WATM: The We Approve This Message Podcast WATM is an at-times informative, interesting, amusing, side-ways and stimulating look at global events, politics, transport, cocktails and much more. Brought to you by the WATM duo.

March 19, 2011  

To whom should the UK, or for that matter any country, give aid? That's first up on the WATM podcast, followed by a look at criticisms faced by High Speed 2, the proposed high-speed rail line that will connect London with Birmingham. Then it's over to that international powerhouse Andorra for their parliamentary elections. Our highest-numbered podcast yet!

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February 26, 2011  

This week we provide that trademark WATM tangential look at events in Libya, discuss the various courts international and ponder the parliamentary elections in Estonia. Do listen, dear chum.

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February 1, 2011  

Short and sweet - not a description often applied to either of the WATM duo, but one that we humbly suggest might befit this week's offering. You'll get our thoughts on visiting dictatorships, a segment that's figuratively out of this world and a look at the Beninese presidential election.

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January 8, 2011  

After you were all so kind as to get in touch WATM will continue! This week we cover the sadly deterioration situation in The Ivory Coast, the increase of rail fares in the UK, the presidential elections in Portugal and, as ever, a podcast and some chatter.

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December 4, 2010  

We're here - twenty episodes. Obviously every one has been nothing short of a gem, but this one has perhaps an even greater luster. We manage to take a tour of the Irish bailout, Wikileaks and Cabinet Responsibility while also having enough time for a look at the results of the Azerbaijani, Bosnian and Brazilian elections. By Jove, we also fit in a look at the St Vincent & The Grenadines election and get home in time for a cocktail. Gosh.

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October 24, 2010  

Coming in slightly shorter than last week's "short" episode, this week we cover off the Government's National Security Strategy, the United Nations Human Rights Council, parliamentary elections in Azerbaijan and, of course, a quick cocktail.

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October 11, 2010  

It's a special "short" episode this week, with three topics covered - the Labour leadership elections (featuring interviews from the Labour party conference), the prospect for more international destinations being available by train from the UK and ending by looking at the presidential election in Brazil.

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September 15, 2010  

Back so soon? We sure are, and this week sees a work out of US Tea Party Republicanism, a quick lap round the rights and wrongs of the Advertising Standards Authority, an exhausting session on the role of the UK in the world, a warm down with Bosnia and a shower and change accompanied by a cocktail.

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September 13, 2010  

In a WATM first we have an interview with a real-life expert on the constitutional referendum that took place on the 12th September. It's way more interesting than I've just made it sound.

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September 1, 2010  

Should obnoxious outspoken men from an organisation with a tiny number of followers be allowed free access to broadcast their views, however ill thought out? Well, don't worry, WATM is still on the air, and we cover Stephen Green on Channel 4, Internet Privacy and a return to Guinea. See the #15 video special on www.watm.org.uk

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