Podcast Ep. 83: UK Enthused As Voters Head To Polls

Right Dishonourable Go forth and vote

For our final episode before the June general election in the UK our co-hosts cover leaders’ debates, leaders’ non-debates, the terrorist attack in London, rising and falling polls, and our final voting choices – or lack thereof.

Image based on Westminster, London by Berit Watkin

Podcast Ep. 82: Brillo Ordered To Give Katie Hopkins Good Scrubbing

Right Dishonourable Brillo Solution Gag

The terrorist attack in Manchester, Labour’s surge forward in the polls, Andrew “Brillo” Neil’s savaging of the UK’s political leaders, and the much-celebrated sacking of rent-a-gob Katie Hopkins are the three (Er, four? – Ed) topics this week.

Joining us is Rowan Ellis, a YouTuber and social media manager at women’s site The Pool.

Image based on photo from the Financial Times

Podcast Ep. 80: Nixon’s Ghost To Sue Trump For Copyright Infringement

Right Dishonourable – Nixon stolen playbook

The Trumpster’s firing of FBI chief James Comey, Labour’s leaked manifesto (now properly released with tweaks), and the election pitch of the Pirate Party UK and its Vauxhall candidate Mark Chapman are the three topics this week.

Apologies should be added for the dubious audio quality. Gremlins have been eating Jazza’s cables, and we’ve yet to replace them. The people responsible have been dealt with.

Image based on Richard Nixon and Lemuel Shepherd by USMC Archives

 

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. 71: Milo To Take On Corbyn In Career-Busting Showdown

RD 71 Milo Yiannopoulos

The twin by-elections in Copeland and Stoke, the (potential) fall of provacteur-cum-troll Milo Yiannopoulos, and a halted British court case seeking civil partnerships for straight people are the topics three for this show.

Joining us is academic and author Richard Seymour, whose previous work covers Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the Tory’s austerity policy, and The Liberal Defence of Murder.

Image credit – Milo Yiannopoulos by Official Leweb Photos