On Tuesday night Mark sat in for Tucker Carlson for an hour of prime-time debate and analysis. Joe Lapointe found it stressful viewing:
Steyn—frequently a Rush Limbaugh radio sub—is a curious creature to behold on television. Like his Fox colleague Sebastian Gorka, Steyn is a hairy-faced man who talks funny and isn't from around here. (Perhaps we should demand their long-form birth certificates).
When listening to a guest on TV, Steyn tilts his head noticeably to the left or right as if a bolt popped out of the back of his neck.
Herewith a few bolt-popping moments. First up was a veritable cornucopia of Democrat sex scandals. Click below to watch:
Next Mark invited Hillary honcho Richard Goodstein to defend the...
This Tuesday morning I'll be starting the day with "Fox & Friends" at 8.30am Eastern. Later, I'll be guest-hosting "Tucker Carlson Tonight". Just ahead of that, I joined Tucker to talk about the sex-scandal dominoes falling from Hollywood to PBS, and the Democrats' sudden distancing of themselves from the Clintons - twenty years too late:
Programming note: In an hour or so, I'll be guest-hosting "Tucker Carlson Tonight" live on Fox News at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific - with a replay at midnight Eastern/9pm Pacific. Time for Part Five of my serialization of The Diamond as Big as the Ritz, first published in 1922 but truly a Tale for Our Time. Mark Steyn Club Founding Member Sol Cranfill enjoyed last night's performance: Great, spirited reading of this episode! Thank you, Sol. It's a satirical fantasy, so I felt it helped to dial it up a couple of notches. I'll be back to my usual dreary monotone for our next story. In tonight's episode, John gets a glimpse into the derangements of unlimited wealth: John was enchanted by the wonders of the chÃ¢teau and the valley. Braddock ...
Welcome to the latest of The Mark Steyn Club's Tales for Our Time, in which we serialize some classic fiction I've mentioned over the years. This new audio adventure is The Diamond as Big as the Ritz...
We're honored to present another live-performance edition of Mark's Song of the Week. Patsy Gallant has sung rock, jazz, disco, musical theatre, but she has a special connection with Piaf, whom she met when she was a child performer in Quebec:
We're delighted to present another live-performance edition of our Song of the Week. Mark invites Paul Sorvino to reveal the connection between a great American actor and one of the most beloved songs on the planet:
If you saw singer/pianist Carol Welsman do "As Time Goes By" as our Sunday song a few weeks back, you'll know that she can freshen up the most familiar standard. So we're thrilled to have Carol back live, accompanied by the Steyn house band: