I See News

I See News

I See News is the hilarious topical podcast from comedian Sam Gore, creator of I See You, Facebook's weirdest weekly satire column. Sick of one-dimensional media coverage? The reporters at I See News have access to every parallel world going, pulling in the insights and stories from alternative timelines where anything can happen.

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May 15, 2021 26 min

Tensions between Israel and Palestine erupt into the worst violence the region has seen in years, the SNP shape up for a showdown with Westminster over another independence referendum and The Queen's Speech highlights some worrying priorities for Boris Johnson's government.

In this episode our perpetually disposable correspondent Rob Mulholland tries to find a way around the pitfalls of reporting on the conflict in Gaza, Mon...

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The latest round of elections have some depressing results for Keir Starmer's Labour, there are reports that the Prime Minister is looking to commission a new royal yacht, and conservatives the world over look to win the war on woke by using trans lives as a cudgel.

In this episode the results are still coming in but it's not like Danny Sutcliffe is even on the right planet anyway. He's been travelling the multiverse in ...

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The questions over the funding of Boris Johnson's flat refurbishment aren't farragoing anywhere, Keir Starmer continues to make questionable decisions in opposition and India struggles with a devastating wave of Coronavirus infections.

In this episode we release a bombshell secret recording made by one of the Prime Minister's former confidants, our latest correspondent and passionate centrist Joanna Gordon attempts to de...

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Boris Johnson's integrity is yet again called into question, Derek Chauvin is found guilty of the murder of George Floyd and the European Super League bubble lasts about as long as a fart in the bath.

In this episode Allyson June Smith searches the multiverse in search of a fitting metaphor for Tory sleaze, Che joins Sam in the studio to discuss what Chauvin's conviction means for America moving forwards, and everyday averag...

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We're back with the start of Season 4! There's loads to cover, from lockdown easing to the lobbying scandal, the violent unrest in Northern Ireland and police brutality in the US. Our correspondents were planning on covering all of it, but then the death of Prince Philip got in the way a bit.

In this episode Danny Sutcliffe is just happy to be out drinking again and our royal correspondent Sebastian Forelock is determined to...

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April 10, 2021 39 min

I See News will be back with the start of Season 4 on April 17th. For now, here's part 2 of the best bits from Season 3, featuring all your favourite multidimensional news correspondents!

Enjoying the show? Don't forget you can get early access to every episode and the stories on the I See You facebook page by signing up to our Patreon. Act fast, because the first 500 patrons can make a massive saving on all of our exclusive...

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April 3, 2021 40 min

I See News will be back with the start of Season 4 on April 17th. For now, here's part 1 of the best bits from Season 3, featuring all your favourite multidimensional news correspondents!

Enjoying the show? Don't forget you can get early access to every episode and the stories on the I See You facebook page by signing up to our Patreon. Act fast, because the first 500 patrons can make a massive saving on all of our exclusive...

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The Salmond inquiry reaches its messy conclusion, the Culture Secretary thinks the solution to all of Britain’s problems is to wave a few flags about, and a protest against the Policing Bill turns violent in Bristol.

In this episode Monty Burns tries to make sense of all the news coming out of Holyrood, Tom King travels the multiverse in search of a cure for flag mania and everyday average woman with a heart of gold Jade Fearnley is...

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Britain debates how to improve women's safety in public spaces, the right to protest falls under threat and the country looks forward to the launch of two new rightwing news networks.

In this episode Allyson June Smith has some choice words for some (but not all) men, our disposable correspondent Rob Mulholland tries to start a union and protest movement, and Danny Sutcliffe goes chasing the rightwing pound by auditioning for a ...

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In this special episode of I See News we hand the reins over to Sebastian Forelock, who's just landed a sweet new role as the network's royal correspondent. He welcomes a local artist in to the studio to celebrate the monarchy, and invites Allyson June Smith and Che Burnley in for a spirited debate about that Oprah interview.

