Derek Chauvin, the former police officer who knelt on George Floyd’s neck, is currently on trial in Minneapolis. What does the evidence say, will the city stay peaceful when the verdict is delivered, do violent viral videos do more harm than good, and should the country’s political leaders call for order? Freddy Gray speaks to Scott Johnson, a lawyer and contributor to Power Line.

Vaccine passports seem all but inevitable in the UK and parts of the US. While some are relatively relaxed about the prospects of a de facto bio-security ID card, others are not. Spectator US contributor Bridget Phetasy is one of them, and on this episode tells Freddy Gray why she hates the “vaxport.”

On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that congressman Matt Gaetz is being investigated over whether he had sex with a 17-year-old and paid for her to travel with him. Freddy Gray speaks to Roger Stone, former adviser to Donald Trump and a friend of Gaetz, about the story.

Young people are now more likely to consume marijuana than smoke tobacco. Is weed just a malign stimulant, or is Big Dope pushing a drug that could lead to a schizophrenia epidemic? Freddy Gray speaks to Madeleine Kearns, staff writer at National Review and the author of the cover piece in the new US edition of The Spectator.

A piece of digital art by the illustrator Beeple has sold for $69 million. Is it worth the cash, or is just a picture on a screen? Freddy Gray talks to Nima Sagharchi, director of Middle Eastern, Islamic and South Asian art at Bonhams auctioneers.

In the wake of the Atlanta shootings, Freddy Gray talks to Andy Ngo, journalist and author of Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy about Ngo’s experiences of racism as an Asian-American and what’s behind the rise in violence against the group.

With historian Michael Auslin, the Payson J. Treat Distinguished Research Fellow in Contemporary Asia at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

Freddy Gray talks to historian Patrick Allitt, the Cahoon Family Professor of American History at Emory University, about how much the Harry and Meghan interview has really cut through to the American public.

Freddy Gray talks to National Review and Fox.com columnist John Fund about the Democrat HR 1 bill on voting practices. Will it pass, and could it be an existential threat to American democracy?

In his first public appearance since Biden’s inauguration, Donald Trump has spoken to CPAC, the annual conservative conference. Freddy Gray reviews his speech with Kate Andrews.

Freddy Gray, Amber Athey, and Matt McDonald discuss the proceedings at 2021’s Conservative Political Action Conference in Florida, where ahead of Donald Trump’s appearance tomorrow.

The American golden child of pandemic politicians seems to have lost his shine. Matt McDonald, the US managing editor of the Spectator, speaks to Janice Dean, about how the crisis in New York’s care homes ruined Cuomo’s reputation.

Freddy Gray talks to Republican political consultant Luke Thompson about the demise of the Lincoln Project, the political action committee set up to oppose Donald Trump’s re-election.

The House of Representatives has removed Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from two committees for promoting incendiary conspiracy theories about paedophile rings and Jewish-controlled space lasers. Does she represent the future of the GOP, and are both parties losing their grip on reality? Freddy Gray speaks to Dominic Green, the Spectator‘s deputy US editor.

Freddy Gray talks to Joe Weisenthal, co-host of the Odd Lots podcast and presenter of What’d You Miss on Bloomberg TV, about the GameStop short squeeze. Where did wallstreetbets start, have they revolutionised the stock market, and do they know what they’re doing?

Has Joe Biden done as much in his first days as he said he would? Freddy Gray talks to Jacob Heilbrunn about the Trump policies that Biden is keeping, and the ones that he’s already swept away.

Helen Andrews is Senior Editor at the American Conservative and author of Boomers: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster. On this episode, Freddy Gray interviews her about the Boomer generation and why she argues they are to blame for the chaos of today’s world.

With Amber Athey, Washington Editor of the Spectator.

Presented by Freddy Gray.