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Victor Davis Hanson has a conversation with Tom about some of his favourite music: Bob Dylan - Knockin' on Heaven’s Door, Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris - All the Roadrunning, Nick Cave - The Rider Song, Kristoffer Fogelmark - Love Was My Alibi and Hans Zimmer - You’re So Cool. He also discusses his book, The Case For Trump, and why he thinks thing…
 
On this 65th and final episode (with assurances to all that VDH will be offering his wisdom on other podcast venues in the very near future), Victor discusses bureaucrats and their mask permutations, the GOP’s likely impossible search for another Shane, the racist benchmarks of the BLM-Woke Axis, and the limits of how much “ruin” America can sustai…
 
Victor Davis Hanson explains how today’s campus radicalism is different to that of the 1960s, analyzes the factor that led to higher education’s decline, and provides a blueprint for what a more enlightened university might look like. Sponsored by Kitty Poo Club, Policygenius Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricoch…
 
Imogen Heap has a conversation with Tom about how she learnt to play music, the making of "Hide and Seek", her creation of the "world's most advanced wearable musical instrument" in Mi.Mu gloves, being early to recognise blockchain technology's potential for the music industry and the motivation behind recently selling her first NFT. This episode i…
 
Eric Roberts is one of few actors in history to have more than 600 credits in film and television. He received his first Golden Globe nomination for his star turn in King of the Gypsies in 1978 and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Runaway Train in 1985. More recently he has appeared in the likes of The Dark Knight an…
 
Elliott Murphy tells Tom stories from his incredible life in music through a discussion of five of his favourite albums: Blonde on Blonde - Bob Dylan, Loaded - The Velvet Underground, Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen, The Stranger - Billy Joel and Court and Spark - Joni Mitchell. Elliott's memoir, Just A Story From America, is out now. This episode …
 
Rabbi Sergio Bergman has a conversation with Tom about his extraordinary life: growing up in a family of Polish Holocaust survivors who found refuge in Argentina and becoming the country's one and only Reform Rabbi. He discusses the effect the 1994 bombing of Buenos Aires’ AMIA Jewish Community Center had on him and why he decided to become a polit…
 
Roberta Sparta talks to Tom about why so many people have left Los Angeles during the pandemic and what brought her to the City of Angels in the first place. She discusses her approach to auditioning, filming a top secret project for Disney and starting her Sparta Yoga channel. She also chats about some of her favourite music, by Gato + The Palenke…
 
Ricky McKinnie of The Blind Boys of Alabama has a conversation with Tom about his extraordinary life. He describes how he took up the drums and singing, found success with the Gospel Keynotes and his own group, the Ricky McKinnie Singers, before joining The Blind Boys, who had first formed way back in 1939. He reveals how his faith enabled him to p…
 
Magid Magid talks to Tom about the role of music in his life, how he got into politics and became the the youngest ever Lord Mayor of Sheffield, why he joined the Green Party and would resist switching over to Labour, and why Boris Johnson is "a clown". This episode is brought to you by Modal Electronics, who make beautiful, innovative and powerful…
 
Professor Gad Saad talks to Tom about his favourite music, including how he established a friendship with the lead singer of The Stylistics. He also discusses his latest book, The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense, and why he considers the increasing prevalence of post-modernist thinking to be dangerous. This episode is …
 
John Schneider has a discussion with Tom about his success in country music, how he separated his singing from acting in The Dukes of Hazzard, how he came to record the most successful Elvis Presley cover of all time and why he is not a fan of President Joe Biden. This episode is brought to you by Modal Electronics, who make beautiful, innovative a…
 
Elia Berthoud has a conversation with Tom about his new collaboration with Vassy, his love of Nicki Minaj, Grimes, Pusha T, Bon Iver and James Vincent McMorrow, and his approach to fitness and nutrition as a model. This episode is brought to you by Modal Electronics, who make beautiful, innovative and powerful synthesisers. You can enjoy vibrant wa…
 
Amidst woke ideology’s takeover of elite institutions, a hopeful sign is emerging: a counterrevolutionary backlash amongst the American people. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/the-classicist/the-woke-breaking-point/. Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve…
 
The legendary entrepreneur, Theo Paphitis, has a conversation with Tom about his favourite music, the prospect for economic recovery post Covid-19, what he makes of Boris Johnson and the Tory sleaze scandal engulfing him and his words of advice for those who want to follow in the footsteps of his remarkable success in the business world. This episo…
 
Peter Singer is an Australian moral philosopher and the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University. He has a discussion with Tom about his favourite music, the pros and cons of social media, why he felt compelled to set up the Journal of Controversial Ideas at journalofcontroversialideas.org, what he makes of Richard Dawkins' rece…
 
Danny Zelisko joins Tom to discuss his new book, ALL EXCE$$: OCCUPATION: Concert Promoter, which tells his remarkable story in putting on over 10,000 gigs for the likes of Eric Clapton, AC/DC, Alice Cooper and many more. One of the great rock n' roll promotors, Danny reveals what's behind his success in putting together so many live music events. D…
 
Arabian Prince has a discussion with Tom about his love for The Last Poets, Kraftwerk, Parliament Funkadelic and Prince, what drew him to making his own music and whether his depiction in the N.W.A. movie annoys him. This episode is brought to you by Modal Electronics, who make beautiful, innovative and powerful synthesisers. You can enjoy vibrant …
 
Tommy Brown joins Tom via Zoom from Los Angeles to discuss his rise from making beats in his bedroom to being the #1 songwriter and producer on the Billboard charts. In particular, he discusses his long collaboration with Ariana Grande that has culminated in his producing the entirety of her recent "Positions" album. This episode is brought to you …
 
