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The Current Thing

Nick Dixon
NewsSociety & CulturePolitics

Comedian and commentator Nick Dixon talks to fascinating guests about politics, the culture war, and anything else that comes up.


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Latest Episodes

Paul Cox returns to talk about the chaos in parliament, the suspension of Lee Anderson, and the future of Islam in the UK. It is a lot more fun than those topics would suggest! more

2 days ago

This week Nick and Zoomer Rory discuss: more

9 days ago

Nick is interviewed by Professor Edward Dutton of The Jolly Heretic about the decline of comedy. This interview was previously only available behind a paywall at, but Ed has kindly allowed us to release it here.   more

16 days ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 331 ratings
  • Brilliant totally perfect every episode

    Thank you for your podcast!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom23 days ago
  • Fed up with Nick’s whining

    Loved this podcast but recently it’s been unpleasant listening to Nick slagging off the listeners who don’t pay anything for it. I pay but it’s wrong for him to slag off those who don’t. Also, I can’t be arsed to find out how to get the extra content so just listen to the free stuff. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom24 days ago
  • “Radical zoomer is actually a midwit cuck

    Nick is great and very amusing and there hasn’t been a dud on this podcast until the radical English gentleman hence the 5 stars. What a depressing example of our youth. If this is what a based zoomer looks like we are f**cked. As Nick rightly pointed out zoomers are totally ignorant of anything pre 2010. His reaction to Enoch Powell was where it all went wrong. He’s imbibed the notion that Powell was some sort of knuckle dragging racist instead of one of our last intellectual politicians who co... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • I could listen to Nick all day..I'm almost from the Grandad generation so great to hear faith questioning and a little bit of commonsense.

    Podcast Addict
    Martin Reddin
    a month ago
  • Great Podcast!

    I enjoy listening to Nick’s opinion and he’s funny. Very refreshing!

    Apple Podcasts
    Rebecca O’C
    United Kingdoma month ago

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