Podcast Ep. 97: Labour Spots Potential Problem With Jeremy Corbyn

Stephen Kinnock Corbyn might win

Labour’s summer of Corbynite love, the breakdown of Jamaican coalition talks in Germany, and Simpsons racism allegations in The Problem With Apu are the three topics this week.

Joining us are a variety of microphone recording techniques, ranging from bad to barely acceptable.

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Podcast Ep. 93: Uber London Seeks Appeal On Whether ‘No Means No’

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The shock decision by Transport for London not to renew Uber’s licence to prowl the city’s streets (surely offer affordable, convenient taxi services? – Ed) and Spain’s stifling of an extralegal referendum on Catalan independence from Madrid are the two topics our heroes chew over this week.

In the final segment journalist Felix Simon speaks to us about the recent German elections, which saw Angela Merkel win a deflated victory amid a rise in support for Alternative für Deutschland, a party which contains legit Nazis.

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Podcast Ep. 41: Stephen Fry on safe spaces, Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment & free speech in Germany

RD E41, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Stephen Fry, Dilma Rousseff

British actor Stephen Fry’s controversial opinion on university censorship, the prospective impeachment of Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff, and a German comedian being prosecuted for insulting a foreign official are the topics three for this week.

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Podcast Ep. 27: Angela Merkel, Donald Trump and Diversity in Publishing

Angela Merkel, March 2014 by DonkeyHotey

Leena Norms from JustKissMyFrog on the Internet joins Jazza and Jimmy for a ruckus of vaguely informed debate about politics, culture and news.

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