From Eco Lunacy to snotty Social Justice Warriors to the state of his Sex Life, James Delingpole's World is going to hell in a handcart. Each week James will meet with kindred spirits - and maybe the odd arch enemy - to chew the fat, slaughter some sacred cows, and make everything nice and fluffy in his characteristic snarky, erudite, take-no-prisoners way.
Australia’s leading climate skeptic blogger http://joannenova.com.au/ on Australia’s green energy disaster
Journalist and author Ruth Dudley Edwards, journalist Ian O’Doherty and Irexit (that’s Irish exit from the EU) campaigner Hermann Kelly
Journalist and author Ruth Dudley Edwards, journalist Ian O’Doherty and Irexit (that’s Irish exit from the EU) campaigner Hermann Kelly
Journalist, millennial, creator of dank memes
Ex copper with West Yorkshire Police, UKIP activist, on the crisis in British policing
Spectator theatre critic, playwright, Welshman, Balliol man, friend of Boris
Brexiteer, Meme, Honourable Member (of Parliament) for the 18th Century
James Tooley - Professor of Education Policy at Newcastle University, co-founder of the Independent Grammar School, Durham, on why private schools work best (even in the poorest parts of the world) and how to survive in an Indian prison.
From care home to Oxford to Eighties options trading desk to UKIP’s economics spokesman
Dr. Craig Wright - Australian computer scientist, entrepreneur and billionaire.
Yaron Brook, chairman of the Ayn Rand Institute, has a remedy for all the big government initiatives and nanny state meddling which are stealing our freedoms and costing us our hard-earned cash: we need to stop thinking about other people and start thinking of ourselves.
Britain's Next Margaret Thatcher Is a 16-Year Old Iranian-Born Schoolgirl.
James talks economics with Mark Littlewood, head of the Institute of Economic Affairs. They discuss: just how DO you make free markets sexy to generation snowflake; the overratedness (by the Brits at any rate) of the National Health Service; and the appeal of Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg (he tells it straight).
James and his special guest, Talk Radio presenter Julia Hartley Brewer, are determined to resist this nonsense to the bitter end. From hijab-wearing, knife-wielding women yelling 'Kill kill kill' to feminazis shrieking about "period poverty", from the BBC's crap, massively overrated The Bodyguard to "transgender" male rapists being locked up in women's prisons.
On this week's episode, Chris Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs. James is upset: really upset. His favourite childhood drink - some bright orange fizzy stuff called Lucozade, plus lots of other fizzy drinks have been ruined for ever by the UK government's clampdown on sugar - causing craven, idiot, PC manufacturers to change the ingredients and ruin the taste.
Toby Young - journalist, educational campaigner, author of How To Lose Friends And Alienate People, former Top Chef judge - tells James the full horrifying story of how his life was almost destroyed by Social Justice Warriors. His crime? Being appointed to a minor role on a government educational supervisory board - but not being sufficiently left wing.
James is reunited with his brother Dick on this week's episode of Delingpole and the "Yes/No Game" makes its long-awaited return.
James talks to David Craig, co-author of The Great University Con: How We Betrayed a Generation, on this week's episode of Delingpole, who confirms all his worst suspicions about the pointlessness of (most) further education.
Broadcaster Claire Fox, director of the Academy of Ideas, is one of James's doughtiest comrades in the Culture Wars. Oddly, she's also a self-confessed leftist - formerly of the Marxist Revolutionary Party. But on free speech they are in total agreement.
Pub owner Tim Martin, Britain's leading pro-Brexit entrepreneur tells James the story of how he got to be worth $400 million, why he voted Leave and who he blames for the Government's failure to deliver it.
On this week's episode of Delingpole, James suffers the ordeal of spending an hour chatting with an attractive, blonde California girl as she describes her experiences being just about the only Trump fan at Berkeley. Worse, she’s a Christian.
What happens when the largest social media platforms collude with various global governments? Your rights die. On this week's episode of Delingpole, James Delingpole talks with Ezra Levant, broadcaster, lawyer and founder of Canada's Rebel Media about the difficulties of running a conservative media organization in a world where from Facebook to YouTube to Patreon conservatives are being deliberately demonetized by liberal-dominated tech firms which do not want conservative voices to be heard.
