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Freddy Gray speaks to Spectator contributor, Ian Williams, author of Every Breath You Take: China's New Tyranny and Nicholas Eftimiades, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and professor of Homeland Security. On the podcast, they discuss the scal... more
Freddy Gray speaks to Amber Athey about yesterday's FBI raid at Mar a Lago, and Donald Trump's subsequent release of a video that looks suspiciously like a prelude to a campaign in 2024.
Freddy Gray speaks with Jacob Heilbrunn, editor of The National Interest, ahead of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. They discuss if this is a turning point in US relations with Taiwan, whether we are heading for world war three, or if... more
Just the best podcast. Outrageously good presenter. He lets people say stuff and trusts the listener’s intelligence. Very rare. Special.
An excellent analysis of an issue that is deeper than gun ownership/availability. And yet I am sure that the issues touched upon by Lionel and Freddie will not be addressed in a meaningful way in mainstream politics or the media.
Why on an episode which is supposed to be about mass shootings is your guest speaker talking about illegal immigrants crossing the border who are drug dealers? Not the and racist - much like everything else she had to say. Won’t be listening to this pod again.
The Spectator is a right of centre publication - which I identify with. I listen to a few of its podcasts (Coffee House Shots is excellent) and while there is always a slant to the right from the commentators it’s not overly so, so I feel I get a good understanding of the full story. I can’t say the same for Americano. It’s very partisan so it’s sort of like listening to Fox News (but not as extreme). I stopped listening as there are far better, and fairer, US focused podcasts out there.
Excellent presenting style, tone and pace, but variably well-informed guests; some seem to have very little expertise or insight to offer, but are content to relax into an amiable little echo chamber with Freddie. Unlike the other Spectator podcasts (or indeed the magazine), this one is driven by a visceral loathing of the (American) left. Understandable, but it does get a little tedious, week after week - however diffidently and cordially it is done.
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Americano launched 6 years ago and published 319 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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