Sing-a-long to the latest from Dominic Frisby, featuring friends from Comedy Unleashed. Say it loud, gammon & proud!
There’s an arresting array of topics in tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD as we discuss:
Joining host MARK LITTLEWOOD will be The Spectator’s KATE ANDREWS; STEVE BAKER MP, the Conservative member for Wycombe; Columnist and comedian DOMINIC FRISBY and CALVIN ROBINSON, Senior Fellow at Policy Exchange.
Join us for 60 minutes of free-rolling discussion and debate – LIVE – TONIGHT at 6PM – here or on YouTube.
In tonight’s LIVE with LITTLEWOOD:
Join the show that brings you free-flowing discussion on the issues that matter with host MARK LITTLEWOOD and guests BEN BRADLEY, the Conservative MP for Mansfield; The Sunday Telegraph’s JANET DALEY; The Telegraph’s OLIVIA UTLEY and Comedian and MoneyWeek columnist DOMINIC FRISBY.
They’ll also be joined by JON CALDARA of Colorado’s Independence Institute; JONATHON KITSON, a fellow at the Adam Smith Institute; JAMES PRICE, President of the Oxford Union, and DUNCAN SIMPSON of the Taxpayers’ Alliance.
Be sure to join in the debate, LIVE – TONIGHT at 6PM – here or on YouTube.
We’ll send a signed copy of Dominic Frisby’s newly released paperback Daylight Robbery: How Tax Shaped Our Past and Will Change Our Future to the winner of this weeks caption contest. A great stocking filler!
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Nigel says “Dominic Frisby is a rarity in comedy these days — he openly supports the Brexit cause, and he’s actually funny.”
They discuss some of his classic videos and talk about Frisby’s new book.
Join host Mark Littlewood and a stellar cast of journalists, commentators and think tankers – including Isabel Oakeshott, Freddy Gray of the Spectator USA, the Telegraph’s Madeline Grant and Peter Whittle of the New Culture Forum – as they discuss all this and more.
Also joining LIVE WITH LITTLEWOOD will be Sam Bowman of the International Center for Law and Economics, author and comedian Dominic Frisby, the Cato Institute’s Johan Norberg – plus the IEA’s Emma Revell and Christopher Snowdon.
JOIN IN THE DEBATE LIVE at 6pm – here or on YouTube.