Sir Vince Cable records podcast episode at London Broadcast studios

Former Liberal Democrat leader sits down for remote interview for pioneering podcast series, Kill Phil.

Former Liberal Democrat MP and Leader, Sir Vince Cable, recorded a new episode of pioneering podcast series, Kill Phil.
Sir Vince Cable visits London Broadcast to record podcast episode.

Sir Vince Cable, former MP and leader of the Liberal Democrats, visited London Broadcast to record a remote interview with Phil Newby, as part of the on-going podcast series which looks at the issue of assisted dying and terminal illness.


Connecting to remote guests.

The interview was recorded in London Broadcast's main radio & podcast studio, with remote connection and recording delivered through Zencastr recording software. It was edited by the crew at Access Studios.


Zencastr is the preferred software amongst London Broadcast production crew owing to its stability and wav recording capability.


Phil Newby connected from his laptop at home.


Kill Phil is a new podcast series that opens a fresh conversation about assisted dying, exploring views in the middle ground rather than at the margins where people are busy flinging outrage.
Kill Phil podcast is available to listen to now.


Kill Phil Podcast 'Cutting new ground'


Kill Phil is a new podcast series that opens a fresh conversation about assisted dying, exploring views in the middle ground rather than at the margins where people are busy flinging outrage.


Aged 43, Phil Newby was diagnosed with motor neurone disease. Staring down the barrel of an undignified and drawn-out death, Phil wants the right to decide when his life is no longer bearable and end it with dignity.


The series follows Phil’s journey living with an incurable and life-ending illness and unpacks some of the key debates around assisted dying – with some help from experts and campaigners.


It is a collaboration between content agency, Access Studios, and purpose-led communications agency, Jack & Grace.


Kill Phil is available via Spotify, Apple, Google, Acast, Amazon Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also follow the Kill Phil podcast on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.