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Your favorite Hockey Wilderness writers combine forces to provide the hottest Minnesota Wild takes. News, Interviews, Analysis, and Laughs abound! Follow us on Twitter @HWildernessCast!
 
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Iain Dale All Talk
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Award-winning LBC radio presenter, CNN political commentator and ‘For the Many’ podcast co-host, Iain Dale brings his acclaimed, incisive insight on current affairs to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time. Over the summer, Iain will interview a different high-profile guest each day. This will be the first time that Edinburgh Fringe-goers will have had access to a wide cross section of high-profile media and political figures in one place, and even if you're not at the Fringe you can enjoy ...
 
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Spectator Radio
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The Spectator magazine's flagship podcast featuring discussions and debates on the best features from the week's edition. Presented by Isabel Hardman.
 
The Press Play On Tape podcast is your home for all vintage computer discussions!
 
Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia's political team examine what’s happening in Australian politics and why it matters to you.
 
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Salt and Pepper
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A salacious look at the media week in queer focus
 
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HitAU with Byron Cooke
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HitAU is the Hit Network’s weekly home for AUSTRALIAN HIT MUSIC featuring new and old school Australian hit music, as well as the best new stuff from the best Aussie artists. Listen in every Sunday nights on the Hit Network with your host Byron Cooke.
 
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Podcast by The Weekly Daily with Helen and Paul
 
Listen to the daily editorial from one of Australia's pre-eminent radio personalities Gary Munt. Gary's no holds barred approach has kept him at the top of his profession for over a decade. When Gary speaks people listen, whether they want to or not.
 
Disrupting Disaster is a podcast series created and co-hosted by James Lush and Charlie Caruso, both award-winning Australian/British broadcasters, digital media entrepreneurs, and fellow human beings. This podcast series is designed to bring attention to the urgency of climate change as well as highlight the amazing opportunities currently available that our audience can ACT on today. We all have the power to save the world, and now is the time we get off the couch and do something.... anyt ...
 
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Chris & James
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Tony Abbott is an Australian politician who served as the 28th Prime Minister of Australia from 2013 to 2015 and leader of the Liberal Party from 2009 to 2015. He served as Leader of the Opposition from 2009 to 2013, and as Member of Parliament (MP) for Warringah from 1994 to 2019.Iain Dale All Talk brings a sold out Edinburgh Fringe show to th ...…
 
This week, Boris Johnson agrees a Brexit deal – but can he get it through parliament (00:40)? Plus, who are the biggest beneficiaries from the Turkish incursion into Syria (22:25)? We look at how Russia is consolidating its influence in the Middle East. With Paul Mason, James Johnson, Paul Wood, and Tracey German. Presented by Katy Balls and Ci ...…
 
Sam's guest in this week’s Spectator Books is Peter Pomerantsev. Peter lived in Moscow for a decade as a TV producer, and chronicled the metastasis in that country of 'post-truth politics' in his bestselling Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible. His fascinating and dismaying new book, This Is Not Propaganda: Adventures in the War Against ...…
 
Christiane Amanpour is a British-Iranian journalist and television host. Amanpour is the Chief International Anchor for CNN and host of CNN International's nightly interview program Amanpour. She is also the host of Amanpour & Company on PBS.Iain Dale All Talk brings a sold out Edinburgh Fringe show to the podcast world, where he interviews som ...…
 
With Katy Balls and James Forsyth. Presented by Cindy Yu. Coffee House Shots is a series of podcasts on British politics from the Spectator's political team and special guests. Brought to you daily, click here to find more episodes that are not released on Spectator Radio.By The Spectator.
 
With Melissa Chen, Spectator USA's New York Editor. Americano is a series of in-depth discussions on American politics with the best pundits stateside. Presented by Freddy Gray, editor of Spectator USA. Click here to listen to previous episodes.By The Spectator.
 
