The chancellor drops four Es.
Newsnight's economics editor Ben Chu discusses Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's strategy, and what all those Es stand for.
Chris Packham also joins from Ken Hill Farm in Norfolk, where he's been filming a special Winterwatch in which he interviews Sir David Attenborough.
And Josh Widdicombe tells Adam what it was like reporting for local papers across the UK with his friend Nish Kumar for a new TV show.
Today's episode was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Miranda Slade and Amy Elizabeth. The technical producer was Dafydd Evans. The senior news editor was Damon Rose.
As a HMRC boss says there are “no penalties for innocent errors”, Adam and Chris talk through the latest with Nadhim Zahawi’s tax affairs.
They’re joined by shadow foreign secretary David Lammy, who sets out Labour’s view on the UK’s relationship with Europe.
And Dame Arlene Foster, former first minister of Northern Ireland, talks about breaking the Brexit stalemate in Northern Ireland, and the state of the the Good Friday Agreement.
This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and Chris Mason, and was made by Chris Flynn with Danny Wittenberg. The senior news editor was Sam Bonham.
Is the West’s supply of tanks to Ukraine a game-changer?
Adam is joined by Ukrainecast’s Vitaly Shevchenko and BBC Europe editor Katya Adler to discuss whether the delivery of battle tanks from Washington and Berlin to Kyiv will make any kind of difference in the war against Russia.
And we perform a check-up on the health service with Chris Hopson, chief strategy officer for NHS England.
Today’s episode was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Rufus Gray, Daniel Wittenberg and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Jonny Hall. The senior news editor was Sam Bonham.
Together in Electric Schemes
A million people have signed up to a scheme with the National Grid which rewards them with discounts if they reduce how much energy they use.
Adam finds out how one customer has already saved £35 after signing up to the scheme and Newsnight’s economics editor Ben Chu explains how it works and why it was introduced.
The BBC’s Home Affairs correspondent, June Kelly looks at the future of the probation service, after a report highlighted a catalogue of failings that left a serial offender free to murder Zara Aleena.
Today's episode was presented by Adam Fleming and was made by Tim Walklate with Madeleine Drury and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Louisa Lewis.
Newsreader Huw Edwards is in the Newscast studio to discuss addressing the nation following the Queen's death, the annual BBC Young Reporter Competition and why podcasts maybe aren't his thing.
Also, Adam and Chris are joined by tax expert Rebecca Benneyworth to crunch the numbers on Conservative party chairman Nadhim Zahawi's tax headache.
Today's episode was presented by Adam Fleming and was made by Tim Walklate with George Dabby, Madeleine Drury, Annabel Dry, and Daniel Wittenberg. The technical producer was Michael Regaard. The editor was Damon Rose.
Fasten Your Seatbelts For Greg James and Roisin Hastie
The BBC Radio 1 Breakfast duo takeover Newscast. They chat to Laura Kuenssberg about strikes, Sunak’s seatbelt, and unpopular opinions.
The BBC’s chief international correspondent, Lyse Doucet, speaks from Kabul after interviewing Amina Mohammed, who's leading the United Nations visit to Afghanistan.
And Newscast adopts "Animal News" from Radio 1 , with reports of a giant toads, shouting dolphins, and busy beavers.
Today’s episode was presented by Greg James and Roisin Hastie and was made by Chris Flynn with Daniel Wittenberg, Adam Chowdhury, Cordelia Hemming, and Rufus Gray. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Really enjoyable but
I’m no Top G bloke but can we have some proper man tone and not this whimsical cheeky chappy stuff all the while. Gravitas: there’s nothing wrong with it y’know.
Lost its way
Used to be good in the Brexitcast days, now it’s just vaguely annoying with lots of hahaha jokes and a lack of any serious analysis (it’s like a radio version of the One Show). This podcast is eclipsed by the Newsagents and Today in Focus.
Chris, please stop parroting minimum ‘safety’ levels, from the government messaging. There’s no mention of the word ‘safety’ in the bill, it’s NHS unions who are -in part- striking because there aren’t daily minimum service levels on non-strike days, which they point out is unsafe for patients! Thanks.