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60 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Christopher Hitchens. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Christopher Hitchens, often where they are interviewed.

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60 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Christopher Hitchens. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Christopher Hitchens, often where they are interviewed.

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Wine Drinkers of the World, Unite, Christopher Hitchens

Thinky Thinks with Matthew Foust
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Another interjection for a work of "the Hitch" never fails to entertain, almost always informs, and rarely disappoints. While in his own world he says "I am perfectly well aware that there are many graver problems facing civilization, and many grosser violations of human rights being perpetrated as we speak", this essay finds its way to much more relevance than it seems by outlining the simple fact that when we don't like something, we ought to change it. More than that, it points out that the small things, the trivial violations, are the easiest to correct, and we have little excuse not to speak up, act up, and fix it. All this and more in two pages about a glass of wine at dinner.

Jul 02 2020

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What did Roger Scruton and Christopher Hitchens have in common?

The Critic Podcast
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What did the radical essayist and polemical journalist, Christopher Hitchens, and the conservative philosopher, Sir Roger Scruton, have in common?

In this podcast, Douglas Murray, the commentator and author of The Strange Death of Europe and, most recently, The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity, talks to the political editor of The Critic, Graham Stewart, about the personal debt he owes to the two men he considers his literary mentors and the wider contribution that they made to debate and critical thinking on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Jun 30 2020

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What did Roger Scruton and Christopher Hitchens have in common?

The Critic Podcast
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What did the radical essayist and polemical journalist, Christopher Hitchens, and the conservative philosopher, Sir Roger Scruton, have in common?

In this podcast, Douglas Murray, the commentator and author of The Strange Death of Europe and, most recently, The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity, talks to the political editor of The Critic, Graham Stewart, about the personal debt he owes to the two men he considers his literary mentors and the wider contribution that they made to debate and critical thinking on both sides of the Atlantic.
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Music: "Modern Jazz Samba" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Jun 30 2020

26mins

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So Many Men's Rooms, So Little Time, Christopher Hitchens

Thinky Thinks with Matthew Foust
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This essay, a excellent blend of comic aside and stark relevance to modern politics, is by the late writer, polemicist, intellectual, and moral inspiration Christopher Hitchens, published in Slate in 2007.

Jun 29 2020

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228: 19th June: Christopher HItchens v Terry Wogan

Date Fight!
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What was on telly 36 years ago? What sign does Julia have in her kitchen? Where was Piers Gaveston's head cut off? Jake Yapp & Natt Tapley & Julia Raeside find out in today's Date Fight!

Jun 18 2020

11mins

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PREVIEW Christopher Hitchens Teh Epic Winguy w/ @Raaleh

Pod Damn America
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Riley from Trash Future podcast joins us in remembering Christopher Hitchens. Remember that guy?

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May 14 2020

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Episode 45: Christopher Hitchens: the Atheist's "Non Serviam" (February 10, 2020)

True Wealth
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In this episode of True Wealth, Catholic evangelists Dave Basconi and Maria Smith discuss the debate between William Craig Lane and Christopher Hitchens: Does God Exist?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tYm41hb48o (February 10, 2020)

Feb 11 2020

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Christopher Hitchens (2009) | Religion Poisons Everything

Festival of Dangerous Ideas
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We take you back to the unforgettable Christopher Hitchens. Hitch was the opening speaker at the very first Festival of Dangerous Ideas in 2009. Erudite, acerbic and incisive as ever, Hitch's talk - the original dangerous ideas - holds a very special place in our hearts.  A Decade of Danger celebrates 10 years of The Festival of Dangerous Ideas and will highlight 10 unmissable speakers from across the festival’s history. Sign up at festivalofdangerousideas.com to find out more about the lineup for FODI 2020.

Jan 27 2020

38mins

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131 Christopher Hitchens at Google

The Deviant Developer on The Intellectual Dark Web
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Christopher did a talk at Google in the mid 2000s - that would never be allowed today.

Google have gone from free thinkers to extremist far leftists. This is how and why companies die.

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Jan 12 2020

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Ep. 28: Atheist Book Review—"god is not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything" by Christopher Hitchens

Libertatheists
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This week we cover one of Christopher Hitchens' books, called "god is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything".  We wish we had more time to cover more of his book because there's a lot of good stuff in here, but we hope that what we're able to cover inspires you to read the book and decide for yourself: does religion poison everything?

Sep 27 2019

53mins

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