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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Charles Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Charles Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Charles Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Charles Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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Coin shortage? Cashless society coming? Charles Moore from Middlefield Bank talks me off the ledge.

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Jul 23 2020 · 28mins
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忠実さに頼る Lean on Hope by Charles Moore

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2020.5.24 Sunday Service

May 24 2020 · 38mins
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3.24 - P4T SPECIAL EDITION - THE 2 AMERICAN DREAMS with FATHER CHARLES MOORE

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In this very SPECIAL EDITION, Gary revisits his two shows with the late-great Father Charles Moore where they discuss the two "contrasting" American Dreams. Father Moore gives vivid details of what our founding fathers really envisioned in contrast to the deteriorating vision promoted by those who only wish to destroy our democracy. This interview was recorded back in 2007, but was ahead of it's time....
Mar 17 2020 · 59mins
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#60 Charles Moore

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Charles is a journalist, columnist and former edi…
Charles is a journalist, columnist and former editor of The Spectator, The Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph. He’s also the authorised biographer of Margaret Thatcher.

In this episode Charles speaks about his sacred value of orthodoxy, his conversion to Catholicism, and why he thinks a good adversarial argument is one way to the truth.
Mar 11 2020 · 44mins
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Team Effort In Caton Rouge, Big Dawg's Stayin + Charles Moore & Jennifer Palumbo

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Kentucky did their road warrior thing once again and defeated a talented LSU team that was hungry for a win to get themselves out of the funk that they've been in. Nate Sestina did what he and everyone in BBN envisioned that he would do when he arrived at UK. Good to see him put together a solid game. Big Blue Nation exhaled Friday evening when Vince Marrow decided that he was staying put and turning down his other friend Mel Tucker and Michigan State. 

The NBA All Star Game was dope, that is all.

We'll be joined by two amazing guests too: rising comic Charles Moore will stop by at 6:30. Jennifer Palumbo, host of It's On Lex on WLEX channel 18 will join us at 7:30
Feb 19 2020 · 2hr 9mins
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クリスチャンの成長:人形から人間へ Grow:From Toy Soldiers to Real People by Charles Moore

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2020.2.16 Sunday Service

Feb 16 2020 ·
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Charles Moore's Confessions — Thatcher, theology and the Tories

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Giles talks to Margaret Thatcher's biographer and former Telegraph editor Charles Moore about becoming a Catholic, how the BBC licence fee is dividing 'somewheres' and 'anywheres' and why he's never liked the Conservative Party.
Jan 13 2020 · 48mins
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#72: Charles Moore, journalist and biographer

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Simon and Eleanor speak with Charles Moore, who was handpicked by Margaret Thatcher to write her authorised biography – he has just published his third and final volume, Herself Alone. Prior to writing about Mrs Thatcher, Charles was editor of the Spectator between 1984 and 1990, and editor of the Daily Telegraph between 1995 and 2003. Charles spoke about editing Boris Johnson's copy, his one journalistic regret, and his heated tête-à-têtes with Margaret Thatcher.

You can find us online at alwaystakenotes.com, on Twitter @takenotesalways, and on Facebook at facebook.com/alwaystakenotes. Our crowdfunding page is patreon.com/alwaystakenotes. Always Take Notes is presented by Eleanor Halls and Simon Akam, and produced by Nicola Kean. Our music is by Jessica Dannheisser and our logo was designed by James Edgar.
Dec 31 2019 · 51mins
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S2.08 Charles Moore - Margaret Thatcher: Radical or Traditionalist?

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In this full-legnth interview, Thatcher's Official Biographer reveals for the first time some remarkable facts from his new biography, including:
* Sir John Major's role in Thatcher's overthrow,
* Thatcher's early commitment to climate change
* Thatcher's desire whilst in office for the British public to decide on Britain's place in EC through both a general election and a referendum
* secret channels opened up between the British government and South Africa's ANC
* remarkable exchanges between Nelson Mandela and the British Prime Minister

The Three decades after Thatcher left office, why does Britain's most successful Prime Minister remain such a divisive figure? What will history deem her greatest achievement, failure and legacy? Ultimately, was she a radical or a traditionalist?

This week's guest on "So What You're Saying Is..." is Charles Moore, Official Biographer of Margaret Thatcher and former editor of The Daily Telegraph, The Spectator and The Sunday Telegraph. Charles joins Peter Whittle to discuss the third and final volume of his bestselling and definitive biography of Britain's first female Prime Minister, 'One of the great biographical achievements of our times' (Sunday Times)

This volume tells the story of her last period in office, her combative retirement and the controversy that surrounded her even in death. It includes the Fall of the Berlin Wall which she had fought for and the rise of the modern EU which she feared. It lays bare her growing quarrels with colleagues and reveals the truth about her political assassination by her own MPs.

Moore's biography of Britain's most important peacetime prime minister paints an intimate political and personal portrait of the victories and defeats, the iron will but surprising vulnerability of the woman who dominated in an age of male power.

Charles Moore notes that "Whenever I go on the BBC they always start: 'Margaret Thatcher was the most divisive P.M....' rather than stating 'Margaret Thatcher was the most successful P.M...."
"Whatever one thinks of her as a leader, it is factually true that she was politically successful:

* The longest-serving prime minister won every election..
* She won them all with big majorities
* She brought in most of the measures she wanted to.
* She has a set of doctrines are named after her.
* She was the first female prime minister.
* She was a hugely prestigious global figure by the late 1980s, having been the senior world leader by as early as 1982.
* She helped end the Cold War and was celebrated as an heroic figure in central and Eastern Europe.

She also correctly forecast that the European Community's plan to tie post-reunification Germany down and stop it being a threat by placing it at the heart of an increasingly centralised European Union, tied to other European states also through a common currency, would backfire & lead to Germany dominating the continent.
Nov 16 2019 · 37mins
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Podcast Special: Charles Moore in conversation with John Humphrys

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The Spectator was delighted to host Charles Moore, author of an acclaimed three-part biography of the former prime minister, and John Humphrys, former presenter of Today, for a special conversation on recent history. They talk about politics from the fall of Margaret Thatcher to the Brexit era, the BBC's bias (or lack thereof), and much much more.
Oct 23 2019 · 1hr 18mins
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