This episode, introduced by Victoria Pearson, the Ungagged Collective are (mostly) talking Left Life Hacks.
We’ll be hearing from Chuck Hamilton, with a follow up to his last piece, talking about the Egyptian Revolution, and why the poor are blamed for their poverty, George Collins will be talking about Direct democracy and ranked choice voting, and Debra Torrance will be telling us not to give abuse but give something of use, and running down her top left life hacks.
Francesca Testen, aka The History Twins (who you can find out more about in our newest Cuppa Minute Interview) will be talking about Scottish Independence, and her own independence, Mhairi Hunter will be giving us an update on her last ungagged podcast, about shooting galleries, and Graham Campbell will be talking about the Windrush scandal.
We’ll hear from Nelly Neal who asks if we should continue to protest and demonstrate, Richie Venton, will be talking about getting his union conference to adapt maximum wage, Laura Lundahl will make her Ungagged debut with a chat about student visas, Teresa Durran will be talking about political correctness revisited, and Red Raiph will be singing us his salty blues.
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