About

Steve Topple is an independent journalist and broadcaster.

He specialises in issues surrounding disability, health, housing, class, economics and government. ‘Mr Topple’ is also now making waves as an innovative music journalist, breaking the mould in terms of his approach to the industry.

Permanently based at The Canary as a broadcaster and writer, he has frequently contributed to the Independent (having covered Prime Minister’s Questions on a weekly basis for them for a time), the CommonSpace, Morning Star, openDemocracy, Red Pepper, Occupy and INSURGEIntel. He can be seen/heard as a regular commentator on RTUK, Al Jazeera and talkRadio, and has appeared on BBC2‘s The Mash Report.

He launched the Topple Galloway Show with George Galloway on Patreon in 2018, and is a regular news reviewer for Going Underground. He also now has a weekly podcast for The CanaryTopple Uncaged – and has begun writing for New Internationalist.

Currently, he has also branched out into medical and science investigatory journalism, having direct personal experience of this with his partner Nicola Jeffery.

Follow him on Twitter @MrTopple

Commissions welcomed – contact via Twitter.

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3 comments

  1. alternatives2014 · March 20

    Hope my articles may help. We’re on the same page re ME. For Nicola…your care is the best treatment available. Every bit of exertion used to get to a doctor is energy diverted from use by her immune system. and doctors do not have an effective treatment. Carefully evaluate each visit, because the exertion will have caused harm…..was there a benefit that was greater than that harm? If not…..Some even long- term patients start to improve once they have ‘given up’.

    http://www.nancyblakealternatives.com

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  3. paul robinson · 12 Days Ago

    Hi Steve

    Have just discovered your pod & wanted to say how much I enjoyed your interviews with Protege, Yellowman & Third World. Its clear you love this stuff and that your interviews with these guys are a true labour of love.

    I have one selfish request. Misty in Roots have always been my favourite band and even he newer members rarely do interviews.

    Reflecting some of these major acts ypu have recently interviewed I am sure you could bring them to the mic !

    Please please please give it a try 🙂

    Keep up the good work.

    Cheers

    Paul

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