As the spring series of The 9pm Edict continues, Rishi Sunak becomes the new prime minister of the UK — at least at the time of recording — so who better to join us than Scottish author and social researcher David F Porteous?Continue reading “The 9pm State of Lenny Kravitz’s Underpants with David F Porteous”
Monday 17 to Sunday 23 October 2022 was an astounding week in British politics, so I made a podcast. I also had quite a few drinks, but we won’t talk about that. I will mention that there was a lot of rain, however. Thanks, La Niña.Continue reading “Weekly Wrap 647: So much good food while the UK disintegrated before our eyes”
There’s so much happening at once! In this episode of The 9pm Edict podcast, it’s all the excitement of history being made — for 45 days.Continue reading “The 9pm Reinvention of All the Things in the UK, US, and Australia”
As the world, and in particular the UK, emerges from the period of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, regular service is resumed — by which I mean the usual mix of the stupid and the bizarre.
[Update: This episode was edited on 25 September 2022 to reflect developments across the weekend in the Optus data breach story. If you’re after just that update, scroll in to 55m02s.]Continue reading “UPDATED: The 9pm Trickle-Down Containers of Hackers and Grief”
The spring series of The 9pm Edict kicks off in a strange week, especially in British politics and the monarchy. This episode is a disjointed set of personal observations and complaints.Continue reading “The 9pm Delusion of His Anserine Highness, Princess Timothy of Kew, and Other Observations”
A family in Florida is shocked by some unusual behaviour. Bob Katter talks about his cunning nature. And Scott Morrison continues to be Scott Morrison, telling us he doesn’t trust governmentsContinue reading “The 9pm Low-Energy Bob Katter Lovefest with Unexpected Nudity”