Interviews and rants from radio shows

Radio Solent Drive – 21st September 2018

My first gig on the BBC – drivetime on BBC Radio Solent one Friday afternoon. Here some bits of it.

Crocs are heading south

Crocodiles are slowly heading south, thanks to climate change. That plus all the other big news of the week from down under.

The lady don’t care

The First Lady turned up at a child detention centre wearing a jacket with the words “I Don’t Care’ on the back. What was she thinking?

Watch the final hour of That Saturday Night Thing

I Periscoped the last hour of my last show on LoveSport Radio. You can watch it back here.

Brexit – two years, no progress

Martin Fletcher, former foreign editor at The Times, talks about the lack of progress on Brexit negotiations.

Is the Internet making us lose reason?

Jamie Bartlett wrote ‘The People versus Tech – how the internet is killing democracy’. I spoke to him on my show on LoveSport Radio.

Ice melting faster than we thought

New research shows the effects of climate change could be accelerating. I talk to Professor Andrew Shepherd about the acceleration in the melting of polar ice.

May’s Deadlock

This week Theresa May has to win over the rebel Tory MPs if she is to get her EU Withdrawal Bill over the line. So why is it so contentious?

The two dictators meet

Oops! Fox News describing the summit in Singapore between Trump and Kin Jong Un as a meeting of the two dictators. Hang on, we haven’t got that page in the script yet! Have a listen …

Richard Kazimer on Trump’s tariffs, border control and a family cashing in

The US President pisses off the G7 and claims to have won the World Cup.

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