Welcome to the Independence Day edition of The Mark Steyn Show. We have a special weekend programme which we hope partially compensates for the assaults elsewhere on patriotic spirit. Mark has a brand new Fourth of July installment of The Hundred Years Ago Show with a snapshot of the national holiday of 1922, including a president returning home and the faraway house where America was named. That's followed by some favorite Fourths through the years, as seen through Steyn's Poem of the Week, Song of the Week and Last Call - from Adams and Jefferson to Stephen Foster and the Andrews Sisters, signers and no-signers, cannons and carousing, and the highs and lows of Independence Day in small-town New Hampshire. Click above to listen.
Mark will be back on the airwaves for the audio edition of Steyn's Song of the Week on Serenade Radio Sunday at 5.30pm London time - that's 12.30pm North American Eastern. He'll be back on TV for a full hour of news and commentary on The Mark Steyn Show every night this week starting on Monday at 8pm BST/3pm Eastern.
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