Is this our most controversial podcast? I leave it to you dear listeners to decide as we kick off with our thoughts on the sainted Van the Man.
We move to much safer ground with Lesley's views on Trump as the revelations in Fire and Fury stoke the flames surrounding the Donald.
I muse on the "Oprah for 2020" buzz and what it says about the state of the USA .
The failure of the UK government to produce the amendments to Clause 11 of the EU Withdrawal Bill, the potential for a Westminster "power grab", and the, seeming, all party unanimity among Scottish MPs and MSPs is up next. Lesley speculates if this is the dawn of a new realisation, especially for the Scots Tories, of an undermining of not only the Scottish Parliament but of democracy.
I offer my cynical response, not like me....
The recent Cabinet reshuffle and the stooshie over diversity gives me the chance to court more controversy with my perspective on what jot of difference more BEM or women in a Tory Cabinet makes to equality.
We end almost we began with movies and music. However, after Falkirk, nae Dundee United