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...
Giles sits down with Israeli philosopher Yoram Hazony in a special episode recorded in Jerusalem.
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
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