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This edition of our Heads Apart? podcast asks whether the BBC is broken. We are joined by Tim Stanley, leader writer for The Telegraph, as well as contributing editor for Catholic Herald, and Douglas Carswell, former Member of Parliament (2005-17) and co-founder of Vote Leave.

Our Deep Dive feature sees Bright Blue researcher Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield interview prominent feminist journalist Helen Lewis, staff writer at The Atlantic, about her book Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fights.

Senior researcher Anvar Sarygulov provides an insight into Bright Blue Scotland’s recent report on social security. Members of the Bright Blue team also share their thoughts on life under lockdown due to coronavirus.

Music credit: Lights by Sappheiros

Presented by: Ryan Shorthouse and Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield  | Produced by: Joseph Silke and Phoebe Arslanagić-Wakefield