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Daniel Hewitt and Shehab Khan from the ITV News politics team chew through the week's big UK political stories and give Political Editor Robert Peston a call from wherever he is to get his take on it all. We'll also be talking to special guests from the world of politics and beyond - and hear from ITV's political correspondents based around the country to find out what's happening beyond the Westminster bubble.
 
Football, football, we all love the football - and, boy, do we need it more than ever now! To take you through a season like no other, Mark Pougatch teams up with Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend for a fortnightly look at the major talking points in the domestic and international game - with all the unique insight a current player at the top level can provide. Expect big name guests, honest, razor-sharp analysis and a plethora of dressing room yarns. Get subscribing now!
 
The ITV Pridecast is the monthly LGBT+ podcast about all things LGBT+ at ITV. Join Matt Scarff and the Pridecast Crew every month to get the latest updates on all things LGBT+ related to our programmes and what it’s like to work at ITV. We talk to the people behind the cameras who make our shows, as well as the on-screen talent that you know and love. Follow us on Instagram @ITVPride, on Twitter @ITVPurpose using #ITVPridecast and you might just make it onto one of our monthly editions!
 
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The Flat Season begins in earnest this weekend, with the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket. To preview the action, Richard Hoiles and Kevin Blake are joined by Richard Hills, Declan McDonogh, Hayley Turner and Charlie Fellowes - who also has a fair bit to say about the controversial new regulations regarding entries to the Melbourne Cup. Suffice…
 
In this latest episode, Richard Hoiles, Andrew Thornton and Jane Mangan reflect upon a National Hunt season that will forever be remembered for the stunning exploits of Rachael Blackmore and Henry de Bromhead. And as part of the cast of guests we've lined for you is Rachael’s mum, Eimir. She has some great anecdotes about her daughter's rise to the…
 
Having started his career at Manchester United, improbably won the Premier League with Leicester, and found himself clubless for most of this season, Danny Simpson knows all about the highs and lows of life as a professional footballer. Now at Bristol City and as happy as ever, he reflects on his career with Mark and Andros. The lads also reflect o…
 
Is a 'full scale crisis' around the corner for Boris Johnson? Robert Peston says he could soon face 'an incredible humiliation' and 'calls for him to resign', depending on the outcome of investigations into the refurb of his Downing Street flat. Plus Shehab Khan chats to award winning political cartoonist Graeme Bandeira about lampooning the govern…
 
Will claims of Tory sleaze stick? Plus John Barnes on how to fix football Robert, Shehab and Dan look at accusations of sleaze against the government and assess whether Labour attacks are causing any damage. Plus, special guest, Liverpool FC legend John Barnes shares his plan for fixing football after the collapse of the European Super League. Reme…
 
Cameron, Johnson, and the murky world of lobbying - plus, what's it like to grow up mixed race? The Calling Peston team is back to examine the lobbying scandal which is engulfing the Tory Party. Shehab and Dan tell you everything you need to know, while Robert gives insight and analysis. Our special guest is author Natalie Morris talks to us about …
 
It's all about the Randox Grand National this week, as Richard Hoiles, Andrew Thornton and Jane Mangan look ahead to the greatest steeplechase on earth. As well as picking out a few horses that could give you a run for your money, we'll be sharing Aintree memories from Richard Dunwoody, Brendan Powell and Oli Bell, and be speaking to Tom Scudamore,…
 
It's all about the Randox Grand National this week, as Richard Hoiles, Andrew Thornton and Jane Mangan look ahead to the greatest steeplechase on earth. As well as picking out a few horses that could give you a run for your money, we'll be sharing Aintree memories from Richard Dunwoody, Brendan Powell and Oli Bell, and be speaking to Tom Scudamore,…
 
In a bonus pod to tie up the loose end that was France v Scotland, the lads reflect upon the magnificent last-ditch win for Gregor Townsend's men. It was a game that put a big smile on Tommy's face - even if he is decidedly unamused by Finn Russell's red card. They pick their Team Of The Championship, and cast an eye ahead to the Lions' tour of Sou…
 
Will you really need a passport to go to the pub? And why is the UK compromising in the EU vaccine dispute? The ITV News Politics Podcast discuss all the key vaccine developments and call Robert to get his take on Boris Johnson's latest strategy, plus - away from the pandemic - why Home Secretary Priti Patel's plans to deal with migrants appear to …
 
Less than a decade ago, Tyrone Mings was dividing his time between non-league football, bar work and mortgage advising. Now an England international, he talks frankly about his journey, which has encompassed longterm injuries at key moments, mental health issues and racial abuse - not to mention considerable success on the pitch. He knows how to po…
 
As the dust settles on a remarkable Festival, Richard Hoiles, Andrew Thornton and Jane Mangan are joined by a stellar cast of characters to reflect upon the action - including man-of-the-moment, Henry De Bromhead. They also hear from Honeysuckle breeder, Doug Procter, trainer Will Biddick and jockey Danny Mullins - whose first ever Cheltenham winne…
 
It's heartbreak for Shanks, as France seize Wales's Grand Slam from their clutches deep into injury time in Paris. No matter, Tom has an early morning hamburger to cheer him up as he and Flats review an extraordinary evening in the French capital. David, meanwhile, has some strong words for Eddie Jones. And former Scottish skipper Greig Laidlaw joi…
 
