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S3 Ep8 - Johann Hari
Writer and journalist, Johann Hari, steps into the studio to talk about some of the themes addressed in his new book, Lost Connections. The team look at the differences between British and American approaches to happiness, what really causes depression and mental health, loneliness, and question how can a cow be an anti depressant? Thanks to The Economist for sponsoring this week's episode. Make sure you visit economist.com/roast to claim to get your hands on a free copy. Keep up to date...
S3 Ep7 - Jolyon Maugham QC
Barrister and author of the widespread blog, waitingfortax.com, joins us to discuss the cases he's brought against the government over Article 50, Uber and his concerns over the abuses of landlords providing unliveable accommodation to vulnerable people in the UK. Jolyon launched the crowd funded ‘People’s Challenge’ which raised over £300,000 to challenge the Government’s position that Article 50 could be triggered by Royal Prerogative. And he crowdfunded £70,000 to launch the Dublin Case...
S3 Ep6 - Peter Bale
Journalist and launch editor, Peter Bale of the Wikitribune joins Jolyon and Heydon to talk Trust, Davos and Russia... and the links between the three. Delicious! This episode was recorded on the 30th Jan 2018 when the three had just returned from Davos. Huge thanks to Peter for taking the time to come and chat with us. You can find out more about Peter's fantastic work @PeterBale @WikiTribune or wikitribune.com Talk to us @JolyonRubs @heydonprowse @NewsRoastPod As always, if you've not...