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Politics of Sound is the podcast in which political figures pay an imaginary visit to the virtual PoS Record Shop, emerging with their life-long favourite albums. Multi-instrumentalist Iain Carnegie hosts the discussion as guests speak about the music which has shaped, inspired, amazed and amused them over the years.

Politics of Sound is the podcast in which political figures pay an imaginary visit to the virtual PoS Record Shop, emerging with their life-long favourite albums. Multi-instrumentalist Iain Carnegie hosts the discussion as guests speak about the music which has shaped, inspired, amazed and amused them over the years.
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United Kingdom

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Politics of Sound is the podcast in which political figures pay an imaginary visit to the virtual PoS Record Shop, emerging with their life-long favourite albums. Multi-instrumentalist Iain Carnegie hosts the discussion as guests speak about the music which has shaped, inspired, amazed and amused them over the years.

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English


Episodes

Politics of Sound #5 Tim Farron, Liberal Democrats

8/31/2019
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Iain Carnegie invites Liberal Democrat ex-leader and MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale Tim Farron to pay his own visit to the Politics of Sound virtual Record Shop and select his three all-time favourite albums. Tim emerges with classic titles by Prefab Sprout, Public Service Broadcasting and The Avalanches and discusses life, the universe and everything...well, Politics, Christianity, his former life in the band The Voyeurs, his triumphant appearance on Celebrity Mastermind and his abiding...

Duration:00:56:54

Politics of Sound #4 Kevin Brennan, Labour Party

8/2/2019
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Iain Carnegie invites singer, guitarist, harmonica player and Labour Party MP Kevin Brennan to pay his own visit to the PoS virtual Record Shop and select his three all-time favourite albums. Kevin emerges with classic titles by Stevie Wonder, Joni Mitchell and David Bowie and speaks of his abiding love of music, his former career as a school teacher and his membership of the rock band made up of Members of Parliament, MP4. The episode ends with Kevin and Iain combining their musical...

Duration:00:48:11

PoS #3 Mary Honeyball, former Labour Party MEP

6/30/2019
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Iain Carnegie invites ex-Labour Party MEP Mary Honeyball to pay her own visit to the PoS virtual Record Shop and select her three all-time favourite albums. Mary emerges with selections by Joan Armatrading, George Gershwin and Bob Dylan, and speaks of her reasons for leaving the Labour Party after forty years of membership, her aversion to Brexit and the projects that are currently inspiring her.

Duration:00:39:43

PoS #2 Tom Brake MP, Liberal Democrats

6/1/2019
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Iain Carnegie invites Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake to pay his own visit to the PoS virtual Record Shop and select his three all-time favourite albums. Tom emerges with selections by Gabriel Fauré, Plastic Bertrand and Pink Floyd and reveals an impressive musical ancestor, an early political exchange with a President of France and his love of running.

Duration:00:29:00

PoS #1: Jonathan Isaby, Brexit Central

5/13/2019
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POLITICS OF SOUND is a brand new podcast in which political figures pay an imaginary visit to the virtual PoS Record Shop, emerging with their life-long favourite albums. Iain Carnegie leads the discussion as his guest Jonathan Isaby, Editor of Brexit Central, discusses his political beliefs and reveals a love for the music of the Pet Shop Boys, the Now! compilation series and more...

Duration:00:53:47