Happy Thanksgiving to all our American listeners! An Israeli Steyn Clubber writes:
Mark, I am just checking to see if you are posting your annual Thanksgiving show this week. I have told people how amazing it is and they await.
That's very kind of you, Israel. We wouldn't dream of not doing the annual Thanksgiving Day broadcast of The Mark Steyn Show. This year we're re-airing the 2020 edition, when various American governors, mayors and public health officials forbade the traditional celebrations. Mark suspects that governments are getting ready to do something like that all over again, but don't worry, after a brief reprise of his turkey-in-lockdown remarks, we're on to some personal Thanksgiving reminiscences and all the show's regular features retooled for the holiday, including his Poem of the Week, and what's now a Hundred-and-Three Years Ago Show. By popular demand, we're also reprising Steyn's grand celebration of the great American family tree descending from that first Thanksgiving over four centuries ago.
We think Mr Pickholtz's friends will agree that Mark covers many aspects of this most American of holidays. Click above to listen.
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