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Political Thinking with Nick Robinson

Political Thinking with Nick Robinson

Nick Robinson has a conversation with, not an interrogation of, the people who shape our political thinking about what shaped theirs.


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The Nick Carter One

The Chief of the Defence Staff discusses the lessons learned in Iraq and Afghanistan, and being kicked out of his school's cadet force for playing golf.
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The Rachel Reeves One

The Shadow Chancellor on learning from Labour?s defeats, playing aggressive chess and that ?boring snoring? Tweet
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The Sajid Javid Health Secretary One

The Health Secretary on the reshuffle, health inequalities after the pandemic and a missing pair of scissors
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The Jeffrey Donaldson One

The DUP leader on his fear of further unrest in Northern Ireland, what he learned from Boris Johnson and the Mountains of Mourne
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The Tom Tugendhat Afghanistan One

The Foreign Affairs Select Committee Chair on shame, Afghanistan and Global Britain
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The Oliver Dowden One

The Culture Secretary on culture wars, suburban values, football heritage and treading the boards
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The Alok Sharma One

The COP26 President on the ?decisive decade? to tackle climate change, why Swampy runs Britain?s boardrooms and being Mr Boring
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The Gordon Brown One

The former Prime Minister on tips for chairing the G7, footballers taking the knee and ?not being silent? on Scotland?s future
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The Ed Miliband Reunion One

The Shadow Business Secretary and former Labour leader on thinking ?big?, standing against his brother and emergency-charging his electric car
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The Christina McAnea One

The Unison General Secretary on Red Clydeside, the art of negotiation and words of advice for Labour
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The Kate Forbes One

The Scottish Finance Secretary on growing up in India, her faith and how another independence referendum will be fought
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The Rachel de Souza One

The Children?s Commissioner on tackling failing schools, online safety and knowing your Aristotle
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The Len McCluskey Election Special One

The Unite General Secretary on Labour?s electoral woes, Starmer?s ?failure? and the politics of football
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The Jonathan Reynolds One

The Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary on Labour?s ?vast? challenge, having an autistic child and why he would like to run Sunderland FC
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The Justin Welby One

The Archbishop of Canterbury on being involved in politics, how leaders today are more moral than their predecessors, the need for reconciliation, and why he likes The West Wing
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The Alistair Carmichael One

The longest-serving LibDem MP on the benefits of island life, why beef farming in Shetland shouldn?t be stopped by fears over global warming, working with Tories, and the perils of nationalism
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The Jeane Freeman One

Scotland?s Health Secretary on her journey from communism via Labour to the SNP; why she says Alex Salmond is not fit to hold office; and what went wrong in Scotland?s care homes over covid
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The Nadhim Zahawi One

The vaccines minister on fleeing Iraq, losing and making money, the role of entrepreneurs in vaccine development, and Shakespeare.
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The Kwasi Kwarteng One

The new Business Secretary on whether he?s changed his mind on Thatcherite economics, his ?Sunday? name, views of Empire, and the quality of Nick?s interview research
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The Michelle O'Neill One

Northern Ireland?s Deputy First Minister and Sinn Fein leader discusses the likely impact of Joe Biden, her Irish Republican childhood and fighting covid
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The Mark Sedwill One

The former Cabinet Secretary on handling crises, the end of the Trump era and speaking frankly to Boris
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The Kate Bingham One

The former head of the Vaccine Taskforce on finding a vaccine, getting caught in the political crossfire and whether the UK can be ?world-beating?
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The Jake Berry One

The Conservative MP on a year of heartbreak, his friendship with the PM and his ambitions for the North
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The Kate Green One

The Shadow Education Secretary on her despair at Jeremy Corbyn, abolishing Eton and reforming the honours system.
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The Steve Rotheram One

The Liverpool Metro Mayor discusses his city?s image, Hillsborough, class politics, and why he did he a deal with Boris Johnson but won?t shake his hand
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The Kemi Badenoch One

