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John talks with Steve E. Koonin, a theoretical physicist and policymaker, about the future of energy and the politics of climate change. Steve reflects on how the politicisation of climate science has led to a lack of transparency regarding climate statistics.Di John Anderson
 
John talks to world-renowned Stanford University Historian Niall Ferguson about global security, the perception of the West, the strength of alliances in the face of communist threats, and what China’s rising power means for the geopolitical environment.Di John Anderson
 
John talks to Erica Komisar, a clinical social worker, psychoanalyst, parent coach and author, about the phenomenons plaguing parents and children in today’s environments. Erica highlights the crucial periods for children’s growth and the importance of intentional and nurturing motherhood from the moment a child enters the world.…
 
In this Direct interview, John is joined by Victor Davis Hanson, Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Dr. Hanson addresses Biden’s role in the Afghanistan crisis, increased tensions between China and the US, and the future of the US-Australia relationship. They also unpack the authoritarianism of woke politics, the mou…
 
In this Direct interview, John is joined by Senator Jim Molan, AO, DSC, a former Major-General in the Australian Army and current Senator for New South Wales in the Australian Senate. They re-examine Australia’s defence and national security threats in the wake of the United States’ disastrous exit from Afghanistan, and consider the potential for w…
 
In this Direct interview, John is joined by Greg Sheridan, widely-respected foreign editor for The Australian and author of Christians: The urgent case for Jesus in our world. They discuss the Christian foundations of Western civilisation and the importance of religion to society, communities and individuals. They delve into the deep rationality th…
 
In this Direct interview, John is joined by Journalist Abigail Shrier, author of Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters. They discuss why and how the transgender phenomenon is particularly impacting young women in the West, and what the way forward is. A graduate of Columbia College, the University of Oxford, and Yale Law…
 
In this Direct interview, John is joined by Professor Carl Trueman, author of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self. They discuss the modern self in an age of culture wars, including the societal shift of the perception of happiness and gratification, the technological revolution, and the sexual revolution and its ties to authoritarianism.…
 
In this Direct interview, John is joined by American demographer, academic and author Joel Kotkin. John and Joel discuss some of the key theses of Joel’s widely-praised recent book, ‘The Coming of Neo-Feudalism’. Joel shines the spotlight on the Western progressive elite or, as he terms them, the ‘new clerisy’, who sideline and silence anyone who s…
 
Human rights activist and author Yeonmi Park grew up in North Korea, a brutal, communist society devoted to the worship of Kim Jong-Il. At the age of 13, she and her family made a daring escape to China in search of a life free of tyranny. In her viral talks, viewed online nearly 350 million times, Park urges audiences to recognise—and resist—the o…
 
In this direct interview, John is joined by American actor and philanthropist Matthew McConaughey. They discuss Matthew’s new memoir, Greenlights, and delve into his storied life so far – his acting career, upbringing, and the profound lessons he has learnt first-hand about victimhood, courage and self-responsibility. They investigate broader topic…
 
John talks to distinguished American journalist and author Matt Taibbi about the current, perilous state of the media. Taibbi details the politicisation and polarisation of mainstream news media over the past 20 years. He unpacks what he believes to be the contributing factors to this descent, yet shines hope on the future of journalism, arguing th…
 
John talks to historian and author Dr. Stephen Chavura on the history of Western civilisation, Western thought and the historical roots of freedom, democracy and the rule of law. He explains how contemporary characterisations of Western history are misguided at best, deceptive at worst.Di John Anderson
 
As we approach Easter when Christians celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, John talks to Dr. Peter Jensen, former Anglican Archbishop of Sydney. They consider the Christian story again. Is it true? They discuss Peter's personal faith, the relationship between Church and State, religious freedom, human identity and the future of Chr…
 
In this wide-ranging interview, John and John Howard delve into the major political, social and economic problems facing Australia. They cover rising debt and inter-generational theft, political correctness, civic culture, familial health, immigration, foreign alliances, our relationship with China and the legacy and future of Australia and the Wes…
 
In this Direct interview, John is joined by constitutional lawyer Greg Lukianoff, who is also the president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). He focuses on the First Amendment, constitutional law, and the predicament of free speech on university campuses. In 2015, he wrote a now-famous article with Jonathan Haidt called “…
 
Lifelong Democrat Dr Warren Farrell is an American author, educator and activist who first came to prominence as a leader in the feminist movement throughout the 70's, 80's and 90's. In this interview, Warren proposes the steps that a Biden administration should take to reunify a United States that is currently facing significant levels of civil un…
 
As we approach Christmas, Professor John Lennox explains Christ’s birth and life as one of historical truth. Prof. John Lennox is a Professor of Mathematics at Oxford University and an internationally renowned speaker and author of numerous books on the interface of science, philosophy and religion.Di John Anderson
 
In this interview, John, James and Helen discuss the danger posed by the postmodernist movement to liberal freedoms, the rise of 'wokeness', identity politics and cultural Marxism. James Lindsay is an American author, mathematician and political commentator, holding degrees in physics and a PhD in mathematics from the University of Tennessee. He is…
 
John's guest is Peter Robinson, is a television host, political commentator and Murdoch Distinguished Policy Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, California, where he writes about business and politics, edits Hoover's quarterly journal, the Hoover Digest, and hosts the institute's podcast Uncommon Knowledge. He was a speechwrite…
 
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