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Sin and Solace Season 3, Episode 3: The Chair – Sin and Solace: A Dramatic Serial


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Jeremiah “Sin” Sinclair is an assassin, employed by a company known only as “The Corporation.” Join him and his best friend, Trevor “Solace” Solento, as they visit an old acquaintance…

New Statesman Podcast: Four Conferences


October 17,2019

On this week’s New Statesman Podcast, Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea have finally completely their conference marathon, returning from Aberdeen with tales of the Granite City, the SNP, and Richard Curtis. In You Ask Us, they tackle your questions about Boris Johnson’s deal and, finally, Ailbhe brings tidings from the candidates to fill John Bercow shoes as Speaker.



Source: 7 Best Podcasts On UK Politics

One of the most annoying things about being busy is I hardly ever feel like I have the time and space to sit down and read (so long as the words aren’t on my phone screen.) There’s so many awesome publications dedicated to news and comment on UK politics and The New Statesman is one of the best. In this podcast, political editor Stephen Bush and Helen Lewis are joined by a whole host of other guests and presenters to get to the bottom of what’s going on. A super easy listen and very chatty in tone, The New Statesman Podcast is the perfect companion to the gym if you want to work out your mind as well as your body.

The Economist: South Africa: Rugby’s Race Problem

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Coffee House Shots – a Spectator podcast: Isabel Hardman’s Sunday Interviews Roundup – 20/10/19




October 20,2019

Isabel Hardman rounds up the best of Sunday’s political interviews. 



About this podcast

Instant political analysis from the Spectator’s top team of writers, including Fraser Nelson, James Forsyth, Isabel Hardman, Katy Balls, Alex Massie and many others.


BBC News: Brexit extension requested


Economist Radio: I can do that, Dave: AI and warfare


19 September 2019

This podcast

Artificial intelligence is making its way into every aspect of life, including military conflict. We look at the thorny legal and ethical issues that the newest arms race raises. Three executives from Fukushima’s melted-down nuclear-power plant were cleared of negligence today, but the disaster’s aftermath is far from over. And, what a swish new Chinese restaurant in Havana says about China-Cuba relations.

About this series

Named after Charles Babbage, a 19th-century polymath and grandfather of computing, Babbage is a weekly podcast on science and technology. Host Kenneth Cukier talks to our correspondents about the innovations, discoveries and gadgetry making the news. Published every Wednesday on Economist Radio.

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