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Rupert Murdoch's Fox News was Donald Trump's favoured TV channel - not least because Fox anchors shamelessly fawned over him, both during his time as a Republican candidate, then during his Presidency. But did the line between journalism and propaganda go too far? And what role did Fox have to play in the insurrection of January 6 2021, when a mob …
 
As the UK government is forced to contemplate a fourth Covid lockdown, we return to one of the unresolved issues of the first one in back in March 2020…the question of why so many patients were discharged from hospital and released back into care homes without being tested for the virus? Dr Cathy Gardner, whose father had dementia, died in care dur…
 
Who are the Conservative party donors? And what do they want? Iain Overton and Sian Norris share their investigation with BITE - the Byline Intelligence Team - at the Byline Times.Presented by Adrian Goldberg. Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White.Funded by subscriptions to Byline Times.…
 
As the world marks the 20th anniversary of 9/1 – and the US retreats from Afghanistan which it invaded as a result - we hear from one man caught up in the War In Terror. Moazzam Begg who was held at Guantanamo Bay reflects on the lessons the West needs to learn and shares his story of detention without trial and being tortured.The Byline Times podc…
 
After last week's episode examining why so many environmentalists oppose HS2, this time we hear from Steve Caudwell or Greens For HS2.We're also joined by Lord Tony Berkeley, who believes parliament has been misled over the cost of HS2.Presented by Adrian Goldberg. Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White.Funded by subscriptions t…
 
The HS2 Rail project has the official support of every mainstream political party in England and Wales bar one - The Green Party. It's also inspired a wave of non aligned environmental groups to set up protest camps along the route.That's some going for a scheme touted as part of the solution to meeting the UK government's zero net carbon commitmen…
 
Adrian Goldberg interviews Anne Nelson, author of Shadow Network; Media, Money and the Secret Hub of the Radical Right, in a conversation that encompasses US politics, Brexit and the NHS.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White.Funded by subscriptions to Byline Times.Anne was previously interviewed at Byline Times by Heidi Sigmund…
 
This week, two nations in crisis - Afghanistan and Belarus.Afghanistan is in turmoil following Joe Biden's decision to withdraw troops - we hear from Chris Alexander, a former Canadian Ambassador to the country, who lays the blame for the Talbian's resurgence at the door of neighbouring Pakistan.Plus exiled Belarusian journalist Hannah Liubokova on…
 
Changes to the law that would put investigative journalists on a par with foreign spies? Demands for photo ID at the ballot box? Adrian Goldberg explores Britain's Authoritarian Creep in company of Byline Times editor Hardeep Matharu, Meirion Jones, Investigations Editor at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and Jess Garland from the Electoral …
 
Boris Johnson's mantra en route to election victory in 2019 was 'getting Brexit done'. But now that we've left the EU, is the UK getting 'done' by Brexit?Adrian Goldberg assembles a cast of hauliers, an expert in food distribution and Byline Times Chief Politics and Investigations Reporter Sam Bright.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Ha…
 
It might seem counter intuitive at a time when millions of people can’t get a foot on the housing ladder - or afford a decent place to rent - but this week the Byline Times podcast assembles evidence to suggest that too many houses are being built in England. The government has set a target of 300,000 new homes a year which could result in the crea…
 
This week, a climate change special. After a “heat dome” engulfed parts of Canada and the United States, there can be little doubt that a climate crisis upon us. We get a first hand account from Professor Kritstie Ebie, who lives in Seattle and teaches in the Center For Health and Global Environment at the University of Washington.PLUS an in depth …
 
Barrister Jolyon Maugham has become the scourge of government by using the law to challenge ministers' decisions. His crowd funded Good Law Project initially raised issues around Brexit, and has since succeeded in exposing the sleaze and cronyism surrounding PPE contracts. He talks to Adrian about how his life and career have been transformed since…
 
Are disadvantaged white children doing poorly at school because teachers might sometimes talk about "white privilege"? According to MP's on the Education Select Committee, the answer is "yes", although Byline Times writer Sian Norris suggests a few alternative reasons - such as poverty, austerity and funding cuts.PLUS Otto English talk about his ne…
 
