The UnionDues podcast is back. Series 6 (yes, 6!) is currently in production and the first of eight new episodes will drop week commencing 16 October.
You would expect a stellar line up of guests and I hope we won’t disappoint! We are very grateful to everyone who has been so generous with their time and candid with their views – thank you so much.
Featuring in this series is:
- Chris Garlock, originator and curator of the 200-strong Labor Radio Podcast Network
- Alan Jones, the Press Association’s Industrial Correspondent, known as “the last man standing” in this now rarefied environment.
- Richard Arthur from Thompson’s Solicitors will be chatting with me about the Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Act – as so-called consultation begins, is there anything we can still do?
- Robert Poole and Henry Fowler of Strikemap on a project that just keeps on growing and a spectacular own goal by the Daily Mail.
- As Unions21 celebrates its 30th birthday, Executive Director Becky Wright tells us why the union movement can have its cake and eat it too.
- Gawain Little, GS of the GFTU on big plans for the future as the Federation goes from strength to strength.
- Musicians’ Union leader Naomi Pohl on acclimatising to the top job and leading the union out of the pandemic.
- Kieran Maguire, from the Price of Football podcast, on the scandal and aftermath of Sara Gunnarsdottir’s pregnancy-related legal action against Olympic Lyonnais, and could something similar happen here? We also hope to be joined by a senior PFA representative for this episode.
Episodes will drop approximately every other week, with a break for Christmas. Follow DuesUnion on X for scheduling information or subscribe to the podcast on the platform of your choice. You can access all episodes here.
We look forward to having your company!