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  • 3. Domestic Politics: Episode 3

    27:43
    Welcome back to Palatinate's domestic politics podcast! This week, we're discussing: how significant are Labour's victories in recent by-elections? What does the recession mean for the Tories? And is David Cameron doing a good job as foreign secretary? Hosts: Josh Guillen, Charlie Haskins and Emma Zaoli Producer: Ellen FashamMusic: Swing Time by Music by Pedro (licensed under Creative Commons)

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  • 2. Local News: Print 871

    24:28
    Welcome back to Palatinate's news podcast, where we take a closer look at the stories in this week's print edition. This week, Rosaleen and Alexandra discuss the SU and UCU elections, the spate of burglaries in Durham, and how you can get involved in the Chinese New Year festivities. Hosts: Alexandra Thurston and Rosaleen Tite Ahern Editor: Ellen FashamMusic: Fat Caps by Audionautix (licensed under Creative Commons)
  • 2. PIPP: Episode 2

    30:31
    Welcome back to PIPP, the Palatinate International Politics Podcast! Join us as we explore politics around the globe, and ask: why are tensions growing between US and Iran? How popular are the AfD in Germany? And why has Pakistan's previous Prime Minister been sentenced to prison? Hosts: Dan Bavister and Callum Hynd Producer: Ellen FashamMusic: Whatdafunk by Audionautix (licensed under Creative Commons)
  • 2. Domestic Politics: Episode 2

    30:14
    Welcome back to Palatinate's domestic politics podcast! This week, we're asking: is the ban on single-use vapes an act of the nanny state? Should MPs be paid more? And what does the return of the DUP mean for Northern Irish politics?Hosts: Josh Guillen, Charlie Haskins and Emma ZaoliProducer: Ellen FashamMusic: Swing Time by Music by Pedro (licensed under Creative Commons)
  • 1. International Politics: Episode 1

    35:48
    Welcome to the first episode of Palatinate's International Politics Podcast - or PIPP for short! Today, we're taking a look at political activity from around the globe, spanning from Ecuador to Taiwan. Does the appointment of the new French Prime Minister signal a move to the right? What does the Rwandan media think of the British asylum plan? And might we see a familiar face return to the White House?Hosts: Dan Bavister and Callum HyndEditor: Ellen FashamFor more, find us at: https://www.palatinate.org.ukMusic: Whatdafunk by Audionautix (Licensed under Creative Commons)
  • 1. Domestic Politics: Episode 1

    26:08
    Welcome to the first episode of Palatinate's Domestic Politics Podcast, where we take a closer look at what's happening in UK politics. This week, we're diving into the UK General Election set to take place this year. Offering our predictions on the election outcome, we ask: is victory Labour guaranteed? Who's votes are still up for grabs? And how much will the SNP and Reform UK shake the political landscape?Hosts: Charlie Haskins, Josh Guillen and Emma ZaoliEditor: Ellen FashamFor more, find us at: https://www.palatinate.org.ukMusic: Swing Time by Music By Pedro (Licensed under Creative Commons)
  • 1. Local News: Print 870

    20:25
    Welcome to the first episode of Palatinate's news podcast, where we dive into the top stories from our news section. In this episode, we discuss the climate emergency declared by Castle's JCR, the recent rejected proposal to build a care home outside of South College, and the statistically-proven quietest times to visit the Billy B!Hosts: Alexandra Thurston and Rosaleen Tite AhernEditor: Ellen FashamFor more, find us at: https://www.palatinate.org.ukMusic: Fat Caps by Audionautix