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Home to the Spectator's best podcasts on everything from politics to religion, literature to food and drink, and more. A new podcast every day from writers worth listening to.

    The Edition: the coming Brexit showdown

    The Edition: the coming Brexit showdown

    As the UK and the EU both set out what they want to get in the upcoming trade negotiations, are they heading for an almighty Brexit showdown (00:40)? We also have a look at the constitutional reforms proposed by Guinea's president Alpha Condé, and how he has succumbed to 'African Strongman Syndrome' (18:05). Plus, are dog owners treating their pets like babies (30:15)?
    With James Forsyth, Peter Foster, Colin Freeman, Alex Vines, Melissa Kite and Stuart Simons.
    Presented by Cindy Yu.
    Produced by Cindy Yu and Gus Carter.

    • 40 分鐘
    LIVE: Is it time to give amnesty to Britain's illegal immigrants?

    LIVE: Is it time to give amnesty to Britain's illegal immigrants?

    There are now a million undocumented - or ‘illegal’ - immigrants in Britain, many of them settled here with families. When Boris Johnson edited The Spectator, he argued that an amnesty should be offered to those who have been here for a long time. He retained the policy as London Mayor. Is it now time for him to implement it? Would such an amnesty be a bold expression of liberal conservatism - or a dangerous weakening of Britain’s borders and security?
    Hear Fraser Nelson and Kate Andrews, the Spectator's Economics Correspondent, debate David Goodhart, head of immigration at Policy Exchange, and Alp Mehmet, chairman of Migration Watch UK.
    Moderated by Katy Balls.

    • 1 小時 15 分鐘
    Holy Smoke: Why the Pope said no to married priests

    Holy Smoke: Why the Pope said no to married priests

    The dust has still not settled after Pope Francis unexpectedly – and very pointedly – ignored pleas (https://spectator.us/pope-rebuffs-liberal-supporters-rejecting-married-priests/) from liberal Catholics to ordain married men as priests. They had a fully worked-out plan in place, but the Pope had pressed the 'delete' button. So what happened?
    With Vatican expert Dr Ed Condon, Washington bureau chief of the Catholic News Agency and a canon lawyer.
    Holy Smoke is a series of podcasts where Damian Thompson dissects the most important and controversial topics in world religion, with a range of high profile guests. Click here (https://audioboom.com/channel/holy-smoke) to find previous episodes.

    • 21 分鐘
    Coffee House Shots: Is No 10 going to war against the civil service?

    Coffee House Shots: Is No 10 going to war against the civil service?

    With Fraser Nelson and Katy Balls.
    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 (https://audioboom.com/dashboard/4905581) to find more episodes that are not released on Spectator Radio.

    • 13 分鐘
    Table Talk: Jon Atashroo

    Table Talk: Jon Atashroo

    Jon Atashroo is Head Chef at the Tate Modern, whose culinary career began with proving dough on a radiator at university. His latest creation is a tasting menu inspired by the Tate's upcoming Andy Warhol exhibition, featuring dishes such as Coca Cola Jelly and Tuna Fish Disaster. On the podcast, he talks to Olivia and Lara about his Persian sweet tooth, how a degree in economics influenced his culinary career, and bringing artists like Picasso and Olafur Eliasson to the Tate restaurant menu.
    Table Talk is a series of podcasts where Lara Prendergast and Olivia Potts talk to celebrity guests about their life story, through the food and drink that has come to define it. Listen to past episodes here (https://audioboom.com/channels/4985181) .

    • 25 分鐘
    Women With Balls: Thérèse Coffey

    Women With Balls: Thérèse Coffey

    Thérèse Coffey is the MP for Suffolk Coastal and the work and pensions secretary. On the podcast, she talks about her famous karaoke parties, the importance of her Catholic faith to her, and that (https://twitter.com/Emmabarnett/status/616969918483955712?s=20) picture from one Spectator party.
    Women With Balls is a podcast series where Katy Balls speak to women at the top of their respective games. To hear past episodes, visit http://spectator.co.uk/balls.

    • 28 分鐘

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