Radio Free Delingpole Ep. 23: Kissing Babies

Radio Free Delingpole Kissing Babies

What’s better than two British conservative columnists opining about an American Presidential election? Nothing, with the possible exception of Lord Delingpole discussing his new found love for Hollywood. Also on this episode: the BBC/Jimmy Savile sex scandal, Toby and James reminisce about their days together at Oxford, and they finish by revealing the real motivations of right wing politicians.

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  1. Frederick Key

    Is that a picture of Delingpole trying to eat a baby? I guess the global warmenists are right!

  2. RightinChicago

    I think it’s only right and proper that Lord Delingpole starts billing this podcast as a duo. Toby Young has transcended mere guest status and should be considered a co-host. I’m not complaining. Those guys have great chemistry and I thoroughly enjoy it. Radio Free Delingpole and Young?

  3. Benjamin Glaser

    Loved it as usual. Excellent podcast MP Delingpole.

  4. RightinChicago

    @ Edward Smith. It’s Weezer, the song is Beverly Hills.

  5. Edward Smith

    What was in that missing minute?

    Is anybody’s First Born Child, Capons, Olive Oil, and Minced Garlic involved?

    I am on Pins & Needles.

    Seriously, that’s the new street drug here in New York.  It is keeping Idiots like me in Suspense!

  6. Edward Smith

    And what is that closing song?  I want to track it down.

    I love the tempo of it, offset by the rapping style of the lyrics.


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