- published: 24 Jun 2021
- views: 68571
On this week's episode, Fraser Nelson is joined by Tory MP Robert Halfon; Maurice Mcleod from Race on the Agenda; author Douglas Murray; cartoonist and satirist Michael Heath; and a team of Spectator journalists. // THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Welcome from Fraser Nelson 00:50 - What are the perils of new builds? With James Forsyth, Katy Balls, Emma Byrne & Kate Andrews 13:27 - How do the elite avoid lockdown? With Kate Andrews 20:56 - What's the effect of 'white privilege' on school children? With Robert Halfon and Maurice Mcleod 41:47 - What was the role of political correctness in the Manchester arena bombing? With Douglas Murray 58:55 - What is the legacy of Hogarth? With Michael Heath #SpectatorTV #whiteprivilege #Lockdown // Subscribe to The Spectator Subscribe: Get your first month for ...
On this week's episode, Katy Balls is joined by Special Envoy on Covid-19 for the WHO David Nabarro; former Prime Minister of Australia Tony Abbott; Spectator columnist Rod Liddle; author and journalist Lionel Shriver; and a team of Spectator journalists. // THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Welcome from Katy Balls 01:03 - Were we right to delay Freedom Day? Fraser Nelson vs Kate Andrews 28:12 - What will the government do now? With David Nabarro 37:58 - What does the Australia trade deal means for the UK? With Tony Abbott and James Forsyth 50:02 - Is it coming home? With Rod Liddle 54:27 - What are the pains of flying these days? With Lionel Shriver #SpectatorTV #Covid #Euro2021 // Subscribe to The Spectator Subscribe: Get your first month for free https://www.spectator.co.uk/join?tpcc=A584A //...
Kate Andrews is joined by Liam Fox, former international trade secretary; investigative journalist Harald Maass; journalist Isabel Oakeshott; Spectator contributors Jonathan Miller and Katja Hoyer; alongside James Forsyth and Katy Balls from our home team. #SpectatorTV #Hancock #Uighurs // THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Welcome from Kate Andrews 02:05 - Are the Covid rules unfair? With Liam Fox 12:50 - Politics update with Katy Balls 20:35 - How China hunts Uighurs abroad, with Harald Maass 37:05 - Who will replace Angela Merkel? 49:40 - What if the Hancock video had been fake? UNFAIR COVID RULES On Tuesday, Liam Fox tweeted that Brits were being treated like '2nd class citizens in our own country', because of the government's isolation rules for returning travellers. He tells Kate that the pub...
On this week's episode, Kate Andrews is joined by former ambassador to the United States Christopher Meyer; Conservative MP and deputy chair of the Conservative party Lee Rowley; fellow Tory MP Tim Loughton; The Spectator's associate editor Douglas Murray; epidemiologist and SPI-M member Professor Rowland Kao; Spectator chair and GB News chair and presenter Andrew Neil; and a team of Spectator journalists. // THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Welcome from Kate Andrews 01:53 - What will happen when Boris meets Biden? With Christopher Meyer 12:13 - Should we cut foreign aid? With Lee Rowley & Tim Loughton 22:18 - Is cancel culture out of control? With Douglas Murray 40:00 - How worried should we be about a third Covid wave? With Prof. Rowland Kao 54:47 - What's new about GB News? With Andrew Neil #Spec...
On this week's episode, Cindy Yu is joined by Gideon Rachman, chief foreign affairs commentator at the Financial Times; Charles Moore, Spectator columnist and former editor; Mark Kotter, cofounder of Meatable and academic neurosurgeon at the University of Cambridge; and a team of Spectator journalists. // THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Welcome from Cindy Yu 00:49 - Why is China changing its child policy? With Gideon Rachman 16:49 - Politics update: Why did the government's education catch-up tsar resign? 23:17 - Coronavirus update: Will 'freedom day' be delayed? With Kate Andrews 32:28 - Can the National Trust be fixed? With Charles Moore 43:07 - Is 'fake meat' the future? With Mark Kotter #SpectatorTV #Covid #China // SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPECTATOR Twelve issues and a free £20 Amazon voucher for j...
On this week's episode, Fraser Nelson is joined by biologist and writer Matt Ridley; David Cameron's former spin doctor Craig Oliver; Professor Sunetra Gupta, an epidemiologist from the University of Oxford; writer, historian and journalist Owen Matthews; Swedish journalist Lisa Bjurwald; and a team of Spectator journalists. // THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Welcome from Fraser Nelson 01:47 - Did Covid come from a Chinese lab? With Matt Ridley 11:33 - How should Boris reply to Cummings's explosive claims? With Craig Oliver 22:50 - Professor Sunetra Gupta: why Cummings is wrong 39:48 - How should the West react to Belarus? With Owen Matthews 53:30 - Are the Swedish royal family turning woke? With Lisa Bjurwald #SpectatorTV #Cummings #China // SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPECTATOR Twelve issues and a free £2...
Two bioethics professors at the University of Oxford discuss Covid. Professor Julian Savulescu says: 'This is just a trial run for what could happen, and we haven't done very well. This is not as bad as it can get. Within 10 years, tens of thousands of people will be able to make Covid or smallpox in a back yard laboratory. So we are really on the brink.' His colleague, Professor Dominic Wilkinson, talks about the value of life. He says: 'Life has value to everyone who wants to stay alive. All of us have reason to want to live for longer.' Professor Julian Savulescu is director, and Professor Dominic Wilkinson is the medical director, at the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. Find out more about Julian and Dominic's work: https://ukpandemicethics.org/ // SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPECTATOR Ge...
Freddy Gray, the Spectator's US editor, tells Andrew Neil that the Sussexes have established a rival Royal household across the pond. Rod Liddle, the Spectator's associate editor, says their complaints about the British press stems from a uniquely American self-obsession. Taken from The Week in 60 Minutes #26. In partnership with Charles Stanley Wealth Managers. #SpectatorTV #RoyalFamily #HarryAndMeghan // SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPECTATOR 12 issues for £12, plus a free £20 Amazon voucher - https://www.spectator.co.uk/voucher // FOLLOW US Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/spectator Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OfficialSpectator LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-spectator
Join Douglas Murray, author of The Madness of Crowds, and feminist activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali as the pair discuss her new book: Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women’s Rights. Copies of The Madness of Crowds (in paperback) will be sent out after the event. Please note shipping is only available within the UK. Click here to pre-order PREY by Ayaan Hirsi Ali // Subscribe to The Spectator Subscribe: Get your first month for free https://www.spectator.co.uk/join?tpcc=A584A // FOLLOW US https://www.twitter.com/spectator https://www.facebook.com/OfficialSpectator https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-spectator
Alas! Born of surgery blade in proficient hand to renew
Rushes the Chaos unlocking, and who will discern His
For cirques are high, the scenery heart is the gain of
Celebrate! Lycanthropes and heretics, sinners and saints
What a virulence! Such a lovely strengths gently obsess
every single crawl
Mutes are featured withdrawn; thus fable attracts and
Not a scene will drop! Illusive is the intent, ghostly is
A charm equals wretched believes...
No gift of choice to immolate
Chaos comes predicted even
Imaginary hate turns blind;
The spiral snake, serpentine is the Universe
A flexure where nothing and nothing wind
To contemplate passing by is to breed the curse
Spectators! Global pestilent hive...