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Updated July 2020
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Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard.How does a live afternoon of kid's TV come to be? Chris is rejoined by Phil 'Hacker T. Dog' Fletcher to discuss the process with producer Andy Potter and writer Stephen Collins, two of creators of sketch s…
 
Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard."TONIGHT!" on (not) Love Island, Iain 'Does Jokes' Stirling stops by to talk about the CBBC Office, his love of stand-up comedy and being the voice of the villa. PLUS the origins of 'Yonko' definitively re…
 
Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard.With Waterloo Road, Friday Download, Dani's Castle, Coronation Street and many more shows on her CV, chances are you've seen Shannon Flynn on your tellybox. Having performed in the industry from a very you…
 
Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard.Man. Mongrel. Mutt. Muppet. CACTUS! Warrick Brownlow-Pike is a puppeteer with over a decade of experience in live TV, scripted programming and speaking Cactinian. From Oucho to Dodge, Gonger to gelflings, …
 
Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard.Ed Petrie is a stand-up comedian whose career in kid's TV helped to shape the modern landscape at CBBC. From his work with prickly sidekick Oucho to travelling all around the world in the name of factual-e…
 
Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard.Katie Thistleton is a Radio 1 host, paperback agony aunt and a CBBC Office/HQ alumni. Yonko sits down with 'Big Kath' to discuss her indirect journey to becoming a face of CBBC and what advice she'd give t…
 
Presenters. Producers. Puppeteers. Join Chris 'Yonko' Johnson as he speaks with these legends of children's television Out Of The Broom Cupboard.Phil Fletcher is the man beneath the dog. In this opening episode of OOTBC, Yonko speaks with Phil about his origins as a puppeteer, whips out some fan FAQs and tries to get into the mind of Hacker T. Dog.…
 
After months of talks, haggling and negotiations, the Prime Minister invited the entire cabinet to her country retreat in Buckinghamshire to present her proposed deal. The mercury was running high, as were tensions; it was reported that Downing Street officials made it clear if ministers weren't happy with the deal, they could leave but would have …
 
When Theresa May called a surprise general election that she'd ruled since she took office, with the aim strengething her mandate ahead of tricky Brexit negotiations, nobody could have predicted that she'd end up losing her overall majority in the Commons.Mark Mardell dissects the campaign itself, and the impact on Britain's departure from the Euro…
 
Even before she became Prime Minister, Theresa May pledged a new government department that would oversee Britain's departure from the European. Not just that, but the department would be run by a leading Brexiteer. How much influence did David Davis - the first Brexit secretary - have? Who was really leading negotiations? And was it all simply a p…
 
January 2017 and Theresa May delivers her now infamous Lancaster House speech. But how was it decided what it would say and where it would be said? Mark Mardell dissects whether the speech backed the Prime Minister into a corner by setting out her red lines, or if it was merely the start of the long negotiating process. Email: pm@bbc.co.uk Twitter:…
 
It took the Government nine months to trigger Article 50 after the British public voted to leave the European Union. At the time, some said it was overdue. Since, people have said it was too soon. Running alongside that debate, though, was whether it could even be triggered at all. Mark Mardell unpicks the attempt to trigger Article 50 without a vo…
 
After Theresa May became Prime Minister, one of the first jobs was to set out her vision for implementing Brexit. Integral to doing that were her Chiefs of Staff – Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill. Mark Mardell considers how Mrs May positioned herself as the person to deliver Brexit, the influence her chiefs had at the time, and - as she approached her …
 
When the Conservatives won the 2015 election, David Cameron reiterated his manifesto promise to hold an in-out referendum on Britain's membership of the EU. Not long after, the starting gun was fired and the battle lines drawn.What followed? It's a well charted path; but Mark Mardell talks to the people who were there at the key moments, to see wha…
 
How much can one man do?During his first speech as Conservative Party leader, David Cameron insisted the party needed to stop "banging on about Europe". So how did he come to promise an in-out referendum 7 years later?Mark Mardell charts the rise of UKIP and Nigel Farage, and asks what impact this had on Cameron, the Conservatives and the country.E…
 
In 1997, Tony Blair swept to power with New Labour and Britain won the Eurovision song contest with Katrina and the Waves. Was there also a renewed enthusiasm for the European project?Mark Mardell recalls the twists and turns of Labour's relationship with Brussels. Could the fresh-faced, charismatic new Prime Minister rekindle the romance? And if n…
 
A blustering billionaire playing politics, or a brave man doing his best for his country? Sir James Goldsmith divided opinion, but he united both sides of politics in promising a referendum on the euro.Mark Mardell reflects on the party that only fought one election, didn't win a single seat, but secured a promise that in the end mattered more. And…
 
In 1990, the agriculture minister fed his daughter a beef burger in front of the tv cameras to prove British beef was safe. But five years later, the government was forced to admit a link between BSE and a new, human disease. As Mark Mardell follows the twists and turns of Britain's 45 year relationship with the European Union, he hears about the s…
 
Tensions rise in the Conservative Party as the Prime Minister negotiates with the European Community member states in Maastricht. Mark Mardell follows the twists and turns of Britain's 45 year relationship with the European Union, but even though John Major succeeds in arranging Britain's opt outs of the 1992 treaty - on the single currency and the…
 
It's 1979, Margaret Thatcher and her Conservative government have been voted into power in Britain, and one of her first tasks is to reduce the contribution the UK pays to the European Economic Community. Mark Mardell follows the new Prime Minsiter through negotiations with the other EEC member states - from the 1979 Dublin summit to Fontainbleau 5…
 
The 1975 referendum to remain in the European Economic Community was a historic first for Britain. As well as dividing the country, the argument split the Labour Party, who were then in Government. Mark Mardell explores the UK's 45 year love affair with Europe, looking at Anthony Wedgewood Benn's call for a referendum and Prime Minister Harold Wils…
 
It's 1973 and Britain is joining the European Economic Community. For some it's the culmination of years of hard work and a political necessity for the country. But for others, concerns about food prices, sovereignty and the English language remain unresolved. Mark Mardell explores the UK's 45 year love affair with Europe, starting with the role th…
 
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