Watch Nigel Farage's Most Memorable Moments
4 July 2016, 14:19
As Nigel Farage steps down as leader of Ukip, we pull together some of the most memorable moments from his appearances in the LBC studio and elsewhere.
Farage has been a familiar face over the past few years, from joining Nick Ferrari in the studio to present a phone-in to hosting his own three-hour late night show in 2015.
As well as his best LBC moments, we've plucked some of his other best videos showcasing just why he's become such a talking point nationally.
'I Can Set Fire To France!'
While presenting his own LBC show, Farage spoke about what rights he's entitled to as an MEP. One of the most curious - he's apparently allowed to set France on fire!
'Mums Could Breastfeed In A Corner'
"It isn't too difficult to breastfeed a baby in a way that's not openly ostentatious." Late in 2014, the Ukip leader sparked quite the storm as he reacted to a public breastfeeding row. He said his comments were taken out of context - make up your own mind.
"Who Are You?" Farage Vs Van Rompuy
With digs at the then-EU President (Herman van Rompuy), the country he comes from (Belgium) and the European Union itself, this clip is a favourite clip for Farage fans.
Farage Tells Corbyn How To Dress Properly
Nigel and Jeremy Corbyn both attended a Battle of Britain memorial, where the Labour leader's "untidy" appearance prompted quite a reaction from the Ukip man.
Nigel Farage Takes The LBC Beer Test
Onboard the LBC Battle Bus before Election 2015, Nigel was game enough to take the LBC Beer test: could he tell a British beer from a European brew? It's a very funny moment.
Whoops! When Nigel Voted The Wrong Way
This was the moment that Nigel Farage admitted to accidentally voting the wrong way on secret expenses in the European Parliament.
Nigel Bemoans The Lack Of Coffee Shops In Swindon
Certainly one of the most unlikely headlines we've ever written but it is 100% true.
THAT Paddy Power Ad
It's not LBC, but it is an absolute cracker. Whatever your thoughts on Nigel Farage, nobody could accuse him of lacking a sense of humour - as documented in this terrific ad for Paddy Power.