00:00 | Trailer.
02:54 | Brian’s thoughts on the episode.
03:49 | Brian’s introduction.
04:16 | Why Douglas chose to follow writing The Strange Death of Europe with The Madness of Crowds.
07:55 | It is a time, for those of us who do not have wobbly hierarchies over us, to speak.
14:38 | Saint George the dragon slayer in retirement syndrome.
17:23 | Why he chose the four issues to focus on in the book.
21:24 | How and why tech companies and the media interpret the facts without most people realising.
30:49 | Are we ashamed of who we are or are we just bored?
32:53 | If public opinion is encouraged to swing wildly in one direction, when is the correction made?
42:04 | The weaponization of identity.
50:38 | Why the term, white, privileged male, bothers Douglas enormously.
1:00:17 | What Douglas thinks people need to do if they resonate with the points he raises in his book.
1:16:29 | We need to weigh up carefully some issues in the transgender group particularly involving children.
1:19:06 | What we should do about the dehumanising aspect of technological interaction.
1:20:16 | The counter revolution is underway and its really smart, they want to hear long form conversations.
1:28:30 | What we should do about the technology companies.
1:32:36 | How we approach the subject of forgiveness.
1:38:35 | How Douglas writes.
1:40:00 | What is his superpower.
1:44:24 | Christopher Hitchens and Roger Scruton were amongst those who influenced him.
1:47:25 | The best and worst days of his life.
1:50:43 | What scares him.
1:53:06 | What we would be surprised to learn about Douglas Murray.
1:54:56 | What keeps him awake at night.
1:55:29 | Is he hopeful of the future and the species.
1:55:36 | Advice to the 20 years old Douglas Murray.
1:56:52 | Success secrets.
1:57:50 | What he thinks of Boris Johnson.
1:59:48 | Will Douglas go into politics?
2:00:13 | Advice to the 20-year olds listening.
2:02:13 | Brian’s summing up.