With the Wild off to an 0-4 start, Tony and Joe got a friend of theirs to talk about what's happened, what went wrong, and what the Wild need to do to get back on track. Derek Peterson (@stateofstats) joined us to discuss: (Some of) the Wild's new-look game ops // Dubnyk's struggling hardcore // Can the defense do more to help Dubnyk? // The Wi ...…
 
Dominic Raab is a senior British politician serving as First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs since July 2019. Raab served in the British Cabinet as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union in 2018, until his resignation. Iain Dale All Talk brings a sold out Edinburgh Fringe show to the pod ...…
 
With Sienna Rodgers, Editor of LabourList, and Katy Balls. Presented by John Connolly. Coffee House Shots is a series of podcasts on British politics from the Spectator's political team and special guests. Brought to you daily, click here to find more episodes that are not released on Spectator Radio.…
 
Coming to you from the PAX show floor, it's Episode 34! This time we're joined by Tired Parent Mat Kapin, and Arcade Perfect's Dazza to plan some new vintage game inspired movies, remakes we'd like to see and more! An extra special thanks to Audio Technica for letting us use their recording booth at PAX once more. Some of the games mentioned th ...…
 
Lynn Barber is an award-winning journalist known for her incisive interviews and her best-selling books An Education and How to Improve Your Man in Bed. On this episode, she talks to Katy about her lifetime of interviewing the great and the good, from Salvador Dali to Katie Price; the death threats she received from Rafa Nadal's fans; and her f ...…
 
As the clock ticks down to the European Council, can Boris get a last minute deal with the EU (00:35)? Plus, is Extinction Rebellion just the latest iteration of millenarianism (18:25)? And last, what’s the right way to shoot a pheasant (33:35)? With James Forsyth, Peter Foster, Toby Young, Will Skeaping, Patrick Galbraith and Charlie Jacoby. P ...…
 
In this week’s Spectator Books podcast Sam's guest is Jung Chang — whose latest book is the gripping story of three sisters whose political differences put the Mitford even the Johnson clans in perspective. In Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister, Jung narrates the lives of the Soong Girls — one of whom was married to Chiang Kai-shek, another ...…
 
Len McClusky is a British trade unionist. He is General Secretary of Unite the Union, the largest affiliate and a major donor to the Labour Party. As a young adult, he spent some years working in the Liverpool Docks for the Mersey Docks and Harbour Company, prior to becoming a full-time union official for the Transport and General Workers' Unio ...…
 
Isabel Vincent is an author and Canadian investigative journalist for the New York Post. Her book, 'Dinner with Edward', charts the unlikely friendship she struck up with her recently widowed ninety-something neighbour. Theirs is a friendship struck through mutual grief (Vincent's own marriage was breaking down at the time) and good food. The f ...…
 
With Katy Balls and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson. Coffee House Shots is a series of podcasts on British politics from the Spectator's political team and special guests. Brought to you daily, click here to find more episodes that are not released on Spectator Radio.By The Spectator.
 
On the first episode of 10K Rinks Radio of the new season, Tony and Joe discuss: Joe's new gig at Zone Coverage! // Jared Spurgeon's deal // Matt Dumba's doing just fine // What to do with Victor Rask this year? // Can the Wild keep their good vibes? // What are fair expectations for Kevin Fiala? // Fiala is not Paul Fenton // Devan Dubnyk's sl ...…
 
In this bonus edition of Iain Dale All Talk, Iain is at a fringe event from the Conservative Party conference that he chaired. Hear their balloon debate: Socialism – Future or Failure put on by the Institute of Economic Affairs and the Taxpayers Alliance.Iain Dale All Talk brings a sold out Edinburgh Fringe show to the podcast world, where he i ...…
 
In this week's episode of Holy Smoke Damian is joined by Jamie Bartlett, one of the world’s leading experts on the dark web, radical politics and technology, whose gripping podcast series The Missing Cryptoqueen is currently being broadcast by the BBC. It tells the story of a shady Bulgarian tech entrepreneur, Dr Ruja Ignatova, who vanished jus ...…
 
With Pat Leahy, Political Editor of the Irish Times, and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson. Coffee House Shots is a series of podcasts on British politics from the Spectator's political team and special guests. Brought to you daily, click here to find more episodes that are not released on Spectator Radio.…
 
Scott Morrison appears to have made a calculation: that he gains more than he loses from a close relationship with Donald Trump. But as Trump faces an impeachment inquiry, continues a trade war with China and ramps up military activity around Iran, is it wise to be seen to be so close to this president? Recently returned from her trip to the US ...…
 
With Daniel McCarthy, Contributing Editor of Spectator USA and Editor of Modern Age. Americano is a series of in-depth discussions on American politics with the best pundits stateside. Presented by Freddy Gray, editor of Spectator USA. Click here to listen to previous episodes.By The Spectator.
 
