Can you help us find a co-host for a short podcast series on the politics of law enforcement?
It’ll be about how UK laws get enforced…. or don’t. Each episode will focus on a topic (like fraud, hate crime, pollution, sexual assault, money laundering, tax avoidance, and others) and ask how and by whom the law is enforced, whether it’s working, and if not, why not.
We’re looking for a co-host (preferably female and London-based) who loves to argue, is broadly from the centre right (The Economist, Times), is great at simplifying complicated areas of politics, policy, bureaucracy and law, and is keen to help us develop this idea into something which changes the debate. If you have a bit of broadcast experience already or have a fair bit of profile, even better.
If you – or someone you know – are interested, please drop us a line (in comments, via DM, or at firstname.lastname@example.org) telling us a little about yourself, and with a sample of something you have written or recorded on this topic.
Please give us a hand/share to spread this message far and wide, and help us find an amazing third host.
– Ben and Asher