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Welcome to the LabourTALK Podcast. This podcast is produced by Glasgow Pollok Constituency Labour Party (CLP) member John Beattie. Subscribe for interviews from various Labour Party personnel discussing the current and relevant political issues from all levels of governance, including Local Authority, Scottish Parliament and Westminster. This is not an official Labour Party podcast. It is produced by Labour Party members to put forward progressive ideas and promote Labour Party policy, value ...
 
Labour News is a weekly showcase for what labour unions strive to do on behalf of all working people, young and old, including the unorganized, the unemployed, the injured and those with disabilities. It records their struggles, their victories and their defeats, but above all it voices their determination to create a better, fairer world. Never forget that 'without our brain and muscle, not a single wheel would turn!'
 
As well as both being professional comedians, Stuart Goldsmith and Sindhu Vee have two other big things in common: they a) are both parents and b) have no idea how to be parents. But hey, does anyone? In this show, the acclaimed host of The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast and the writer/creator of BBC Radio 4's Sindhustan try to find out, seeking the advice of notable parents and experts on how to cope with parenthood, exploring the sacrifices, choices and mistakes made along the way. Light-hear ...
 
A five-part series hosted by new member of the party Holly Rigby with regular guest, long-time Labour member and University of East London academic Jeremy Gilbert. Each episode deals with the big issues facing the Labour Party today, and asks what can be learnt from the history of the party. The series is intended to help the hundreds of thousands of new Labour members and supporters to understand the party and engage with it. Supported by Compass, a home for those who want to build and be p ...
 
Orignally written as a series of newspaper articles in 1847, Wage-Labour and Capital was intended to give a short overview, for popular consumption, of Marx’s central threories regarding the economic relationships between workers and capitalists. These theories outlined include the Marxian form of the Labour Theory of Value, which distinguishes “labour” from “labour-power”, and the Theory of Concentration of Capital, which states that capitalism tends towards the creation of monopolies and t ...
 
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This week your hate filled host, Dafydd Vaughan, will be discussing racism in the UK with an apologetic Cllr Jabez Oakes. With bigots, racists and liars more prevalent now than ever, we try and discuss this weeks news stories without getting to angry! Please LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE to our podcast if you enjoy the show!…
 
This month on Loves Labours Watched we're speaking with author Zakiya Dalila Harris about The Other Black Girl, her New York Times bestselling debut novel. We talk to Zakiya about publishing's diversity problem, and how she blended elements of realism, sci-fi and horror to depict the ways in which white supremacy asserts itself in the workplace. Za…
 
On this very late edition of the Two Left Feet, your host Dafydd Vaughan talks #Thank You Day, the 73rd Birthday of the NHS, Labour winning in Batley & Spen, Matt Hancock, England unlocking from COVID and the CAC election for Labour Party Conference. Join as always by the Co-Host with the most, Cllr Jabez Oakes. LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE if you enj…
 
Your Host Dafydd Vaughan takes a look at the last 7 days in the world of British politics with Cllr Jabez Oakes in this celebratory edition of the Two Left Feet. On this weeks show we talk about Batley & Spen, Owen Jones' impartial documentary, John Bercow and the latest developments of the zombie apocalypse. Please LIKE, SHARE and Subscribe if you…
 
On this sizzling episode, your host Dafydd Vaughan discusses the hot topics of the week with the Local, Friendly, Neighborhood Councillor - Cllr Jabez Oakes. This week we delve into heated chat over the covid friendly meeting of the G7, the Queen cutting cakes, football fans taking the knee and British farming to mention a few. Plus much more on th…
 
On another exiting and packed episode of the Unofficial Labour Party Podcast, your host, Dafydd Vaughan talks to Cllr Jabez Oakes about Unite the Union and the upcoming General Secretary election. We'll be discussing the NHS England private data sell-off, the bypassing of devolved Governments, the "leveling up" bribe to Council constituents and cor…
 
