+++ PODCAST: Lib Dem #debill debate

I always seem to start my podcasts with an apology. In the hurry to bring this recording to you so you can share in the debate the Lib Dems had this morning, I have not yet processed my sound file. It could do with a bit of amplification for sure. And I’m afraid I missed the vital first few moments of Bridget Fox’s speech. And after that, the speeches will be punctuated by the sounds of the hall slowly filling up as the debate progressed, and the frustration of many of the delegates that what looked like prime empty seats were in fact reserved for a monarch who has been dead for over 100 years.

So, please, strain your ears to hear, overlook the bumps, mumbles and whispered asides, and listen to a party that really does get it on the internet.

And if there’s anyone out there can offer new media training for peanuts, do please get in touch.

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