Posts Tagged “bbc radio 5 live”

25 years of the Liberal Democrats – “From Eastbourne to Eastleigh”

by Stephen Tall on March 2, 2013

25 years ago this weekend the Liberal Democrats were officially founded. Here’s a 5-minute interview I did for BBC 5 Live’s Morning Reports with Nathan Turvey, broadcast at silly o’clock this morning: Enjoy reading this? Please like and share:

What I said to BBC Radio 5 Live’s Jon Pienaar this morning about… Nick Clegg’s leadership

by Stephen Tall on September 22, 2012

Another day — in fact the first day of Lib Dem conference here in sunny Brighton — and somewhat inevitably all the media questions are about Nick Clegg’s leadership. I was up this morning inflicting myself on the ears of (…)

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State of the Coalition (2): What I said on BBC Radio 5 Live

by Stephen Tall on May 10, 2012

Late Tuesday night, I was on Tony Livesy’s BBC Radio 5 Live programme alongside Henry Hill of the Dilettante blog talking about today’s Coalition re-up. Here’s what we said… [haiku url=”http://stephentall.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/2012-05-10-071552.mp3″ title=”2012-05-10 071552″] Enjoy reading this? Please like and share:

What I told BBC Radio 5’s Nicky Campbell about Simon Hughes’s call for Jeremy Hunt to face inquiry

by Stephen Tall on April 27, 2012

As I blogged this morning Simon Hughes last night became the first senior Lib Dem to call for Jeremy Hunt to face an independent inquiry into whether his behaviour broke the ministerial code during NewsCorp’s attempted takeover of BSkyB. I (…)

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