Sunday, May 30, 2010

Podcast: The 7 Days Show Episode 26

The lastest edition of the Seven Days Show is now online.

This week we discuss David Law, his resignation, and what it means for the coalition; the recent appointments to the Lords; the election of Graham Brady MP to the 1922 committee; and of course what I would sing if I ever represented us in the Eurovision song contest. As usual a smattering of smut and good fun throughout the show. Thanks to all of you who have stuck by us!

To listen to the podcast click HERE, or you can also subscribe to the show in the Tory Radio section in the podcast area of Itunes.

1 comment:

Tapestry said...

Yet more nudge nudge wink wink political chat. Nice to find a seam of humour in the current political scene.

Eurovision is a political approval marking system, where your country's song is marked according to how much money the EU requires from you, or political support.

In Britain's case, we are in the Eurovision punishment block more or less permanently now. Germany is needed more than ever to bail out the eurozone and therefore wins.

Congratulations! Or are they merely Puppets On A String?