As the debate about violent language in Westminster rumbles on, have MPs accidentally stumbled on to something? In this week’s episode, we take a look at what’s happened to civilised debate with people you disagree with (00:45). Plus, could Boris Johnson request an extension and still win a general election (17:00)? And last, is recycling all i ...…
 
Sam's guest in this week’s books podcast is Benjamin Moser, author of an acclaimed new biography of one of America’s most celebrated (and controversial) intellectuals of the twentieth century: Sontag: Her Life. Sam asked Benjamin how he sorted fact from myth, about tracking down the inventor of that haircut, and about Annie Leibovitz’s take on ...…
 
Nicholas Soames is a British politician serving as the MP for Mid Sussex since 1997. He was Minister for State for the Armed Forces from 1994 to 1997. And he is the grandson of Winston Churchill. Iain Dale All Talk brings a sold out Edinburgh Fringe show to the podcast world, where he interviews some of the most high profile names from the worl ...…
 
With former Justice Secretary David Gauke, Director of CER Charles Grant, James Forsyth, Katy Balls and Fraser Nelson. Please accept our apologies for the low volume of this podcast, due to the venue's AV team.By The Spectator.
 
Is plastic the enemy? To watch Blue Planet and listen to Greta Thunberg, you might think so. But there are some things that plastic simply does better than the alternatives, which are not necessarily more eco-friendly in any case. So should we be looking for a better way to use the material, rather than to get rid of it altogether? To this end, ...…
 
Liz Truss is the Secretary of State for International Trade and holds the Women and Equalities brief. In this special edition of Women With Balls for Conservative party conference, she talks about why Boris picked her for the job (having heard her speech about cheese exports), the limitation to trans rights, and how punchy language is all just ...…
 
Labor MP Tim Watts and former Guardian Australia political correspondent Gabrielle Chan join Katharine Murphy to discuss identity and multiculturalism in Australia, from the White Australia policy to the recent debate around Gladys Liu. Particular focus is paid to the Asian-Australian community, with observations drawn from Watts’s new book, Th ...…
 
Margaret Hodge is the Labour MP for Barking and Dagenham, and well-known for her role as former head of the Public Accounts Committee, in which she scrutinised senior civil servants and politicians alike. She has also been one of the most vocal critics of Labour's anti-Semitism problem. On the podcast, she tells Katy about how boarding school m ...…
 
This week, as Boris Johnson is hauled back into parliament, we ask – is Brexit ever going to happen (00:40)? Plus, what should London do about Riyadh (14:10)? And finally, we take a sneak peek into the angry world of knitting (24:15). With Rod Liddle, Anand Menon, Sir John Jenkins, Madawi Al-Rasheed, Isabel Hardman and Bonnie Greer. Presented b ...…
 
This week’s podcast features the Israeli writer Etgar Keret, talking about his new collection of short stories Fly Already. Topics on the agenda: how an Israel writer can address the Holocaust, why one of Etgar’s stories caused a dear friend of his to have to change his name, whether writing stories is a useful thing to do, whether smoking dope ...…
 
David Starkey is a well-known radio and television personality, first appearing on television in 1977. While a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4, his acerbic tongue earned him the sobriquet of "rudest man in Britain". Starkey has presented several history documentaries. Iain Dale All Talk brings a sold out Edinburgh Fringe show to the podcast ...…
 
Jessie Burton is the bestselling author of The Miniaturist and The Muse. In this episode of Table Talk, she tells Lara and Livvy about growing up with her dad's packed lunches, the diet of a budding actress, and her dislike for marzipan (despite The Miniaturist!). Jessie's new book, The Confession, is out now. Table Talk is a series of podcasts ...…
 
Martin Vander Weyer, our Business Editor, speaks to three leading businesspeople for Scotland and Northern Ireland about the Economic Disruptor finalists in this region. Tune in to find out more about underwater wifi, a digital 3D map of the entire world, and more. --- Human progress has depended on economic disruptors since long before the adv ...…
 