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March 6, 2021 25 min

Rishi Sunak unveils the Conservatives' latest budget, Brexit continues to paralyse British trade and Donald Trump reasserts his grip on the Republican party.

In this episode Allyson June Smith takes a dive into the soiled pool of Britain's economic future, Sam once again talks to passionate and familiar-sounding Trump supporter John McDonalds, and Jade Fearnley combats the Brexit blues by encouraging us all to buy British.

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Boris Johnson unveils his plans for the great unlock amidst criticism of the government's procurement process,  Gavin Williamson announces a full return to school on March 8th, and Gwyneth Paltrow earns a rebuke from NHS England for peddling Coronavirus misinformation.

In this episode Danny's jet washing business secures a lucrative contract with the NHS, our youth correspondent David Stanier offers some alternative catch-up...

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February 20, 2021 26 min

The government releases extra money to improve building safety post-Grenfell, Uber fight the the law and the law wins, and the UK government decide that a lack of free speech on university campuses is once again the biggest problem facing their ability to run the country.

In this episode, Tom King abuses the dimensional gate to have a pint with himself and unearth just what the government are getting wrong when it comes to fixing th...

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Britain's Brexit difficulties continue to mount, Donald Trump's latest impeachment trial is underway and the Labour Party ponder their path back to electoral success.

In this episode our latest version of Rob Mulholland tries to find a positive angle for Britain's post-Brexit future, Trump supporter John McDonalds once again joins Sam for an interview, and everyday average woman with a heart of gold Jade Fearnley travels...

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Britain mourns the loss of Captain Tom, the Republicans have an identity crisis and the Chancellor mulls the possibility of cutting back on some of his pandemic spending.

In this episode Allyson June Smith wonders if Boris Johnson is the right person to be leading tributes to one of the pandemic's heroes, Danny Sutcliffe winds up in the wrong dimension when travelling the multiverse in search of conspiracy theories, and Tom King...

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The UK passes its grimmest milestone yet with 100,000 Covid deaths, the great vaccine war kicks off and a bunch of Redditors set out to terrify Wall Street.

In this episode our Conservative correspondent Sebastian Forelock does his best to defend the indefensible, Danny Sutcliffe gets stranded in quarantine on a parallel Earth and the network's enthusiastic intern David Stanier gets his first proper news report.

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January 23, 2021 27 min

America welcomes its 46th President just as the 1776 Commission tries to turn back the clock two hundred and fifty years, and Vladimir Putin seeks to crush all opposition.

 In this episode our perpetually disposable correspondent Rob Mulholland looks forward to a Biden presidency, Che Burnley has a thing or two to say about whitewashing history and our Russian reporter Alexander Notabot tries to wash away Alexei Navalny's sins.

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Republicans start to turn on Donald Trump, Britain suffers its worst week of the pandemic yet and the nation's vulnerable kids get their lunch money stolen by a bunch of Dickensian psychopaths.

In this episode Sam speaks to a Trump loyalist who sounds eerily familiar, Tom King asks who's to blame for the current state of the pandemic in Britain and Jade Fearnley travels the multiverse in search of a compromise between human ...

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January 9, 2021 25 min

There's serious unrest over in the United States, England finds itself plunged into a third national lockdown and 2021 in general is off to a flying start.

In this episode Danny Sutcliffe does his best to renounce his loyalty to a disgraced Donald Trump, Allyson June Smith travels the multiverse in search of a teacher who can keep up with the government's decision making and the network's new intern David Stanier tries t...

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January 2, 2021 80 min

Here's a collection of our favourite sketches from Season 2 of I See News featuring all of your favourite correspondents. We'll back with the start of Season 3 next week!

Written and produced by Sam Gore
I See News theme by Eddie French
Graphic design by Chumchi.com

March of the Spoons by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4021-march-of-the-spoons
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Nu Flute by Kevin Ma...

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