For the third of 4 LIVE Broadcasts made over the course of a year (December 2010 – November 2011), Harrison explores the impact of political devolution on her own personal identity. Using a variety of regional accents, Harrison interprets the systems of government in use in Scotland, Wales and the wider UK, in order to make the case for electoral reform. (Duration: 14:38)
Broadcast LIVE (via Bambuser) from the Premier Inn hotel in Nottingham to viewers all over the globe to coincide with the UK referendum on voting reform and the Welsh Assembly and Scottish Parliamentary elections. Commissioned by Bloc, Wales as part of the Virtual Bloc programme.
In DIY TV style, Harrison uses a variety of regional accents to attempt a subjective interpretation of the systems of government in use in Scotland, Wales and the wider UK. Examining the inconsistencies in the electoral systems in use in each, she makes the case for UK parliamentary reform, whilst exploring the impact of devolution on her own personal identity as a citizen of post-Britain.