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Guardian political columnist John Harris hosts a cast of voices from up and down the country as well as across the political spectrum to analyse the week’s political news. For US Politics with Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland, make sure to search 'Politics Weekly America' wherever you get your podcasts
 
Making sense of our political hell every Tuesday and Friday! Oh God, What Now? is the no-bulls**t politics podcast, making the unbearable bearable with top quality guests and analysis, plus poor quality jokes. Regulars include: Alex Andreou, writer, commentator, cook, actor, secret agent • Ian Dunt, Independent columnist and author of How To Be A Liberal • Writer and broadcaster Gavin Esler • Group Editor Andrew Harrison • Commentator Ayesha Hazarika • Journalist Marie Le Conte • Dorian Lyns ...
 
News and politics unlocked, from the producers of Oh God, What Now? The Bunker is fearless, independent politics talk for Britain and beyond. We examine the big issues with humour and expertise, cutting through the claptrap to make sense of what’s really going on – and give you the fighting spirit to keep on keeping on. Every day we release explainers, penetrating interviews, fresh perspective and under-reported stories to rescue you from everyday Punch & Judy news coverage. It's the only wa ...
 
Based on his live one-man show Rock & Roll Politics, the broadcaster and author Steve Richards takes a weekly behind the scenes tour of UK politics and the media that shapes the way we view the epic political dramas. The future is ridiculously unpredictable and the past is so easy to misread. Subscribe to your weekly guide through seismic times.
 
Sebastian Payne takes you into the corridors of power to unwrap, analyse and debate British politics with a regular lineup of expert Financial Times correspondents and informed commentators. New episodes available every Saturday morning. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Scottish politics dissected from a left, pro-independence stance. Each week, award-winning broadcaster and journalist, Lesley Riddoch chews over the week’s news with former media lecturer and Dundee United fan, Pat Joyce. If you like intelligent, quirky chat about Scottish society and culture, and Scottish, UK and international politics analysed from a Scottish perspective; this podcast is for you.
 
The podcast about the British royal family from ITV News. Every week, our Royal Editor Chris Ship and Royal Producer Lizzie Robinson look back at the big stories they've been out covering over the last seven days, sharing their insight and bringing you interviews with a range of guests.
 
New era, new name: Welcome to Pod Save The King, the award-winning Royal podcast from the Daily Mirror. The Royal family is finding its way in a new era. Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles III began his reign alongside Camilla, The Queen Consort. William and Kate became Prince and Princess of Wales. As the family changes, rifts remain with Harry and Meghan across the Atlantic and Prince Andrew is still in the aftermath of the Newsnight interview. There is joy too, as Pri ...
 
The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
 
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From the creators of The White Vault and Dark Dice comes a new tale of mystery. After his brother, Colin, goes missing on a UK road trip, American Neal leaves his comfort zone in search of Colin at is last known location; Cruxmont, UK. There, Neal meets Dr. Kingston, a neurologist with her own goal in mind; finding the source of an unrecognizable miracle.
 
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PLEASE LISTEN TO ‘SEASON 7 - EPISODE 23’ FOR PART ONE OF THIS THREE-PART CASE. On February 10th, 1975, almost a month since Lesley Whittle’s kidnapping, detectives announced that the suspect was “the most wanted man in Britain”… (Part 2 of 3). *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane. Script e…
 
Nurses, rail staff and royal mail workers are expected to strike this winter. Will Rishi Sunak’s ‘Operation Get Tough’ have any impact? And as protests continue to rage in China, the PM used the lavish Lord Mayor’s Banquet earlier this week to announce the ‘golden era’ of relations with China is over. The Guardian’s John Harris is joined by Rafael …
 
Affairs often ruin lives and destroy families, but when the affair is between a man and his daughter-in-law, the mother of his grandchild, the feelings naturally run very deep. And this is the case in the story today from Stowmarket, near Ipswich in the east of England. But as the family tried to come to terms with what had happened, they were rock…
 
