Radio Free Acton - Wonder Woman & UK Elections
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Radio Free Acton: Wonder Woman’s heartfelt humanity; Samuel Gregg on the UK elections

We’re back with a fresh edition of Radio Free Acton! This week, we talk with Acton’s Director of Research Samuel Gregg for some perspective on the surprising outcome of the June 8 snap parliamentary elections in Great Britain, and what the resurgence of Labour and the loss of a conservative majority mean for Prime Minister Theresa May and the upcoming Brexit negotiations with the EU.

We’re also excited to introduce a new feature on Radio Free Acton: Upstream with Bruce Edward Walker. Walker is a long-time PowerBlog contributor and a walking encyclopedia of pop culture trivia. Going forward, he’s taking on the role of cultural correspondent for RFA. In this segment, he talks with Religion & Liberty Managing Editor Sarah Stanley about Wonder Woman, Warner Brothers and DC Comics’ latest entry into the summer blockbuster superhero movie arena. They agree that it’s a fine film with a lot of heart and humanity.

You can listen to the podcast via the audio player below. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to subscribe to RFA on iTunes or Google Play.

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00:00-3:30 Introduction
3:30-14:09 Brexit with Samuel Gregg
14:10-20:42 Upstream with Bruce Edward Walker
20:43-22:38 Outro