The latest "House of Comments" podcast with myself and Stuart Sharpe of the Sharpe's Opinion political blog is now live. The website for the podcasts is here and the Nineteenth episode which we recorded on Tuesday 30th March is available to download via this page here (raw mp3 file here if you prefer). You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here. Or you can listen to it right now here:
The format is to invite political bloggers on each week to discuss a few of the stories that are making waves in the blogosphere.
This week we were joined by Alex Massie who writes and blogs for The Spectator and by Alex Smith, editor of LabourList and Islington council candidate.
We discussed the "Ask the Chancellors" debate, the return of Tony Blair, what Labour would do with a fourth term if they unexpectedly won, whether the Tory lack of campaign experience is telling and the experiences of the two Alexes during the US primaries/election campaign in 2008 and whether we have learned the lessons from those in the UK.
Me and Stu are taking a break next week for Easter but will be back the week after (WB 12th April) with a new episode.
If you are a political blogger and would like to participate in the future, please drop me an e-mail here.