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Confessions with Giles Fraser - UnHerd

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Confessions with Giles Fraser - UnHerd
Confessions with Giles Fraser - UnHerd

Confessions with Giles Fraser - UnHerd

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UnHerd columnist Giles Fraser talks to distinguished guests about how their beliefs shape who they are.

Latest Episodes

Yoram Hazony's Confessions – Nationalism, Imperialism, and Israel

In a special episode recorded in Jerusalem, Israeli philosopher Yoram Hazony tells Giles about the time he almost quit working for Benjamin Netanyahu, why the English are most parallel to Israelis and what he is most theologically afraid of.

56 MINSEP 30
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Yoram Hazony's Confessions – Nationalism, Imperialism, and Israel

Elif Shafak's Confessions – Populism, polarities and post-truth fiction

Giles chats to Turkish author Elif Shafak, whose latest novel is shortlisted for the Booker Prize, about being a citizen of the world, the dangers of populism and why fiction is more important now than ever.

54 MINSEP 16
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Elif Shafak's Confessions – Populism, polarities and post-truth fiction

Alan Johnson's Confessions - London, Labour and leadership

Giles chats to Alan Johnson, former Labour MP and Shadow Chancellor about growing up, being a postman and Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party.

55 MINSEP 9
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Alan Johnson's Confessions - London, Labour and leadership

Jesse Norman’s Confessions – Capitalism, Conservatism and proroguing parliament

Giles chats to Jesse Norman MP about the compatibility of conservativism and capitalism, what we get wrong about Adam Smith and if the proroguing of parliament really is a coup.

39 MINSEP 2
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Jesse Norman’s Confessions – Capitalism, Conservatism and proroguing parliament

Larry Siedentop's Confessions – Liberalism, localism and populism

Giles talks with Sir Larry Siedentop, Oxford philosopher and author of 'Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism', about being taught by Isaiah Berlin, how Brexit is going to federalise the UK and why liberalism isn't dead yet.

48 MINAUG 26
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Larry Siedentop's Confessions – Liberalism, localism and populism

Julia Hartley-Brewer's Confessions – Brexit, burqas and bad parenting

Giles talks to broadcaster and journalist Julia Hartley-Brewer about being an atheist, working in a nightclub at 14 and why she doesn't agree with Margaret Thatcher.

58 MINAUG 19
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Julia Hartley-Brewer's Confessions – Brexit, burqas and bad parenting

Kate Hoey's Confessions – Labour, Leave.EU and life after Parliament

Giles talks to Labour MP for Vauxhall and long-standing Brexiteer, Kate Hoey, about the future of the Labour Party, meeting Nigel Farage on a boat and her plans for retirement.

53 MINAUG 12
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Kate Hoey's Confessions – Labour, Leave.EU and life after Parliament

Reverend Richard Coles's Confessions – Punk, pop and priesthood

Giles chats with former member of 80s pop band The Communards turned Vicar Richard Coles about finding faith, facing the black dog and being a curate in the highest voting Leave constituency.

52 MINAUG 5
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Reverend Richard Coles's Confessions – Punk, pop and priesthood

Simon Heffer's Confessions – Boris Johnson, the Brexit Party and the Battle of the Somme

Giles talks to journalist and historian Simon Heffer about inventing the 'Essex man', why he voted for the Brexit Party and what it's like to work with Boris Johnson.

54 MINJUL 29
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Simon Heffer's Confessions – Boris Johnson, the Brexit Party and the Battle of the Somme

Katharine Birbalsingh's Confessions – Discipline, diversity and the danger of mobile phones

Giles chats to the education reformer and headteacher dubbed "Britain's strictest headmistress", Katharine Birbalsingh, about knife crime, bad education, and why ethnic minorities should be swing voters.

55 MINJUL 22
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Katharine Birbalsingh's Confessions – Discipline, diversity and the danger of mobile phones

Latest Episodes

Yoram Hazony's Confessions – Nationalism, Imperialism, and Israel

In a special episode recorded in Jerusalem, Israeli philosopher Yoram Hazony tells Giles about the time he almost quit working for Benjamin Netanyahu, why the English are most parallel to Israelis and what he is most theologically afraid of.

56 MINSEP 30
Comments
Yoram Hazony's Confessions – Nationalism, Imperialism, and Israel

Elif Shafak's Confessions – Populism, polarities and post-truth fiction

Giles chats to Turkish author Elif Shafak, whose latest novel is shortlisted for the Booker Prize, about being a citizen of the world, the dangers of populism and why fiction is more important now than ever.

54 MINSEP 16
Comments
Elif Shafak's Confessions – Populism, polarities and post-truth fiction

Alan Johnson's Confessions - London, Labour and leadership

Giles chats to Alan Johnson, former Labour MP and Shadow Chancellor about growing up, being a postman and Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party.

55 MINSEP 9
Comments
Alan Johnson's Confessions - London, Labour and leadership

Jesse Norman’s Confessions – Capitalism, Conservatism and proroguing parliament

Giles chats to Jesse Norman MP about the compatibility of conservativism and capitalism, what we get wrong about Adam Smith and if the proroguing of parliament really is a coup.

39 MINSEP 2
Comments
Jesse Norman’s Confessions – Capitalism, Conservatism and proroguing parliament

Larry Siedentop's Confessions – Liberalism, localism and populism

Giles talks with Sir Larry Siedentop, Oxford philosopher and author of 'Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism', about being taught by Isaiah Berlin, how Brexit is going to federalise the UK and why liberalism isn't dead yet.

48 MINAUG 26
Comments
Larry Siedentop's Confessions – Liberalism, localism and populism

Julia Hartley-Brewer's Confessions – Brexit, burqas and bad parenting

Giles talks to broadcaster and journalist Julia Hartley-Brewer about being an atheist, working in a nightclub at 14 and why she doesn't agree with Margaret Thatcher.

58 MINAUG 19
Comments
Julia Hartley-Brewer's Confessions – Brexit, burqas and bad parenting

Kate Hoey's Confessions – Labour, Leave.EU and life after Parliament

Giles talks to Labour MP for Vauxhall and long-standing Brexiteer, Kate Hoey, about the future of the Labour Party, meeting Nigel Farage on a boat and her plans for retirement.

53 MINAUG 12
Comments
Kate Hoey's Confessions – Labour, Leave.EU and life after Parliament

Reverend Richard Coles's Confessions – Punk, pop and priesthood

Giles chats with former member of 80s pop band The Communards turned Vicar Richard Coles about finding faith, facing the black dog and being a curate in the highest voting Leave constituency.

52 MINAUG 5
Comments
Reverend Richard Coles's Confessions – Punk, pop and priesthood

Simon Heffer's Confessions – Boris Johnson, the Brexit Party and the Battle of the Somme

Giles talks to journalist and historian Simon Heffer about inventing the 'Essex man', why he voted for the Brexit Party and what it's like to work with Boris Johnson.

54 MINJUL 29
Comments
Simon Heffer's Confessions – Boris Johnson, the Brexit Party and the Battle of the Somme

Katharine Birbalsingh's Confessions – Discipline, diversity and the danger of mobile phones

Giles chats to the education reformer and headteacher dubbed "Britain's strictest headmistress", Katharine Birbalsingh, about knife crime, bad education, and why ethnic minorities should be swing voters.

55 MINJUL 22
Comments
Katharine Birbalsingh's Confessions – Discipline, diversity and the danger of mobile phones
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