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Thousands take to the streets in China to protest against Xi Jinping’s Covid lockdown restrictions. Adam is joined by John Simpson, the BBC’s world affairs editor and Kerry Allen, the BBC’s China media analyst to discuss what’s happening, what it’s like to be arrested as a journalist in China, and whether state media there is censoring images of maskless fans at the World Cup. I’m a Celebrity campmate and TV presenter Scarlette Douglas reveals what it was like living with Matt Hancock in the jungle. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Madeleine Drury, Miranda Slade and Emma Jacobs. The technical producer was Ben Andrews and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Strikes, Nurses, Action

Strikes, Nurses, Action

2022-11-2535:111

The largest nursing strike in NHS history is set to go ahead in December. Adam is joined by the BBC's Hugh Pym and Newscaster (and former NHS nurse) Ruth Harrison to discuss why staff are walking out. The World Cup is in full swing and Piers Morgan joins Adam from Qatar to talk about the fall out around his interview with Cristiano Ronaldo. And Historian Dan Snow presents: The History Of Newscast This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Amy Elizabeth, Cordelia Hemming and Kahdra Salad. The technical producer was Michael Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Migrate Britain

Migrate Britain

2022-11-2430:452

As net UK migration hits its highest ever yearly figure at 504,000, Labour MP Diane Abbott is in the studio to talk about her party’s attitude to more people coming to the country. Also, Douglas Ross, leader of the Scottish Conservative party, joins Adam and Chris, after a court blocked a bid for a second independence referendum. And Europe editor Katya Adler talks about her recent trip to a major gas pipeline between Russia and Europe, after it was blown up. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and the BBC’s political editor Chris Mason. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
IndyRef-lections

IndyRef-lections

2022-11-2336:062

The Scottish government loses its case for a second independence referendum. Scotland Editor James Cook and Newsnight’s Kirsty Wark are in Edinburgh. They join Adam and Chris to assess what Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, might do next. Also on the podcast - the head of the RMT union, Mick Lynch. He explains why there are more rail strikes coming down the track and reveals what he’s going to say to the transport secretary at their first meeting. And what is happening with Manchester United? Fan (and Today programme presenter), Nick Robinson, takes Adam through the latest twists and turns. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Amy Elizabeth and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the assistant editor was Louisa Lewis.
Rail passengers face disruption in the festive period. Adam talks it through with Chris, who is travelling on a train from Birmingham, where he was quizzing the Labour leader on his immigration policy. Madeleine Sumption, from the Migration Advisory Committee, climbs aboard too and assesses how Labour's approach could work. And the Newscast World Cup sweepstake intensifies after the tournament sees some surprising results. We chat to Steve Crossman, from the World Cup Daily Podcast. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Sam Bonham with Amy Elizabeth, Chris Flynn and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the editor was Jonathan Aspinwall.
Political Football

Political Football

2022-11-2133:42

Post-match political analysis from the Newscast line-up. As the World Cup opens in Qatar, Adam is joined by a line-up of correspondents to analyse events on and (mainly) off the pitch. Jack Murley, host of the BBC’s LGBT Sport podcast, talks about the decision for England and Wales not to wear the OneLove armband promoting diversity and inclusivity. 5 Live’s Rick Edwards, who went to the England game in Qatar, gives us his first impressions of how supporters are experiencing the tournament. And the BBC's Marianna Spring, who has been investigating claims of “fake fans”, explains why we should keep an open mind. The BBC's Chris Mason and Faisal Islam also reflect on politics closer to home with renewed arguments over immigration and Brexit coming out of the Autumn Statement. Today’s Newscast made by Danny Wittenberg with Cordelia Hemming and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
World COP

World COP

2022-11-1834:233

Looking back at the UN climate conference and looking ahead to the football. The BBC’s Shaimaa Khalil joins Adam from Qatar as she takes us through everything we need to know about the controversies surrounding the World Cup. And the Newscast friends and family sweepstake is launched with BBC 5 Live's Kelly Cates... Also, as the UN COP climate conference draws to a close, catch up with the Deputy Editor of the Carbon Brief, Dr Simon Evans, who has been at the conference in Egypt. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Danny Wittenberg, Cordelia Hemming and Khadra Salad. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Labour’s shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves reacts, after the government announces tax rises and a spending squeeze, as well as money for schools and the NHS. She’s also quizzed on what her party would do differently. Following her, host of Radio 4’s Money Box Live Adam Shaw, with maths teacher and podcast host Bobby Seagull. The two cast their expert eyes over the chancellor’s workings out. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and the BBC’s political editor Chris Mason. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
What can we expect from Thursday’s budget? Adam is joined by the BBC’s Vicki Young in Westminster and Carl Emmerson, deputy director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, to talk through what the chancellor’s plans could mean for the months ahead. And Gabriel Gatehouse, from Ukrainecast and The Coming Storm podcast, outlines what we know about a missile strike that killed two people in Poland on Tuesday evening. He also shares his thoughts on Donald Trump launching his 2024 presidential bid. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Cordelia Hemming and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Mike Regaard. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
G20/20 Hindsight

