Iain Dale

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Iain Dale presents the Drivetime show on LBC Radio. He is also managing director of Britain's leading political publisher, Biteback Publishing.


Friday, 7 August 2020

Life is boring living in an echo-chamber

Since the title of the podcast is “Full Disclosure” I’d better disclose that James O’Brien is a colleague of mine …

By Iain Dale



Friday, 31 July 2020

The secret's out, "Fortunately" is my favourite podcast

The Fortunately Podcast, BBC Sounds I might as well admit it right from the off that this is my favourite …

By Iain Dale



Friday, 24 July 2020

BBC's "Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty" feels like a wasted opportunity

The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty, BBC2 As you will know, if you are a regular reader of this column, …

By Iain Dale



Friday, 17 July 2020

Trump supporters look away, I've changed my mind on Hillary

Hillary, Sky Documentaries There’s nothing quite like a multi-part documentary series on leading Follow Reaction on Twitter

By Iain Dale



Friday, 10 July 2020

Please never change, Test Match Special

Test cricket – Test Match Cricket, Sky Sports, Test Match Special, 5 Live Sports Extra On Wednesday cricket fans around …

By Iain Dale



Friday, 3 July 2020

Never mind Will Ferrell - Netflix's "Eurovision" is a rollercoaster

Eurovision – The Story of Fire Saga, Netflix I’ve never quite understood the appeal of Will Ferrell, so it was …

By Iain Dale



Friday, 26 June 2020

Hail Eniola Aluko - the next big thing in football punditry

The Return of Premier League Football, Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC1 Back in early March I remember saying to a …

By Iain Dale



Friday, 19 June 2020

BBC's brilliant "Salisbury Poisonings" tells a gripping tale of state sponsored violence

The Salisbury Poisonings, BBC1 Spread over three consecutive nights, this series sought to tell the story of the poisonings of …

By Iain Dale



Friday, 12 June 2020

Watch "You" before it gets cancelled

You, Series 2, Netflix “You” has been one of Netflix’s greatest hits. It is summed up very simply by the …

By Iain Dale