A 2016 discussion on Sam Delaney's News Thing current affairs online show, where - in a discussion on Corbyn - Pat turns out to be pretty prophetic about Corbyn's appeal in the 2017 snap General Election. His contribution begins at 3.33
Pat has been a contributing critic to Radio 4's flagship arts programme Saturday Review since the late 2000s. This contribution (click here for original site and streaming link) is from 2016.
As a board member of the Yes Scotland during the Scottish independence referendum, Pat Kane made a number of media interventions - including this short documentary (above) on the case for Scottish indy on Andrew Neil's This Week show on BBC2.
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Appearances on R4's "Saturday Review" - full list here
Appearances on R4s "Today" show
Appearances on R3's "Free Thinking"/"Night Waves"
Miscellaneous R4 appearances
Questions at R4's Reith Lectures (see transcript)
BBC RADIO SCOTLAND
On The Usual Suspects (1993-1999), a nightly arts/culture/ideas show on Radio Scotland, Pat was a regular presenter and interviewer. In his term at the show, Pat interviewed major academic, literary, and entertainment figures - including John Kenneth Galbraith, Doris Lessing, JG Ballard, James Macmillan, George Steiner, Gore Vidal, Salman Rushdie and many others (see http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00s1p3k)
Channel Four News: Pat has been a regular commentator on C4 News since the late 90s, on a combination of cultural and political topics:
Nightwatch (see press coverage, BFI listings) was a five-part, live-broadcast-and-phone-in, late-night television review show, presented by Pat Kane, over July and August in 1997. Guests included Max Clifford, Peter Hitchens, Anne Atkins, Chris Cleverly, Mark Ravenhill and Kim Newman.
Powerhouse (see BFI listings) was a daily, live-broadcast, lunchtime political affairs show, on which Pat presented three shows in November 1998, edited by Andrew Brown (Gordon Brown's brother).
Good Morning Britain: Pat Kane in discussion with Ross Kemp about Scottish indy, September 2014
Pat has appeared on a range of other C4/ITV/ITN programmes, most of them available on the BFI's archive page
Newsnight: Pat has appeared on BBC2's flagship current affairs show over the last two decades, mostly in a political context - the picture left is of a 2013 debate on Scottish independence (see video here, and also here).
The Late Show/Late Review: Pat was an occasional commentator and presenter on the acclaimed arts and ideas BBC late evening show in the mid-90s.
Pat reported from Glasgow, Chicago and London in an arts feature on Transmission Gallery, and on review panels with David Aaronovitch, Toby Young, Tom Devine and Anne McElvoy, among others.
BBC Breakfast: Pat has also appeared on BBC Breakfast in a political-commentator role (see here for the 2017 General Election), but also promoting his 2014 book The Play Ethic.
Pat appeared in a package on T2 - the sequel to Trainspotting - in 2017 (see here). He has also appeared with Adam Boulton
MISCELLANEOUS (INCLUDING WEB TV)