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The Bolt Report, Thursday 19 November

The Bolt Report

The Bolt Report, Thursday 19 November

Findings from a four-year inquiry finds "credible information" Australian soldiers murdered innocent men, women and children during the conflict in Afghanistan. And Andrew Bolt shares a whisky with a mate who is very close to home.

Findings from a four-year inquiry finds "credible information" Australian soldiers murdered innocent men, women and children during the conflict in Afghanistan. And Andrew Bolt shares a whisky with a mate who is very close to home.

The Bolt Report, Wednesday 18 November

South Australia goes into lockdown after just two new infections. Plus, Beijing blames Canberra for our trade spat, over our stance on human rights issues.

South Australia goes into lockdown after just two new infections. Plus, Beijing blames Canberra for our trade spat, over our stance on human rights issues.

The Bolt Report, Tuesday 17 November

Labor leader Anthony Albanese attacks an anonymous dirt sheet apparently by Labor insiders claiming bullying by his staff. And the cancelling of celebrity chef Pete Evans.

Labor leader Anthony Albanese attacks an anonymous dirt sheet apparently by Labor insiders claiming bullying by his staff. And the cancelling of celebrity chef Pete Evans.

The Bolt Report, Monday 16 November

South Australia faces a second wave of coronavirus after a hotel quarantine breach. Plus, is the Labor party, once the party of workers, now the party of the privileged?

South Australia faces a second wave of coronavirus after a hotel quarantine breach. Plus, is the Labor party, once the party of workers, now the party of the privileged?

The Bolt Report, Thursday 12 November

Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham discuss new laws that go after people for what they say in the privacy of their own home. Plus, revelations the BBC conned Princess Diana into giving her most famous interview. 

Andrew Bolt and Mark Latham discuss new laws that go after people for what they say in the privacy of their own home. Plus, revelations the BBC conned Princess Diana into giving her most famous interview. 

The Bolt Report, Wednesday 11 November

The NSW Premier wants to remove what some say is a racist word in our national anthem. Plus, can Donald Trump really still win this election?

The NSW Premier wants to remove what some say is a racist word in our national anthem. Plus, can Donald Trump really still win this election?

The Bolt Report, Tuesday 10 November

The ABC accuses two Morrison Government ministers of having relationships with Liberal staffers. But whose business is this? Plus, Joel Fitzgibbon resigns in protest at Labor's global warming extremism.

The ABC accuses two Morrison Government ministers of having relationships with Liberal staffers. But whose business is this? Plus, Joel Fitzgibbon resigns in protest at Labor's global warming extremism.

The Bolt Report, Monday 9th November

Andrew Bolt is joined by Annelise Nielsen from Pennsylvania to discuss the political and social implications of the US election and speaks with Bella D'Abrera from the IPA about environmentalism entering the school system.

Andrew Bolt is joined by Annelise Nielsen from Pennsylvania to discuss the political and social implications of the US election and speaks with Bella D'Abrera from the IPA about environmentalism entering the school system.

The Bolt Report, Thursday 5 November

Andrew Bolt anchors a USA election special, jam packed with analysis from here and abroad. Will we get four more years of the most fascinating US President we've seen? Or will those who've bayed for his blood be vindicated?

Andrew Bolt anchors a USA election special, jam packed with analysis from here and abroad. Will we get four more years of the most fascinating US President we've seen? Or will those who've bayed for his blood be vindicated?

The Bolt Report, Wednesday 4 November

Andrew Bolt anchors a USA election special, jam packed with analysis from here and abroad. Will we get four more years of the most fascinating US President we've seen? Or will those who've bayed for his blood be vindicated?

Andrew Bolt anchors a USA election special, jam packed with analysis from here and abroad. Will we get four more years of the most fascinating US President we've seen? Or will those who've bayed for his blood be vindicated?

The Bolt Report, Tuesday 3rd November

Yet another terror attack in Europe, this time in Austria, plus one more – even worse – that almost everyone is ignoring. Plus, history is rewritten at the Melbourne Cup.

Yet another terror attack in Europe, this time in Austria, plus one more – even worse – that almost everyone is ignoring. Plus, history is rewritten at the Melbourne Cup.

The Bolt Report, Monday 2 November

All the fallout from the Queensland election, including the resignation of the Opposition leader. Plus the hype about the US Election including fears that whoever wins, there will be violence.

All the fallout from the Queensland election, including the resignation of the Opposition leader. Plus the hype about the US Election including fears that whoever wins, there will be violence.

The Bolt Report, Thursday 29 October

Has Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews learned anything from his lethal failures, particularly when Victoria is finally opening up? Plus, Mark Latham on the NRL back flipping on its national anthem decision for State of Origin.

Has Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews learned anything from his lethal failures, particularly when Victoria is finally opening up? Plus, Mark Latham on the NRL back flipping on its national anthem decision for State of Origin.

The Bolt Report, Wednesday 28 October

With a proven track record of driving the news cycle, Andrew Bolt steers discussion, encourages debate and offers his perspectives on national affairs.

With a proven track record of driving the news cycle, Andrew Bolt steers discussion, encourages debate and offers his perspectives on national affairs.

The Bolt Report, Tuesday 27 October

Andrew Bolt speaks to One Nation leader Pauline Hanson about her fall in support ahead of the Queensland state election, and the ABC loses it over Donald Trump.

Andrew Bolt speaks to One Nation leader Pauline Hanson about her fall in support ahead of the Queensland state election, and the ABC loses it over Donald Trump.

The Bolt Report, Monday 26 October

With a proven track record of driving the news cycle, Andrew Bolt steers discussion, encourages debate and offers his perspectives on national affairs.

With a proven track record of driving the news cycle, Andrew Bolt steers discussion, encourages debate and offers his perspectives on national affairs.

The Bolt Report, Thursday 22 October

The Prime Minister orders Australia Post's CEO to stand aside for spending $12,000 dollars on luxury watches for staff. Plus, the Wallabies say they could kneel for Black Lives Matter during the national anthem.

The Prime Minister orders Australia Post's CEO to stand aside for spending $12,000 dollars on luxury watches for staff. Plus, the Wallabies say they could kneel for Black Lives Matter during the national anthem.

The Bolt Report, Wednesday 21 October

Why Donald Trump may in fact be the favorite to win the US election in two weeks. Plus, Disney slaps race warnings on cartoon classics like Peter Pan and Dumbo, while real race stereotypes get promoted on MTV without any protest at all.

Why Donald Trump may in fact be the favorite to win the US election in two weeks. Plus, Disney slaps race warnings on cartoon classics like Peter Pan and Dumbo, while real race stereotypes get promoted on MTV without any protest at all.

The Bolt Report, Tuesday 20 October

Sky's media critics attack Peta Credlin for confronting Victoria's Labor premier and blowing a hole in his whitewashing of the hotel quarantine disaster. Plus, a New Zealand university professor is gagged over a China research paper.

Sky's media critics attack Peta Credlin for confronting Victoria's Labor premier and blowing a hole in his whitewashing of the hotel quarantine disaster. Plus, a New Zealand university professor is gagged over a China research paper.

The Bolt Report, Monday 19 October

Massive protests in France after a teacher is beheaded by a Muslim radical for showing a cartoon of Mohammed in a lesson on free speech. Plus, the backlash when an ex-football champion's wife wears a shirt demanding 'Free Melbourne'.

Massive protests in France after a teacher is beheaded by a Muslim radical for showing a cartoon of Mohammed in a lesson on free speech. Plus, the backlash when an ex-football champion's wife wears a shirt demanding 'Free Melbourne'.