Podcast Ep. 79: Trump Dares Kim To Nuclear Hair-Off

Kim Jong Un Perm Threat

The UK’s latest general election is already boring one of our hosts as it enters its third week, while France’s presidential election sees Marine Le Pen threaten to complete the Trump-Brexit triad of doom. And meanwhile, US president Donald Trump is plotting the apocalypse with North Korea.

Joining us for the mayhem is John Servante, the Mandelson to the our Blair and Brown, who can be found on Twitter.

Image based on Kim Jong Un visits Berlin by Driver Photographer

Podcast Ep. 78: UK To Vote Every Year Until Heat Death Of Universe

Right Dishonourable 78 No Snap Election

For this week only our two hosts turn to the only topic worth talking about: UK prime minister Theresa May’s plans to bless the British with yet another vote!

Image based on Theresa May speaking at the Girl Summit by DfID

Podcast Ep. 77: Pepsi Air Strikes End War In Syria

Right Dishonourable Pepsi diabetes gag

US president Donald Trump’s new interest in bombing Syria, handbags during the leadership election at the union Unite, and the – like – super-offensive Pepsi advert featuring cleb Kendall Jenner are the topics three this week.

Joining us is Ely, better known as aTalkingDude on YouTube, where he discusses British politics, identity politics and much besides.

Image based on Pepsi Delivery Truck by Mike Mozart

Podcast Ep. 76: Pandemonium In UK As Boring Legal Process Starts

Right Dishonourable 76 Tusk Brexit Means Brexit

This week we discuss how Britain finally filed for divorce from the EU, as prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, with much rejoicing/hand-wringing, depending on your point of view.

Joining us is Martin Williams, investigative journalist and author of Parliament Ltd, who talks with us about Brexit, (alleged) Tory election fraud, and wider corruption and conflicts within Parliament.

Image based on Angela Merkel and Donald Tusk, European People’s Party

Podcast Ep. 75: Westminster Attack Provokes Overblown Rhetoric

Right Dishonourable Anonymous on Westminster Attack

A terrorist attack in Westminster, the desperately dull French presidential debates, and YouTube malgorithms blocking out innocuous LGBT-related content are the topics three for this week.

Joining us is Hussein Kesvani, a journalist who has worked at BuzzFeed and VICE, an upcoming author covering the Internet and religious identity, and a podcaster over at No Country For Brown Men.

Image based on Anonymous by Vincent Diamante