Episode Archive

Episode Archive

74 episodes of CakeWatch since the first episode, which aired on 6 February 2018.

  • Episode 24: Peoples Vote and trade geekery

    19 September 2018  |  1 hr 36 mins
    brexit, eu, referendum, trade, uk politics

    How could a Peoples Vote happen and how should it be handled? Plus lunch with trade expert David Henig.

  • Episode 23: From Project Fear to Project Death Star

    13 September 2018  |  1 hr 11 mins
    brexit, erg, eu, peoples vote, uk politics

    In which your hosts mock the ERG

  • Episode 21: When the Hurly-Burly's Done

    16 August 2018  |  1 hr 23 mins
    brexit, eu, uk politics

    Three for the price of none: Steve, Chris, and Steve talk about how they feel.

  • Episode 20: The One With Steve Analyst

    3 August 2018  |  1 hr 43 mins
    brexit, eu, history, trade, uk politics

    Steve is back but Chris is on paternity leave so stepping into the breach is Steve Analyst!

  • Episode 19: Chequers Pyjama Party

    12 July 2018  |  1 hr 6 mins
    brexit, eu, uk politics

    Chris pops back with special guest host Nick Crosby to discuss another bonkers week in Brexit.

  • We're All Going On A Summer Mental Health Break

    6 July 2018  |  4 mins 6 secs

    Where's this week's Cakewatch? Well here it is and it's the tiniest slice.

  • Episode 18: Micturating on your Frites

    27 June 2018  |  1 hr 4 mins
    brexit, eu, freedom of movement, peoples vote, uk politics

    You May Not Aspire to Embiggenment! Leave disinfo tactics, that damp squib Grieve Rebellion, and our People's Vote March hangover.

  • Episode 17: A Very Brexit Coup

    14 June 2018  |  1 hr 15 mins
    brexit, eu, executive coup, scotland, uk politics

    Chris and Steve discuss the 'debate' in the House of Commons on the EU Withdrawal Bill

  • Episode 16: Citizens' Rights

    6 June 2018  |  1 hr 20 mins
    brexit, eu, labour party, uk politics

    Steve and Chris discuss Citizens' Rights with Laura Shields of British in Europe. Plus, a rapidly cooling hot take on Labour's 'Norway Plus' amendment.

  • Episode 15: The Blame Game

    31 May 2018  |  1 hr 20 mins
    brexit, eu, uk politics

    Chris and Steve engage in some Berlaymontology and dissect the current state of negotiations on the UK's withdrawal. sad face emoji

  • Episode 14: Shy Weans Get No Sweeties

    24 May 2018  |  1 hr 9 mins
    brexit, eu, scotland, scottish politics, uk politics

    This week, Steve and Chris are in conversation with Alyn Smith MEP about Brexit, devolution, subsidiarity, federalism, nationalism, and sweeties.

  • Episode 13: EEA No Way

    16 May 2018  |  1 hr 26 mins
    brexit, eea, eu, uk politics

    Chris and Steve examine a "Soft" Brexit: what is it, who benefits from it, what are its pros, what are its cons, and should we settle for it? (Spoiler: no we bloody should not!) Plus: follow-up to our Europe Day special, Lie of the Week, and Culture Corner.

  • Episode 12: Europe Day Special

    9 May 2018  |  2 hrs 2 mins
    eu, europe

    In a special extra-long episode to celebrate Europe Day, 9 May, Chris and Steve look at what they love about Europe, from policies to pizza. Brexit-free zone this week! (almost)

  • Episode 11: Schadenfreude Schpecial

    3 May 2018  |  55 mins
    brexit, eu, uk politics

    The wheels on the bus are coming off, coming off, coming off. Customs Union, Lie of the Week on the Swiss Border, and a thrilling new occasional segment. Brought to you by Milton Keynes European Movement's Day of Action 9 May 2018!

  • Episode 10: The Where Is Labour? Episode

    26 April 2018  |  1 hr 9 mins
    brexit, eu, labour party, uk politics

    Ahead of next week's local elections in England, Steve and Chris wonder why Labour isn't doing better in the polls, what Labour's Brexit policy really is, and what Labour's strategists are smoking? Also: civic engagement, plastic toffs, and Lie(s) of the Week.

  • Episode 9: Overrated Eurotrash

    19 April 2018  |  1 hr 56 secs
    brexit, eu, uk politics

    We're back after the Easter break with vox pops featuring two Remainer megastars, free movement and Windrush, and a roundup of where things stand as we start the summer term.

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