m super excited to work on a daring podcast with a team I’ve admired for years at BBC Radio 1.
“It’s going to be shocking, it’s going to be funny and you might just learn something by accident! Listening to it is going to be like talking to your best mate about awful, crazy, one night stands.
“I’m dying to get in studio with Alix – the two of us have become like a pair of oversharing siblings trying to out-shock each other. I can’t wait to dive deep into the wonderful wet world of unexpected fluids!”
With the first podcast dropping on 5th February🌟
— Radio 1 Press Office (@BBCRadio1PR) January 25, 2018
Other BBC comedy podcasts announced include The Birthday Girls House Party – a series with ‘warm and weird late-night conversations putting the world to rights’ – and an improvised show called Battle Acts featuring the BBC Asian Network’s Emily Lloyd-Saini.
More information about the programmes can be found on the BBC’s website.
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