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Ben Domenech talks to Wall Street Journal film critic Kyle Smith about the best movies and television shows of 2022.
Kara Kennedy is joined by Julie Burchill and Christopher Bedford to discuss the Christmas season and how to throw a memorable Christmas party.
Amber Athey is joined by guest Thomas J. Baker, who served as a special agent for the FBI for over 30 years, to discuss his new book The Fall of the FBI: How a Once Great Agency Became a Threat to Democracy.
Matt McDonald is joined by Siraj Hashmi, co-host of the Habibi Bros. podcast, to discuss the controversies surrounding the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
Amber Athey is joined by author Mark Judge to discuss his new book about his experience dealing with the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Teresa Mull speaks to Joel Kolander of the Rock Island Auction Company about the dramatic rise in alternative investments during the present recession
Matt McDonald, Ben Domenech and Amber Athey discuss the results of the 2022 midterms.
Amber Athey is The Spectator’s Washington editor and the host of Unfit to Print on WCBM. She is the author of the upcoming book The Snowflakes' Revolt: How Woke Millennials Hijacked American Media. Amber was previously White House correspondent for the Daily Caller and a co-host of O’Connor & Company on WMAL.
Matt Purple is the online editor of The Spectator’s World edition.
Matt McDonald is the US managing editor of The Spectator. He is based in the Washington, DC area.
Oliver Wiseman is deputy editor of The Spectator World and author of the DC Diary. He is a 2021-22 Robert Novak Journalism Fellow.
Teresa Mull is an assistant editor at The Spectator World.
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