G20/20 Hindsight

2022-11-1531:061

PM admits the UK’s reputation has taken “a bit of a knock” around the world. Chris chats to Adam about his interview with Rishi Sunak, and is joined by Newsnight’s diplomatic editor, Mark Urban, who takes us through the main talking points from meetings between international leaders at the G20. And, Professor Hannah Fry is on to explain the driving forces behind the global population rising to 8 billion, and whether that number might continue to rise. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Cordelia Hemming and Chris Flynn. The technical producers were Basil Oxtoby and Mike Regaard. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
G20 Questions

G20 Questions

2022-11-1432:081

US President Joe Biden met Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time and had questions about Taiwan, climate change and the Ukraine war. Chris chats to Adam from the G20 summit in Bali and China expert Isabel Hilton jumps on the podcast too. Also, Adam ventures to the dragon’s den with Deborah Meaden to talk about the upcoming Autumn Statement, COP27, and whether businesses are doing enough to fight climate change. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Chris Flynn with Miranda Slade and Madeleine Drury. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Is the UK economy headed for its longest ever recession? Tim Harford, BBC presenter and “Undercover Economist”, unscrambles the latest figures, explains what happens when the economy starts to shrink, and chats to Adam about his uni lessons with former PM Liz Truss. Also, as Just Stop Oil suspend their protests that have parked traffic on the M25, we ask what makes an effective protest with Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, and Georgia Catt, whose latest podcast explores the world of radical environmentalists. Today’s Newscast was made by Danny Wittenberg with Miranda Slade, Paige Neal-Holder and Madeleine Drury. The technical producer was Ben Andrews. The series producer is Tim Walklate.
As the midterm results continue to come in, the Americast team are taking over the Newscast feed for one day only! The team are in Washington DC, taking a closer look at the rivalry between Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump. Americast is presented by North America Editor Sarah Smith, Today presenter Justin Webb, the BBC's Social Media and Disinformation Correspondent Marianna Spring and North America correspondent Anthony Zurcher. Find out more about the Americast ‘undercover voters’ here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-63530374 This episode is made by Phil Marzouk and Alix Pickles. The studio director is Emma Crowe. The assistant editor is Louisa Lewis. The senior news editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
Nursing a Dispute

Nursing a Dispute

2022-11-0935:093

Why are nurses going on strike and what could it mean for the NHS? Pat Cullen, general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, and Shaun Lintern, health editor at the Sunday Times, discuss what’s driving nurses to strike and how patients could be affected. Jeremy Vine updates us on the latest results from the US midterms. And David Miliband, president of the International Rescue Committee and a former Labour MP, talks all things COP27, and debates whether he should join Mastodon. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade, Danny Wittenberg and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Sir Gavin Williamsgone

Sir Gavin Williamsgone

2022-11-0835:272

A cabinet minister has resigned after bullying claims (which Gavin Williamson denies), so we get instant analysis from the BBC’s Alex Forsyth. And, as the US midterm elections start, Americast’s Sarah Smith and Justin Webb explain why the results could have big implications for the everyday lives of voters. Plus, Adam and Louis Theroux share interview tips! This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Chris Flynn and Madeleine Drury. The technical producer was Jonny Hall and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
COP Heavy

COP Heavy

2022-11-0732:163

World leaders gather in Egypt and UN chief warns of “climate hell”. Adam is joined by Chris from the COP27 climate conference in Sharm el-Sheikh to discuss Rishi Sunak’s first international outing since becoming prime minister. They untangle the day’s diplomacy with climate scientist, Dr Tamsin Edwards. Also, Nigel Topping, the UN Climate Change High-Level Champion, joins Adam to explain how the biggest polluting countries could make up for environmental impacts on developing countries. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Chris Flynn and Madeleine Drury. The technical producer was Gareth Jones and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Good COP? Bad COP?

Good COP? Bad COP?

