The Spectator Podcast

The Spectator Podcast

The Week in 60 Minutes: Working jabs and the Chancellor's fears

On this week's episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Sir David Spiegelhalter, a leading statistician from the University...

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Spectator Out Loud: leading article, Kate Andrews and Rod Liddle

This week's episode features a reading of The Spectator's leading article, on how devolution has created a democratic...

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Women With Balls: with Rachel Reeves

Rachel Reeves is the Labour MP for Leeds West and the shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. On the podcast,...

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The Edition: Rishi's nightmare

Could a blip in inflation ruin the UK's economic recovery? (00:50) Why is support for the IRA becoming normalised?...

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The Book Club: How do we disagree?

The public conversation - especially on social media - is widely agreed to be of a dismally low quality. In this...

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Table Talk: With Max Halley

Max Halley is one of Britain's pre-eminent sandwich aficionados. He is the founder of Max's Sandwich Shop, and the...

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Americano: what Trump said at CPAC

In the first public appearance since Biden's inauguration, Donald Trump has spoken to CPAC, the annual conservative...

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The Week in 60 Minutes: End of lockdown and Sturgeon v Salmond

On this week's episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Professor Robert Dingwall, from Nottingham Trent University; Rory...

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Spectator Out Loud: Katy Balls, Matthew Lynn and Craig Brown

On this episode, Katy Balls explains how No. 10 infighting could lose Scotland, and reveals how Boris plans to get...

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The Edition: Is Boris about to lose Scotland?

Could No. 10 infighting lose the Union? (00:40) When should the government tell us how to behave? (13:20) Can a...

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The Book Club: the truth about the Vikings

Sam Leith's guest on this week’s Book Club is the bioarchaeologist Cat Jarman, whose fascinating new book River...

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Chinese Whispers: on infrastructure, is China 'eating America's lunch'?

After getting off the phone with Xi Jinping, Joe Biden warned his senators that on infrastructure 'and a whole range...

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The Week in 60 Minutes: Are vaccine passports the road to freedom?

On this week's episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Rod Liddle, associate editor at The Spectator; Trevor Phillips,...

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Spectator Out Loud: Cindy Yu, Fraser Nelson and Josiah Gogarty

On this episode, Cindy Yu begins by explaining why China and Russia are ahead in the great game of vaccine diplomacy....

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Holy Smoke: Can the United States be transported back to Christendom?

This week's Holy Smoke examines the fragmentation of American Catholicism following the election of pro-choice...

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Women With Balls: The Suzanne Moore Edition

Suzanne Moore is a journalist. On the podcast, she tells Katy about interviewing to work for Marxism Today, feeling...

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The Edition: Power jab

How are China and Russia getting ahead in the great game of vaccine diplomacy? (00:50) Has the US press lost its way?...

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The Book Club: A Place For Everything

Sam's guest in this week’s books podcast is the historian Judith Flanders, whose A Place For Everything tells...

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Table Talk: With Eliot Higgins

Eliot Higgins is an investigative journalist. He is the founder of Bellingcat, a platform specialising in open source...

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The Week in 60 Minutes: State of the union and Putin's pipeline

On this week's episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Professor Sharon Peacock CBE, chair of the Covid-19 Genomics UK...

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