Podcasts
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Podcasts

27 June 2014

Celebrating consumer choice

Listen to spiked’s parliamentary debate on the pros and cons of shopping in the twenty-first century.

23 May 2014

Modi, Conchita and Farage: three men of the people?

In our new podcast, we discuss the clash between the elites and the public.

15 April 2014

On-Air, Off-Message: the greatest hits

A look back over the best of the podcast series.

8 April 2014

‘We are losing the right to live our lives as we see fit’

Christopher Snowdon says plain packs and bans on e-cigs are another step closer to prohibition of tobacco.

2 April 2014

‘If we hadn't defended NAMBLA, no one would have’

Wendy Kaminer explains why the ACLU defended a notorious paedophile group.

2 April 2014

‘Football fans are treated like scum by the authorities’

The crackdown on Scottish football fans is the free-speech battle the chattering classes choose to ignore.

1 April 2014

‘Student unions have become part of university management’

Dennis Hayes says a therapeutic culture is shutting down debate on campus.

18 March 2014

‘The very idea of public space has vanished in Britain’

Josie Appleton says that the trend towards policing public spaces is squishing British public life.

4 March 2014

‘Assisted suicide is not an act of compassion’

Kevin Yuill says assisted suicide is a product of a modern crisis of morality.

25 February 2014

‘Adults, not the state, are the best form of child protection’

Jennie Bristow explains how child protection legislation is making children less safe.