A brand new podcast in which Amy Sheppard and Fleur Elizabeth interview some of the most interesting, controversial figures in the culture war. For, the FULL, UNCENSORED episodes, go to

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3 days ago

Amy and Fleur talk to Jo Bartosch, writer and Assistant Editor of The Critic. They talk prostitution, surrogacy, trans ideology and the commodification of women's bodies.
Surrogacy has become an increasingly common practice, and Jo highlights the dangers posed by its normalisation, and the economic interests driving them. Not to be missed.

Friday Jul 12, 2024

This week, Fleur and Amy sit down with Paul Staines, the man behind the massively influential Guido Fawkes blog. They discuss how political journalism has changed, the impact of Starmer's and whether is worth bothering to go to university to be a journalist. In the first podcast of the Labour government, they discuss the inner workings of the Conservative Party, the role of special advisers, and the future of political blogging under a Labour government.
Paul reflects on his experiences with notable figures in politics and media, shedding light on the ethical dilemmas and personal challenges that come with being a prominent voice in political commentary.
And finally, is it important to make mistakes when you're young? Listen to find out.

Saturday Jun 29, 2024

Amy and Fleur talk to the young right wing influencer Luca Watson about how the tradional right wing parties offer nothing for the young now, but the young have not given up on the right. Along the way they talk Trump, Farage, Immigration and the brave new world of Anglo-Futurism.
A bright new talent - not to be missed.

Friday Jun 21, 2024

Fleur and Amy recap the weeks events, including the Fleur's recent turn at a Cambridge May Ball, awkward (political) celebrity encounters and Amy's recent television acting debut.

Friday Jun 07, 2024

Fleur and Amy speak to the co-founder of the Together Declaration, Alan Miller, shares his journey from organising underground raves to spearheading a nationwide movement against vaccine mandates and lockdowns. Reflecting on the erosion of fundamental freedoms during the pandemic, Alan discusses the importance of upholding democratic principles, and how to foster an engaged public that can hold elected representatives accountable and shape the nation's future.
Additionally, Alan discusses the need for a national dialogue on food policy, regenerative farming, and promoting healthy lifestyles to address issues like obesity and chronic diseases. Here him calls for a revitalised sense of civic engagement, encouraging listeners to get involved in local initiatives and participate in the democratic process.

Friday May 31, 2024

This episode features a lively discussion with freelance journalist Charlotte Gill about issues in higher education, the arts, media bias, and more. Charlotte shares her experiences navigating free speech constraints while working for outlets like GB News. She also dives deep into the troubling funding allocated for questionable research projects, like studies on "pregnant men" and "the world's premier autistic drag queen."
The conversation touches on concerns over the rising acceptance of sex work among struggling university students, the phenomenon of woke echo chambers across institutions, and the challenges of being an investigative journalist in today's climate. Fleur also discusses her viral tweet about a controversial arts production aimed at children involving nudity and simulated sex acts, which led to Arts Council England defunding the theatre company behind it.
Other topics include the broader societal impacts of pornography, the inclusion of identity politics across arts funding criteria, and Charlotte's musings on writing fiction versus non-fiction books

Friday May 24, 2024

In this thought-provoking episode, Amy and Fleur sit down with Younes Sadaghiani, or @Younessrocks, a political influencer and former teacher originally from Iran. Younes shares his unique perspective on the impact of Islam on Iranian society, why the Left loves Islam, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and his admiration for former US President Donald Trump.

Friday May 17, 2024

Fleur and Amy sit down with Reem Ibrahim, a libertarian firebrand known for her vocal criticism of the NHS. With her sharp wit and unwavering convictions, Reem delves into the intricacies of her political philosophy, offering a thought-provoking perspective on individual liberty, the role of government, and the importance of free speech. From her journey towards libertarianism to her views on cultural conservatism and the housing crisis, this conversation is a must-listen for anyone seeking a nuanced exploration of contemporary political culture.
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Friday May 10, 2024

In this thought-provoking episode, activist and commentator Lois McLatchie Miller joins Fleur and Amy to discuss the ongoing cultural battles surrounding abortion rights, women's roles, and the intersection of faith and public discourse.
Drawing from her experiences advocating for life and religious freedom, Lois offers insightful perspectives on the upcoming UK vote on abortion amendments, the importance of upholding both women's and children's rights, and the need for a more nuanced understanding of womanhood beyond the "girl boss" narrative.
With candid reflections on navigating controversial topics in the media and her work with ADF International, this conversation is a must-watch for anyone interested in these vital issues.
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Friday May 03, 2024

Amy and Fleur talk to writer, commentator and photographer to Laura Dodsworth about her journey from photographing 100 vaginas to documenting the madness of the last four years. Along the way, they talk about the sexism afflicting Sound women in the media, why it's good to be patriotic, the scourge of taking one's own life, and the dangers of being stuck in the fear vortex. For the FULL, UNCENSORED podcast, subscribe now at


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