Mark Thomas: The Manifesto

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04032012022220160121 (R4)

Comedian-activist Mark Thomas and his studio audience consider proposals for a People's Manifesto.

The Agenda:

1) Cancel out everyone's debt.

2) Sue Goldman Sachs for their part in the Greek economic collapse.

and

3) Increase the indicated speed on car speedometers.

Plus throughout the show there are "any other business" policy suggestions from the studio audience.

Produced by Colin Anderson.

04032012022220160121 (R4)

Comedian-activist Mark Thomas and his studio audience consider proposals for a People's Manifesto.

The Agenda:

1) Cancel out everyone's debt.

2) Sue Goldman Sachs for their part in the Greek economic collapse.

and

3) Increase the indicated speed on car speedometers.

Plus throughout the show there are "any other business" policy suggestions from the studio audience.

Produced by Colin Anderson.

040420120229

04042012022920160128 (R4)

Comedian-activist Mark Thomas and his studio audience at The Stand Comedy Club in Glasgow consider policy proposals for a People's Manifesto.

This week's agenda:

1) A kick-starter to kick Scotland out of the Union.

2) Bankers to be given bonuses in the form of NHS donation cards.

and

3) An end to bank fees for those on a family income of less than £30,000.

Plus there are plenty of "any other business" policy suggestions from the audience.

Written and presented by Mark Thomas

Produced by Colin Anderson.

04042012022920160128 (R4)

Comedian-activist Mark Thomas and his studio audience at The Stand Comedy Club in Glasgow consider policy proposals for a People's Manifesto.

This week's agenda:

1) A kick-starter to kick Scotland out of the Union.

2) Bankers to be given bonuses in the form of NHS donation cards.

and

3) An end to bank fees for those on a family income of less than £30,000.

Plus there are plenty of "any other business" policy suggestions from the audience.

Written and presented by Mark Thomas

Produced by Colin Anderson.