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Political Thinking with Nick Robinson

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Nick Robinson talks about what’s really going on in British politics.

Nick Robinson talks about what’s really going on in British politics.

Location:

United Kingdom

Networks:

BBC

Description:

Nick Robinson talks about what’s really going on in British politics.

Language:

English


Episodes

The Siân Berry One

10/2/2020
The Green Party co-leader on her childhood love of wildlife, taking on 4x4s and whether the Greens can change politics

Duration:00:32:51

The Simon Coveney One

9/25/2020
The Irish Foreign Minister on his Anglo-Irish roots, the prospects for a Brexit deal and taking his centenarian grandmother to Lords

Duration:00:39:51

The George Eustice One

9/18/2020
The Environment Secretary on the spirit of Poldark, answering questions for David Cameron and the price of fish fingers.

Duration:00:35:03

The Anneliese Dodds One

9/11/2020
The Shadow Chancellor on her Presbyterian roots, being a student protestor and whether she’s prepared to say ‘no’

Duration:00:35:03

The Douglas Ross One

9/4/2020
The new Scottish Conservative leader on football refereeing, his unusual knowledge of cattle and whether he can stop a second independence referendum

Duration:00:34:39

The Layla Moran One

7/24/2020
The LibDem leadership contender discusses the meaning of liberalism, the threat of fat-shaming, and the common humanity of being stardust but not necessarily pansexual

Duration:00:36:29

The Thérèse Coffey One

7/17/2020
The Work and Pensions Secretary on her Liverpudlian roots, applying science to politics, dealing with the rise in unemployment and her passion for karaoke

Duration:00:33:02

The Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds One

7/10/2020
Labour's shadow home secretary on his village with seven MPs, the collective spirit of the Welsh valleys, what Michael Foot told him as a teenager, and his golfing name

Duration:00:32:46

The Mark Regev One

7/3/2020
Israel's former ambassador to the UK on arguing his country's case, why he doesn't like being called 'silver-tongued', why he changed his name, and his reasons for optimism

Duration:00:36:19

The Neil Ferguson One

6/26/2020
The leading epidemiologist on how science and politics can best work together, being forced to resign from a government committee, and his media nickname of 'Professor Lockdown'

Duration:00:36:20

The Robert Buckland One

6/19/2020
The Justice Secretary on loneliness in politics, kneeling, how courts respond to covid, and why there is no such thing as 'normal' - plus he demonstrates his love of music

Duration:00:38:42

The Maro Itoje One

6/12/2020
The leading England rugby player on racism, Black Lives Matter, statues, finding middle ground, the diversity of Harrow School, and being impressed by Keir Starmer

Duration:00:36:51

The Arlene Foster One

6/5/2020
Northern Ireland's First Minister on what happened to her family during the Troubles, her discussions with Boris Johnson over Brexit, and what she's missed most during lockdown

Duration:00:36:18

The Jonathan Sumption One

5/29/2020
The former Supreme Court justice on why lockdown is 'despotic', being a libertarian, not being a politician, what Lord Hutton's inquiry got wrong and what Keith Joseph got right

Duration:00:33:21

The Jeremy Hunt covid one

5/22/2020
Jeremy Hunt talks about making mistakes, learning from Asia, his dispute with the junior doctors, and the trials of family life

Duration:00:35:31

The Mark Drakeford One

5/15/2020
Wales's First Minister on tackling the virus, working with Boris & digging the allotment

Duration:00:32:19

The Richard Horton One

5/7/2020
The editor of the Lancet discusses problems in the relationship between science and politics, why he thinks the lockdown must go on, and whether he is really a headline chaser.

Duration:00:33:51

The new Keir Starmer one

4/6/2020
Labour's new leader Keir Starmer talks about his background, upbringing, legal career and core values (in an interview recorded in 2018)

Duration:00:28:23

The Rosena Allin-Khan One

3/13/2020
The Labour deputy leadership candidate and doctor on being prepared for coronavirus, why she chose politics and that Love Actually video

Duration:00:41:05

The Rebecca Long-Bailey One

3/6/2020
The Labour leadership candidate on her Mancunian roots, why she didn't go into politics straight away and raising her eyebrows

Duration:00:38:14