The UK has a jobs crisis – too many vacancies, and not enough people to fill them. Is migration the fix? The end of free movement of EU workers is partially to blame for the worker shortage – and filling the swathes of roles across the NHS, social care, hospitality and construction is not an easy task. Madeleine Sumption, director of the Migration …
 
The world’s largest cryptocurrency fund has become embroiled in the turmoil swirling around the troubled sector, Jeremy Hunt announces a £55bn fiscal squeeze as UK economic outlook darkens, and negotiators at the COP27 UN climate conference in Egypt burned the midnight oil to eke out an agreement before the conference closes today. Mentioned in thi…
 
Gordon Brown's New Britain Report promised a radical examination of the state of the UK. We see if it lives up to Labour's hype. Trust us, it doesn't. The opinion polls and the recent Chester by election result suggest that Labour, either as a minority or majority, will form the Westminster government post the 2024 General Election. Where does this…
 
US stocks fell after new data showed the US services sector grew last month, PwC plans to take advantage of uncertainty at EY by poaching some of its rival’s most senior executives, and China is catching up to Europe in EV battery production. Plus, the FT’s Working It podcast host, Isabel Berwick, talks about a multi-part series on the four-day wor…
 
As Jacob Rees-Mogg et al keep telling us the sunlit uplands of Brexitville are just over the horizon, we pick apart their broken promises. What’s fallen to the wayside on the way to this broken Brexit apparently nobody voted for? Plus, the panel looks at protests in China and Iran, and the regime change they could effect. And finally, we ask: “Why …
 
Well ahead in the polls, Keir Starmer becomes more confident and authoritative. He has learnt the lesson that ‘tax and spend’ debate is impossible for Labour to win in opposition but can be won in government. In my view the opposite applies to constitutional reform…Plus, brilliant responses to Hancock in the jungle and whether trains are better in …
 
Statistics dictate policy – but what if our data sets are wrong? How are numbers manipulated for political gain? These are questions that House of Commons Library statistician Georgina Sturge answers in her new book Bad Data: How Governments, Politicians and the Rest of Us Get Misled by Numbers. She tells Alex Andreou about how data is used to make…
 
Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Dennis, Chris Sutton and Tim Vickery for reaction to Brazil’s sensational 4-1 win over South Korea.The guys discuss how Tite’s side are likely to get on against their quarter-final opponents Croatia, who beat Japan on penalties. And James Maddison speaks to Emma Saunders after England’s 3-0 win over Senegal.…
 
Topics this week include Toby and James include James’ sell-out gig at the Backyard Comedy Club in Bethnal Green, Toby’s four after-dinner speaking gigs in the past seven days (including one for the Totnes Young Conservatives) the unseemly haste with which poor Lady Hussy was thrown under a bus after asking Ngozi Fulani where she was from at a Buck…
 
Today former prime minister Gordon Brown has released a review which includes recommendations to overhaul the constitution and replace the House of Lords. Could Labour push through reform? Also on the podcast, after Kier Starmer said that he doesn't see Jeremy Corbyn standing at the next election, has Starmer finally silenced the far left faction i…
 
A Tory MP exodus rolls on as the Government looks to turn public opinion against striking workers as more walkouts loom. Is there any chance of deals ahead of Christmas action? And the Online Safety Bill returns to the Commons, while Labour has its say on the Lords. Plus, we look at the latest from protests in Iran and China, as well as US politica…
 
One Thursday afternoon, I stepped out to cross a city street – and woke up in hospital with broken bones and a brain injury. After I recovered, I started looking into why so many drivers just don’t stop. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodBy The Guardian
 
EU and US officials meet today to discuss the effect Washington’s green subsidies plan is having on Europe and Opec is standing pat as the cartel awaits a price cap on Russian oil to go into effect. Plus, the FT’s Katie Martin explains how fund managers are struggling in the new era of higher interest rates. Mentioned in this podcast: Von der Leyen…
 
