Welcome to The Verdict Podcast — This episode is called: Political hipsters have hijacked Italian politics!

On this episode of The Verdict Podcast editor Billy Bambrough and writers Jack Rear and Adele Berti discuss the Italian political situation in the aftermath of its general election last month.

Adele brings her local knowledge to the discussion and she’s been doing a lot of reporting on Italian politics in recent weeks.

Meanwhile, Jack’s been looking at why the planet may not actually be doomed ahead of World Earth Day 2018… except it probably is.

The gang also briefly touch on the new Nordstrom superstore in New York and try to guess how much people with more money than sense spend on things they don’t need.

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4 April: Data makes your content better

In this episode of The Verdict Podcast editor Billy Bambrough and writers Jack Rear and Rachel Dobbs talk about what it is that makes some Netflix shows so good.

Jack’s been busy making his objective ranking of Netflix shows and talks the team through it.

Meanwhile, Rachel has been closely following the Facebook data leak saga and she shares her concerns over a future financial crisis style data meltdown.

And finally, the gang answer the age-old question: Which is better, cats or dogs? (Well, which is more expensive, at least).

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21 March: Drinking gin makes Saudi Fashion Week more fun

On this episode of The Verdict Podcast editor Billy Bambrough and writers Jack Rear and Shoshana Kedem talk about how Saudi Arabia is opening up to the world: the country’s next big thing — the first ever Saudi Fashion Week.

Then the gang turns to the wonderful world of gin! Jack has been on a gin odyssey in recent months and he shares everything he’s learned with the team.

Finally, talk turns to the late, great Stephen Hawking.

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