Christopher Hitchens died over ten years ago in late 2011. This conversation between Richard Dawkins and Hitchens was recorded in October 2011 by Dawkins, however it was only released by him earlier this year. He had thought that he had lost it, but luckily rediscovered it. This is Hitchens' last recorded interview:
Unsurprisingly, their conversation revolves around atheism and religion. Some interesting topics include the role of atheism in Hitler Germany and if determining a child's religion should be considered child abuse. Also, is it ok for a professor of geography who thinks that the earth is flat to teach geography?