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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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The Age of Global Warming author Rupert Darwall joins James to puncture holes in climate change, discuss how not to save the Republican party, dispute Greg Easterbook, and tear down a few windmills. For those of you shivering through a cold and snowy winter, this podcast will warm the cockles of your hearts.

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Gay marriage was passed in Great Britain this week, and that can only mean one thing: a new episode of Radio Free Delingpole. This week, James and guest author/columnist Douglas Murray. They also cover James’ swanky lunch with Tim Rice, the problem with Karl Rove, reviews of Zero Dark 30 and Les Misérables, and an in depth discussion on liberal bias in England (of course, that’s on every show).

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This week on Radio Free Delingpole, James welcomes fellow Brit and National Review columnist Andrew Stuttaford as they lament the dawn of Obama’s second term, discuss American culture and politics from a the point of view of a Brit living in the states, and consider the Scandanization of Europe and the world at large. Volvos for everyone!

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This week, James welcomes back British author, columnist, and expert on all things American, Tim Stanley. They discuss the ongoing budget negotiations, why Britain may actually be doing better than the U.S. in terms of cutting the fat, why James would make an excellent Pope, the advantages of owning a dog, and their New Year’s Resolutions.

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This week, James Delingpole welcomes back his mate Toby Young for a lively chat about Movemeber, the male species, the growing scandal around Deling-gate, the preposterousness of wind power, and of course, more chatter about the BBC scandal.

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Our own Lord Delingpole welcomes Ricochet’s Rob Long and columnist and author Douglas Murray. They cover the election, their books, and the way back from a crushing defeat. Then they tell a few jokes, and James reveals his secret plan to save the GOP. Cheer up!

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This week, James Delingpole welcomes Elizabeth Nickson, author of Eco-Fascists: How Radical Conservationists Are Destroying Our Natural Heritage (and a fellow Ricochet Member) to discuss her new book and the environmental movement in general.

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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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This week on Radio Free Delingpole, James welcomes enviro-lawyer Chris C. Horner. As an attorney in Washington, DC Horner has represented CEI as well as scientists and Members of the U.S. House and Senate on matters of environmental policy in the federal courts including the Supreme Court. He has written on numerous topics in publications ranging from law reviews to legal and industrial trade journals to print and online opinion pages, and is the author of two best-selling books: Red Hot Lies: How Global Warming Alarmists Use Threats, Fraud and Deception to Keep You Misinformed (Regnery, 2008) and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism (Regnery, 2007), which spent half of 2007 on the New York Times bestseller list.

Chris and James discuss the idiocy of many of the current environmental laws either on the books or being prosed in both the U.S. and Britain. Also, James gives us an update on his Quixotic campaign for MP and his new found love for a man named Mitt. 

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It’s James’ 21st show and, to help him celebrate, columnist and educator Toby Young and our own Rob Long drop by. This week, Toby schools James on the state of British schools, Delingpole is (unsurprisingly) bearish on Mitt, Rob enlightens us on why British actors always play the bad guys in American movies, and James pitches Rob on turning his book into a movie.

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Radio Free Delingpole goes down under this week with James’ guest, Professor Ian Plimer, Aussie geologist, climate change denier extraordinaire (check out his pantheon of books here). It’s wide ranging and very dangerous conversation that bounces from –of course- – global warming, to fracking in England, to their view of U.S. politics.

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After an extended absence, we are thrilled to welcome back James Delingpole to Ricochet’s podcast network. This week, James welcomes author and columnist Tim Stanley. They discuss the British view on Romney, Ryan, the convention and Clint, James’ recent move to the country, his new found interest in guns, and of course, global warming. We’ve added a lot of new members since James’ last show, so new members — if you’ve never heard James before, you are in for a treat.

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