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.
This one is worthy of a not even if it is for the artwork!
Heavy research into an MPs expenses involved!
Some truly world class German culture for you there!
So, is the radio show over?
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.
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
Have we got any further with Brown's impression of Janus on the topic of helicopters?
Chris Paul senses a collective banana skin on expenses for the Lib Dems ...
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