Articles tagged Podcasts:

Reaction Media Column 19: Normal People & Payne's Politics

  • 3 Sep 2020

This article was originally published on Reaction.Life.   Normal People – BBC3 & iPlayer “And now it’s time for BBC3 on BBC1”. Eight words which usually encourage me to change channel more quickly than Boris Johnson can execute a screeching U-Turn. Its programmes ...

It Shouldn't Happen to a Radio Presenter 73: Isolation Station Podcast

  • 6 May 2020

This is a 17 minute podcast interview I did for Radio Today's 'Isolation Station' with Tony Dibbin. We covered a lot of ground but concentrated on what it's like broadcasting my radio show from home each night, what reaction I'm getting from listeners  and what it was like bre...

Announcing the 'Iain Dale - The Whole Show' Podcast

  • 4 Feb 2020

Back when I started on LBC in 2010 people's listening habits were much less complex than they are today. Very few people listened to podcasts in those days. Most listened to radio on normal linear platforms.There were few online listeners. Ten years on, things have changed dra...

'For the Many' Podcast Reviewed in The Observer

  • 2 Feb 2020

Since November 2017, Jacqui Smith and I have been recording a weekly podcast, called For the Many. We chat about politics, current affairs and the media and anything else that takes our fancy. Over time we have built up a very loyal audience and at the end of the podcast we ta...

My Top Thirty Podcast Recommendations

  • 25 Jan 2020

I find that I'm listening to more and more podcasts. Some of them are very well known and others I discover by accident or through personal recommendation. There's little doubt that listening to audio, as opposed to music, is on the cincrease, whether it's live speech radio, p...

Podcast: Iain's Interview on the 'Delingpod'

  • 28 Oct 2019

  What is a true conservative? And note the small ‘c’. On this week’s Delingpod you’ll find a 75 minute chat between James Delingpole and myself in which he accuses me of not being a proper conservative and being a bit ‘squishy’. I am apparently not ‘sound’ enough...

Come & See a Live 'For the Many' Podcast at Podcast Live on 7 April!

  • 22 Mar 2019

Let me tell you about something, which I think is really exciting. Throughout my political career I've tried to do things which enhance political engagement. I opened a political bookshop, I have run two political publishing companies, I was one of the first in the UK to start...

For the Many Podcast with Iain Dale & Jacqui Smith

  • 22 Feb 2019

BREAKING NEWS See Iain & Jacqui in a Live Edition of For the Many at PodcastLive in London on 7 April! Buy tickets HERE...   WHAT IS 'FOR THE MANY'? Back in November 18 Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith lauched a weekly podcast called FOR THE MANY. It's a one o...

Politico Column: In Which I Review 14 Brexit Podcasts

  • 11 Feb 2019

This column was written for Politico. We're told that people are bored of Brexit. So you might think there would not be much of market for Brexit-based podcasts. You’d be wrong. In fact, a burgeoning podcasting scene has grown up around analyzing and dissecting Britai...

20 (Good & Bad) Personal Reasons to Remember 2018

  • 29 Dec 2018

New Year is always a time to reflect on what's happened over the previous twelve months - the good and the bad. Friends you've made, loved ones you have lost. Lots of good things happened to me in 2018, but I am not going to pretend it was one of the best years of my life. ...