The Non-Man's Tale

The "niche Canadian" (thank you, The Guardian) returns with the Steyn Show's midweek all-stars - Alexandra Marshall, Dominique Samuels 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 the erasure of women and a murderous incident of no broader significance and ties them to his lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom. (If you're interested in reading Steyn's Statement of Claim, as filed by Gavin Millar KC, you can find that here.)

Next up the ladies have their say on an array of topics from mass migration to digital currency, electric vehicles to the entitlement of the political class.

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