Ken Casey has a conversation with Tom about the new Dropkick Murphys album, Turn Up That Dial, which is out on April 30th. Ken also talks about having to give up playing bass and the band being one of the first to livestream a concert when the coronavirus pandemic hit. This episode is brought to you by Modal Electronics, who make beautiful, innovat…
 
Victor Davis Hanson analyzes the decay of America institutions — from politics and education to the military and law enforcement — and asks “at one point does America hit it’s breaking point” Sponsored by Spectator US, Stamps.com Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/the-classicist/how-much-more-can…
 
Victor discusses the Joe Biden who never was, the political uses of the death of Officer Sicknick, Biden’s determination to upset the peace Trump handed him, Maxine Waters’s riot-mongering, the declining role of religion in America, the stale immigration dreams of George W. Bush, and the highs and lows of General Douglas MacArthur. Show Notes: VDH:…
 
The iconic American actor, Kevin Bacon, joins Tom to discuss 10 of his favourite songs of all time: Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness, Stevie Wonder - Big Brother, The Rolling Stones - Start Me Up, Blind Faith - Can’t find My Way Home, Joni Mitchell - The Gallery, Earth, Wind & Fire - Shining Star, Tom Petty - Breakdown, Bruce Springsteen - Ro…
 
Gary Kemp joins Tom over Zoom to discuss his upcoming second album, In Solo, which is out on June 18th. He also talks about five of his favourite LPs: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars - David Bowie, A Saucerful of Secrets - Pink Floyd, Abbey Road - The Beatles, Performance Rockin’ the Fillmore - Humble Pie and Liege & L…
 
SG Lewis has a discussion with Tom about his first studio album, Times, and collaborating with Nile Rodgers, Channel Tres and Robyn. He describes what drew him to producing his own music and what took him from making beats in his bedroom to playing Coachella in just a few short years. He also reveals his favourite five albums of all time. This epis…
 
Rachel Bilson talks to Tom about her new podcast, Welcome to The OC, Bitches! She discusses why Season 1 & 2 of the show were the strongest, how well she got on with co-stars such as Mischa Barton and Adam Brody, and the role the show played in introducing indie bands like The Killers into mainstream pop culture. Rachel also talks to Tom about her …
 
Victor Davis Hanson examines how ’The Great Awokening’ has morphed from a boutique obsession into a society-wide attack on meritocracy … and considers whether that is setting the state for a brutal backlash. Sponsored by Honey, Policygenius Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/the-classicist/will-t…
 
Victor discusses the rationale behind the elites’ wokeness, the cannibalism of revolutions, how race trumps all, the MSM’s preference for the noble lie, and the value of the American iconoclast. This episode is sponsored by Shraga Kawior. Show Notes: VDH: Wealthy and Woke VDH: Can the Great ‘Awokening’ Succeed? VDH: Eeyore’s Cabinet: Noble Lies? VD…
 
Christian and Hannah of Grouplove join Tom to tell the amazing story behind their group and their new album, This Is This. They recall meeting and falling in love, Hannah being completely new to making music before forming the multi-million streaming band and being signed after a packed gig at a Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles. They also explain …
 
Biig Piig has conversation with Tom about being drawn to music as a unique means of fully being able to express herself, the genesis of her career and success, and some of her favourite music by other artists. Her forthcoming single, "Lavender", is out on Friday and her upcoming extended play will be released on May 21st. This episode is brought to…
 
Tinea Taylor has a conversation with Tom about her amazing rise as a broadcaster on UK radio, culminating in her current role presenting the Kiss FM Hype Chart. She also chats about five of her favourite artists: Lauryn Hill, Kaytranada, Cleo Sol, Beres Hammond and Rema. The podcast finishes with a discussion of women's safety in the aftermath of S…
 
Alex Gibb is an entrepreneur and the co-founder of Tinggly, who are on a mission to change the culture of gifting by encouraging everyone to give experiences rather than material things. Their team has handpicked the world’s best travel, adventure, culture, dining and more, bringing it all together in one place. He has a conversation with Tom about…
 
Saint Raymond joins Tom to discuss what got him into music, his first gigging experiences, making his first LP in Los Angeles, his upcoming album, We Forgot We Were Dreaming, and five of his favourite songs: Oasis - Slide Away, Bon iver - Holocene, Kooks - Naive, Sigur Rós - Hoppipolla and Frightened Rabbit - Swim Until You Can’t See Land. This epi…
 
In a wide-ranging conversation that covers voting rights, COVID, Immigration, foreign policy, and debt, Victor Davis Hanson looks at the perilous consequences of the Biden Administration. Sponsored by Spectator US, Helix Sleep Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/the-classicist/failures-at-home-dan…
 
Hardy Caprio has a conversation with Tom about how he got into rapping, how he balanced studying with music as his career was beginning to take off, the use of both witty catchphrases and more poetic writing, the process behind his often glamorous music videos and who he considers to have made the Greatest Music of All Time. This episode is brought…
 
Tyler from The Midnight has a conversation with Tom about learning the guitar, their fanbase forming organically, their latest album, Monsters, their new EP, Horrow Show, and why he disagrees with Jeff Slate's controversial NBC op-ed, in which he claims Paul Simon will be a "footnote" to Bob Dylan in music history. This episode is brought to you by…
 
Victor takes on Joe Biden, golden-goose-strangler; the radical new rules imposed on post-America; COVID realities in the face of expert lockdown-love; Delta, Major League Baseball, and other big business virtue-signalers accommodating the Woke Police (while deal-making with Red China’s oppressors); and Young Victor meets Martin Luther King Jr. in 1…
 
Victor Davis Hanson examines the dramatic change in elite racial attitudes in recent years and issues a stern warning: there’s never been a bigger threat to America’s ability to hold together as a successful multiethnic society. Sponsored by Gabi Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/the-classicist/…
 
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