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Families of victims killed in the Northern Ireland conflict are warning that a proposed murder amnesty is being driven by the British state’s desire to cover up its own historical misdemeanours. The plan to end prosecutions for deaths, torture and other serious crimes related to The Troubles was announced by Boris Johnson in the run up to the 2019 …
 
President Putin invaded Ukraine nearly 12 months ago, causing death and destruction to his neighbour, but the Byline Times has been reporting for years about a broader conflict inspired by The Kremlin – an information war designed to undermine democracy. Adrian Goldberg hears more from Kier Giles, author of Russia’s War On Everybody; Byline Times e…
 
Mould and damp have long been a concern for many social housing tenants, and the death two-year old Awaab Ishak in Rochdale provided incontrovertible evidence (if any were needed) that it could be fatal.The toddler's inquest ruled last November that he died "as a result of a severe respiratory condition caused due to prolonged exposure to mould in …
 
Prince Harry’s book Spare has sold 1.4 million copies across all formats in the UK, the United States and Canada – so what does it tell us about the UK and our place in the world? And what does it say about monarchy and the media? Adrian Goldberg is joined by journalist and comedian Ava Vidal, journalist, US based royal commentator RS Locke and med…
 
The latest Byline Times podcast explores the crisis in the NHS and the factors which lie behind it. We’ve got a Health Service which (in England at least) is riven by industrial disputes, involving nurses and ambulance drivers - with action pending by junior doctors. Ambulance response times are the worst on record; more than half of patients atten…
 
Adrian Goldberg hosts a discussion about The Week In Politics including the UK government's strike busting plans, Joe Biden and the classified documents and more Our guests this time Adam Bienkov, Byline Times Political editor and Heidi Cuda from the Radicalized Pod – you can read much more from Adam and Heidi on our newest platform bylinesupplemen…
 
Two years after the January 6 assault on the Capitol in Washington DC, hundreds of right wing followers of the former Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro launched an attempted coup in their country’s capital Brasilia, vandalising the Presidential Palace, Congress buildings and the Supreme Court. Order now seems to have been restored, but the paralle…
 
Adrian Goldberg gets instant reaction to ITV's 'Harry: The Interview' with US based royal commentator RS Locke, comedian and journalist Ava Vidal and media pundit Mic Wright.This is an edited version of a broadcast @bylineradio via Twitter Spaces on 8 January, 2023Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Time…
 
What’s next for Extinction Rebellion? The environmental protest group sent out a press release at the start of the year headlined “We Quit” – which might lead you think that, well, they were giving up. Not quite…but they are shifting away from the kind mass public disruption that made their name in the first. XR came to prominence after blockading …
 
In this episode of the Byline Times podcast, Adrian Goldberg discusses Episodes 4-6 (ie Volume Two) of the Harry and Meghan Netflix documentary series.Adrian's guests are US-based royal commentator RS Locke and media pundit Mic Wright.This episode was first aired @bylineradio on 18 December 2022.The broadcast was via Twitter Spaces, so the quality …
 
Trump, Truss and Twitter - we review The Year In Politics on both sides of the Atlantic with Byline Times editor Adam Bienkov and Heidi Siegmund from the Radicalized Pod. Hosted by Adrian Goldberg.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times.Adrian Goldberg's Talk Show által
 
Trump, Truss and Twitter - we review The Year In Politics on both sides of the Atlantic with Byline Times editor Adam Bienkov and Heidi Siegmund from the Radicalized Pod. Hosted by Adrian Goldberg.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times.Adrian Goldberg's Talk Show által
 
In this episode of the Byline Times podcast, Adrian Goldberg discusses Episodes 1-3 (ie Volume One) of the Harry and Meghan Netflix documentary series.Adrian's guests are comedian and journalist Ava Vidal; US-based royal commentator RS Locke; and media pundit Mic Wright.This episode was first aired @bylineradio on 14 December 2022. The recording wa…
 
is it time to tune out of Spotify? Spotify is regarded as indispensable to many musicians with emerging artists often regarding it as valuable source of exposure - but it’s also been accused of being tightfisted when it comes to awarding royalties. Last year it paid out more than $7bn US – around £5.7 bn – with more than 1,000 artists earning in ex…
 
Adrian Goldberg reviews The Week In Politics with Byline Times political editor Adam Bienkov and Andrew Gimson, contributing editor to Conservative Home and author of Boris Johnson, The Rise and Fall of a Troublemaker at Number 10.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times.…
 
Members of the RMT union have brought trains to a virtual standstill in many parts of the UK, but even without that few people would deny that the network is in a mess, with frequent delays and cancellations.Despite that, a poorly performing rail operator like Avanti West Coast could afford to pay shareholders £11.5m dividends according to their la…
 
