Fri 19 September 2014 – The Roundtable discussion, with Ian Collins

Ian Collins LBC

Fri 12 September 2014 – Sputnik, with George Galloway, on UKIP/Douglas Carswell

Wed 10 September 2014 – Going Underground, MH-17 Report

Tues 29 July 2014 – The Keiser Report, with Max Keiser

Wed 9 July 2014 – BBC Paper Review, with Miranda Green

Mon 30 June 2014 – Going Underground with Afshin Rattansi, RT (interview on Glass-Steagall)

Fri 13 June 2014 – Interview with Gerard Lyons, Telegraph TV

Thurs 12 June 2014 – BBC Paper Review, with Penny Smith

Thurs 12 June 2014 – Iain Dale’s LBC Politics Panel, with Simon Burns MP and Christian Wolmar

Thurs 15 May 2014 – Unconditional Basic Income Debate, World Finance, with Frances Coppola, Guy Standing & Jenny Hammond

Wed 14 May 2014 – BBC Paper Review, with Hugo Rifkind

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Mon 31 March 2014 – “Emerging Markets in an Upside Down World”, debate at London Business School, with Jerome Booth, Lord Lawson, Gerard Lyons and Gulnur Muradogl

Fri 28 March 2014 – The Keiser Report, with Max Keiser

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Thurs 20 March 2014 – BBC1 This Week “Take of the Week”, with Andrew Neil

Thurs 13 March – Debating sanctions, with CNN’s Richard Quest

Wed 12 March – “Invasion or Intervention” debate, with Brooks Newmark MP

Wed 6 March 2014 – Ukraine, Russia and the West – Voice of Russia radio debate, with Charles Crawford, Vera Filatova and Dmitry Babij

http://voiceofrussia.com/uk/news/2014_03_07/Ukraine-I-m-afraid-we-re-seeing-an-escalation-of-the-crisis-by-the-US-7027/

Tues 5 March 2014 – Sky News, with Jeff Randall

Mon 4 March 2014 – BBC Radio 4 Today – debating Bill Browder on “The Crisis in Crimea”

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Sun 16 February 2014 – Telegraph debate on Inflation/QE, with Prof Tim Congdon

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Thurs 13 February 2014 – BBC Daily Politics, with Will Hutton & Andrew Neil

Thurs 6 February 2014 – CNBC: BoE leaves key interest rate unchanged

CNBC Bank rate

Thurs 6 February 2014 – CNBC: Is the UK economy on the right growth path?

CNBC UK recovery

Tues 28 January 2014 – BBC Daily Politics, with Jo Coburn and Nadine Dorries MP

Fri 17 January 2014 – CNBC: Obama’s NSA spying speech no market event

CNBC Obama

Fri 10 January 2014 – The Keiser Report, with Max Keiser

Thurs 12 December 2013 – The Keiser Report, with Max Keiser

Fri 25 October 2013 – The Telegraph: Latest GDP figures will change the political debate

Click on link: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financevideo/10404138/GDP-figures-This-latest-growth-will-change-the-political-debate-on-the-economy.html Halligan_telegraph_vid2

Thurs 24 October 2013 – BBC1 Daily Politics, Debating Will Hutton, hosted by Andrew Neil

Mon 21 October 2013 – BBC Radio 4, Analysis: Quantitative Easing – Miracle Cure or Dangerous Addiction?

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Tues 15 October 2013 – CNBC: Why Nobel laureate economists don’t deserve their prize

Click on link: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000207784 CNBC_Nobel

Tues 24 Sept 2013 – Ed Miliband Conference Speech – Telegraph TV analysis with Tim Stanley and Emma Barnett

Tues 7 May 2013 – CNBC: Lack of transparency in eurozone banking sector

http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000166688&startTime=8&endTime=476 CNBC_Lack_of_transparency

Wed 20 March 2013 – Newsnight: Debating with Ann Pettifor – although pretty tough to get a word in!

Sun 10 June 2012 – CNBC: Debating with Jim O’Neill at St Petersburg Economic Forum

Tues 15 June 2010 – CNBC: “If this policy isn’t inflationary, I’m a banana!”

Click on link then scroll down for video: http://www.cnbc.com/id/37700458 CNBC_Banana

Tues 16 June 2009 – CNBC: BRICs an opportunity, not a threat. Debate with US Under-Secretary of State

Click on link then scroll down for video: http://www.cnbc.com/id/31373898/site/14081545 CNBC_BRIC

Mon 30 March 2009 – BBC Newsnight: Debating Rt Hon Ruth Kelly MP and Linda Yeuh

11 March 2009 – CNBC: Debate with Hugh Hendry. A fabled on-air clash as QE gets underway

23 May 2008 – Al Jazeera: Discussing oil prices with Sir David Frost.

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7 comments
  1. Your recent article on the effect of the tapering on the oil price mentioned the potential slow Iranian increase. In the Iranian oil production is correct .I would add three reasons as follows :
    – The economic sanctions is slow to be lifted given the political mistrust and keen Iranian desire for nuclear weapons .
    – Iran has been an oil producer for more than 100. Years which make any convention oil depletion real and unmistakable .A clear lesson comes from Iraq where people were expecting Iraqi oil exports will be the real,story ,yet it failed to materialize even after 10. Years after lifting sanctions , and the involvement of Westren oil,companies for ten years of technical help and direct Managmnet role in the last four years . Exxonmbil withdrew and Ahell scaled it’s participation , the reason is that quantities of oil is not as touted by the Iraqi authorities after US occupation .Iran is even worse stage .
    – if the Iran makes economic progress the growth in consumption will likely crier any increase in production .

    Fawaz Alfawaz
    Riyadhnbased economic consultant

  2. Hello, just wanted to mention, I loved this blog post.
    It was practical. Keep on posting!

  3. h milne said:

    Thank you for appearing on Going Underground and putting the correct picture about what is going on in Ukraine and Crimea. It’s a pity you are no longer on Channel 4 News. They don’t seem to understand anything about this situation.

  4. David Shute said:

    Dear Liam
    Thanks for putting forward the Balanced view on Russia’s takeover of Ukraine on This Week. As a conservative it’s important to try and understand the historical importance of this land to Russia. I have to say that I agree with most of your views and the Uk and Us need to stay out of issues they know they can’t influence or realistically support.
    Regards
    D Shute

  5. Hello there! I could have sworn I’ve been to
    this website before but after browsing through some of the post I realized it’s new to me.
    Nonetheless, I’m definitely glad I found it and I’ll be bookmarking and checking back often!

  6. Peter Holttum said:

    Loved your piece in the Spec of 31st May 2014.
    Still missing you on Cha 4 after all these years.

    • Thanks Peter. That’s kind. I miss regular live television and hope to do more in the future.

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