We live in an era of political polarisation, online outrage and a never-ending news cycle. Against this backdrop, host Abie Philbin Bowman conducts a series of deeply personal interviews with politicians about the emotional impact of their job.
Karen Bradley MP | Humans of Politics
British Conservative MP, and former Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Karen Bradley tells Abie Philbin Bowman about her accidental career move from tax accountant to MP; "falling in love with Northern Ireland"; and her biggest frustrations as Secretary of State.
Nick Boles MP | Humans of Politics
Former British Conservative MP Nick Boles tells Abie Philbin Bowman about the excitement of rebuilding a decimated party, why elections are like a drug and the positive side of getting cancer.
Rachael Maskell MP | Humans of Politics
British Labour MP Rachael Maskell tells Abie Philbin Bowman about the loneliness of voting against abortion, her frustration at the lack of urgency on climate action, and why Westminster is an ‘alien’ environment where guided tours get in the way of politics.
Angus MacNeil MP| Humans of Politics
Scottish National Party MP Angus MacNeil tells Abie Philbin Bowman about trying to get Tony Blair arrested, the dangers of marrying a politician, and dividing his life between Westminster and his island constituency in the outer Hebrides.
Dame Caroline Spelman MP | Humans of Politics
British Conservative MP Dame Caroline Spelman tells Abie Philbin Bowman about her Christian calling into politics, overcoming rejection by 27 constituencies and why she's swapping Westminster for Peace and Reconciliation in the age of Brexit.
Dr Phillip Lee MP | Humans of Politics
British Liberal Democrat MP, and former Conservative, Dr Phillip Lee tells Abie Philbin Bowman about the overlapping roles of GP and MP, being "guilty until proven innocent" and nearly having a heart attack during his dramatic defection.
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Humans of Politics (Brid Smith)
Being an American political junkie, who is immersed to an unhealthy level of political developments here daily, it did my heart so well to hear our sisters and brothers in Ireland being, human. The US is being torn from within, by lack of soul, ethics and values. Ms.Smith's apparent values, or at least her hopes of affecting her constituents' lives positively, gives my heart a bit more hope for our pathetic, political playbook in Washington. Great show.