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Beth Rigby Interviews... Gordon Brown

Beth Rigby Interviews...

Sky News' political editor Beth Rigby is back from reporting on the prime minister's trip to the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Rwanda. On this episode, she sits down with former prime minister Gordon Brown. He says he believes Britain is "at war with America over Ireland" - as US politicians oppose plans to override the Northern Ireland Protocol.Plus, your emails, with producer Mollie Malone, and a big update for podcast regulars.


30 Jun 2022

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Reagan Richards & Gordon Brown

A Discussion With Dean Cramer

In this episode I talk with Reagan Richards and Gordon Brown who perform in the New Jersey based duo Williams Honor . Reagan appeared in hit TV shows and was a backing vocalist for several popular artists while Gordon Brown played in three bands, with each band scoring a major record deal that had him open for Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen.


8 May 2022

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Episode 38: Michael Jacobs | Former Special Adviser to Gordon Brown

Money Talks with Liam Halligan

In this episode, Liam talks to Michael Jacobs, Professorial Fellow at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) at Sheffield University. Prior to joining SPERI, Michael was Director of the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice, based at the UK think tank the Institute for Public Policy Research. From 2004–2007 he was a member of the Council of Economic Advisers at the UK Treasury. And until 2010 Michael was a Special Adviser to Prime Minister Gordon Brown, with responsibility for energy, environment and climate policy. Since leaving government, Michael has continued to stay in close touch with leading Parliamentarians and remains a highly-influential figure within Labour’s policy-making circles, as the party formulates proposals to challenge the government. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


1 Apr 2022

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, Gordon Brown, Chris Mullin and the Framing of Stories / with Joyce McMillan

Talk Media

Stuart and Eamonn are joined by journalist and theatre critic, Joyce McMillan. This week - Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s press conference, Gordon Brown’s IndyRef2 intervention, the Chris Mullin court ruling and a listener question about the framing of stories and issues. At the end of the episode, Stuart, Eamonn and Joyce share their personal media recommendations. To listen to the full hour-long episode, and for a full list of recommendations, join the Talk Media Club (99p per week + VAT): patreon.com/talkmedia After I’ve joined the club, how do I listen? Download the Patreon app (iOS/Android) and login with your account details. For more information about Talk Media, go to: www.thebiglight.com/talkmedia


23 Mar 2022

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Gordon Brown on the Cost of Living Crisis [LIVE EPISODE]

Our Scottish Future

On Wednesday 16th March, Gordon Brown sat down with an online audience to share his plan to tackle the looming cost of living crisis and reveals why any solution must be rooted in better cooperation between governments.Next month, when gas bills are set to rocket, households across the UK will be plunged into the deepest cost-of living crisis since the 1970s. We urgently need a plan to deal with this crisis. For 13 years in government between 1997 and 2010, Gordon Brown steered the UK economy back to growth, slashing child and pensioner poverty. At this event, he shared his plan to tackle this economic crisis and took questions from our audience.


17 Mar 2022

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Max and Nabil welcome former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown on the Oxfam EQUALS podcast for an incisive interview.The pandemic is far from over. Vaccine inequality rages on. We ask Gordon what he would do if he was leading the G20 today – and how to rally the world’s leaders to act, as he did in response to the global financial crash.Gordon Brown is the World Health Organization’s Ambassador for Global Health Financing, and a member of Club de Madrid forum – the world’s largest forum of democratic former Presidents and Prime Ministers.Make sure you share the podcast on social media and leave a review! We’re at @EQUALShope on Twitter. For more information about the people’s vaccine movement check out @peoplesvaccine.If you’re joining us on EQUALS for the first time, tune in to our earlier interviews – from talking with the award-winning journalist Gary Younge on what we can learn from Martin Luther King Jr to fight inequality, to rebel feminist economist Jayati Ghosh, best-selling author Anand Giridharadas on whether we need billionaires, and the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva on what communism has to do with today’s pandemic.Photo Credit: Christian Aid/www.alexbakerphotography.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


11 Feb 2022

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Ep. 475 — Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown grew up the son of a minister in an industrial Scottish town before ascending the ranks of Britain’s Labour Party to eventually serve as Prime Minister. Since leaving office, The Rt. Hon. Brown has focused on social justice, most recently speaking out on the shortfalls in the international response to Covid-19. He joined David to talk about his concerns over increased nationalism in Europe and around the globe, how he views the United States’ role in world affairs, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and how almost losing his eye sight led to a career in politics. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

1hr 1min

27 Jan 2022

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Mary Beard's Forbidden Art; The Mormons and Tonga; Gordon Brown


What is the purpose of religious images and why have some of them caused controversy over the centuries? These are two of the questions addressed by the classics scholar Professor Mary Beard in a two part BBC2 series called ‘Mary Beard on Forbidden Art’. Mary joins Dr Fozia Bora, Associate Professor of Islamic History at the University of Leeds, to discuss some of the themes and ideas in her new documentary.The former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has put his weight behind a campaign to get aid flowing to Afghanistan. Along with Save the Children and a group of faith leaders, he is launching an online petition to persuade the British government to convene an aid conference so that the country’s needs are met. He joins Edward Stourton to discuss the desperate situation in Afghanistan.In 1942, a Jewish woman in Vienna called Kamilla wrote a long letter to her children who had escaped Nazi-occupied Europe and were living in Britain. It was the last letter they got from her. Not long after she wrote it, she was deported and eventually murdered at Auschwitz. 80 years later the letter has become the inspiration for an musical way of marking Holocaust Memorial Day, which falls on Thursday this coming week. The album 'Letter to Kamilla' is the work of the composer Benjamin Till in collaboration with Michael Etherton, the Musical Director of a Jewish male vocal ensemble called Mosaic Voices and also Kamilla’s great grandson. Michael and Benjamin are in studio to talk about Kamilla and the music her letter has inspired.Producers:Helen LeeCarmel LonerganEditor:Tim Pemberton


23 Jan 2022

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New Zealand trip recap with Gordon Brown - special episode #9 [ENG]

Radio Peloton

Couple weeks ago me and Gordon met up in Spain to get some warm weather bike riding done. One evening we decided to sit down and recap our 2020 NZ trip where we both got stuck because of Covid restrictions. Quite a few funny memories were brought back in this one so sit back, listen and enjoy!  If you have any tips or suggestions feel free to drop us a message. Cheers! Gordon Brown - https://www.instagram.com/gbrownmtb/ Teodor Kováč - https://www.instagram.com/teodorkovac/

1hr 24mins

4 Jan 2022

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October 31, 2021 | On GPS: Former UK PM Gordon Brown on the G20 meeting; Former US Special Rep. for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad on lessons from the end of America’s longest war

Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed speaks to former British Prime Minister and current WHO Ambassador for Global Health Financing Gordon Brown about the G20 meeting in Rome and what needed to be resolved on COVID-19, climate change and more. Then, Fareed sits down with Zalmay Khalilzad, Former U.S. Special Rep. for Afghanistan Reconciliation, to discuss the lessons learned from the U.S. withdrawal and the future of the war-torn nation. Plus, Stephanie Kelton, Prof. of Public Policy & Economics at Stony Brook University and author of the book "The Deficit Myth," explains why we shouldn’t be worried about the price tags on the Biden bills awaiting votes in Congress. Lastly, Fareed examines how Trump’s “big lie” political playbook is being adopted by the president of Brazil as he tries to cling to political power.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy


31 Oct 2021