Liberal Democrat podcasts

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Welcome to my list of podcasts mainly from or about the Liberal Democrats. Do let me know of any additions or corrections; thank you!

Lib Dem Podcast

With John Potter from Preston and Richard Kemp from Liverpool, this podcast does what it says: covers the Liberal Democrats, especially with chat about how members can get involved and how to win elections.

Turning out (in Mendip South)

Two new Liberal Democrat councillors chronicle their experiences of getting to grips with local government.

Never Mind The Bar Charts

Hosted by myself, Never Mind The Bar Charts features talk about the Liberal Democrats, British politics and a few stray digressions. Occasionally features Brexit and increasingly features guests.

Four other podcasts which have since stopped are still available, and with many episodes that are still of interest and relevance:

The Limehouse Podcast

The Limehouse Podcast‘s name is a nod towards a key document in the creation of the SDP. Its shows include an impressive range of interviews with people from across the political spectrum.

Liberal Lockdown

Louise McElhinney and Adam Kirby discuss the trials and tribulations of living in Woking under the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown.

Build Back Liberal

From Ryan Mercer, this podcast is up on YouTube. It features a series of interviews with Liberal Democrats.

On The House

A podcast that originally had nothing to do with the Liberal Democrats, but both its hosts – Phillip Lee and Sam Gyimah – have both joined the party. Making its coverage of what’s going on in Parliament and what the media misses something the Lib Dems can now claim.

Our MEP life

Liberal Democrat MEPs Caroline Voaden and Judith Bunting discuss their lives as MEPs.

5 responses to “Liberal Democrat podcasts”

  1. Mark what about Our MEP Life?
    We’ve been going since July and will do a couple more episodes before our MEP life comes to an end.
    It’s on all the usual podcast providers.

  2. Two of the five above are in 2020 sadly no more, the consequences of EU withdrawal and the general election outcome.

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