Podcast

All of the podcasts from The Critic: our weekly podcast, The Critic Narrated, The Critic Books Podcast, and Black's History Week

Graham Stewart talks to Prof Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president has been exercised since the end of the Cold War

The Critic’s political and US editors discuss the aftermath of the election with Republican strategist Luke Thompson and conservative journalist Matthew Continetti

How has political reporting changed in the last twenty years, and is it all for the worse?

Graham Stewart talks to Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president has been exercised since the Second World War.

Will Covid lead to a rebalancing of the British economy or will normal service resume? Graham Stewart discusses with John Mills

The Critic’s political and US editors discuss last night’s debate with Chris Buskirk, editor of American Greatness

Graham Stewart talks to Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president was exercised in the first half of the twentieth century, from Teddy Roosevelt to FDR

How much worse will the historic conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh get?

Conservative parties may be good at winning elections but have they lost the argument?

The American Civil War and the expansion of executive power