Podcast Ep. 128: The Curious Case of the Missing Brexit

Where's Brexit

A general lack-of-progress update on the now-extended Brexit, the prospect of European elections, and the dispute in Birmingham schools about teaching kids about LGBT relationships are the three topics this week.

Joining us is the trouble Jazza has getting emails out of his outbox.

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Podcast Ep. 126: Vince Cable Retiring To Spend More Time Remoaning

RD 126 Vince Cable Independents

The retirement of Vince Cable as Lib Dem leader, the ‘will they, won’t they’ of Brexit, and the terrorist attack at Christchurch in New Zealand are the three topics this week.

Joining us is a deep sense of Bregret.

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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

Podcast Ep. 73: Hammond, Sturgeon To Offer Light-Hearted Political Crises

RD E73 Spreadshit Phil

The Sturg’s decision to call a second round on Scottish independence, the impending invocation of Article 50 (already triggering some), fallout from Spreadsheet Phil’s budget, and an EU court case allowing religious clothing bans are the topics for this week on the podcast.

Joining us is freelance journalist James O’Malley, a self-confessed social democrat and writer at the New Statesman, the Independent and recently Gizmodo.

Image based on Nato Summit Wales 2014 by Foreign and Commonwealth Office