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Oh God, What Now?


Making sense of our political hell every Tuesday and Friday! Oh God, What Now? is the no-bulls**t politics podcast, making the unbearable bearable with top quality guests and analysis, plus poor quality jokes. Regulars include: Dorian Lynskey, author of The Ministry Of Truth: A Biography of Orwell’s 1984 and host of Origin Story • Alex Andreou, writer, commentator, cook, actor, secret agent • Writ... more

PublishesTwice weeklyEpisodes570Founded7 years ago
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3 days ago

The Middle East is on the verge of all-out war after Iran fired missiles and drones into Israel. Where does Britain stand on this latest escalation – and would we be ready if things get worse? Labour has outlined its hopes to increase defence spendin... more

6 days ago

Reform UK’s candidates have proven to be controversial, to say the least. But, unfortunately, the party seems to be doing ok in the polls. What does Tice’s group actually stand for and what are Reform’s policies? And in the second part, why are we so... more

10 days ago

Britain is the second most powerful country in the world… according to Sunak’s latest desperate brag anyway. You probably saw the weird collage the Tories posted on Twitter — but is there any truth to the party's claims? Or is this just another bizar... more

13 days ago


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4.7 out of 5 stars from 3.7k ratings
  • Lost some fire, but still good

    There’s no doubt the podcast formerly Remainiacs was going to, and had to change towards events. The era of the post-referendum wars, before Covid and pre withdrawal-deal was a different time and the Remainiacs podcast was a different context, you only have to watch documentaries on this era to be amazed at how frantic this time was, and just to prove it, all the major parties have different leaders now. Remainiacs really served as a way to cope with the fallout, hear intelligent analysis pepper... more

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    United Kingdom12 days ago
  • Love this podcast

    Really think the mix will f people on this podcast puts it above the rest. Although Alex is my favourite! Keep on podding on!

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    United Kingdom12 days ago
  • Insane amounts of hypocritical bias

    A politics show with no range of political viewpoints. No debates, no exchange of ideas, just an endless queue of centrist journalists who follow the New Statesman and Labour right lines to the letter. Maybe worth a listen just to see how brazen they all are in their partisanship. Pretty incredible stuff.

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    Japana month ago
  • Excellent

    I really rely on this podcast for a much needed sense of perspective on the news and politics! Great team, always interesting views. Keep up the good work

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    United Kingdoma month ago
  • A declining show

    I used to love OGWN. It was the first of podcast I paid for. But the quality of the show has severely deteriorated over the past few years. During Brexit and Covid, guests used to be serious analysts who brought information to the table that one can only find in specialist journals. Since Ian and Naomi were replaced by Marie and Alex and Ros have become chairs, the tone of many discussions is lightweight and gossipy, with subjects being treated irreverently. Most of the sources speakers refer to... more

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    United Kingdom2 months ago

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#26 Australia/News/Politics


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