Ian Dunt is editor of Politics.co.uk. In September he wrote:
The anti-smoking movement has always been hysterical and unhinged.
This evening he tweeted:
I'll be on BBC Breakfast tomorrow at 7:20 and 8:50 talking about smokers' rights and the endless tedium of the anti-smoking brigade.
Joining Ian on the programme is my occasional sparring partner Andrea Crossfield, chief executive of Tobacco Free Futures.
I'm delighted and encouraged that someone like Ian is taking the trouble to speak out against Tobacco Control.
He will probably earn himself an entry on the Tobacco Tactics website where state-funded 'researchers' will dismiss him as a stooge of Big Tobacco, but to the best of my knowledge there is no financial link between Ian, Politics.co.uk and the tobacco companies.
He is doing this because he can think for himself and, in his own words:
The anti-smoking lobby long ago gave up on reason or proportion. It is propelled merely by its own insistence that a long life is more moral than a luxurious one. It is a club with an open door policy for the tedious and the jealous.
Dunt v Crossfield should be worth watching.
Update: They've changed the schedule - oh, and BBC Breakfast is only available on the BBC News channel after 7.20 on a Sunday.
I missed the first interview, because it was broadcast before 7:20. The second is now at 8:40 not 8:50.