The too big to fail 2008 bailout of the banks, in real terms, cost more than the Marshall Plan, the Louisiana Purchase, the Race to the Moon, the Savings and Loans crisis, the Korean War, the New Deal, the Invasion of Iraq, the Vietnam War and NASA combined. On this week's Delingpole, James talks to fund manager - and, bizarrely, fellow Oxford English graduate - Tim Price about the iniquities of global finance. These guys get paid gazillions for doing little more than rip us off. Price explains...more
Why do the British people believe their health care is the "envy of the world?" On this week's Delingpole, James lets you know not only how complicit the media is in promoting this propaganda, but, in fact, how the media is the progenitor of this falsehood. Last week James tore into the failure of the British National Health Service (NHS) - just in time for it's birthday celebration! Yes, it's the Happy 70th Birthday NHS Special (lol) with Kate Andrews and Kristian Niemitz of the Institute of ...more
On the 70th anniversary of Britain’s National Health Service (NHS), James Delingpole talks with Dr. Will, a NHS Accident and Emergency specialist and front line doctor. He spills the beans on what it’s REALLY like working in the casualty department in a busy city hospital: the chaos, the confusion, the waste… Our mole, Dr Will, doesn’t offer any solutions. But he has plenty of vivid examples of why it doesn’t deserve its reputation as the “envy of the world” and why socialized medicine isn’t th...more
Sven Hughes, CEO and Founder of Verbalisation, talks about how the skills he learned as a Psi Ops specialist with the British army in Afghanistan can be used in strategic marketing. He discusses his successes in helping to deprogram Islamic radicals, what the Taliban most fear, how to win the culture wars, Brexit and - almost inevitably - the self-marketing genius of Donald Trump.
Chloe Westley - Campaign Manager at the TaxPayers’ Alliance (@lowtaxchloe on Twitter) talks about the glories of Brexit, the horrors of negotiating sexual politics in the age of #MeToo, the (underrated - in the UK, anyway) genius of Donald Trump and the rampant political correctness of her native Australia. She’s a rising star of young Conservatism and you’re going to love her!
James asks Sarah whether feminism and #MeToo have gone too far. And comes up with a pretty forthright "Yes!" Also, the plague of social media..."life is not a hashtag," the effects of Brexit in relationship to family & friends, and why James believes that all women are "mad" - in other words, crazy.
On this week’s episode of Delingpole, James talks with historian Tom Holland - star of the documentary Islam: The Untold Story - about the Islamic State and the plight of the Yazidis. Also, they discuss Holland being a failed vampire author and a world class cricketer. In addition, they talk about why Stonehenge is under threat and, er, the tragedy of hedgehogs.
James talks with his brother Dick Delingpole. Yes, he’s back by popular demand. So is the “Yes No” game. Other hot topics: why Americans don’t know what lamb tastes like; the underrated military prowess of the French; and Dunkirk - which is better: the 1952 classic black and version; or the modern update?
James talks with Zuzanna about life on the front line of student politics, why free speech matters and the evils of Antifa.
John Preston - author,talks murdered dogs, dirty Liberals, and black comedy - all in his bestseller A Very English Scandal and the TV adaptation with Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw
Mike Daunt - author of The Bounder, Britain’s most foul-mouthed angler, fly-fishing teacher to the stars
Geoff Norcott - (almost) Britain’s only Conservative comic
Daniel Kawczynski - MP for Shrewsbury; Brexiteer; big Jacob fan; Pole
Simon Lincoln Reader - South Africa, hippo attacks and James’s safari dream
Dick Delingpole returns with an exciting new game...
Peter Hitchens - author, columnist, truth-teller, curmudgeon
Sean Langan, Intrepid Reporter - My four months as prisoner of the Taliban
Brendan O’Neill - Free Speech Special Edition (Almost) Live from Radley College
Tommy Robinson - on the police, Islam and his media empire plans
William Sitwell - author (Eggs or Anarchy; A History of Food in 100 Recipes); judge on MasterChef; right proper toff
Harriet Sergeant - fellow, Centre for Policy Studies, on Sarf London street gangs and the sex for aid charities scandal
Sebastian “Baz” Shemirani - on being a red-pilled undergraduate at the London School of Economics
Peter Lilley - Conservative politician - Minister in Mrs Thatcher’s Cabinet, Brexiteer
Johnny Ball - mathematician, children’s TV star, Zoe’s dad, author of Wonders Beyond Numbers
Jim Mellon - investor - on how you’re going to finance your longer life
Dominic Frisby - Cryptocurrency tales...
Thor Holt - life/business coach; Write With Courage (http://writewithcourage.libsyn.com/) podcaster
Tony Heller - https://realclimatescience.com/ - on climate fraud
Sir James MacMillan - world-renowned Scottish composer and conductor on God, Brexit and saving Western Civilization
Professor Ian Plimer - Aussie geologist; author Climate Change Delusion and the Great Electricity Rip-Off on South Australia’s green energy disaster and why solar is a waste of space
Kevin Myers - Ireland’s best conservative journalist on the fake scandal that has destroyed his career
Gareth Soye - in our special Dublin issue reformed leftie Gareth puts James right on Irish politics
Rupert Darwall - author Green Tyranny: Exposing The Totalitarian Roots Of The Climate Industrial Complex
Malcolm Delingpole - James interviews his Dad about the RAF, E-Type Jaguars and being James’s Dad.
