Hitchens on The Hugh Hewitt Show

July 14, 2010

Transcript of Hugh Hewitt's interview with CH on July 8. Aired July 13, 2010. HH: Special edition of the Hugh Hewitt Show, which I am going to spend entirely with Christopher Hitchens, Vanity Fair columnist, author of the bestseller, God Is Not Great, and a new extraordinary memoir, Hitch-22. And Christopher Hitchens, welcome back, it’s great to talk with you. CH: Very nice of you to have me. HH: Now Christopher, since we last spoke, your illness you disclosed on the web, and people will want to know off the bat how you are doing, and how your treatment is going. Full interview here.

9 comments:

FGFM said...

CH: And Bellow, in fact, didn’t mind so much, and Bellow’s an old street fighter.

As long as the street is on the University of Chicago campus, I guess. The guy was hardly Alinsky or even Algren.

Xenophrenia said...

I don't suppose anyone recorded the broadcast? Just wondering ...

Heywood Jeblome said...

It'll probably show up hear sometime;

http://townhall.com/talkradio/

adey said...

Christ, his talk of loosing clumps of that foppish mane in the shower made the proximity of the situation, feel very close.

Xenophrenia said...

@Heywood Jeblome - thanks.

Anonymous said...

Listen here at 1.45...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yx9edsVNVNk

did he already wonder that something was wrong? or just cooincidence, maybe.

Heywood Jerblome said...

did he already wonder that something was wrong? or just cooincidence, maybe.

Coincidence. He must have talked about a hundred different ways in which someone could die at some point or another. That recording was from around 3 years ago, there's no way he could have felt it then.

manlaughing said...

Great interview. Hewitt is a conservative Christian, and I love that he'd interview Hitch for three hours on his show.

Anonymous said...

Peter Hitchens talks about the house that he and brother Christopher grew up in:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00t1v72

 
 
 

Christopher reads from Hitch-22: A Memoir