‘The Facts Podcast’ wants you to join its hosts on a journey to have better understanding of our popular culture, current affairs and our place in the world through the application of thorough research and intelligent conversation.
A Royal Fiasco
Following last week's episode, Dan and Mike discuss the interview between Oprah Winfrey and the Duke & Duchess of Sussex.
Megxit, Brexit and The Budget
The boys were supposed to discuss more than just the situation with the former Duke and Duchess of Sussex but technical difficulties cut the episode short.
In case you don't get to watch the interview, which will be shown at 9pm in the UK on ITV, here' a link to a summary of their conversation:
Trust you'll enjoy.
EP9: Joe Biden
Dan and Michael discuss the recent election of US president Joe Biden and their early views on how he will fare over the next 4 years.
EP8 - The Storming of the US Capitol
On January 6 a mob infiltrated the US Capitol building, making it into the House and Senate chamber. Their goal seemingly to interrupt the peaceful transfer of power to Joe Biden after president Donald Trump had repeatedly claimed that he was the true winner of the recent elections and his supporters needed to fight back. The events have been described as an attempt at "coup d'etat" by some and Trump as a "seditionist".
What Dan and Michael are certain of is this occurrence is another blow to the reputation and credibility of the United States. On the episode they discuss the run out to the events on the January and what they mean for the United States going forward.
Battle of The Nigerian Giants, part 1
Dan and Michael return to one of the initial themes of The Facts Podcast, music, and give a critique of the latest albums released by four of Nigeria's most popular musicians, Burna Boy, Davido, Olamide and Wizkid.
Following the wave of protest across Nigeria, Dan and Mike give thoughts on the situation and why the youth in the country have taken to the streets en masse.