Fresh from his first CPAC, James welcomes our pal Mollie Hemingway. They kick around their experiences of CPAC, James envies Mollie’s Colorado roots and the availability of a certain plant substance for sale there (leading to the inevitable legalization , and the slightly bossy attempt to ban the word bossy from playgrounds across the world.

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Hey, look who’s back. It’s our old pal from across the pond, James Delingpole! This week, James joined by his regular partner in crime Toby Young as James discusses his new gig at Breitbart.com (yes, he’ll still be contributing and podcasting here), why Britain sorely needs the Tea Party spirit, and why this moment is a golden opportunity for British conservatism, and an ode to Margaret Thatcher (here is Dan Hannan’s eulogy to Baroness Thatcher mentioned by Toby). Also has UKIP peaked? (not enough fox hunting!), some early Oscar (OK, BAFTA) talk, including white guilt over “12 Years A Slave” and why “Rush” is underrated.

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It’s the first Radio Free Delingpole of 2014, and that means our good friend Toby Young returns for another whirlwind tour through pop culture and politics with a decidedly British point of view. This week, weed in Colorado, guns at the movies, where the British right is headed, and a look at some of the Academy Award nominated movies for 2013. Thumbs up!

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James is joined by Daniel Hannan, the British journalist, author and politician who is a Member of the European Parliament, representing South East England for the Conservative Party. They discuss his new book Inventing Freedom: How The English-Speaking Peoples Made the Modern World. Also, the importance of conservative optimism (are you listening, Mark Steyn?), making an example of Iceland, and should Europe have any hope for the future and the very worst thing about the E.U. 

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This week on Radio Free Delingpole, the incomparable meets the irrepressible (we’ll leave it to you to decide which adjective applies to whom) as Ann Coulter stops by to discuss her new book Never Trust a Liberal Over Three-Especially a Republican (Buy it — that’s a direct order). Also, what to do about the divisions in the GOP, civil rights and the black vote, the problem with Libertarians, and is James a RINO? Ann makes the call. 

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The Mother Country’s most dangerous podcast is back, once again with our good friend Toby Young. This week, are politics really the art of the possible and the view of the shutdown from across the pond. Also, decoding EROEI, the case against fat people, the Breaking Bad finale, Homeland, Walking Dead, and the endless search for libertarian TV shows.

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Britain’s foremost Breaking Bad fan returns with his good mate, Toby Young. This week, Delingpole retreats from public office, while Young considers throwing his hat into the ring. Meanwhile, is Walter White’s problem a lack of nookie, or has he just made “bad” choices? Also, Delingpole and Young weigh in on what to watch when Breaking Bad ends. Finally, are conservatives toxic? A Radio Free Delingpole investigation. The answer may surprise you…

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The mother country’s most dangerous podcaster returns as this week James Delingpole hosts Jim Steele. Steele is the Director at the Sierra Nevada Field Campus and an instructor at San Francisco State University. He discusses his new book Landscapes and Cycles, An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism. Yes, you read that right — he’s a scientist who questions the theory of climate change. It’s a fascinating and revealing interview.

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James welcomes guest Founder/Editor of TrendingCentral.com (and former Huntsman operative!) Raheem Kassam. They discuss Raheem’s former job, James’ failed poltical career, Ron Paul, and Raheem’s big plans for the night. Hope he got lucky.

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This week on Radio Free Delingpole, James introduces us to Katie Hopkins, former contestant on the British version of The Apprentice and current social commentator ruffling feathers across the pond. They discuss her experience on the show (and her admiration of the King of Comb-Overs), the state of the UK economy, why Katie is driving English women bonkers, her social media wars, her fierce free market beliefs, why the names we give our children matter, feminists versus freedom of speech, and much more. 

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Ricochet’s most eclectic podcaster, James Delingpole, lives up to his reputation this week. Along with his guest, Tim Stanley, they cover everything from the fall of Detroit to the Royal baby® to David Cameron’s rather unusual take on pornography. In other words, don’t listen to this show too many times or you might go blind. 

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This week on Radio Free Delingpole, brother Dick joins for a rousing conversation as James recounts seeing the Stones at Glastonbury, why it’s harder to be a son than a daughter, the latest in British politics, the Zimmerman decision, and their oh-so-cool dad. Also, a new sponsor!

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James Delingpole and RFD regular Toby Young reunite to kick around gay marriage, Australian politics, Breaking Bad, World War “Zed”, will not discuss Game of Thrones, and bicker as to whether or not The Sopranos was the greatest TV show of all times. What say you?

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Any week you can get two Radio Free Delingpole podcasts is a good week (OK, one and a half — it’s still a good week). In this installment, RFD regular Douglas Murray stops by to chat up James on Doug’s book (Islamophilia), PRISM, badgers, Eton, the biased BBC, and the peculiar teenage mating habits of British public school boys.

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This week, a special edition of Radio Free Delingpole: James’ appearance on the Dennis Miller Show from June 6th, 2013. Listen in as James and Dennis mix it up on music, British politics, the environment, and more. And coming soon: Dennis returns the favor and appears on James’ show. 

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James Delingpole, voted Britain’s most dangerous podcaster, returns for another edition of Radio Free Delingpole. This week, fellow Daily Telegraph blogger and educator Toby Young joins for a rousing conversation covering James’ jelly wrestling critics; the Oklahoma tornadoes and global warming; the last best hope for Britain to leave the EU; the insider’s POV on UKIP; James’ new TV obsession; and, yes … zombies!

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This week, James’ special guest is none other than his own brother Richard Delingpole, who’s standing for county council in Worcestershire and is embroiled in a negative campaign. It would be sad if it wasn’t so hilarious. Also, Game of Thrones and Richard is a battle re-enactor. Tally ho!

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Britain’s most dangerous podcaster returns to the interwebs, with returning champion Toby Young. This week, typically bracing talk on environmentalism, Thatcherism, and the British POV on events on Boston.

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James Delingpole remembers Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher with his guest Alex Wickham, political editor of The Commentator and a reporter at Guido Fawkes.

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James Delingpole, Britain’s most dangerous podcaster, is back from his self-imposed hiatus (he explains the reason in the show) and this week, with guest Tim Stanley, he covers the horror of bureaucratic morality, feeling vs. knowing, loving Europe but not the European Union, Hugh Grant, Cyprus, and, yes, zombies!

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