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In this week’s episode of London Calling, Toby collects his 50 quid and then he and James debate whether 2022 will be the year we return to normal or “The Great Reset” will continue apace.
What lies ahead in politics? What’s the line of succession in Scotland, what does the conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell hold for the powerful around the world and what are the chances of Boris surviving until the end of 2022?
With a new year comes the Honours List including the controversial pick for Tony Blair; resolutions (although James hasn’t made any); and, in Culture Corner, the Turner Contemporary in Margate, The Power of the Dog (Netflix) and Roadrunner (available on most PPV services), a documentary about Anthony Bourdain.
This week’s opening sound is of Emma Burnell and Ali Miraj reacting to the New Year’s Honours list courtesy of GBNews.
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It will be good to catch my fave Brit podcaster after I get some shut eye.
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