We've been seeing a lot of Richard Vobes recently, but that's because he's exploring topics of which we really should be aware.
Here he is with constitutional experts William Keyte (again) and Justin Walker (Hardwick Alliance) (again) to talk about the Coronation Oath, which, together with Magna Carta 1215 and Common Law, form the bedrock of our constitutional system of law.
What Oath will King Charles swear on his coronation, and how will it sit in relation to the Oaths of previous monarchs? How will this affect his duties as monarch and his relationship with Parliament? Will it even be made public?
Or will it open the door wide to effective (if unlawful) Parliamentary tyranny?
Why is this important (indeed vital for the future of our nation), and what about his relationship with the WEF?
It turns out that there is a lot to unpack here, some of which perhaps isn't...