Friday, July 17, 2009

The Daley Dozen: Friday

1. Total Politics is advertising for a new Political Correspondent.
2. Mars Hill asks if it is time to leave Afghanistan.
3. Norfolk Blogger wonders if there really is a role for the Libertarian Party.
4. Press Review on The Sun, the Press Complaints Commission, James Gray MP and me.
5. PoliticalBetting.com wonders if Norwich North is a foregone conclusion.
6. Joshua Chambers says Nick Clegg had better not be thinking of taking a holiday.
7. Richard Willis reviews Bruno.
8. Trixy wonders why lefties don't have a sense of humour.
9. Capitalists@Work on Blogging 2.0.
10. Paul Waugh has a right old go at a posh Times correspondent.
11. Norfolk Coast on the risk of abandoning the Norfolk coast flood sirens.
12. Cranmer on the most influential religious blogs.

7 comments:

ILLIBERAL DEMOCRATS said...

This one is worthy of a not even if it is for the artwork!

Heavy research into an MPs expenses involved!

http://tinyurl.com/mlhnly

John Henry said...

http://ulster-bavaria.blogspot.com/
Some truly world class German culture for you there!

Anonymous said...

So, is the radio show over?

Iain Dale said...

No, not at all. The station launches properly on 6 October. All the stuff before then is just a pilot phase. They seem to have issues with phone lines and moving studios at the moment. I hope it will be back shortly.

Thatsnews said...

Iain, if the show doesn't come off, it can't be lost. You are far too good a presenter to allow this to happen!

May I suggest a Total Politics studio for broadcast interview facilities during the day and your Total Politics Radio on Friday nights?

May I suggest this link for some basic ideas on how to go about setting up such a station?

Make your own Internet Radio Station

Liam said...

Have we got any further with Brown's impression of Janus on the topic of helicopters?

Chris Paul said...

Chris Paul senses a collective banana skin on expenses for the Lib Dems ...