2022-11-0433:131

World leaders will start meeting in Egypt on Sunday at COP27, the sequel to last year's climate summit in Glasgow, in an effort to tackle climate change. But with the UN warning that the global effort to cut emissions is "woefully inadequate", could this COP be more of a flop? Adam previews the conference with COP26 President Alok Sharma and the BBC’s climate editor Justin Rowlatt. Also, writer Dolly Alderton turns into Newscast's agony correspondent to help us navigate worries about the news after a relentless few weeks. Today's Newscast was made by Daniel Wittenberg with Alix Pickles, Madeleine Drury and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Mike Regaard. The series producer is Tim Walklate.
The Bank of England expects the UK to fall into the longest ever recession. Stephanie Flanders, Head of Bloomberg Economics, and Claer Barrett, Consumer Editor at Financial Times, talk it all through. Also, American comedian Rob Delaney speaks movingly about the loss of his young son, and why he’s chosen to write about it. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and the BBC’s political editor, Chris Mason. It was made by Chris Flynn, Paige Neal-Holder and Danny Wittenberg. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Watchdog finds it's "too easy for the wrong people” to join. A critical police report has found that hundreds of officers who should have failed vetting checks may be working in forces in England and Wales. Zoe Billingham, who was Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue until 2021, joins Adam to talk through her former employers findings, as does policing commentator, Danny Shaw. And BBC Middle East correspondent, Tom Bateman, joins from Jerusalem to explain what’s behind the dramatic comeback of former Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Maddie Drury and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
One of the world's best known climate campaigners talks COP27, Matt Hancock and Kim Kardashian. It's Greta Thunberg as you've never heard her before! Also, political editor Chris Mason runs through a potted history of MPs on reality TV. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade, Maddie Drury and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Comments (406)

Guy Grindlay

Saddam Hussein was committing genocide, harbouring terrorists, trying to build nuclear weapons and invading his neighbours. He had to go even if we hadn’t signed the Geneva Convention.

Oct 3rd
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Valeria Marzullo

this is the most boring Newscast episode ever recorded.

Sep 17th
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Valeria Marzullo

we might have not missed them, had you given any coverage to something other than the queen.

Sep 15th
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Sean Carver

Wall to wall royals, can you broaden your scope please.

Sep 15th
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T

can't play or download this one...

Sep 5th
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Dean Clark

Going Global? 😜

Aug 31st
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Paul Billington

It is terrible what is happening to these people but what is the objective of this sentimental gush? I havn't heard tge same for all the other refugees trying reach the UK. Why? This is just propganda.

Aug 28th
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Liz Sullivan

Interesting to hear from the striking barrister, not so much Scott Mills. This podcast has gone so far downhill since everyone with substance left it's almost unlistenable.

Aug 27th
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Katia Hinic

why is this man getting any airtime

Jul 15th
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Ralph Allmond

if you have people calling for the different outros, why not do a mash up just like the intro?

Jul 13th
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Pætrïck Lėő Dåvīd

I saw Paul Macartney in Austin Texas Oct 12 2018 and I am from Northern Canada. Could you please give him a shout and tell Kate Bush That Dave Guy Loves her too?

Jun 20th
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Jill Daniel

Listened for years but Tory bias getting a bit much for me.

May 28th
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Glen Larsen

Listening to the brilliant Yuval Harari comment on the war Russia started in Ukraine was incredibly comforting for me. #yuvalHarari #war

Mar 29th
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T

Maybe when you cover some other countries' elections, at least mentioning something about their politics. Instead of just treating it as a comedy show?

Mar 12th
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Kiat Huang

Why is the UK govt unable to permit bona fide Ukrainian refugees, into the country, when they let in - every day - hundreds of undocumented immigrants ferried over by human traffickers? Absolutely disgusting. None of them have visas and the govt allows them to stay. So why not the Ukrainians?

Mar 8th
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Kiat Huang

Maybe facts about the Security Council need checking? I'd read that the USSR had a seat and when it broke up, no one objected to Russia taking the seat, but that the formal process was not followed. There could be a loophole. It's the same reason why of the UK broke up, Scotland could not just take the UK's seat at the EU. Scotland would need to go through the application process.

Mar 3rd
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Carl Littlejohns

loving the presenters style. genuine interest instead of trying to set verbal headline traps

Feb 13th
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Hannah Morgan

Had to switch off early due to the fawning over Johnson. Get rid of the apologist please.

Jan 27th
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Ju Bi

Whole series spolit by too much false extended laughter, everyone trying to get the last word and LAURA who loves the sound of her own voice and like a child has to ruin it when others are talking 'look at me, look at me'

Sep 8th
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GJ

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Aug 7th
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