On another exiting and packed episode of the Unofficial Labour Party Podcast, your host, Dafydd Vaughan partners up in podcast matrimony with his blushing 'co-host to be' Cllr Jabez Oakes for a Happy discussion. On this Happy day, some may say the Happiest Day of Jay's life, we're discussing the Cumming revelations of old news that the Tory Governm…
 
Join your host Dafydd Vaughan for another packed show of complicated political anger management. Joining Dafydd again is the complicated yet calming voice of Cllr Jabez Oakes, who is ready to discuss complicated issues that include Joe Biden, riots in Swansea, corporal punishment, Everton FC, Belarus, more trains and the possibility of the Tories b…
 
This month we connect with New York Times bestselling author Maggie Shipstead about her new novel Great Circle, an enveloping, lyrical and ambitious novel about a 1940s female aviator and the modern-day actress who is hired to play her in a biopic. We enjoyed a fascinating discussion with Maggie all about how the megastardom of the Twilight stars i…
 
On this weeks episode, a review of the recent elections Labour has faced by your host Dafydd Vaughan and your Local Friendly Neighborhood Councillor Jabez Oakes. We talk about the success of Welsh Labour and the stark contrast that has been seen in England as well as several other results with what it means for the future of the country.…
 
On this weeks show we give a special review of the 1997 devolution referendum in Wales and discuss why tomorrows regional elections are so important. Your host Dafydd Vaughan discusses with Cllr Jabez Oakes, in a "Watch-Along" feature, the arguments for and against devolution back in 1997 and why we need to fight and vote to keep our regional Gover…
 
This week your host Dafydd Vaughan and Cllr Jabez Oakes invite you to watch a speech from the archives to review. Jay's choice is Neil Kinnock's speech in 1985 to the Labour Party conference. Also and additional speech in 1981 which features Dennis Skinner. 1985 Speech - https://youtu.be/Jji0JS5TPFk 1981 Speech - https://youtu.be/guPsvUlMHEE…
 
This month we're chatting to Laura Kay, author of the heartwarming new rom-com The Split. We chat to Laura about how she centered queer narratives, why main characters don't have to be likable and why Louise Rennison's Angus Thongs series remains a masterpiece to this day. Later, we dive deep into WandaVision, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first …
 
Welcome back to LLW, this month we speak to author Lucy Jago about her new novel A Net For Small Fishes, which examines two real life women who were at the centre of a 16th century English scandal. We speak to Lucy about her wealth of historical research, recentering female narratives and why tearing War and Peace in half is the way to finally get …
 
For our first episode of 2021, LLW connected with Kiley Reid, author of Such a Fun Age, the smash-hit novel long-listed for the 2020 Man Booker Prize. In our chat, Kiley discusses the novel’s themes of storytelling and social media, plus how she uses the writing process to get inside her character’s heads, why she chose the multi-layered title and …
 
Edd takes us through the history of the tactic of workplace occupations, and we discuss their re-emergence in Britain and Ireland in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crash. We're very lucky to be joined by Jaymie Rigby, one of the workers who occupied the Vestas wind turbine blades factory on the Isle of Wight in 2009. As we face a new wave of j…
 
Welcome to The History of the Labour Party, a weekly series following the establishment, growth and subsequent history of the British Labour Party. In this episode we explore the historic Taff Vale ruling and what it meant for the unions, the LRC's secret electoral pact with the Liberals and the political developments of the 1910's.…
 
Welcome to The History of the Labour Party, a weekly series following the establishment, growth and subsequent history of the British Labour Party. In this episode we explore why setting up a political party for labour was a radical idea, how the trade unions and key socialists went about doing it, and how this culminated in the establishment of th…
 
This week on LLW we speak to Zaina Arafat, author of You Exist Too Much, a coming of age story about a young Palestinian-American woman caught between two worlds. Zaina, an LGBTQ, Arab/Muslim-American writer, speaks to LLW about her protagonist, who struggles with her dual identity, her complicated relationship with her mother and her internalised …
 
