John Podhoretz sits in for James Delingpole as he and Toby deconstruct this week’s episode as the season draw ever nearer to the series conclusion.

James Delingpole and Toby Young to some quick takes on this week’s GoT, including the new hot couple of Waters: Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen.

Toby Young and James Delingpole return to dissect the second episode of Game of Thrones. What did they get right? What did they get wrong? Take a sword to them in the comments.

A new Game of Thrones season has begun and guide you through all of the plot lines, we’ve reassembled our intrepid team of GoT experts, James Delingpole and Toby Young. This week, Jon Snow becomes a leader, Sansa is the power behind the Throne, Arya wears a mask, and Ed Sheeran must go.

In Episode 22 of London Calling, our hosts talk about what Toby considers to be Trump’s meltdown and James reckons is a minor blip. Then they discuss the Remoaners – all the Euroweenies who were thwarted in the EU Referendum vote and have been complaining ever since and who are now trying to sabotage Brexit. But James gets bored and Toby hurries the conversation along to Westworld, which segues into an increasingly strange discussion on women and whether or not they are like killer replicants trying to take over the world.

In which Toby actually visits James at his country seat for a special Conservative party conference edition of London Calling. They share their excitement about the good thing about new Prime Minister Theresa May – she’s finally going to make Brexit happen – and also their anxiety about the party’s worrying Big Government tendencies. Then Toby discovers James’s dark secret: he’s a secret vegetarian.

James and Toby discuss the Hillary/Trump debate and are mildly surprised to find themselves in agreement with one another. At least briefly. Trump, says his closet admirer James, was like a punch-drunk boxer, while Hillary was sharp, well-briefed, apparently likeable. Toby agrees – then delights James with some criticisms of Hillary. But then the buts begin…”Who would you rather have as the entertainer as your children’s party?” Toby asks. Naturally, the two London Calling boys reach very different conclusions.

James Delingpole and Toby Young call in from London (yes, the name has persevered) to discuss the goings on in the Labour Party, Gazza, and Netflix’s Stranger Things. 

The show formerly known as London Calling is now called SoundCast with Delingpole and Young. We’ll let Toby and James tell you why.Thuis week’s Teresa May’s new education proposal, the prospect of a new general election in the near future, a Brexit update, Ireland vs. the EU, and Facebook censors an iconic photograph.

This week, Jame Delingpole and Toby Young chat about their recent summer holidays, the kerfuffle over Burkinis, Margaret Thatcher’s last victory,  and some frank talk on gender equality.

This week, look get a glimpse of the Olympics from a perspective across the Atlantic as James Delingpole and Toby Young discuss the summer games, A Brit visits the RNC, why there wont be a Brexit recount, and our election as it looks from folks who drive on the left side of the road.

This week, our intrepid correspondents from across the pond (That’s James Delingpole and Toby Young) discuss British food versus the Continent, a report from the Port Elliot Literary FestivalSuicide Squad’s place in the pantheon of super hero movies, the British view of Trump’s travails, a deep dive into the end of the Cameron era and more.

James Delingpole makes it through customs to join Toby Young to chat about the continuing fallout from the Brexit vote, the view of the RNC from across the pond, the some thoughts about Milo Yiannopoulos’s banishment from Twitter.

For some of you, the best news you’ll hear all week is that Game of Thrones has concluded the season. But not before James Delingpole and Toby Young (joined by Tom Meyer) wrap up the season with some expert analysis and explanation of what transpired. Then, Tom exits, and James and Toby dive into the aftermath of Brexit and discuss what happens next.

LondonCalling_AlbumCover_02Live from across the pond (well, almost live) our own James Delingpole and Toby Young analyze and celebrate the vote to exit the European Union, which they both correctly predicted several weeks ago. They cover the implications for Britain and what it may (or may not) mean for the U.S. presidential election.

Summer is coming for James Delingpole and Toby Young is they contemplate with lust and glee the possibility that Britain may actually leave the European Union. Gove for Prime Minister! Also: Thrones – how did Arya survive that stabbing and who exactly is Blackfish?

LondonCalling_AlbumCover_02While waiting for Toby, James discusses last Sunday’s shocking episode of Game of Thrones with Ricochet editor Tom Meyer (spoilers). Toby joins them a few minutes in for more commentary on the show, before James and Toby turn their attention to British politics.

James Delingpole and Toby Young return for another ThroneCast to recap this week’s episode, and after last’s weeks comments, this week they’ve brought an actual expert to help them parse the Snows from the Starks: Ricochet’s own resident ThroneHead, Tom Meyer. Then, a fascinating and detailed discussion on the upcoming Brexit vote (for some background, Toby and James suggest you watch Brexit: The Movie).  Both of our podcasters are fervently on the “exit” side of the issue, by the way. Where do you come down on the Brexit? Let us know in the comments.

LondonCalling_AlbumCover_02Toby Young and James Delingpole are back with another deep dive into this week’s episode of “Game of Thrones.” As usual, MAJOR SPOILERS in this podcast, so if you have not watched episode three, you probably don’t want to listen to this podcast — yet.

While the real world is seemingly falling apart, James Delingpole and Toby Young wisely turn their attention to the fictional world of Game Of Thrones to discuss the events of this week’s episode. And yes, MAJOR SPOILERS contained in this podcast, so don’t listen unless you’ve watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones.