Emma interviews Iain Overton, journalist, writer and Director of Action on Armed Violence about his new book The Price of Paradise: How the Suicide bomber shaped the modern age.Read More
In this extraordinary episode, we talk about the budget and the new president of Brazil. But most importantly, Mark opens up about his past mental health issues.
His bravery is inspiring, but his point is that it shouldn't take bravery. It's an incredible conversation we were all honoured to be part of.Read More
There's only one topic this week as we didn't want to swear too much about Trump.
But as we welcome a slightly tired Nick Denys back off paternity leave, Mark Thompson and Emma Burnell grill him about what the Chequers Deal and the Tory civil war it has subsequently caused really mean.Read More
Emma Burnell interviews Angela Eagle MP about her new book, The New Serfdom: The triumph of Conservative Ideas and how to defeat them. The book is a comprehensive attack on the economics and policy of Friedrich Hayek and his disciples.Read More
Emma interviews James Bloodworth about his new book Hired. James spent six months undercover in low wage Britain and writes movingly about what he found.Read More
In this episode Mark Thompson and Emma Burnell discuss the lack of any coverage of republicanism in the wake of wall-to-wall royal wedding coverage, the opening of the Grenfell Inquiry and the resignation from the Labour Party of Ken Livingstone.Read More
No Mark this week - Emma gamely tries an AV anaolgy in his place.
In the meantime Emma Burnell and Nick Denys pay tribute to Tessa Jowell, discuss the ongoing Customs Union mess and Trump's ripping up of the Iran deal.Read More