During the early weeks of the pandemic, the government was scrambling to find protective clothing for health workers. The Tory peer recommended one supplier to the government – but how far did her links with it go?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocusBy The Guardian
 
Mark Chapman and guests react to England 3-0 Senegal in the World Cup last 16. He’s joined by ex-England players Micah Richards, Matt Upson, Rob Green and Ellen White. Hear from goalscorers Bukayo Saka, Jordan Henderson and Harry Kane, as well as Phil Foden and Gareth Southgate.INTERVIEWS:12:45 – Foden,16:30 – Saka,28:55 – Southgate,38:35 – Henders…
 
The government could use the army to help ease the disruptions caused by possible public sector strikes, Conservative Party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi told Sky’s Sophy Ridge. Sophy is joined by Sebastian Payne, Whitehall Editor at the Financial Times, to analyse Zahawi’s comments. Also, Sophy and Sebastian discuss German ambassador to the UK Miguel Ber…
 
Climate change remains a key political issue. But with multiple crises mounting, are the Greens a one policy party? Ros Taylor is joined by Zack Polanski, deputy leader of the Green Party, to talk about what they want and what's missing from mainstream political discourse. “Only two countries used FPTP – Belarus and the UK.” “Too often politics ope…
 
Kelly Cates is joined by Pat Nevin, Tim Vickery and former Australia captain Mile Jedinak to reflect on Argentina’s 2-1 win over Australia in the last 16, as Lionel Messi scored in the 1,000th game of his career.Argentina will now face Netherlands in the quarter-finals, so Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan drops by to discuss their 3-1 win over…
 
This is the Royal Rota - our weekly podcast about the royal family, with ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship and Producer Lizzie Robinson. This week, Chris and Lizzie recorded the Royal Rota from Boston, where Kate and William held their annual Earthshot climate change awards. As well as chatting about the ceremony, they discuss Meghan and Harry's upc…
 
Apart from football, the men’s World Cup in Qatar has also led to analysis and discussion around the country’s human rights, including its treatment towards LGBT people. Qatar is far from the only country where someone’s sexuality is considered an issue, so we decided to bring together members of the LGBT community from various countries - includin…
 
Britain is seeing a swelling wave of industrial action this winter, from nurses to rail workers. Is the country facing a de facto general strike and is there an economic landing zone for the government and workers? We discuss what the different unions want. Plus, we examine Sir Keir Starmer's strategy for attacking Rishi Sunak - does it amount to c…
 
Joe Biden is set for a tough couple of years with a Republican majority in the House of Representatives. How will the GOP look to hurt the president? Dr Thomas Gift, director of UCL’s Centre on US Politics, joins Jacob Jarvis in to tell us about how Biden’s enemies will enact their revenge. • “Anything Joe biden wants to get done between now and th…
 
Sorrow for Suarez, Grinch Sutton and a Cameroonian Christmas CarolKelly Cates is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and South American football expert Tim Vickery - as the group stages came to a close in typically dramatic fashion.Cameroon are out of the tournament, despite a famous win over Brazil, and a 91st minute winner for South Korea…
 
This week we discuss whether we should have boycotted the World Cup in Qatar, whether China should boycott its zero-Covid policy, and why the Supreme Court in London is boycotting Scotland’s right to hold independence referendums. Joining us are us, in person! Image based on American football, August 2019 by Dave Adamson…
 
Has the announcement of an upcoming Netflix documentary series, plus a racism row involving Prince William's godmother, blighted a royal trip to the US?Royal correspondent Jonny Dymond is on to discuss.Also, we check in with our World cup Sweepstake as BBC Breakfast’s Jon Kay analyses Japan’s World Cup success, while the BBC’s Emma Vardy has high h…
 
What kind of country is Britain today? That might be a rather broad question, but thanks to the recently published census, we can have a stab at answering it – at least for England and Wales. For this week's topical podcast we kick off with deep dive into those findings, what they say about Britain's demography and, in particular, the rapidly decli…
 
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