We did it! We finally persuaded one of our female colleagues to record a podcast with us! She may come to regret it, but this week Jamie, Kev and I are joined by the Honourable Member for Ashfield, one Gloria de Piero, to discuss the main political event of the last two weeks, the death and funeral of Baroness Thatcher. And gay marriage.
Mar 26th, 2013 by tomharrismp
In which our heroes (Tom and Jamie) discuss oatmeal, Tory leadership woes, Doctor Who, Star Wars and Alan Partridge, and risk having to face a recall election by admitting they'll be taking some time off during the Easter recess.
On the tenth anniversary of the Iraq war, and on Budget Day, Tom is joined by Jamie Reed and Kevin Brennan. Includes the result of an exclusive post-Budget poll and a discussion on whether sartorial standards are slipping in the Commons.
A politics-light start to 2013, with discussions on the return of the Thin White Duke, the US version of House of Cards and why Mike and the Mechanics really should be supporting The Stone Roses on their next tour.
Tom gave an interview to Andrew Gilligan of LBC Radio on New Year's Day to oppose the notion that with an "independence" referendum expected in October next year, 2013 will be the last full year of the United Kingdom.
How is Ed doing as 2012 comes to an end? How likely is real gun control in the US post-Newtown? Will Peter Jackson ever direct an episode of Doctor Who? And why can't the English pronounce "Dalek" properly? These and other questions are discussed and answered by Tom Harris and Kevin Brennan in this special Christmas edition of Two Men and a Pod.
Three senior parliamentarians discuss the galaxy-shattering implications of Disney's acquisition of the Star Wars franchise: will the prequel trilogy be "rebooted"? (oh, please, please...). Who will direct Episode Seven? Why doesn't Kevin Brennan know who Boba Fett is? Oh, and there's also some stuff about the American elections and Nadine Dorries.