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Heather Mac Donald – Thomas W Smith fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of When Race Trumps Merit – returns for the latest episode of The Brendan O’Neill Show. Heather and Brendan discuss the woke hatred of Western civilisation, how affirmat... more
Debbie Hayton, author of Transsexual Apostate: My Journey Back to Reality, talks to Brendan O’Neill about why women should have their own spaces and the real reason so many men are identifying as women. more
Katharine Birbalsingh, headteacher of the Michaela Community School, discusses the High Court case against the Michaela school, why she banned prayer and the importance of secular education. more
Brendon talks to a horse whilst the rest of spiked consider what the government can do about it.
Intelligent in-depth discussion with interesting guests who aren’t given a voice by other media outlets. Your questions are excellent but for gawd’s sake, please break them up a little! Some of them are so long and contain so many sub-questions and points that the guest (let alone listener) can’t possibly address/remember everything. And I say that because the questions are genuinely interesting and I’d really love to hear the guest answer them!
Crap show - interviews seldom go anywhere interesting - you can hear the same content on many other pods - he really needs to do some research before he talks to people. Nodding along with whiners and conspiracists is not journalism.
A “go-to” Podcast for intelligent, well presented polite deconstruction of all that is wrong with contemporary group-think.
Really enjoyed the episode with Ralph Schoellhammer - not someone I had come across before, but I found myself agreeing with everything that he said, and have now started looking for other content from him. Thank you for broadening my horizon!
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The Brendan O'Neill Show launched 5 years ago and published 206 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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