Having spent over 20 years questioning the establishment, Nigel Farage now takes on some of the world’s most controversial figures and shares his thoughts on the biggest political issues of the day. In this podcast, you will get a front row seat into an ever-changing political landscape and unprecedented access on Nigel Farage’s journey.
The day Donald Trump came to the UK
With protests and counter protests taking place in London and the rest of the UK in response to Donald Trump's working visit, close ally, Nigel Farage gets invited to speak at a pro Trump event in where he extends a welcome to the President
Piers Morgan on No Platforming, Fake News and his mate Trump
Fresh of the Good Morning Britain sofa, Piers Morgan took some time out to speak to Nigel Farage. Piers explains why we need to respect the office of the President of the United States, why the survival of the BBC could be in danger considering people want more and more opinion and why Trump is wrong to label all of CNN as Fake News
Fox News Presenter Tucker Carlson talks Trump to Nigel Farage
Political Commentator and Presenter Tucker Carlson commands around three million viewers each night for his Fox News show 'Tucker Carlson Tonight'. Here the host discusses President Trump's triumphs and the moments that have made him feel distressed.
Is Italexit coming?
As Italian President Sergio Mattarella appoints ex-IMF economist Carlo Cottarellio to form a government, will it solve the political turmoil the country has been facing? It comes after the efforts of Italy's two populist parties to form a coalition government collapsed. But what direction will the coalition take the country in and what is their attitude to the European Union?
In this episode Nigel speaks to Marco Zanni who was a former member of the 5 Star Movement and is currently a Member of the European Parliament for the Europe of Nations and Freedom Group
The day I questioned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes questions from EU Group Leaders in Brussels. One of those group leaders is MEP Nigel Farage. So what does the Facebook billionaire have to say in reponse to accusations of political bias or the transparency of online data. Find out if he answered my question.
Trump living up to expectations & the new anti-Brexit super group
Has President Trump made the right decision in moving the American Embassy to Jereuslam? Nigel shares his thoughts on the violence that has escalated since the opening yesterday. Plus Nick Clegg, David Miliband and Nicky Morgan have launched a brexit super group in what it appears as an attempt to delay or thwart the brexit proces. They say they want to prevent a hard brexit but Nigel has a sneaky suspiscion they have another agenda.