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In this episode, James talks with Sven Hughes, who is the CEO of Enigma Strategic Communications Ltd, and who runs the Truth Trade Podcast (Interviews with Influencers). They discuss the economic and social knock on effects of the corona virus lock down, the opportunity cost of funding the insatiable green blob, old vs new conservative values/philosophy and dog poo in your yoghurt.
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This week, James is joined by the legendary Peter Hitchens – renowned conservative, author and journalist. In this episode James and Peter discuss Syria, climate change, the state of British education, Boris, the deep state, thinly slicing away of liberites and much more besides…
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This week, James talks to Brian Robinson – actor and voice coach
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Yorkshireman Laurence Fox, player of princes, kings, Nazis, captains, cops, and guitars, explains why he hates indoctrination, why we must have diversity of opinion, and why James would play a goodie if he were an actor (spoiler: honest eyes).
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MEP Daniel Hannan introduces James to the Michelin-starred “belly of the EU Beast,” Brussels: The expenses dodges, the troughers, the abandonment of the rule of law, and the growing tribalism of the debate over Brexit. Also, Shakespeare’s works are on a different plane than any other dramatist’s plays!
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Historian Roger Moorhouse, author of “Killing Hitler,” tells the story of the nation that faced the combined might of Hitler’s Germany and Stalin’s Soviet Union in “First to Fight: The Polish War 1939.”