Cross Border Interviews With Chris Brown January 28th, 2022

Had a lovely time yelling about current British politics to the ace Chris Brown for his Cross Border Interviews podcast. Have a listen below as it’s becoming less topical by the minute. Or find it on: Spotify : https://spoti.fi/3yHuDQd Youtube: https://bit.ly/3fnM0Oy

Parody Boris Johnson Podcast July 29th, 2021

I’m on the very funny Parody Boris Johnson podcast this week answering some excellent comedy Qs from the Parody PM himself. Have a listen: https://pod.fo/e/dc94a

Partly Political Broadcast returns! September 1st, 2020

The podcast has returned after its short summer break. First ep back is gags on all the politics of the past few weeks, plus a chat with assistant headteacher and former DfE advisor Caroline Spalding about the schools returning. Have a listen, share and subscribe at this here link: https://www.podfollow.com/partly-political-broadcast

This week’s tweet entries in The Poke August 26th, 2020

I occasionally get some of my gags on Twitter in the very fun website The Poke and then usually forget to share it when I do. Starting with this week, and whenever I can remember, I’ll pop the links on here should you fancy a laugh/polite smirk/abject wailing. Here are this week’s:   1. Boris […]

5 Political Podcasts to Listen To Before The Election May 30th, 2017

From strong and stable leadership to nationalising the railways, energy firms, and education system, this General Election feels like it’s been a blur of manifesto promises, misleading headlines and half-baked TV debates. If you’re fed up of the noise, unclear on the facts, and still undecided on which party will get your vote come 8th June, we’ve […]

Its Time To Scrap The Ban On Satirising Parliament March 7th, 2016

“UK government officially scared of clowns” read Charlie Brooker’s tweet. The Newswipe host was referring to continued government support for a ban on parliamentary footage being used in “light entertainment” or “a programme of political satire”. Brooker’s sister-in-law, Labour MP Rupa Huq, had requested that the 1989 rule be revisited. Unfortunately, the leader of the House […]