The Equalities Minister on redefining Black History Month, racial inequality and her love for Mrs Thatcher
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The Siân Berry One

The Green Party co-leader on her childhood love of wildlife, taking on 4x4s and whether the Greens can change politics
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The Simon Coveney One

The Irish Foreign Minister on his Anglo-Irish roots, the prospects for a Brexit deal and taking his centenarian grandmother to Lords
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The George Eustice One

The Environment Secretary on the spirit of Poldark, answering questions for David Cameron and the price of fish fingers.
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The Anneliese Dodds One

The Shadow Chancellor on her Presbyterian roots, being a student protestor and whether she?s prepared to say ?no?
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The Douglas Ross One

The new Scottish Conservative leader on football refereeing, his unusual knowledge of cattle and whether he can stop a second independence referendum
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The Layla Moran One

The LibDem leadership contender discusses the meaning of liberalism, the threat of fat-shaming, and the common humanity of being stardust but not necessarily pansexual
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The Thérèse Coffey One

The Work and Pensions Secretary on her Liverpudlian roots, applying science to politics, dealing with the rise in unemployment and her passion for karaoke
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The Nicklaus Thomas-Symonds One

Labour's shadow home secretary on his village with seven MPs, the collective spirit of the Welsh valleys, what Michael Foot told him as a teenager, and his golfing name
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The Mark Regev One

Israel's former ambassador to the UK on arguing his country's case, why he doesn't like being called 'silver-tongued', why he changed his name, and his reasons for optimism
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The Neil Ferguson One

The leading epidemiologist on how science and politics can best work together, being forced to resign from a government committee, and his media nickname of 'Professor Lockdown'
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The Robert Buckland One

The Justice Secretary on loneliness in politics, kneeling, how courts respond to covid, and why there is no such thing as 'normal' - plus he demonstrates his love of music
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The Maro Itoje One

The leading England rugby player on racism, Black Lives Matter, statues, finding middle ground, the diversity of Harrow School, and being impressed by Keir Starmer
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The Arlene Foster One

Northern Ireland's First Minister on what happened to her family during the Troubles, her discussions with Boris Johnson over Brexit, and what she's missed most during lockdown
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The Jonathan Sumption One

The former Supreme Court justice on why lockdown is 'despotic', being a libertarian, not being a politician, what Lord Hutton's inquiry got wrong and what Keith Joseph got right
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The Jeremy Hunt covid one

Jeremy Hunt talks about making mistakes, learning from Asia, his dispute with the junior doctors, and the trials of family life
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The Mark Drakeford One

Wales's First Minister on tackling the virus, working with Boris & digging the allotment
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The Richard Horton One

The editor of the Lancet discusses problems in the relationship between science and politics, why he thinks the lockdown must go on, and whether he is really a headline chaser.
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The new Keir Starmer one

Labour's new leader Keir Starmer talks about his background, upbringing, legal career and core values (in an interview recorded in 2018)
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The Rosena Allin-Khan One

The Labour deputy leadership candidate and doctor on being prepared for coronavirus, why she chose politics and that Love Actually video
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The Rebecca Long-Bailey One

The Labour leadership candidate on her Mancunian roots, why she didn't go into politics straight away and raising her eyebrows
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The Ian Murray One

The Labour deputy leadership candidate on uniting Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, saving Hearts FC and why Labour has to recover in Scotland if it is ever to win in Westminster again
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The Inside Story of Election 19 One

A bonus episode, with Anne McElvoy's behind-the-scenes documentary about the 2019 election
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The What Does Boris Johnson Really Think One

Pragmatist, libertarian or cakeist? Heathite or Trumpesque? Nick explores what drives the political views of Boris Johnson.
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The Nigel Farage Brexit Day One

The leading Brexit campaigner on the lessons he learnt as a City trader, what he thought of the 1975 referendum, and how he changed the 2019 election
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