After an eight year inquiry, the Independent Panel in the death of Daniel Morgan has finally reported - and their conclusion is damning. Panel Chair Baroness Nuala O'Loan concludes that the Metropolitan Police - Britain's most powerful police force - is "institutionally corrupt".Daniel Morgan was the victim of brutal murder in 1987 which remains un…
 
Ahead of Euro 2021 England football manager Gareth Southgate has pledged that his team with continue taking the knee in protest at racism - even though some of his own supporters have booed the gesture. Adrian Goldberg discusses the history and meaning of taking a knee with former West Bromwich Albion player Brendon Batson - one a trio of players a…
 
Adrian Goldberg interviews journalist Alex Renton, author of "Blood Legacy: Reckoning With A Family's Story Of Slavery", which details his ancestors' history of enslaving people from Africa on sugar cane plantations in the Caribbean.We also hear contributions from Byline Times editor Hardeep Matharu; Professor Kehinde Andrews, author of The New Age…
 
"On the day" reaction from Byline TV to Dominic Cummings astonishing attack on his former colleagues at two parliamentary hearings. The Prime Minister’s Former Chief Advisor told MP’s that tens of thousands of people had died unnecessarily because of the government’s mishandling of the pandemic and that Boris Johnson was unfit to lead the country. …
 
Alastair Morgan has been fighting for 34 years to get justice for his brother Daniel who was murdered in a South London pub car park in 1987. The latest setback in his quest was the decision by Home Secretary Priti Patel to delay publication of the findings of an Independent Panel into the killing and the subsequent investigations.No one has been c…
 
This is a special bonus edition of the podcast – looking at the murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan in 1987, and the extraordinary decision by Home Secretary Priti Patel to delay publication of an independent report about the botched investigation into his death. It’s a story that combines vicious crime, murky politics and media corruption…
 
In the wake of a new surge of violence involving Israelis and Palestinian Arabs, we explore Zionism - the ideology that led to the creation of the state of Israel, and how provides it with ideological sustenance. Podcast host Adrian Goldberg talks to Dov Waxman, author of "The Israeli Palestinian Conflict - What Everyone Needs To Know."Dov is also …
 
In a bonus episode of the Byline Times podcast, Sam King from Byline TV interviews the UK's former Chief Scientific Advisor Sir David King about the Coronavirus pandemic.Sir David is Chair of Independent SAGE, a group of scientists offering independent dent advice to the government and the public about Covid 19.Watch more from Sam at Byline TVFunde…
 
Adrian Goldberg reflects on three aspects of recent elections across Britain. He talks to Amelia Womack, deputy leader of the Green Party about how they can build on a successful night in the local elections in England to become a force in Westminster.Peter Geoghan, author of Democracy For Sale, reflects on the influence of "dark money" in the Scot…
 
Adrian Goldberg reflects on three aspects of recent elections across Britain. He talks to Amelia Womack, deputy leader of the Green Party about how they can build on a successful night in the local elections in England to become a force in Westminster.Patrick Geoghan, author of Democracy For Sale, reflects on the influence of "dark money" in the Sc…
 
This week, podcast host Adrian Goldberg is joined by comedian and best-selling author David Baddiel who discusses his latest book Jews Don't Count - a polemic about the racism that too many people who regard themselves as "progressives" fail to see.Plus Byline Times co founder Peter White on the Mexican Stand Off between Dominic Cummings and Fleet …
 
Another triple header from the Byline Times Podcast.1). Derek Chauvin's conviction for murdering George Floyd discussed with Kehinde Andrews, Professor of Black Studies at Birmingham City University.2). Man Made Famine in Ethiopia. We hear from Leandra, who was forced to flee Ethiopia for the safety of the UK at the age of 5, about the return of fa…
 
Is the Conservative party drifting from the centre right to the far right of the political spectrum? In this episode we hear from Byline Times writer Sian Norris about the Tory MP's sitting on a group at the Council of Europe alongside parties who, is some cases, flirt with fascism. That's followed by Nafeez Ahmed and Peter Oborne who discuss recen…
 
