The back-stop’s here? Bad puns with top political coverage from Northern Ireland. Red Lines brings you essential analysis and commentary by BBC NI’s politics team.
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Why oh why oh why don't the BBC do podcasts this good in Scotland?
I listened to what was a v interesting discussion with Burns and all the right Qs were asked. I’m no Tory but he gave measured and thoughtful responses which impressed me, and his journey from n Belfast nationalist background to where he is today is impressive. But , god almighty, it was almost undone by his devotion to Johnson and his analysis of his “successes”, Brexit done..oh but for the overhang of the NIP..he, Burns, still has serious flaws…but a good 30 minute listen..
Mark is exactly what NI needs. A non-biased, forensic, intelligent and respected journalist. Not interested in likes or views, purely the facts. Everything that Nolan isn’t.
An Oasis of intelligent political debate in an ever-expanding Desert of shallow sensationalist noise
Loving it!!! Can’t wait for episode 2!!
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Red Lines launched 4 years ago and published 156 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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