Mid-Atlantic - conversations about US and UK politics
EP: 4-29 Trump speaks to the world as his poll numbers go up
Ep: 4 - 28 Nik Gowing, Thinking the Unthinkable
Ep: 4-27 Trump, white supremacists and murder in Charlottesville.
Ep: 4.26 - Trump turns on Sessions and the meaning of Dunkirk
Tides of History promo
Ep: 4.25 - Peter Joseph and the New Human Rights Movement
EP: 4.24 - Does Trump lack dignity or is he ill and Britain starts Brexit talks?
EP: 4-23 Paul Hilder of Crowdpac on the importance of crowd funding political campaigns
Ep: 4.22 - The Grenfell Tower Fire - Ishmahil Blagrove
EP: 4.22 - Friday 15 special - How you become president of the United States
EP: 4-21 - Its the kids 'wot swung it for Jeremy Corbyn
Ep: 4.20 - Trump the most persecuted politician ever and May turns on Thatcher.
Ep: 4-19 May calls a snap election as we get used to President Trump
Mid Atlantic special - Dan Carlin on Friday 15 - Trumps first month
Ep: 4-18 conservative blogger Niall Gooch on why he changed his mind on Brexit
Ep: 4.17 - The UK government’s Brexit bill was passed "bigly"
Ep: 4.16 - Trump the Muslim Ban and the British PM
4.15 The Richmond Park By Election and Trump Settles in.
4.14 - What now for progressives and the left plus reflections on why Trump won
Ep: 4-13 David Hazen, why I voted for Trump