The Mark Steyn Show can now be seen every Friday on GB News. Topics on today's show ranged from a brand new record-smashing number of "refugees" on the English coast to Rotherham and the national shame of Britain's abused and tortured girls - plus Kathy Gyngell, useless coppers, full-breasted ensigns, and a special appearance by Mark's old boss Conrad Black surveying the global scene.
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If you're one of the many who prefer Steyn in non-visual formats, there's always his Veterans Day/Remembrance Day special and, later this evening, a new episode of our current Tale for Our Time - Agatha Christie's first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles.
Linda Harbertson, a Virginia Steyn Clubber, writes:
Thank you for reading an Agatha Christie story, one of my favorites. How about Dorothy Sayers' The Nine Tailors for a sequel? Elizabeth Gaskell wrote North and South and many other novels. We very much enjoy your readings and tune in to them daily.
GB news is interesting but preferred your commentary on questions from your subscribers.
We miss that and look forward to its return.
Clubland Q&A has only missed a fortnight, Linda, due to a couple of scheduling clashes. But it will return next week in its full glory.