Politics of Sound #32 Season 1 Highlights Compilation Pt 2.

To mark the end of the first season of the Politics of Sound podcast, Iain Carnegie presents the second of four special episodes looking back at the highlights, both spoken and musical, of the last two years.In this first part, which features the shows recorded during the first six months of 2020, Iain speaks to Former Labour Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, Labour MP and former professional musician Thangam Debbonaire, Conservative MP Paul Scully, Scottish National Party MP Pete Wishart,  Times Radio Presenter Carole Walker and Liberal Democrat President, Dr Mark Pack. As ever, there is music aplenty, mainly provided by the Politics of Sound House Band.To further celebrate the albums chosen by PoS guests over the last two years, Politics of Sound  now has its own Spotify Playlist, where you can hear all of the original versions of the album tracks selected over the last two years. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3tTnL5rZgz956ClGYnIQmd?si=6f9aff0c615647b9&nd=1

Om Podcasten

Politics of Sound is the podcast in which political figures pay an imaginary visit to the virtual PoS Record Shop, emerging with their life-long favourite albums. Multi-instrumentalist Iain Carnegie hosts the discussion as guests speak about (and sometimes perform!) the music which has shaped, inspired, amazed and amused them over the years.