#NovaraFM: Grenfell: One Year OnNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
One year on from the Grenfell Tower fire, James Butler is joined by Guardian columnist Dawn Foster and Inside Housing’s Luke Barratt to discuss the political aftermath of the fire, the progress of the inquiry, and the survivors’ struggle for justice. http://novaramedia.com/?p=10679
#NovaraFM: To Brexit and BeyondNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Brexit day looms ever closer, and we still don’t know what we’re getting. The Tories seem to be cracking under their own contradictions, but what hope is there in Brexit? Joining James Butler to discuss Brexit, Europe and beyond are: ‘Lexit’-sympathetic Aaron Bastani, Marina Prentoulis of ‘Another Europe is Possible’, and Samuele Mazzolini, joint founder […]
The Lockdown: What Is Abolition?Novara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Oonagh Ryder and Sam Swann finish this season of The Lockdown with a recap of what they’ve discussed in the previous episodes. Sam talks about what he’s learnt and they decide whether he’s ready to graduate from the podcast’s ‘resident idiot’. http://novaramedia.com/?p=10659
All The Best: “If a Career Is All That Matters to You, Then Why the Hell Would You Choose Politics?”Novara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Max Shanly and Matt Zarb-Cousin are joined by journalist, commentator and socialist firebrand Ellie O’Hagan, whose insights on political matters du jour fizz like a Lush bath bomb
TyskySour: QUITALY?Novara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
QUITALY = Quit-Italy On this episode of #TyskySour Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani are joined by political sociologist and author Paolo Gerbaudo to talk about what’s happening in Italy and why it matters to the Left and to the EU. We’ll also be discussing #SpyCops, Islamophobia in the Tory Party and more.
#NovaraFM: Anti-Politics: State, Authority, IdeologyNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On #NovaraFM, James Butler is joined by Eliane Glaser to discuss her new book ‘Anti-Politics’, and the attitude of the contemporary left to the key questions of political power and the state.
All The Best: The Leo Panitch ShowNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Max Shanly and Matt Zarb-Cousin sit in starstruck awe as Professor Leo Panitch explains how the world works in a dulcet Canadian accent. http://novaramedia.com/?p=10537
The Lockdown: Guilty by Association: How to Get a Life Sentence for a Murder You Didn’t CommitNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Oonagh Ryder and Sam Swann speak to activist and founder of campaign group Joint Enterprise Not Guilty by Association (JENGbA), Gloria Morrison. She explains how the doctrine of joint enterprise is used in our law system to convict innocent people of murder.
TyskySour: The Royal Wedding Plus LowkeyNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On this episode of #TyskySour Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani are joined by Lowkey to discuss the Royal Wedding, the Grenfell enquiry and Gaza.
#NovaraFM: Raj Patel: a History of the World in Seven Cheap ThingsNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
James Butler is joined by author, activist and academic Raj Patel to discuss ‘A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things’, and explore the relation between climate, capitalism, colonialism – and the future of the planet. http://novaramedia.com/?p=10463
The CiscourseNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On this episode of TyskySour Michael Walker is joined by Ash Sarkar and Shon Faye to talk about the clusterfuck that was Channel 4’s GenderQuake debate, the state of trans rights in Britain, everyone’s favourite salted meat and whether anyone actually cares what Germaine Greer has to say anymore.
#NovaraFM: Utopia Now?Novara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On #NovaraFM, James Butler and Ash Sarkar discuss Utopia, its history and politics, and ask: what would it mean to make Utopia now? http://novaramedia.com/?p=10379
The Lockdown: Ending the Cycle of ViolenceNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On The Lockdown, Oonagh Ryder and Sam Swann speak to anti-violence practitioner Whitney Iles about youth violence, why it happens and how to stop it.
TyskySour: A Disaster With Owen Jones’ Name on ItNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On this episode of TyskySour Michael Walker is joined by newly elected Labour councillor for Wandsworth Aydin Dikerdem. They’ll be taking apart the local election results.
#NovaraFM: Local Election ResultsNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Michael Walker, Dawn Foster and Richard Seymour take a look at the local election results.
TyskySour: Can Javid Stop the Ruddslide?Novara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
So last night Amber Rudd sensationally resigned from her role as Home Secretary after it became clear that her sustained stay in office was untenable. Can Sajid Javid save the day?
#NovaraFM: After Windrush: Britain and MigrationNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On #NovaraFM, James Butler, Aaron Bastani and Ash Sarkar look at the politics of the recent Windrush crisis, the history of migration policy in the UK, and ask: what could a left-wing migration policy look like?
The Lockdown: Beyond Prison: Michael Balogun Part 2Novara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Oonagh Ryder and Sam Swann chat with Michael Balogun (whose incredible story is discussed in part 1) about what could be in place instead of a system of punishment.
All The Best: Sticks and Stones May Break Owen Jones, but Words Will Never Hurt HimNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
Owen Jones joins Matt Zarb-Cousin and Max Shanly for a lively discussion on Lycamobile scandal, the Windrush scandal, problems with the media and a general salting sesh.
#NovaraFM: On Migration and the State: Lea YpiNovara Audio: Radio for a Different Politics add
On #NovaraFM, James Butler is joined by Lea Ypi, professor in political theory at the LSE, to discuss ways of thinking about migration, what it tells us about the state, and the possibility of an emancipatory cosmopolitanism.