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Podcasts from Spectator writers
There’s money to be made in spite of his anti-Semitism and contempt for big business
By Alexander Larman
The show is a comforting reminder of when the British royal family was unassailable
Shakespeare, after decades of being found to be Problematic, is now being reclaimed as the wokemeister-in-chief
The powerful hypocritically signal their virtue while everyone else laughs
Netflix’s new campus comedy-drama is a combination of liberal wish-fulfillment and bracing political incorrectness
Not a godlike millennial sage, but a talented author at the start of a promising career
His schtick is wearing thin
Nobody likes to be told that their favorite child is a pariah
Is it time for a tell-all for the best-seller?
Sleaze and scandal are no good for Prince Harry’s new brand
A visit to the Gladstone Library has the welcome effect of removing you from the worries and concerns of the world
Will Prince Andrew drag Prince Harry down?
Britain: please take James Corden back
The cult of Sally Rooney
Life on campus is so much worse than The Chair suggests
The smug self-satisfaction of the Met Gala
Could Prince Andrew tank the British royal family’s reputation?
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