In June, the skeptical doctor was interviewed by the British YouTube channel ONRECORD. The 50-minute interview deals almost exclusively with Dr. Dalrymple’s experience as a psychiatrist working in England, and includes many interesting anecdotes and insights.
This 20-minute interview with the good doctor in Sao Paulo from 2018 was recently uploaded to YouTube and is certainly worth a listen. Theodore Dalrymple has been surprisingly popular in Brazil, where many of his books have been translated into Portuguese.
Back in January, Dr. Dalrymple was interviewed on a Chicago radio station’s morning talk show about the questionable responses to the CCP pandemic by our political elites. The interview begins around minute seven.
On May 20, Theodore Dalrymple was a guest on the popular podcast of the well-known Canadian psychology professor and YouTube phenomenon, Jordan Peterson. The two-hour video has been viewed over 300,000 times in the five days since it was published on YouTube.
A big thank you goes out to Robert R. for bringing this exciting conversation to my attention.
The skeptical doctor was interviewed in April by Lou Perez on his podcast. A wide-range of topics are discussed, including crime, poverty, prison life, and New York City. It is great to see Dr. Dalrymple healthy, witty, and sharp as he regales the listener with his typical assortment of uniquely interesting anecdotes.
Theodore Dalrymple is interviewed about his 1995 book So Little Done by Marcelo Consentino, the translator of the recently published Portuguese language version for the Brazilian market. The interview, which took place in July, begins around the two-minute mark and is well worth a listen.
Below is an interesting conversation our favorite doctor had in May of this year with a member of the Cambridge University Conservative Association.
The Oldie‘s Ferdie Rous interviews our skeptical doctor covering many favorite topics including crime, poverty, addiction, moral and cultural decline, and his fondness for Wales.
Thank you to our reader David for bringing this to my attention.
This is an excellent and informal half-hour interview of the good doctor by an affable Brazilian journalist from the Sao Paulo-based Veja weekly news magazine.
The good doctor is interviewed over the phone by Andrew Heaton on his show Something’s Off with Andrew Heaton in April 2019. The discussion mainly focuses on topics raised in Theodore Dalrymple’s classic book, Life at the Bottom: The Worldview that Makes the Underclass. The interview begins around the six-minute mark and lasts almost 50 minutes.