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Manchester Arena inquiry says victims were failed by security.

    Manchester Arena Inquiry

    Manchester Arena Inquiry

    Manchester Arena inquiry says victims were failed by security.

    BBC’s North of England correspondent Judith Moritz explains what the first of three reports from the inquiry into the Manchester Arena Attack has found. And Jeremy Hunt spills the beans on what it was like to quiz Matt Hancock and Dominic Cummings.

    Today's Newscast was made by Maz Ebtehaj with Rick Kelsey and Alix Pickles. Dino Sofos is the Editor.

    • 25 min.
    "Totally f***ing hopeless"

    "Totally f***ing hopeless"

    PM brands Matt Hancock 'hopeless' in texts revealed by Dominic Cummings.

    "Wtf do we do?" might have been the question the Prime Minister was asking himself this morning when Dominic Cummings decided to leak their private Whatsapp messages. Laura and Adam chat about that blog post.

    As inflation rises across the UK to 2.1%, above what was predicted, the BBC's Colletta Smith explains what the numbers mean, and why it matters.

    Plus, is it better for the environment to cycle or take the tube? On the day that the Committee on Climate Change releases another damning report into the government’s response to climate change, Chief Executive of the CCC Chris Stark tells Adam how we can change our behaviour to support the environment.

    Today’s Newscast was made by Maz Ebtehaj with Danny Wittenberg, Georgia Coan and Ben Cooper. The Studio Director was NicK Jones. Dino Sofos is the Editor.

    • 32 min.
    Aussie Rules

    Aussie Rules

    The UK has agreed a trade deal with Australia.

    The UK- Australia deal is the first trade deal the UK has agreed since it officially left the EU. What’s in it? And what will it mean for consumers and producers – both here and down under? Chris and Adam get into the detail with Anna Isaac, UK Trade & Economics Correspondent for POLITICO Europe.

    And there’s been a report published on the death of private investigator Daniel Morgan back in 1987 and the cover-up by the Metropolitan Police. The BBC’s Home Affairs Correspondent Tom Symonds looks at the findings.

    Today’s Newscast was made by Emma Close with Danny Wittenberg, Georgia Coan and Ben Cooper. The Studio Director was Emma Crowe. Dino Sofos is the Editor.

    • 34 min.
    D(elay) Day

    D(elay) Day

    England's lockdown easing has been delayed in England until the middle of July. What will it mean for weddings? And gigs? And why has government pushed things back in the first place? Laura, Fergus and Adam talk it all through... And also, this weekend, Israel got a new prime minister for the first time in 12 years! The BBC's Jeremy Bowen explains why the new government is such an unusual coalition and why we might not have seen the last of the unseated Benjamin Netanyahu.

    Today’s Newscast was made by Sam Bonham with Danny Wittenberg and Georgia Coan. The Studio Director was Danny Cox. Sam Bonham is the Assistant Editor. Dino Sofos is the Editor.

    • 34 min.
    NewsAmeriBrexitcast

    NewsAmeriBrexitcast

    Our G7 Special. Adam, Laura and Jon Sopel talk through the ins and outs of the G7 in Cornwall. It’s all sausage wars, seagulls and summit sun... Also, what do people think Boris Johnson will say about the June 21st easing?

    Today’s Newscast was made by Maz Ebtehaj. The Studio Director was Danny Cox. Sam Bonham is the Assistant Editor. Dino Sofos is the Editor.

    • 26 min.
    A Podcast Of Two Halves

    A Podcast Of Two Halves

    The world leaders are on the beach and the footballers are finally on the pitch. The BBC’s voice of football, John Murray, talks through who could be in with a chance at the Euros. And Laura joins Adam in Cornwall to chat through what’s happening at the G7 (as well as what might happen on Monday with Government’s opening up announcement).

    Today’s Newscast was made by Rick Kelsey with producers Georgia Coan and Natalie Ktena. Sam Bonham is the Assistant Editor, Dino Sofos is the Editor.

    • 31 min.

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65 beoordelingen

65 beoordelingen

NinaMJVW ,

Very good (too many Tories tho)

As a former UK resident and EU citizen, I find this podcast very informative and good fun. It definitely chops some trees in this impermeable forest that is all that is to know about Brexit. As much as I understand that the Conservative leader race is important for the outcome of Brexit, it feels like every week a Tory MP is attending, be it an English or a Dutch one (the pm of my homeland). Would love to hear something from someone like Magid Magid to contrast some opinions.

Sam the American Eagle ,

Greetings from the Netherlands

It is always good fun to hear your take on the news. A little bit of humour now and then. But always informative. I particularly like the way Adam’s mind works.

Micro-Hate ,

Lost it’s way...

This was genuinely a good podcast, when it gave quick fire, humorous and in depth commentary on the Brexit process. Now it’s just a series of shallow interviews with mostly uninteresting people without the charisma of the original 4. Also, Adam was always the light comic relief, a foil for the journalism of the others. Now he runs the show there really is nothing going on.

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