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Matt McDonald and Ben Domenech discuss whether the golden age of television is ending with the conclusion of Better Call Saul.
Analysis and haymakers on the week’s top stories from the editors of The Spectator’s world edition
Teresa Mull chats with Tim Benson about the weird and wonderful politics and culture of the Sunshine State.
Incoming staff writer Kara Kennedy discusses her October magazine piece about Meghan Markle’s failure to take Hollywood by storm with Kinsey Schofield, a royal commentator and host of the To Di For Daily podcast.
Oliver Wiseman, Ben Domenech and Patrick Ruffini discuss where things stand in the fight for control of Congress.
Ben Domenech is joined by Matt Purple and Matt McDonald to discuss the Queen’s legacy.
Teresa Mull talks to Rob Shavell, CEO of data privacy firm DeleteMe, about the consequences of a tech-saturated society and how to protect yourself and your children from online dangers.
Amber Athey is joined by Christopher Nadon, a professor at Claremont McKenna College, to discuss his experience with the Claremont McKenna administration following remarks he made in his class.
Matt McDonald, Ben Domenech, Billy McMorris and James Kirchick discuss the current state of comedy in the age of cancel culture.