Former home secretary Alan Johnson is our special guest this week. We also discuss vaccine nationalism and whether other countries can impact the UK's jab rollout. In a deep dive interview, former Labour minister Alan Johnson talks about everything from switching politics for writing, his sympathy for ministers during the pandemic and thoughts on w…
 
We're off to sunny Spain for the latest episode of the podcast, as Mark and Andros are joined from Valencia by the hugely likeable Jose Enrique. The former Newcastle and Liverpool left back discusses the magnificent Magpies' fans, his brief stint in goal, missing out on the title with the Reds and their current injury woes, a newfound love of shopp…
 
It's been another tremendous round of action in the Guinness Six Nations, with England beating France in a classic at Twickenham, Ireland pipping the Scots, and Wales keeping their Grand Slam ambitions alive in Rome. To celebrate, Flats cracks open the whisky to share in the company of Nick Abendanon and Ryan Wilson, much to Shanks's disapproval.…
 
Jess Phillips on violence against women - plus, how Meghan interview impacts No10 Special guest Labour's Jess Phillips, takes us through how we can tackle violence against women, following the killing of Sarah Everard. Plus, Robert Peston explains what impact the bombshell Harry and Meghan interview has had on Downing Street. Remember to like, subs…
 
Ahead of a fantastic four days of top-notch jumps action on ITV, Richard Hoiles is joined by Andrew Thornton and Jane Mangan to mark your Festival card. As well as sharing their best bets, they also talk to a host of people with vested interests in next week's racing, including Richard Johnson, John Dance, Max McNeill, Maxine O'Sullivan and Jason K…
 
Ahead of a fantastic four days of top-notch jumps action on ITV, Richard Hoiles is joined by Andrew Thornton and Jane Mangan to mark your Festival card. As well as sharing their best bets, they also talk to a host of people with vested interests in next week's racing, including Richard Johnson, John Dance, Max McNeill, Maxine O'Sullivan and Jason K…
 
It may be fallow week in the Guinness Six Nations, but resident scoundrels Flats & Shanks are here nonetheless, bridging the gap between matchdays. The lads are joined by man-of-the-moment Callum Sheedy, mostly to talk about Semi Radradra, but also a tiny bit about Wales. Big Ben Kay makes an appearance too, as a crestfallen England face the daunti…
 
Listen to our Budget special for all you need to know about Chancellor Rishi Sunak's plan for the economy in 2021 and beyond. Expert insight from Politics Editor Robert Peston, plus correspondents Shehab Khan and Daniel Hewitt. Remember to like, subscribe and rate us five stars!By ITV News
 
Following an eventful afternoon at the Principality Stadium, Exeter Chiefs winger Alex Cuthbert joins David and Tom to discuss the more controversial moments in the game. And with Ireland thumping the Italians in Rome, Rory Best offers his views on the performance, and reflects more generally about his incredible career. The boys also pick their Te…
 
From his humble origins plastering while playing non-league football in the northwest to scoring regularly in the top flight, Glenn Murray's story is one of grit, determination and, by his own admission, not a little luck. But he's made the most of his considerable skills too to become the consummate professional. Now at Nottingham Forest, the 37-y…
 
Salmond, Sturgeon and the fight for Scottish independence We explore the fascinating row between Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and her predecessor Alex Salmond - and whether it will impact their fight for independence from the UK. ITV News Presenter Julie Etchingham is our special guest this week. She's filmed a documentary on the issue…
 
Everything you need to know about the roadmap out of lockdown is in this special episode of Calling Peston. How realistic is it that nightclubs could open in June? Will we need to prove we've had a Covid-19 vaccine to get inside? Plus, how much financial support will Rishi Sunak provide in his Budget next week? There'll be another episode of the po…
 
In an episode recorded just before the weekend, Flats & Shanks enjoy the first Championship rest week in the company of legendary referee Nigel Owens and Italian back-rower, Sebastian Negri. As well as giving his verdict on some of the key decisions in the Guinness Six Nations thus far, Nigel reflects upon the highlights of his career, including th…
 
Nigel is the first manager we've welcomed to the podcast, and boy does he have some tales to tell. Having coached in all four divisions, he's become synonymous with miraculous escapes - starting with keeper Jimmy Glass's injury-time goal that secured Carlisle's place in the football league back in 1999. He reflects on that, life at Leicester and Wa…
 
Ahead of big televised meetings at Ascot and Newbury, Richard Hoiles and Andrew Thornton are joined by ITV pundit Mick Fitzgerald and special guest, trainer Kim Bailey. As well as marking your card for the weekend action, Kim reflects upon the highs and lows of his career with horses such as Alderbrook, Master Oats and, most recently, First Flow. H…
 
Dan Lydiate joins David and Tom off the back of his terrible season-ending knee injury to reflect upon Wales's dramatic victory over Scotland - and life on the farm with his new bull, McCaw. The lads are also joined by top golfer and lifelong Bath fan, Laurie Canter, who takes Flats on in a devious quiz about his beloved club. They spend a dispropo…
 
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