Comedian Simon Evans joins journalist Benedict Spence and comedy club founder Andy Shaw on a new podcast from Spectator Life. 'That's Life' is a sideways look at the events, people, words and ideas that shape the news agenda. Andy and Benedict talk to Simon about cancel culture, Boris’s hospital debacle and why Guy Verhofstadt is his unlikely h ...…
 
S4E02 Greg Hadden Podcast Interview In the second episode of series 4, I talk with former Nottingham Panthers legend and goal scoring forward Greg Hadden. Greg played 7 seasons with the Panthers, icing a total of 377 games and scoring 167 goals along the way. Before delving into Greg’s career we talk about his recent... The post S4E02 Greg Hadd ...…
 
With John Rick MacArthur, president of Harpers Magazine. Americano is a series of in-depth discussions on American politics with the best pundits stateside. Presented by Freddy Gray, editor of Spectator USA. Click here to listen to previous episodes.By The Spectator.
 
The shadow climate minister, Mark Butler, sits down with Katharine Murphy to discuss Labor’s ambitious climate policies. Did they lead to Labor’s election loss? And will Labor’s stance on climate change remain ‘unshakeable’?• Labor’s climate policies are ‘unshakeable’ despite election loss, Mark Butler says…
 
Damian talks to Jewish pianist Ariel Lanyi about the cruel cat-and-mouse game that the Soviet Union played with Jewish classical musicians at a time when it was sneakily trying to extinguish both their religion and their ethnic identity. Holy Smoke is a series of podcasts where Damian Thompson dissects the most important and controversial topic ...…
 
As the Supreme Court wraps up its trial into prorogation, we ask – are the courts overreaching (00:25)? We also find out about the prevalence of mental illness in the homeless and the rough sleeping (10:20). And last, Mary Killen tells us why she’s no longer a Remainer (20:45). With Richard Ekins, Jack Simson Caird, Mary Wakefield, Dominic Will ...…
 
Sam's guest in this week’s podcast is the Turkish novelist Elif Shafak, whose latest novel 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in this Strange World has just been shortlisted alongside Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood for this year’s Man Booker Prize. Elif talks to Sam about living in exile, writing in a second language, her relationship with Istanbul, and ...…
 
Jess Phillips was appointed Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to Lucy Powell, then Shadow Education Secretary, in September 2015 and In September 2016, she was elected chair of the Women's Parliamentary Labour Party (WPLP). Iain and Jess discuss the politics, her aspirations for Prime Minister, clashing with Diane Abbott and knifing Jeremy ...…
 
With James Forsyth and Katy Balls. Presented by Cindy Yu.By The Spectator.
 
Martin Vander Weyer, the Spectator’s Business Editor, hosts a series of podcasts discussing the entrepreneurs who are disrupting their respective industries. Sponsored by Julius Baer.By The Spectator.
 
With Joe Twyman, Director of Deltapoll, and Fraser Nelson. Presented by Katy Balls. Coffee House Shots is a series of podcasts on British politics from the Spectator's political team and special guests. Brought to you daily, click here to find more episodes that are not released on Spectator Radio.By The Spectator.
 
Katharine Murphy talks with Liberal MPs Tim Wilson and Jason Falinski on the state of the economy. With the pressing sense that time and opportunity are being wasted, they try to dispel the notion the Morrison government doesn’t want new policy reform. Will they act on climate change and its impact? What’s their plan for overcoming disruption? ...…
 
Kavi and Shamil Thakrar are cousins, and they're also the co-founders of restaurant chain, Dishoom, inspired by the cafes of early 20th century Bombay. They join Lara and Livvy to celebrate the launch of their first cookbook, and chat Bombay street food, the risks of profit-maximising, and the great British curry house. Table Talk is a series o ...…
 
A cross-party remain alliance successfully tied Boris Johnson’s hands in parliament last week, but with a general election looming, will this unlikely coalition last (00:30)? We also find out about ‘study drugs’ – what are the little blue pills that American students are turning to (17:35)? And last, is Boris Johnson anything like his classical ...…
 
This week's books podcast was recorded live at a Spectator event in Central London. Sam's guest is the distinguished historian Frank Dikötter, whose new book - expanding from his award-winning trilogy on Chairman Mao - considers the nature of tyranny. How To Be A Dictator: The Cult of Personality in the Twentieth Century looks at what unites an ...…
 
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