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Last Orders - a spiked podcast

Last Orders - a spiked podcast
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Chris Snowdon, Tom Slater and guests discuss the latest in nanny-state killjoyism.

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Latest Episodes

Patrick O’Flynn joins Snowdon and Slater to discuss Partygate, Ricky Gervais and Jamie Oliver. Enjoy! And be sure to email any questions or comments you have for Chris and Tom to lastorders@spiked-online.com – for our new mail-bag section at the end ... more

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a month ago

GB News’ Andrew Doyle joins Snowdon and Slater to discuss Big Tech censorship, ‘grossly offensive’ jokes and calorie counts on menus. more

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2 months ago

Brendan O’Neill joins Chris Snowdon and Tom Slater to discuss the hot takes from the Oscars, the cost-of-living crisis and the Batley Grammar scandal. more

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3 months ago

Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 346 ratings
  • Awaful

    Not liberal masquerading as free speech

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    topboxs
    United Kingdom7 months ago
  • Another great podcast from Spiked.

    Podcast Addict
    5
    kirtley
    8 months ago
  • Yeah

    Interesting content but you’re a bit in-informed on our cv19 status (it’s not a uniform position across the various governments) and also you’re not fully correct on vaccines. Anyways people in England maybe should not throw stones?

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    luv abc
    Australia10 months ago
  • Fantastic Podcast

    Good to hear common sense and rational debate (with some much needed humour!) in these strange times we find ourselves in

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Maddi D.
    Australia10 months ago
  • I swear Chris Snowden is obsessed with vaping.

    Castbox
    Nomadic Al
    10 months ago

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