Common Sense with Dan Carlin
Shades of Grey  Dan is finding is hard to operate in a Black and White, Good and Evil cultural environment where everyone is outraged all the time about everything and where Americans hate each other. Where's the Common Sense?

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History
Blueprint for Armageddon  The planet hadn't seen a major war between all the Great Powers since the downfall of Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815. But 99 years later the dam breaks and a Pandora's Box of violence engulfs the planet.

The Tim Ferriss  Show
Josh Waitzkin Returns  Josh was the basis for the book and movie Searching for Bobby Fischer. Considered a chess prodigy, he has perfected learning strategies that can be applied to anything.

Live from the New York Public Library
Mike Tyson in Conversation with Paul Holdengräber  Boxing champion, Broadway headliner, felon—Mike Tyson has defied expectations and conventional wisdom during his three decades in the public eye. Tyson, the one-time heavyweight champion of the world and a legend both in and out of the ring, joins LIVE for a conversation about his tumultuous life in the same straightforward and sincere tone seen in his new memoir, Undisputed Truth.

Intelligence Squared 
Naomi Klein on Donald Trump and the New Shock Politics In this wide-ranging discussion, Klein sets out her view of Trump as the ultimate megabrand. To her, Trump’s presidency is not an aberration – it’s the culmination of recent political trends and amounts to nothing less than a giant corporate takeover of America.

Karl Ove Knausgaard: The Alchemist of the Ordinary  Novelists worship him. Critics fall over themselves to explain his genius. His celebrity fans say his books are like drugs. 'I just read 200 pages and I need the next volume like crack. It's completely blown my mind,' Zadie Smith tweeted. What they're all raving about is Karl Ove Knausgaard's bestselling series of six autobiographical novels, 'My Struggle' ...

Roberto Saviano on the War Against Organised Crime  Roberto Saviano made a rare appearance in the UK in July 2015 when he came to the Intelligence Squared stage. In conversation with Intelligence Squared's very own Robert Collins, Saviano talked about his life in hiding and his beginnings as a reporter on the streets of Naples. He revealed his latest work of investigative reporting, 'Zero Zero Zero', in which he delves into the sprawling network of the global cocaine trade. He traced how the $400 billion a year generated by drugs trafficking filters into the international banking system through money laundering from Wall Street to the City of London. The cocaine trade isn’t just a playground for criminals, Saviano argued.

Emily Witt “I think I had always thought that—maybe this is coming from a WASPy, protestant background—if I presented myself as overtly sexual in any way, it would be a huge turnoff. That they would see me as a certain type of person. They wouldn’t have respect for me. And I thought this both professionally—I thought maybe writing this book was going to be really bad for my career, that nobody would take me seriously anymore—and also that nobody would want to date me if I was too honest. In both counts the opposite happened.”

Under the Skin with Russell Brand
Yanis Varoufakis  In a fascinating interview I discuss with Yanis what happens when you take on the political, financial and media elite, and how radical reform can occur. Through accounts of his confrontations with the IMF, European institutions and the German government we examine where true power lies and how it is wielded.



Gilbert Gottfried (esp godfather guy and dick van dyke)