What exactly is Elon Musk up to with Twitter? Since buying the social media platform for $44billion dollars in October, the US billionaire has given an amnesty to users who’d previously been banned; he’s overseen the departure of thousands of staff; he’s dissolved the Trust and Safety Council; and he’s abandoned Twitter’s Covid disinformation polic…
 
This time Harry, Meghan, The Monarchy and the Media …like every other commentator at the point at which this podcast is being recorded we haven’t actually seen the Netflix series about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle but we have witnessed the ferocious howls of outrage from the tabloids who the Duke and Duchess of Sussex clearly have in their sights…
 
This time Harry, Meghan, The Monarchy and the Media …like every other commentator at the point at which this podcast is being recorded we haven’t actually seen the Netflix series about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle but we have witnessed the ferocious howls of outrage from the tabloids who the Duke and Duchess of Sussex clearly have in their sights…
 
Zarina Zabrisky reports from Mykloaiv on Vladimir Putin's 'Kholodomor' - the Russian President’s attempt to freeze Ukraine into submission.Hosted by Adrian Goldberg.Based on a report at bylinesupplement.com Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times.…
 
Adrian Goldberg is joined from the United States by Jason Stanley, author of How Fascism Works – The Politics of Us And Them. The book, which was first published in 2018, has become increasingly relevant following Donald Trump’s announcement that he plans to stand again for President.In a wide ranging conversation, which we are making available fir…
 
Shamima Begum – the so called Isis bride who quit her home in East London to join the Islamic State group at the age of 15 - is appealing at a Special Immigration Appeals tribunal against the decision to deprive her of British citizenship in 2019 by the then Home Secretary Savjid Javid. In the meantime, the 23-year old is living in a refugee camp i…
 
This time we’re delving deep into a brilliant Byline Times exclusive revealing that a businessman with ties to Roman Abramovich and two other sanctioned Russian oligarchs had close contact with senior MP’s and peers in the Houses of Parliament. Sergey Bratukhin, known in the West as Sergey Young, was one of the founding members of the All Party Par…
 
Adrian Goldberg discusses disturbing new figures uncovered by Byline Times which reveal that more than 1,000 people a year are being raped or sexually assaulted on NHS premises …this can include wards, other patient areas, staff room, car parks etc.We hear from Byline Times Chief Social Affairs Reporter Sian Norris, who broke the story, and Daisy C…
 
Adrian Goldberg seeks the context of the remarkable protests in China…triggered by anger over the country’s Covid lockdown measuresHe's joined by William Hurst, Chong Hua Professor of Chinese Development and Deputy Director of the Centre for Geopolitics at the University of Cambridge.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Funded by subscription…
 
Adrian Goldberg reflects on The Week in Politics with Amelia Womack, former deputy leader of the Green Party and Sam Bright, Byline Times investigations editor.They discuss Cop 27, onshore wind farms, the PPE scandal and migration figures.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times.…
 
Russia's retreat from the city of Kherson has been followed by an aerial bombardment of major Ukrainian cities targeting their energy infrastructure, and causing widespread power cuts.As Adrian Goldberg hears from Zarina Zabrisky (who somehow managed to online in Odessa) President Putin is also squeezing the gas supply to Moldova, a neighbouring co…
 
Why has one of the most significant moments in modern British life – the decision to leave the EU – become almost unmentionable our political discourse? Adrian Goldberg hears from Chris Grey, the author of ‘Brexit Unfolded’. Chris writes the ‘Brexit & Beyond’ blog and is also Emeritus Professor of Business and Management Studies at Royal Holloway, …
 
The men’s football World Cup is taking place in Qatar, which has been widely condemned for its treatment of migrant workers and LGBT people. But is the West guilty of hypocrisy? Dr David Wearing joins Adrian Goldberg and shares an important story about how the UK, US and other powers helped create and sustain this oil and gas state. David is an exp…
 
This week Adrian Goldberg discusses Jeremy Hunt's Autumn Statement (aka The Budget), the return of Donald Trump and the World Cup in Qatar.He's joined by Byline Times political editor Adam Bienkov and Heidi Siegmund Cuda from the Radicalized Pod Getting reaction to Jeremy Hunt’s autumn statement and Donald Trump’s return…Produced in Birmingham by A…
 
Adrian Goldberg gets reaction to Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement…a budget which the Chancellor says promises sustainability, growth and public services. in his words, it's designed to counter “a recession made by Russia with a recovery made in Britain…” His opposite number Rachel Reeves for Labour condemned what she called his "Bobby Ewing strategy”…
 
Prices have gone up 11.1% in the year to October with basics like milk, pasta and butter driving the rising cost of living. Who’s to blame? And what can we do about it? Adrian Goldberg hears from Lucy Antal from Feedback, a campaign group that seeks to improve food security and organises mass public feasts using food that would otherwise have gone …
 