On the final episode of Child Labour series 1 Stu and Sindhu talk to firecracker comedian Sara Barron about the decision to have one child, questioning the pursuit of your career and the impact of the choices your parents make through your life.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart @ComComPod, and include #Chil…
 
After a month hiatus, LLW is back! We're here to chat about two recent Netflix big hitters: new movie Enola Holmes starring Stranger Things' Millie Bobbie Brown and so-bad-it's-good TV hit Emily in Paris. Find out why we were charmed by one and bemused by the other and get stuck into a discussion about breaking the fourth wall, a saccharine vision …
 
How would you co-parent if you separated from your partner before lockdown but then spent lockdown together for the benefit of your child? Well that is the situation comedian Ivo Graham found himself in. Hear how they have navigated that, the impact of heading to boarding school when he was 5 and what that means in the future for his own child.We w…
 
Amanda Donnett is the founder and director of Spilt Milk Psychology and in this episode she takes Sindhu and Stu through the importance of self-care, talking your child down when you’re really talking yourself down and how her own upbringing as part of a large family, made larger by foster children shaped who she is.We would love to hear from you, …
 
What’s it like having two “fizzy” parents? Geoff Norcott take us through his own upbringing with a chauvinistic mum (his words), asks why you need a third character and the synchronisation of families.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart @ComComPod, and include #ChildLabourPod, about anything we’ve discussed i…
 
Comedian Josie Long brings her immense positivity to Child Labour and wows Stuart and Sindhu with her take on smiling as the world burns around you, smiling as your eyes burn due to lack of sleep, and smiling in anticipation of her sinister phase two...We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart @ComComPod, and inclu…
 
Would you raise your child gender neutral and not let immediate family members know their sex? That is what the guests, Hobbit Humphrey & Jake England-Johns have chosen to do and on this episode of the podcast they take us through the process, searching their own unconscious bias, the reaction and how their own upbringings shaped where they are.We …
 
What role has organised labour played in anti-racist and civil rights struggles, past and present? We look at recent actions by workers and unions as part of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the historic role of black workers' organisers and socialists in the US civil rights struggle. We also discuss the unfortunate presence in the US labour mo…
 
In Part Three of our NEC Specials, Tom and James speak with one of Open Labour's endorsed candidates, Jermain Jackman. Jermain is a committed Labour activist and, after winning The Voice in 2014, he decided to stand for Labour's NEC and formed the 1987 Caucus earlier this year. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Comedy institution Dara O’Briain talks to Stu and Sindhu about how Catholicism stops with him, creating memories for your kids that they simply won’t remember, the benefits of gaming and why he is an eruption of parenting.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart @ComComPod, and include #ChildLabourPod, about anyth…
 
This week we had the pleasure of chatting to Helly Acton, author of debut novel The Shelf. The Shelf follows protagonist Amy, who is unceremoniously dumped by her boyfriend on a new reality TV show and tasked, alongside six other contestants, to complete challenges that'll turn her into a 'keeper' and win the show. We had a great time listening to …
 
The first guest on Child Labour to be kidnapped by their own parents, BAFTA winner Christian Stevenson talks to Sindhu and Stu about his own childhood, single parenting three boys, and how you can still be true to yourself and use that to shape your children.We would love to hear from you, so tweet us! Sindhu @SindhuVFunny or Stuart @ComComPod, and…
 
Hello! This episode of Child Labour sees Sindhu and Stu catching up about their lockdown experiences. The highs, the lows, the excitement and the mundane. 50% of this podcast was laid low by the virus and 100% had their eyes opened to how their partners truly parent, plus we hear listeners’ emails for the first time.We would love to hear from you, …
 
Welcome back to Loves Labours Watched! This week we're chatting to Susannah Dickey, author of compelling new novel Tennis Lessons, a coming of age story showcasing snapshots of a young woman's life from her childhood to late twenties. It's visceral and compulsive and we speak to Susannah all about her knack for observing the minutiae of daily life.…
 
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