Podcast Ep. 66: Corbyn, Trump Rebrands Go About As Well As Expected

RD66 Jeremy Corbyn Soviet Gag

A New Year, and a new start for both US president-elect Donald Trump and the British Labour party chief Jeremy Corbyn gets off to a successful start – until the men start talking.

With one smearing his newspaper opponents as fake news for publishing a “dossier” of unverified intelligence, while the other adopts as many positions on immigration as he can, it looks like the sequel to 2016 is going to be eventful, if not outright terminal.

Image credits – Global Justice Now and AK Rockefeller

Podcast Ep. 65: Apocalypse Soon, Or 2016 In Review

Apocalypse Soon Or 2016 In Review

In our final episode for this year, we take a look at the highlights – well, mostly lowlights – of a turbulent 2016. Expect Donald Trump, Brexit, cleb deaths and other festive favourites to prepare you for next year’s armageddon.

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Podcast Ep. 64: Nuttall Wins On Goldsmith Sins As Trump Starts WW3

Paul Nuttall Ukip

Paul Nuttall’s victory in the Ukip leadership contest, Zac Goldsmith losing his Commons seat to the Lib Dems, and Donald Trump’s breach of diplomatic protocol over Taiwan are the three topics for this week’s podcast.

Image based on Paul Nuttall MEP by Euro Realist Newsletter

Podcast Ep. 63: Boring Statement Kills Castro In The Old Bailey

RD 63 Fidel Castro

This week journalist Paul Osbourne joins us to discuss the conviction of  Jo Cox MP’s killer Thomas Mair, the “boring” first post-Brexit Autumn Statement, and the death of Cuban [dictator/tyrant/hero/icon] Fidel Castro.

Image based on Fidel Castro, Havana, 1978 by Marcelo Montecino