The UK government has signed a new deal with France to reduce the number of asylum seekers and refugees crossing the Channel in small boats. More than 40,000 would be migrants have arrived in Britain so far this year, including 1,800 this weekend alone. The deal will see the UK’s annual payment to France rise from £55million to £63milion, helping t…
 
Adrian Goldberg reflects on seven days when former Health Secretary Matt Hancock entered the creepy crawly world of the 'I’m A Celebrity' jungle and tarantula loving minister Gavin Williamson found that victims of bullying bite back in the Westminster jungle. It was also the week when the Bank Of England warned that the UK was entering the longest …
 
Twitter's former European Vice President Bruce Daisley reflects on the company's takeover by Elon Musk, the difficulty of moderating social media platforms, and the challenge to democracy when diverse voices are frightened off by trolls.Bruce also talks about his book 'Fortitude - Unlocking The Secrets Of Inner Strength'.Produced in Birmingham by A…
 
Civil rights activist Peter Tatchell talks to Adrian Goldberg about his protests in Qatar ahead of the World Cup, and reveals how his stance on trans rights has cost him friendships.There's also a new documentary on Netflix, called 'Hating Peter Tatchell', chronicling the highlights of his career as a protestor.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Gold…
 
Did Austerity cause the Manchester Arena Attack in 2017, in which 22 people died? No, of course not. That responsibility rests with the bomber Salman Abedi, who also lost his life in the atrocity.But did Auserity weaken the ability of the police in Greater Manchester (and other major urban areas) to respond to terrorism? The Chair of the Inquiry in…
 
In the spotlight this week - the Cop 27 Climate Conference, the “migrant crisis", Matt Hancock’s appearance on I’m A Celebrity and the ongoing impasse in the Northern Ireland Executive.Adrian Goldberg hears from Stephen Farry, previously a Minister in the Northern Ireland Executive and now MP for North Down, plus the Byline Times political editor A…
 
The Secretary-General of the UN Antionio Guterres has said the COP 27 Conference must deliver a “down-payment” on climate solutions that match the scale of the problem of global warming.Ahead of the Conference, UNESCO has warned that around a third of the glaciers at its World Heritage Sites are expected to disappear in the next three decades inclu…
 
We have a Home Secretary in Suella Braverman who describes people who are mostly fleeing war, persecution, hunger and torture as an “invasion”; dangerous overcrowding at the Manston Processing Centre in Kent: and a backlog of 100,000 asylum cases.So what's wrong with the UK's asylum system?Adrian Goldberg hears from Sile Reynolds, Head of Asylum Ad…
 
Elon Musk’s $44bn Twitter takeover has pleased Donald Trump – delighted he said that the social media company is in now what he describes as “safe hands” but it hasn’t pleased every Twitter user. The hashtag “delete” has been trending reflecting the fact that many people are now threatening to leave the site. Referencing Twitter’s logo, Musk has sa…
 
In the week that Rishi Sunak became PM, we assess what his new Cabinet tells us about the direction of his government; plus his decision to shun the Cop 27 climate summit in Egypt; and the ongoing stalemate in Northern Ireland’s Assembly at Stormont. Host Adrian Goldberg is by Byline Times political editor Adam Bienkov and investigations editor Sam…
 
UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverley has said that football supporters heading to Qatar for the men’s football World Cup should be respectful to the host nation and be willing to make compromises. But how can you respect a nation which has built a tournament off the back of exploited migrant workers; and where people who are LGBT have to compromise…
 
Adrian Goldberg hears a dismayed reaction to the final report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse - or IICSA.The Inquiry was commissioned by Theresa May in 2014 after the Jimmy Saville scandal and was designed to investigate the systemic failures that allow abuse to happen and then be covered up - especially in institutions such as s…
 
We all remember what a breakthrough it represented when an African American became US president – so why isn't Richie Sunaks's elevation to Prime Minister being greeted with similar enthusiasm? He is, after all, a Hindu whose parents came from East Africa, and he's of Punjabi Indian descent.For members of his own community, this IS a comparable mil…
 
What a week it’s been with the resignation of Liz Truss, the mooted return of Boris Johnson to frontline politics and the Third Reading of the Public Order Bill.Adrian Goldberg gets reaction from Labour MP Jess Phillips, the Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding, along with Byline Times political editor Adam Bienkov.Produced in Bir…
 
What next for the Conservative Party party and more importantly the country after Liz Truss's resignation as PM? There are strong indications tonight that Boris Johnson wants to make a comeback just 6 weeks after leaving office in shame – though under new rules drawn up by the Conservative 1922 Committee, he’ll need to win the support of at least 1…
 
That Liz Truss resignation - as it happened on Byline Radio.Adrian Goldberg takes the news from Downing Street, then reaction from Byline Times Executive Editor Peter Jukes, Political Editor Adam Bienkov and Chief European and Social Affairs Reporter Sian Norris. Plus callers to @bylineradioProduced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White…
 
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