New media for a different politics
25/05/2018 06:36 PM
Anti-Politics: State, Authority, Ideology
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.
25/05/2018 02:48 PM
The Chilling Future of Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace
In Frederick Winslow Taylor’s 1911 book The Principles of Scientific Management, Taylor made a ‘scientific’ case for having a tightly controlled hierarchy in the workplace. Workers, he believed, were too unpredictable – too prone to come together to fight against the interests of management and shareholders – to be left to their own devices. Although the […]
24/05/2018 05:30 PM
The Leo Panitch Show
Max Shanly and Matt Zarb-Cousin sit in starstruck awe as Professor Leo Panitch explains how the world works in a dulcet Canadian accent.
24/05/2018 01:46 PM
4 Ways ’68 Was About So Much More Than the French May
Many of the forces that arose to combat the sixties remain in power. These forces understood the challenge of the sixties. We should, too. Boundaries, 2009 Revolutions are the ecstasy of history: the moment when social reality and social dream fuse. Angelo Quattrocchi, 1968 This month marks the 50th anniversary of a huge uprising in France: mass […]
21/05/2018 08:46 PM
The Royal Wedding Feat. Lowkey
Tonight on #TyskySour Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani are joined by Lowkey to discuss the Royal Wedding, the Grenfell enquiry and Gaza.
21/05/2018 09:01 AM
The UK Is Complicit in Israel’s Violence
On Monday the 14th of May the Israeli military killed 60 Palestinians and injured 2771. Dr David Wearing explains how this violence to a significant extent belongs to Britain as well.
20/05/2018 05:21 PM
Lewisham East Shows How Corbynism Has Transformed Labour
On Saturday, Janet Daby beat Sakina Sheikh and Claudia Webbe to become Labour’s candidate for Lewisham East. In the end the result was decisive, with Daby taking 288 votes in the first round. Even over the short span of the campaign, however, it became clear just how much has changed in the party – and […]
18/05/2018 02:38 PM
Raj Patel: a History of the World in Seven Cheap Things
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.