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Steve Richards presents the Rock N Roll Politics podcast

May 31, 2021

Ed Miliband discusses some of the ideas in his new book 'Go Big' and why he feels freer to express his thoughts now compared with when he was Labour leader...Plus reflections on Dominic Cummings...and your latest questions on Labour's future, G7 and T Blair's foreign policy

Rock N Roll Politics is live at Kings Place on...


May 23, 2021

The Diana/Bashir crisis is more nuanced than the media frenzy suggests but the layers of BBC 'senior managers', where lines of responsibility are blurred and the output is often a distant consideration, are the constant factors in the various avoidable crises-Diana, Cliff, Gilligan/Kelly etc. Plus brilliant questions on...


May 15, 2021

It is a sign that Labour is in crisis when its leader is inundated with advice...much of it contradictory and more vague than the assertive tone of the many contributors to the debate about Labour's future..Listen or read carefully to the likes of Tony Blair, Peter Mandelson, Angela Rayner and John McDonnell ...and...


May 12, 2021

Rock N Roll Politics is streaming live from my boudoir for the last time tonight...the theatres are reopening soon!

Get you tickets here and see you at 7pm:

https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/words/steve-richards-presents-rock-n-roll-politics/


May 10, 2021

The current political situation is like the best political thrillers where nothing is quite what it seems...a contrast to Brexit which was a rollercoaster thriller but all of it on the surface. There were no mysteries. There are lots of mysteries now. If we don't crack them on the podcast we will do so live on...