Good old Radio Times! My mum and dad bought this when I was a kid and there were only three channels on the black and white television we owned.
Thanks to Adrian for pointing me in the direction of this - Radio Times apparently does a 'good podcast guide' and I figured alongside Sowerby & Luff and Wiggly Wigglers - both great podcasts in their own right.
The review reads:
Podcast Paul (aka Paul Nicholls) is the perfect modern British podcaster. By day he's a lawyer, but by night he's a silky voiced chat lothario and music maestro.
Every week since 2004 he's haunted the airwaves with an entertaining combo of swishy talk and easy listening unsigned rock, pop and folk. It's like Jeremy Vine left BBC Radio 2 and went solo. This week, for example, Paul unravels the life and death of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, alongside an interview with and live performance by a band called Slashed Seat Affair. Where else but on the internet can you hear such contrasts?
Jeremy Vine eh? Bless 'em.
Actually, well done RT - not one of the usual daft big commercial podcasts figures there.