Lord Tebbit - held three Cabinet positions under Margaret Thatcher; the greatest Conservative prime minister Britain never had
Podcast with guest Dick Delingpole - Special Dog Poo(p) Edition
Anne Marie Waters - leader of For Britain party
David Goodhart - author of The Road to Somewhere: The Populist Revolt and the Future of Politics
Neil Monnery - author of Architect of Prosperity on Sir John Cowperthwaite the free market economist who made Hong Kong great
Simon Cawkwell - aka Evil Knievil - legendary short-trading spread better
Laura Perrins - co editor of Conservative Woman (conservativewoman.co.uk) on feminism, gender fluidity and other nonsense
Ben Irvine - red-pilled Cambridge philosopher
Bitcoin expert, comic and libertarian Dominic Frisby
Brendan O'Neill - editor of Spiked; world's soundest Marxist
Don’t Mention The War special with Kristian Niemitz of the Institute of Economic Affairs
That's James brother Dick Delingpole
James Lovelock - Independent scientist, inventor, creator of Gaia theory
Brian Robinson - ex-actor, broadcaster, public speaking coach talks to James about James
Simon Lincoln Reader - South African ex-game ranger turned FX tech entrepreneur at Fourex
Steven Edginton - Special Youth Edition Part 2 with the 17 year old conservative behind the Politics UK YouTube channel
Chris Horner - DC attorney, Senior Fellow at Competitive Enterprise Institute on the climate scam and how it all began
Sebastian Shemirani - Eton sixth form scholar talks about being an ordinary kid at the world’s poshest school and why the left can’t do memes.
Dr. Mike Simpson - Green Beret - everything you wanted to know about Special Forces but were too afraid to ask...
Jonathan Foreman - war correspondent, film critic, generally sound journalist on: Syria, Islam, his famous screenwriter Dad and loads of other stuff
Isabel Oakeshott - political journalist, Call Me Dave author - returns to talk TV, conservative politics and to tell James off for his obsession with smut
Sir Roger Scruton, philosopher, on the meaning of conservatism
Henry Jeffreys, wine writer, author of Empire of Booze on the joys of alcohol
Robert Tombs, Professor of French History at Cambridge University on the English, the French…and history
Douglas Murray - author on immigration, Islam and his stunning bestseller The Strange Death Of Europe
Julia Hartley-Brewer - talk show host, sex goddess
Christopher Essex, Professor of Applied Mathematics at University of Western Ontario on why 'climate change' models are bunk
David Campbell Bannerman MEP: Cambridge snowflakes, Brexit, trainspotting
Back by popular request: James's brother Dick
Martin Durkin - the TV producer behind Combat Dealers, the Great Global Warming Swindle, and Brexit the Movie talks Thatcher, liberty and revolutionary Marxism
Tommy Robinson - founder of the English Defense League; author, Enemy of the State; “Most Hated Man in Britain"
A finance special with fund manager Justin Urquhart-Stewart, on the evils of financiers, the perils of the markets, and how to avoid a miserable old age.
Harry Mount - new editor of the Oldie on Latin, class, and the sad decline of the National Trust
Alain de Botton - writer, philosopher, School of Life entrepreneur: on friendship, art, and how to deal with the fact that your life is such a failure
Filmmakers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer talk about their bestseller and indie documentary about serial killer Kermit Gosnell
James talks Trump, Brexit and small government with conservatarian hero Jacob Rees-Mogg MP
James Bartholomew, author of The Welfare Of Nations, on why big government doesn't work.
Gavin Ashenden, turbulent priest; formerly Queens Chaplain on Islam, Cultural Marxism and why the church is doomed.
UKIP's only MP on Brexit and the art of winning.
The stand up comic and Bitcoin guru - on Why We Dont Need Government.
Senator Malcolm Roberts from Australia's One Nation party on coal, climate and free market capitalism.
James' very special holiday edition with his brother Dick Delingpole features fun, games, politics, quizzes and fascinating family detail: it could be the BEST PODCAST EVER!
Chris talks to James about the menace of the lifestyle police who want to ban everything we enjoy.
This Canadian professor victim of climate McCarthyism is fighting back hard - and winning.
James talks Trump, Farage and Brexit with political editor Isabel Oakeshott.
NASA is lying to us about global warming.
James talks with Charles Crawford about current world affairs.
James talks Trump, feminism and the sweet smell of victory with the Institute of Economic Affairs' Kate Andrews.
Sunday Times political editor Tim Shipman on the men who made Brexit happen.
James Delingpole meets the former football hooligan and ex-jailbird who is now Britain's top criminal barrister.
Claire Fox vs the Special Snowflakes.
James chats with Britain's Queen of Trolls about why they're both so hated.