Friday, December 22, 2006

18 Doughty Street 24 Hour Christmas Schedule

18 Doughty Street will be on air 24 hours a day between now and January 8th when our live schedule resumes. Just click HERE to view now. This is our 24 hour programme schedule for the next few days… You can also access most of our other programmes though the new Doughty on Demand facility.

0.00 One to One with Iain Duncan Smith
0.30 One to One with Gillian Shephard
01.30 Up Front: Europe & Business with Tim Montgomerie
02.00 Your Money: Green Tax & Public Sector Rich List
02.25 Vox Politix: Douglas Carswell MP & David Torrance
03.25 One to One with Don Brash
03.55 Conservatism in America
04.50 Culture Clash: Borat, The Archers & TV Talent Shows
05.20 Vox Politix with Ann Widdecombe
06.20 Vox Politix: The A List debate with Ann Widdecombe v Bernard Jenkin
06.50 David Cameron: Year 2 - A discussion
07.45 Vox Politix with Chris Mullin MP
08.45 Vox Politix with Francis Maude MP
09.45 One to One with Australian Prime Minister John Howard
10.45 One to One with Professor Peter Hennessy
11.45 One to One with Stephen Twigg
12.45 Vox Politix Scottish Evening with David Mundell MP and Jo Swinson MP
13.50 One to One with SNP MP Angus MacNeil
14.20 Leftfield with Rena Valeh
14.50 Vox Politix with UKIP leader Nigel Farage
15.50 One to One with Ian Bremmer, author of the J Curve
16.21 Vox Politix, including an interview with David Davis
18.25 One to One with Lord Pearson of Rannoch
18.55 One to One with Professor Peter Hennessy
19.55 One to One with Nigel Cameron
20.25 World View: Russia, Friend or Foe
20.50 Brought to Book with Michael Dobbs
21.20 Up Front
21.50 Brought to Book with Michael Ashcroft
22.15 Vox Politix with Andrew MacKinlay MP and John Redwood MP
23.20 World View: Iran - Sleepwalking to disaster?


Anonymous said...

Oh bugger! Not more Christmas repeats!

Anonymous said...

I've been reading your blog for 8 months but lately its become an advertising space - I think Guido will give up soon as well, although I would not presume to speak for him - Bye

Iain Dale said...

What utter rubbish. Am I not allowed to mention my day job for fear of it being "advertising"? I'd have thought that as it was related to the political world, most people would be at least vaguely interested. Just goes to show, you can't please all of the people all of the time, and frankly, I'm not trying to.

Anonymous said...

I think advertising is a fact of life these days. I recall reading novels in which the author would advertise products, and there are product placement in films, and spoofs about this. I know as a teenager, off shore pirate radio was brought to us because of advertising. You are open about your plugging. It is not like reading an article in the Guardian just to find the bottom line is plugging the author's book.

Praguetory said...

Ignore the knockers. Personally, I think you should write what you like (and this post is very useful) and go subscription on this site.

Anonymous said...


What has happened to the 18DS website??

It seems to have dissapparead and been replaced by the Doughty on Demand feature.

Is that permanent? I hope not? what about the blog, presenter profiles, about, youtube clips etc??

Please let us know whats going on!


Anonymous said...

whats happened to the 18DS site? is it gone for good?

Iain Dale said...

The 18 Doughty Street site has a permanent on demand facility over Christmas as we are not doing any mor elive programming until 8 January. On 15 January we are launching a new website, which will have loads of interactive features including a political version of Youtube and a news service.