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

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

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Peter Hitchens - Britain Is Dead! How The Government's Response To Coronavirus Is Disproportionate To The Threat

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Peter Hitchens, the British journalist, author, and political commentator.

He writes for The Mail on Sunday, is a former foreign correspondent in Moscow and Washington. He won the Orwell Prize in political journalism in 2010.

He has contributed to The Spectator, The American Conservative magazines, The Guardian, Prospect, and the New Statesman.

He has published nine books, including “The Abolition of Britain”, “The Rage Against God”, and “The War We Never Fought”.

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, he has been critically outspoken on global lockdowns and their devastating economic ramifications, mandatory face masks, which he has dubbed “muzzles”, and critical fear-mongering from mainstream media.

Sep 14 2020 · 1hr 46mins
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Peter Hitchens: "The Lockdown is a Catastrophe"

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Peter Hitchens is a journalist, broadcaster and author of The Phoney Victory: The World War II Illusion.

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May 31 2020 · 1hr 2mins

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Peter Hitchens: Hysterical reaction to Covid19 & public support of lockdown is scary & dangerous

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This week on #SWYSI, Peter Hitchens attacks the UK government's Coronavirus lockdown policy ("the Great Panic") and explains why its enthusiastic embrace by the British public disturbs him greatly. From the outset, Hitchens maintained that restricting civil liberties, locking down a healthy population, and stalling a healthy economy are very dangerous -- and reckless -- activities that risk irreparable harm to individuals, society and the nation. Indeed, he argues that they are a threat to our very way of life.
Apr 20 2020 · 34mins
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John Anderson Direct: With Peter Hitchens, Journalist, Author and Broadcaster

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Peter Hitchens is one of the few public figures who is prepared to raise a dissenting voice in order to question the wisdom and validity of the extreme actions democratic governments are taking around the world to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Even if you disagree with him, we should nevertheless be grateful that we still (for now) live in a society where he is at relative liberty to raise that voice.
Apr 09 2020 · 50mins

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18: Coronavirus and dissent, with Peter Hitchens

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Peter Hitchens, outspoken opponent of the coronavirus lockdown, joins Brendan O’Neill to discuss the rush to shut down democracy, dissent and the economy in response to Covid-19.

Read the transcript: https://www.spiked-online.com/2020/04/03/the-alleged-cure-is-immensely-worse-than-the-disease/

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Apr 02 2020 · 40mins
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CP: Interview with Peter Hitchens on Descending Into Authoritarianism

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Mar 30 2020 · 32mins
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Delingpod 64: Peter Hitchens (Special)

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James talks to Peter Hitchens in this Delingpod special about the encroachment of the state during the Corona Virus lockdown and how quickly people rush to give up their liberties during times of uncertainty and fear

Mar 27 2020 · 44mins
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Delingpod 61: Peter Hitchens

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This week, James is joined by the legendary Peter Hitchens - renowned conservative, author and journalist. In this episode James and Peter discuss Syria, climate change, the state of British education, Boris, the deep state, thinly slicing away of liberites and much more besides...

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Mar 19 2020 · 1hr 21mins
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Episode 2. Peter Hitchens

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Former Moscow and Washington correspondent Peter Hitchens now writes a weekly column for the Mail On Sunday.

Feb 02 2020 · 53mins
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EP84: Peter Hitchens - The Key To Happiness

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Peter Hitchens is a award winning journalist, author, broadcaster and renowned conservative polemicist. Having spent in excess of 40 years in Fleet Street, he has been a specialist reporter on education, labour and industry, politics, defence and diplomacy, as well as a resident correspondent in Moscow and Washington. 

After being shortlisted in 2007 and 2009, he won the Orwell Prize in political journalism in 2010. He’s written for The Spectator and The American Conservative magazines, as well as The Guardian, Prospect, and the New Statesman. Now writing for The Mail on Sunday he has a weekly column and blog in which he debates directly with readers. 

To date he has written eight books, including The Abolition of Britain, The Rage Against God, and The War We Never Fought. His most recent book, 'The Phoney Victory' was published in August 2018 and addresses the national myth of the Second World War, which he asserts did long-term damage to Britain and its position in the world.

A regular on British radio and television, he’s appeared on Question Time, Any Questions?, This Week, The Daily Politics and The Big Questions. He’s presented several documentaries on Channel 4 and in the late 1990s, he co-presented a programme on Talk Radio UK.

He has also visited nearly 60 countries during the course of his work.

00.00 Trailer

00.12 Introduction

04.00 What do people not ask Peter Hitchens that he wished they would?

04.40 What does Peter find interesting about himself?

05.40 Peter’s early life

07.30 Peter’s relationship with his parents

08.10 Peter’s thoughts on boarding school

10.30 Peter on losing his Mother

11.30 Peter on his University life

12.10 Peter’s career aspirations

13.30 Being taught what to think, not how to think

15.40 What are the things Peter says that people cannot tolerate?

17.00 How can we create a society that produces better thinkers?

21.00 Education system vs Parenting

22.10 Modern day Britain and it’s position in the world

26.00 Pessimism being the key to happiness

27.30 Peter on the why he opposes the legalisation of cannabis

36.30 Peter’s biggest regret

36.50 Peter on opposing ideas and having a conscience

38.40 How does Peter define God?

41.00 How does Peter think people perceive him?

41.40 Why does Peter think some people hate him?

42.30 How can you know if you’re right?

43.10 Peter on addiction

47.00 Spirituality and religion

47.50 Could God exist out with religion?

49.29 Peter on his purpose

51.20 Peter on open-mindedness

52.10 Peter on his legacy

52.30 What does Peter think his brother, Christopher Hitchens’ legacy is?

55.40 How does Peter define success?

55.50 Best piece of advice

56.50 Speaking to 20 year old self

57.20 Older and younger generation sharing knowledge

57.50 Changing the world

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Nov 10 2019 · 1hr 1min
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