You Heard it Here First

Emerging From the Rabbit Hole

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Welcome back to You Heard It Here First – the go-to podcast for finding your new favourite listen on Audible. How do you feel about being transported back to Harlem in the 60s? Perhaps a hard-hitting documentary series will scratch that investigative journalism itch? Rest assured we've got you, whatever your mood.

We also fall down the rabbit hole with our guests! Audible editor Robin wants you to join him in investigating his intriguing conspiracy theory podcast recommendation, and sustainability activist and author Aja Barber opts for a GCSE English classic which is a much better read as an adult!


We share lots of our recommendations in this series, but we also want to hear from you! Tell us about your favourite audiobook and be featured on the show – just email [email protected]. Send us a voice note or type it out, whichever you prefer!


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Here are the recommendations from this episode:

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E Schwab

Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead

The Bias Diagnosis by Ivan Beckley

Finding Q: My Journey into QAnon by Nicky Woolf

Animal Farm by George Orwell from The Orwell Collection

Consumed by Aja Barber

Fearne Cotton’s Audible Session

Speak Your Truth by Fearne Cotton

A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

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