Award-winning LBC radio presenter, CNN political commentator and ‘For the Many’ podcast co-host, Iain Dale brings his acclaimed, incisive insight on current affairs as he speaks with high profile media and political figures.
Lord Simon Woolley
Iain Dale talks to Simon Woolley, now Lord Woolley of Woodford, about his new autobiography, SOAR: MY JOURNEY FROM COUNCIL ESTATE TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Iain Dale talks to former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor about his life and career. They discuss his eight years in parliament which ended in 1987 and spend the second half of the podcast discussing the allegations made against him by Operation Midland and the years it has taken to clear his name. It’s at times a difficult listen, with some tears along the way.
Dr Shola Mos Shogbamimu
Iain Dale talks to author and broadcaster Dr Shola Mos Shogbamimu about her views, her life, campaigning, faith and beliefs.
Iain Dale interviews his colleague and LBC late night legend Clive Bull about his life and career in radio.
Iain Dale talks to former Tribune editor and United Nations correspondent Mark Seddon about his life and career. Iain and Mark were at university together, and they have a few anecdotes to tell!
Iain Dale interviews broadcaster Nick Robinson about the world of radio and television news coverage, the skills of presenting, his reporting from Ukraine and much else besides. A video version of this interview can be found on the LBC Youtube channel.
I’ve been listening to Steve as long as I can remember and this was just chatting between two friends and I loved every moment, a big thank you to you both gentlemen.
Superb guest’s interesting stories really enjoyable
Wonderful conversations at a natural pace
Iain Dale’s podcasts have been a joy to listen to for me over recent months. This one has become a particular favourite. I enjoy hearing about the lives of politicians and journalists, but particularly like it when I’m introduced to someone from a line of work I previously had no knowledge of or interest in. One such example was the interview with taekwondo athlete Lutalo Muhammad. He came across as an extremely sincere, likeable and driven chap and I am now a fan of his. And he almost certainly has a future in broadcasting what with his engaging personality and great radio voice. Iain Dale is already a great broadcaster and I recommend this podcast without reservation.