Has the BBC lost its "bottle" - or appetite for confrontation - with government? The Corporation's former Baghdad Bureau Chief Patrick Howse thinks so after witnessing their lack of appetite for Jennifer Arcuri's revelations about her four year affair with Boris Johnson when he was London Mayor. He discusses the episode with Byline Times editor Har…
 
We've got three terrific items for you on this week's Byline Times podcast...1). Byline Times reporter Sam Bright on the £3bn in Covid-related contracts awarded to firms with links to the Conservative Party.2) Two grieving mums from Essex, Melanie Leahy and Lisa Bates explain why they are calling for a Public Inquiry into the deaths of their childr…
 
Critics are warning that two new bills being piloted through parliament betray an authoritarian streak at the heart of government. One restricts the rights of protestors; the other provides a new legal framework for undercover police and security officers. We hear from Clare Farrell, one of the co-founders of Extinction Rebellion, Byline Times writ…
 
In this episode we hear from Byline Times writer Sian Norris and former Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England Nazir Afzal react to the murder of Sarah Everard and the vigil on Clapham Common which was marred by police violence. Where does toxic masculinity come from? And how can we eradicate it?Plus an exclusive interview with anti traffick…
 
After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke to Oprah Winfrey, two mighty institutions faced allegations of racism - the Royal Family and the British tabloid press. Byline Times editor Hardeep Matharu and Marverine Cole (broadcaster, academic) give their reaction. PLUS - a different take on the monarchy with Phil Miller from Declassified UK about the…
 
This week we examine The Long Shadow of Empire in the company of Sathnam Sanghera (author of Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain) Byline Times editor Hardeep Matharu and Professor Kehinde Andrews (author of The New Age Of Empire).Plus Fire And Rehire - the erosion of workers' rights during the pandemic with Claire Breeze from Unis…
 
Profit making firms, aided by the government, have seized the opportunity given them by Coronavirus to create a "privatised pandemic" in which billions of pounds have been spent on outsourcing. But to what effect? Adrian Goldberg talks to Byline Times Investigations Editor Sam Bright, Mary Fitzgerald from Open Democracy, and Pascale Robinson from W…
 
A epic edition in which presenter Adrian Goldberg takes us through the UK government's War On The "Woke". It's a story which encompasses Free Speech Champions on campus, a row over the National Trust and Britain's colonial legacy, and the media narrative surrounding child sexual abuse and Muslim "grooming gangs".Our distinguished cast list includes…
 
Veteran political journalist Peter Oborne joins Adrian Goldberg to talk about his new book, The Assault On Truth, in which he tackles head on Boris Johnson, the "Pinocchio PM".Plus Byline Times co-founder Peter Jukes and investigative reporter discuss Rupert Murdoch's meetings with the PM and senior ministers, even though what they discussed hasn't…
 
Nazir Afzal, the tenacious Crown prosecutor credited with bringing Rochdale's child grooming gangs to justice, shares the story of his Coronavirus crowdfunding campaign exclusively with the Byline Times podcast. He wants to hold ministers to account for their failures during the pandemic.PLUS The War on Democracy - is the government blocking legiti…
 
As the roll out of the Coronavirus vaccination programme gathers pace, campaigners are calling for all people with a Learning Disability to be given priority for the jab. Figures show that people with LD are six times more likely to die from Covid 19 than the general population.We hear from Ciara Lawrence and Harry Roache who both have mild Learnin…
 
Boris Johnson's Brexit withdrawal deal was heralded by the PM as "a present to the nation" but for many it's an unwanted gift - including some of those who were keen to leave the EU, including the Scottish Fishing Federation and Who Roger Daltrey, who have discovered that instead of leaving behind that infamous Brussels "red tape" we are now being …
 
Donald Trump has become the first US President to be impeached for a second time but Byline Times global correspondent CJ Werleman believes he'll be remembered for something else - inciting a new American civil war. CJ correctly predicted that Donald Trump would try to "steal" the US election and in this wide ranging interview - which also encompas…
 
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