Episode 62 of the House of Comments podcast "Taking an Interest" was recorded yesterday and is out today. This week in a slightly shorter episode than normal myself and Emma Burnell are joined by author Carl Packman to discuss payday lenders and what can be done to provide loans from alternative sources, the US PRISM scandal and how it relates to privacy questions in the UK and Labour's repositioning on pensions policy.
You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.
Other podcasting software e.g. for Android can be pointed here to subscribe.
You can download the mp3 for the latest episode directly from here.
Or you can listen to the embedded episode below here:
If you are a political blogger and wish to be considered as a future guest please drop me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any feedback welcomed in the comments below.
PS: A big thanks to Audioboo for hosting the podcast for us and especially to Audioboo's James O'Malley who has helped us out getting relaunched. James is also editor of The Pod Delusion podcast which is about "interesting things" and is well worth a listen too! We would also like to thank Kevin MacLeod from Incompetech.com for our theme music.