‘It’s racist to say black students can’t relate to Plato’

September 16, 2017

On this week's spiked podcast: Tom Slater on the campus protests at Reed, Ben Pile on environmentalists' use and abuse of hurricanes, and Cathy Young on Betsy DeVos and the battle to reform Title IX. spiked-online.com


‘The smoking ban was never about health - it was about pushing us around’

September 8, 2017

In the latest episode of Last Orders, our podcast on all things nanny state, Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater are joined by Claire Fox, director of the Institute of Ideas, to discuss the plastic-bag swindle, the latest, craziest anti-obesity proposals, and 10 years of the smoking ban. spiked-online.com


‘Labour trusts the EU more than the people’

September 1, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast: Tom Slater on Labour’s Brexit betrayal, Naomi Firsht on the latest Charlie Hebdo scandal, and James L Nolan, Jr on the therapeutic state. spiked-online.com

The full interview with James L Nolan, Jr is published in this month’s spiked review.


‘Why we must defend free speech for the far right’

August 25, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast: Wendy Kaminer on the ACLU’s refusal to defend free speech for Nazis, Luke Gittos on a case of court-ordered celibacy, and Angela Nagle on the alt-right and her book, Kill All Normies. spiked-online.com


‘To fight racism, we must defeat identity politics’

August 22, 2017

On this week's spiked podcast: Brendan O'Neill on the aftermath of Charlottesville, Dolan Cummings on the 70th anniversary of Indian independence, and Naomi Firsht on sexism's silly season. spiked-online.com


‘Gay people fought for their own liberation’

August 11, 2017

On the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, Peter Tatchell discusses what the ’67 act achieved, and what it didn’t. spiked-online.com


‘We must show solidarity with Venezuelans’

August 5, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast: Brendan O'Neill on the authoritarian turn in Venezuela, Christopher Snowdon on the chlorinated-chicken scandal, and Kevin Rooney on the criminalisation of Celtic's Green Brigade. spiked-online.com


‘Brexit isn’t a threat to the economy, doom-mongering is’

July 29, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast: Phil Mullan on the economic opportunities of Brexit, Tom Slater on why Trump staggers on, and Catherine Merridale on Lenin and the Russian Revolution. spiked-online.com


‘Censorship is the enemy of women’s liberation’

July 23, 2017

On this week's spiked podcast: Brendan O'Neill on the ASA's sexist ad ban, Jacob Furedi on why we must abolish the House of Lords, and Naomi Firsht on what Trump and Macron have in common. spiked-online.com


‘For democracy, it’s Brexit or bust’

July 14, 2017

On this week’s spiked podcast: Mick Hume on the fight ahead for Brexit, Sean Collins on Don Jnr’s Russia meeting, and Austin Williams on the cultural revolution on campus. spiked-online.com