One Decision is a fresh take on foreign policy – and tackles tough decisions made by the guests – choices that have shaped history.
The A-list of guests take you through all of their doubts, emotions, and sometimes unexpected consequences.
One Decision is hosted by the former head of MI6, Sir Richard Dearlove, and Emmy-winning veteran journalist Michelle Kosinski – formerly CNN’s White House Correspondent.
Guests across the series include former Myanmar Ambassador to the UN, Kyaw Moe Tun who spoke out against the military coup in his country – and could no longer return to this homeland, former VP of the International Olympic Committee, Richard Pound who helped make the controversial decision to award the Winter Olympics to China and Baroness Catherine Ashton – who mediated between Serbia and Kosovo.
Callum Marks, co-founder of Listening Dog Media, said: “We’ve been working with Michelle, Sir Richard & the team at Global Situation Room on One Decision for the past few months and the reaction since the first season was released has been brilliant. These conversations give astonishing insight into what it’s like to make decisions that impact millions of people and provide behind the scenes access to some of the most important political events in recent history.
“The world of podcasts is densely populated and competitive, so bringing our series to a wider audience of podcast fans made perfect sense – Podcast Radio has a vital role to play in raising awareness of shows like ours.”
Gerry Edwards, CEO and Co-Founder of Podcast Radio added: “We’re excited to be working with Listening Dog Media, and to bring One Decision to Podcast Radio. We are the place to help people find their new favourite podcasts, and content they wouldn’t hear elsewhere, and we think this new series really fits the bill. The guests are incredible – and getting insight from a former top spy and an award-winning investigative journalist makes every episode unmissable.”
The partnership will see more of Listening Dog Media’s podcasts (including Seaman Says with David Seaman) appear on the station in the future.