Freddie Sayers chats to the Harvard Professor about his denunciation by the illiberal Left
Freddie Sayers chats to the Contributing Editor of City Journal about race relations in the US
Freddie Sayers speaks to Prince Khalid Bandar, Saudi Arabia's new ambassador to the UK
Freddie Sayers speaks to Peter Borg-Neal, CEO of a 28-strong pub group
Freddie Sayers meets philosopher-mechanic Matthew Crawford
Freddie Sayers chats to the evolutionary psychologist about wokeness
Freddie Sayers hears from the Dutch historian why Hobbes was wrong
Freddie Sayers speaks to the former Australian Prime Minister
Freddie Sayers speaks to Camilla Stoltenberg, head of the Norwegian Institute for Public Health
Freddie Sayers speaks to Chicago pastor Corey Brooks about rioting in his community
Hold on to your hats, we hit some big topics in this half hour! Hope you enjoy.
The influential professor's statistical observations could radically change how we lift lockdown
The author of the Oxford model defends her view that the virus has passed through the UK's population
The historian talks to Freddie Sayers about the geopolitics of this pandemic
The oncologist speaks to Freddie Sayers on a range of issues
Biostatistician Dr Natalie Dean argues that a 'herd immunity' strategy would cost millions of lives
The former leader of the Canadian Liberal Party on how his family went from Russian nobles to Canadian refugees, why the Brexit debate was good for the UK's democracy and what threat populism poses to liberalism.
Professor Hendrik Streeck's findings show a fatality rate of 0.24-0.36%
Professor Michael Levitt has been following the numbers, and believes that lockdown policies are a mistake
Giles chats to former MP and convict and now ordained chaplin about the importance of diversity in politics, the power of forgiveness and how a tweet led him to become ordained.
Freddie Sayers speaks to the British epidemiologist on Lockdown TV
Freddie Sayers speaks to the JetBlue founder David Neeleman and Second Home co-founder Rohan Silva
Freddie Sayers speaks to Professor Johan Giesecke, who says that our policy is not driven by evidence
The pair discuss how the UK press has performed during the pandemic
Giles chats to the Anglican priest and pioneer of the Alpha Course in our Good Friday special.
Giles talks to the Cambridge Professor about not fitting in at Warwick University Labour Club, why Margaret Thatcher would have voted Leave and what to look out for in politics in 2020.
Giles talks to the former Governor of the Bank of England about why economists don't understand human nature, what caused the 2008 financial crisis and the mistake both sides made in the Brexit referendum.
Giles talks to the former Chief Rabbi about the power of community, antisemitism in the 21st century and the 72-hour American bus journey that changed his life.
Giles Fraser talks to Adam Rutherford about his new book.
Freddie Sayers gets opposing views from Peter Franklin and Phillip Blond on whether the Hungarian Prime Minister's dangerous reputation is justified.
Giles talks to the happiness expert about his journey from the humanities to science, why individualism is making us depressed and how we can be more happy.
Giles talks to the former Telegraph editor about becoming a Catholic, how the licence fee is dividing 'somewheres' and 'anywheres' and why he's never liked the Conservative Party.
Giles talks to the historian and former Supreme Court Justice about leaving academia behind for a career in law, the problem with human rights and the art of persuasion.
In a Christmas special, Giles chats to the novelist about writing ghost stories, the coffin maker who taught her how to whistle and losing her 5-week-old daughter.
Giles talks to the political theorist about why liberalism has failed, how the Conservatives became the party of the working class and the revolution yet to come.
Giles chats to the philosopher and chess grandmaster about the beauty of chess, the importance of spirituality and why the political spectrum is fake news.
Giles talks to author and political commentator Andrew Sullivan about his troubled home life, how moving to America liberated him and why Jeremy Corbyn is the real 'Britain Trump'.
Giles chats to the environmental activist and "professional troublemaker" about boarding school, the climate emergency and a near-death experience.
Freddie Sayers talks to Rory Stewart about Love, romantic Conservatives and how Boris Johnson made him feel like an abused wife
Freddie Sayers talks to the Left-wing economics writer about what her plans would mean in the real world
Freddie Sayers talks to Swedish activist Siavosh Derakhti about antisemitism and violence in Malmö
Freddie talks to Hassan Damluji about his new book 'The Responsible Globalist'
Freddie Sayers asks the PM's 'anti-corruption advisor' John Penrose MP about the "good rich" versus the "bad rich"
We found a quiet spot outside Conservative Party Conference to discuss whether, beyond Brexit, the Tory Party are really answering the demands of Brexit voters...
Paul Embery talks to Stephen Kinnock at the Labour Party Conference about the future of the Labour Party, and why he wants a cross party Brexit deal.
Freddie Sayers sits down in Bournemouth with the newest Lib Dem MP and asks, how is he not a true conservative?
Freddie Sayers asks Tony Blair's home secretary whether the roots of Brexit were sewn during his time
Giles sits down with Israeli philosopher Yoram Hazony in a special episode recorded in Jerusalem.
What constitutes a “real” Conservative, and what's the future of Conservatism?
Representing the overwhelmingly pro-Leave constituency of Wigan, she was one of a group of Labour MPs that those of us who supported Theresa May’s deal had hoped would eventually swing behind it...
Freddie Sayers sits down with constitutional expert Vernon Bogdanor at the Big Tent Ideas Festival.
The NYT columnist discusses how to make life – and politics – more meaningful