Next Episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is
Season 8 / Episode 8 and airs on 12 April 2021 03:00
On Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, John Oliver presents a satirical look at the week in news, politics and current events.
John talks about the Indian election, Pom Wonderful, and talks with the former NSA director General Keith Alexander.
John talks about the recent issues of the death penalty, François Hollande, and the rising issues happening in Brunei.
John talks about Eurovision, Ukraine and Russia's relations, and invites Bill Nye to a statistically representative climate change debate.
John talks about the product recall going on at General Motors, the EU Court of Justice "Right to be Forgotten" ruling, and updates us on how the Indian election is going, with help from Fareed Zakaria.
This week's topics include the rise of the far right political parties in Europe, the Ukrainian election, Afghanistan, Net Neutrality, Australia's hard-line right-wing Prime Minister Tony Abbott, and the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
John Oliver discusses the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square rebellion and the FIFA World Cup and invites Right Said Fred to send a message to Bashar al-Assad.
John discusses immigration, the Washington Redskins and Iraq and talks to Stephen Hawking.
John highlights recent news such as the problems of tourism in Antarctica, discusses international royalty as a service to Game of Thrones fans and panders to the audience in response to allegations against Dr. Oz.
John Oliver sheds light on recent Supreme Court cases and discusses gay rights in Uganda with activist Pepe Julian Onziema.
John revisits news of a change in Japan's foreign policy, the love letters of Warren G. Harding and CIA's social media activity, and discusses the issues of income inequality in America.
John talks about Gaza (but mostly Anderson Cooper) and about Malaysia Airlines flight 17, then discusses prison incarcerations in America and sings with muppets from Sesame Street.
John addresses the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, revisits the subject of international royalty, discusses the safety of nuclear weapons and campaigns to save geckos in space.
John discusses native advertising and Argentine debt restructuring.
John discusses payday loans and Russia's import embargo on U.S. chicken and soybean.
Focuses on the shooting of Michael Brown and police militarization in Ferguson, MO. John also discusses the topic of equal pay for equal work.
John provides a eulogy for the mating space geckos, and talks about student debt.
John discusses the Scottish independence referendum and corporations using Twitter.
John focuses on the Miss America 2015 pageant with special guest Kathy Griffin.
John discusses U.S. military drones and the Kansas state budget shortfall.
John Oliver shows us how desperate the American law enforcement are to make money out of everyone.
This week's topics include Putin's impressive trip to Milan, a McDonald's Q&A board promising to answer all questions truthfully and the bureaucratic roadblocks preventing local nationals who translate for coalition forces from obtaining U.S. immigrant visas. This segment includes an in-studio interview with Mohammad, a translator whose attempts to obtain a visa took three years, and lost family members to the Taliban during that time. The last segment tries to solve the problem of boring news coverage of Supreme Court sessions (because the court does not allow video). Last Week Tonight shows how the coverage can be made more compelling by using animals staged as the Justices and other court employees. The show then thoughtfully provides ten minutes of raw footage for news outlets to use to create their own Supreme Court reenactments.
John Oliver is back to discuss how the sugar industry rules the world!
John disusses robot sales associates at Lowe's, U.S legislatures in elections, and the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).
Last Week Tonight features in-depth and critical look at state lotteries. It also looks at the Turkish Prime Minister's Grand Palace and a Salmon shooting cannon.
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