Planet Normal: Rod Liddle on the ‘monolithic culture’ at the BBC and Super Thursday | Podcast

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    Journalist Rod Liddle joins Telegraph columnists Allison Pearson and Liam Halligan to mark fifty voyages to Planet Normal. 1.5 million downloads later, Allison has finally learnt what a podcast is. On this week’s birthday rocket, Rod tells our co-pilots why “Super Thursday” isn’t really so super, and what it was really like editing the Today programme at the “monolithic” BBC.

    Also on the show: Allison shares a glimpse into her exploding mailbox following her recent calls for GP surgeries to end virtual appointments, Liam tells listeners why he believes Sir Keir Starmer has yet to successfully forge a centre-left coalition as the country goes to the polls, and there’s a birthday surprise in store for our co-hosts.

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