Andy returns in his most explosive episode yet. He grills Andrew Neil, the coward; discusses hard-left trolls with Barry from Swindon, AKA Dadtanian; reconnects with June, his northern lady friends; and chats to Braincase Rob about the Braincase Britannia games console.
The President and the First Lady have Covid, the biggest health threat to a sitting U.S. President in decades. Anthony is joined by Bill Browder, investor, entrepreneur and geopolitical expert to get his take on this bombshell news, and the repercussions for the election and the economy. The first presidential debate this week was an embarrassment to the country. Anthony talks to the national political correspondent at TIME magazine, and author of political bestseller ‘Pelosi’, Molly Ball, to get her analysis. Even some of the President’s strongest supporters were surprised at the venom Trump spewed Biden’s way during Tuesday’s debate - and there is growing concern about the chaos that could follow on November 3rd. Anthony examines the challenges facing the United States with internationally-respected journalist, former editor of Britain’s Sunday Times and heavyweight BBC anchor, Andrew Neil. Follow our guests on Twitter:@Billbrowder @mollyesque @afneil Follow us:@moochfm@scaramucci Sign up for our newsletter at:www.mooch.fmPodcast created & produced by Right Angles:www.right-angles.global
Quantum 114 - Armenia, the Debate, Harry and Meghan, Andrew Neil, Clapton, Anarchy in the UK and much more!
Quantum - The Wee Flea Podcast
1) Armenian and Azerbaijan https://www.theweek.co.uk/108207/what-is-happening-between-armenia-azerbaijan-are-they-at-war?_mout=1&utm_campaign=theweekdaily_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter 2) The Debate of Despair https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bu2ADUJnBHc 3) Harry and Meghan - 4) Helen Reddy – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rptW7zOPX2E 5) China and Uyghurs - https://www.theweek.co.uk/107403/uyghurs-china-cultural-genocide?_mout=1&utm_campaign=theweekdaily_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter https://www.christianpost.com/news/chinese-textbook-rewrites-bible-claims-jesus-stoned-woman-to-death.html?uid=38b40306c7 6) Kristie Higgs https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/the-creep-of-internet-censorship?utm_medium=email&utm_source=CampaignMonitor_Editorial&utm_campaign=WEEK%20%2020200926%20%20AL%20%20Tellworth%20%20NEW%20TEMPLATE+CID_02d36f861ecadbfbadb79985cd9680da 7) Tasmanian Devils https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/senator-supporters-face-extraordinary-threat-of-fines-for-insulting-antidiscrimination-commissioner/news-story/c64fd64a123f58c9ecb9fb3aad5cbd1f?utm_source=TheAustralian&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=edit... 8) Andrew Neil - https://www.theguardian.com/media/2020/sep/25/andrew-neil-launches-24-hour-new-channel-to-rival-bbc-and-sky?CMP=fb_gu&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1601056382 9) Ian Paul on Covid - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hJusnMad3A 10) Covid Rebels – Eric Clapton. 11) Anarchy in the UK – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16KYvfIc2bE In Christ Alone – Keith and Kristyn Getty and Alison Krauss…
Episode 16: Andrew Neil, Donald Trump, Kent Access Permit, Starmer on Scotland, new Covid-19 regulations - weekly round-up!
Midfielders, we've missed you! Today's bumper episode of the podcast begins with coverage of Andrew Neil's BBC departure - and what it means for the future of broadcasting in the UK. We then shift over to the States, where Donald Trump has once again stoked fears he could send the Presidential Election to the Supreme Court. After that, we spoke about the politics of Kent, Brexit, and access permits. We also react to Sir Kier Starmer's Indy Ref 2 comments, and the government's new Covid-19 regulations and schemes. Timestamps: 00:00 - "What caught your attention over the past seven days?" 07:26 - Andrew Neil leaves BBC, joins GB News... 27:00 - Will Trump guarantee a peaceful transfer of power? 40:00 - Welcome to Kent, the Garden of England. 50:00 - Starmer-rama and Scottish independence 61:00 - Covid-19. Stay Safe, Keep Voting. Links: · Midfield Politics – Twitter · Luke James – Twitter / Portfolio · Zak Green – Twitter Get in Touch: Interested in sponsoring the show, have a guest request, or would like to contribute to the discussion? You can reach us via email@example.com or @MidfieldPolitic on Twitter. -- Black Lives Matter: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/0/d/1p7QxOvtvRfHUoMWib8coGHSS8szENXzSjIZKpvp-gtA/htmlview
Commons Relocation, Twitter, Laughing Gas and Andrew Neil
The Independent Republic of Mike Graham
Political Editor of The Sun on Sunday David Wooding starts the show with the possibility of the Commons moving up north to York, and Dr Julian Lewis having the whip removed. Will Geddes speaks about major US Twitter accounts being hacked. Conservative MP for Stockton South, Matt Vickers talks about the rising concern of laughing gas, and Paul Connew tells Mike about The Andrew Neil Show coming to an end on the BBC as cuts are unveiled. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The French President Emmanuel Macron visits the UK today, to mark 80 years since Charles de Gaulle’s famous wartime broadcast. We get football legend David Ginola to read it to us. And, Andrew Neil moonlights as our French correspondent to tell us how Macron has handled the Coronavirus crisis. Also, Carol Vorderman tells us her concerns about the growing divide between children not attending school. And gives us an impromptu maths lesson. Producers: Frankie Tobi, Ben Weisz, Harriet Noble, Lucy Boast and James Mallet.Editor: Dino Sofos
DAILY TRAIL: Brexit Exit for MEP's & Andrew Neil still waiting for Boris
For The Many
In this episode, Shelagh and Iain look at whether the wheels are starting to come off Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party with the loss of four MEP’s? Boris Johnson refuses to commit to doing an interview with Andrew Neil. Is Sajid Javid right or wrong when he says Labour are to blame for the rise in homelessness and seventy Labour staffers give statements to antisemitism inquiry. Plus would Jeremy Corbyn stand down if he loses this election?
This week we speak to Tom Hamilton, a former advisor to Ed Miliband and Jeremy Corbyn on how a politician can go into an interview with the likes of Andrew Neil or Emily Maitlis and come out alive. We also dig into some big, meaty issues and get the low-down on how trade deals actually work with trade expert Dmitry Grozoubinski, and what strategic challenges are facing NATO with the former Vice President of the Atlantic Treaty Association, David Landon Cole. Plus! We catch up with Blakeley Nixon to see how his election season is going without social media. ***Join our Patreon and support a voice of sanity in a world that has gone mad.*** Follow The Pod Delusion on Twitter and Facebook. Follow your host, James O'Malley, on Twitter. You can email him on psythor(at)gmail.com with any comments or queries! You can follow Dr Liz too. Tom Hamilton is the co-author of Punch and Judy Politics: An Insiders' Guide To Prime Minister's Questions. Dmitry Grozoubinski is our trade mastermind, and runs workshops and courses at Explain Trade. David Landon Cole was our NATO expert. You can also follow Blakeley on Twitter, not that he'll be tweeting much between now and the election.