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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This week, Sun columnist Toby Young joins James Delingpole (broadcasting from his summer chateau in Wales). They discuss U.S. gun laws versus British ones, the coming Olympic-opolypse, why James should be a lord, and their obsession with Breaking Bad.

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Douglas Murray (read his new book Bloody Sunday: Truths, Lies and the Saville Inquiry) joins James Delingpole for a conversation that name checks everyone from David Cameron to David Bowie to a bunch of British conservatives we’ve never heard of. Then, James and Douglas ponder the implications of Israel becoming an oil power, the personal dynamics of the Rolling Stones, James channels his inner Jimmy Page, and tells us more about Mick Jagger than we probably need to know. Rock on!

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They say gold is the safe haven in a bad economy, but the British government sold off most of their supply years ago. Now, a group has formed to try and buy it back, and James Delingpole sits them down to find out why. Ralph Hazell, Jan Skoyles and Will Bancroft of the Real Asset Company discuss their campaign, Buy Britain’s Gold Back.

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Fresh from holiday in Italy, James Delingpole, Britain’s most fearless podcaster welcomes author and commentator Dr. Tim Stanley (read his great bio of Pat Buchanan). This week, they cover from — an overseas perspective — the Wisconsin recall, Tim makes the case for another Nixon (!), more on the European from two guys who live in it, will Romney have the “naffs” (the what?) to deal with the economy, and Tim and James kick around some ideas for the next Prime Minister.

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After a long down under hiatus, Radio Free Delingpole is back. This week, James and guest Toby Young talk about the trip, the lack of British fracking, fruit ninja playing Prime Ministers, and then go total total fan boy to gush over Games of Thrones. 

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