Last Orders: The war on cheap booze

March 16, 2018

In the latest episode of Last Orders, our podcast on all things nanny state, Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater are joined by spiked editor Brendan O'Neill to discuss minimum pricing, calorie caps and whether watching Love Island is bad for your health.


Beware the oligarchs

February 16, 2018

On this week’s spiked podcast: Frank Furedi on Brexit, anti-Semitism and George Soros, Emily Hill on her new book, Bad Romance, and an extract from the spiked review’s interview with Joan C Williams.


‘They celebrate the vote but they wish we didn’t have it’

February 9, 2018

On this week’s spiked podcast: Brendan O’Neill discusses the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, Linda Bellos talks about university censorship and the trans issue, and Wendy Kaminer says #MeToo is failing feminists.


‘We have to stand up for Afrin and the Kurds’

January 26, 2018

On this week’s spiked podcast: Macer Gifford on Afrin and the Kurdish struggle, Sean Collins on a year of Trump, and Andy Shaw and Andrew Doyle on their new free-speech comedy club.


‘When we instantly believe women, we invite them to lie’

January 20, 2018

On this week’s spiked podcast: Brendan O’Neill on why we must stop the sex panic, Phil Mullan on why Carillion’s collapse is about more than greed, and Claire Fox on why trans women aren’t women.


‘The left has betrayed Iran’

January 13, 2018

On this week’s spiked podcast: Maryam Namazie on the protests in Iran, Tom Slater on the truth behind Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury, and Christina Hoff Sommers on what’s wrong with feminism.

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‘I’ve seen the best and the worst in humankind’

December 22, 2017

On spiked's Christmas podcast: Kurdish fighter Macer Gifford on the war in Syria and Iraq, Dame Ann Leslie on the year feminists went soft, and Labour MP Kate Hoey on why Brexit is still brilliant.


‘Labour has forgotten working-class Leavers’

December 15, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast: Paul Embery on the new threats to Brexit, Nathalie Rothschild on anti-Semitism in Sweden, and Emily Yoffe on why the #MeToo movement has gone too far.


‘The battle for Brexit is still on’

December 9, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast, Bruno Waterfield discusses the Tory/Brussels showdown, Sean Collins laments the Russia panic gripping America’s political class, and Naomi Firsht says Stop Funding Hate has declared a snooty war on press freedom.


‘This Meghan-mania is just incredibly grim’

December 1, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast: Tom Slater and Freddy Gray on the royal nuptials, Pauline Hadaway on Brexit and Ireland, and Mark Lilla on the problem with identity politics.