Adrian Goldberg's Talk Show

Adrian Goldberg's Talk Show

Adrian Goldberg's Talk Show
TRUMP'S NEW CIVIL WAR
Jan 13, 2021 32 min

TRUMP'S NEW CIVIL WAR

Donald Trump has become the first US President to be impeached for a second time but Byline Times global correspondent CJ Werleman believes he'll be remembered for something else - inciting a new American civil war. CJ correctly predicted that Donald Trump would try to "steal" the US election and in this wide ranging interview - which also encompasses the Q Anon conspiracy theory - he makes a chilling assessment of the aftermath of the storming of the US Capitol. We also hear from Byline Times co-founder Peter Jukes about the links between Trump, Boris Johnson's government and the Brexit movement in the UK; while Byline Times editor Hardeep Matharu explains her fears for the future of British democracy. Presented and produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Funded by subscribers to the Byline Times. Thank you to everyone who has taken out a subs already.
COVID DENIERS AND LOCKDOWN SCEPTICS
Jan 06, 2021 43 min

COVID DENIERS AND LOCKDOWN SCEPTICS

Despite the scale of the Coronavirus pandemic, Covid "deniers" and "lockdown sceptics" enjoy significant access to the airwaves in newspapers, on TV and radio, and on social media. Professor David Oliver, a hospital doctor for 30 years argues that these critics are :"gaslighting" members of the medical profession, who witness the terrible impact of the virus on a daily basis. He's no government mouthpiece, and identifies areas where he believes significant errors have been made in official policy - just don't tell him Covid 19 is exaggerated, or that he and his colleagues are not under unprecedented pressure. You might also want to listen to our previous podcast on this subject, "Scamdemics and Academics". Plus James Doleman reports on the failed US attempt to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from the UK. Further reading: Nafeezz Ahmed identifies the
PICK OF THE YEAR
Dec 31, 2020 40 min

PICK OF THE YEAR

Byline Times podcast editor Adrian Goldberg makes a personal selection of highlights from 2020. Produced and presented in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg. Subscribe here to the Byline Times.
THE RUSSIA REPORT
Dec 30, 2020 30 min

THE RUSSIA REPORT

Byline Times writer and FSB disinformation expert Zarina Zabrisky responds to the Russia Report, released by MP's on the UK's Intelligence and Security Committee. The report accused the Westminster government of underestimating the threat of Kremlin-inspired interference in the Scottish independence referendum in 2014 and the EU referendum in 2016. Zarina explains the origins of Vladimir Putin's "mafia state" and explains its global ambitions. We also hear from Dr Andrew Corbett, a former Trident submarine commander who told Byline Times he wouldn't have pushed the nuclear button if Boris Johnson was PM. Don't forget to subscribe to the monthly Byline Times newspaper - go to [email protected] Produced and presented by Adrian Goldberg.
SWEDEN'S COVID CRISIS
Dec 24, 2020 45 min

SWEDEN'S COVID CRISIS

Sweden's laissez fair response to the Coronavirus crisis has won plaudits from populists in the US and UK, but it's death rate from the pandemic is four times greater than in neighbouring Denmark, Norway and Finland combined. In this episode Adrian Goldberg talks to Byline Times writer Kelly Bjorkland about her investigation into the guidelines that recommended palliative end of life care rather than potential life saving hospital treatment of residents of residential care homes. We also hear from hospital consultant Dr Anders Jansson, a leading critic of epidemiologist Anders Tegnell who has driven the country's Covid policy, and Susanne Matteuzzi whose elderly mother died after being refused hospital treatment. There are also contributions from Dr Nele Brusselaers who quit Sweden after challenging the official policy and Keith Begg, founder of Media Watchdogs of Sweden. Presented and produced by Adrian Goldberg. Made in Birmingham for Byline Times.
UNIVERSITIES CHALLENGED
Dec 17, 2020 27 min

UNIVERSITIES CHALLENGED

Are Britain's universities doing enough to help disadvantaged students get a top class degree? Not according to Dr Suriyah Bi, who argues that Covid 19 has added further obstacles to the goal of securing wider access to higher education. Dr Bi, who grew up in inner city Birmingham draws on her own personal experience as well as research carried out for the Equality Act Review. She is joined by recent graduate Alisa Anwar who reflects on her experience as part of the "Covid Cohort" who graduated in 2020. Plus the Bye Bye Brexiters - Byline Times editor Peter Jukes reflects on the Leave campaigners who want Britain to leave the EU, but don't quite love the UK enough to permanently live here, Funded by subscribers to the Byline Times. More details at Bylinetimes.com Produced and presented in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg.
DAVID GLEAVE; FOOTBALL'S BLACK PIONEERS
Dec 14, 2020 13 min

DAVID GLEAVE; FOOTBALL'S BLACK PIONEERS

Adrian meets David Gleave, co author (with Bill Hern) of Football's Black Pioneers.
THE "DAD'S ARMY" BREXIT
Dec 09, 2020 33 min

THE "DAD'S ARMY" BREXIT

How far was Brexit powered by Britain's yearning for an Imperial past that can never return? And how useful to the populists who promoted it is imagery like the opening credits of Dad's Army, which shows plucky old Blighty being pushed back to the Kent coastline by the advancing German army? Adrian Goldberg hears from Byline Times editor Hardeep Matharu and two of the paper's writers, Otto English and Jonathan Lis about the influence of the past upon the present and the future. Made in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg for Byline Times.
Dale Vince and John Robb: Manifesto
Dec 04, 2020 28 min

Dale Vince and John Robb: Manifesto

"I'm not a businessman who does the environment; I'm an environmentalist who does business" - the words of Dale Vince, boss of the word's first green energy company Ecotricity who previously spent a decade as a New Age Traveller, and now owns a football club. Along with legendary music journalist John Robb, he has written "Manifesto", an autobiography which also offers a way forward for the planet. Produced and presented by Adrian Goldberg.
NHS WHISTLEBLOWERS; A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH
Dec 02, 2020 34 min

NHS WHISTLEBLOWERS; A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH

NHS staff who wanted to blow the whistle on poor practice among their colleagues were promised a new deal in 2015 when Sir Robert Francis recommended the creation of the National Guardians Office, which encouraged the "freedom to speak up." This followed scandals at Stafford Hospital and Gosport War Memorial Hospital where concerns raised by workers were ignored - with deadly consequences. Despite the optimism created by the arrival of the NGO, Health Service staff who speak out in public still risk being victimised as Stephen Colegrave has revealed in a series of articles for Byline Times. In this episode presenter Adrian Goldberg explores why the system isn't working with Stephen, former NHS whistleblower David Drew, and Michelle Russell, a nurse who hasn't worked for 5 years after reporting an assault by a co-worker. Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg.
Adrian Goldberg's Talk Show
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