The "niche Canadian" (thank you, The Guardian) returns with the Steyn Show all-stars - Leilani Dowding, Alexandra Marshall and Eva Vlaardingerbroek - to take the pulse of the planet. If you don't want to watch it on your telephone, you can watch it on your Smart TV with the whole family agog - and you can do both via the ADH TV app.
On today's show Mark kicks things off with his take on his latest Ofcom conviction - and then Eva, Leilani and Alexandra span the scene from climate-change abortions to transgender corpulence as a winning legal strategy.
All that plus Mark's Mailbox - and: Are gay mice a threat to walruses? Click above to view the full show.
~As Mark nearly mentioned on air, he has a new book out, The Prisoner of Windsor. If you're willing to pay list price, you can get a personally autographed copy over at the SteynOnline Bookstore.
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