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The white nationalist mass shooting in Buffalo has shown the real world effects of the racist ‘Great Replacement Theory’. Michael Walker and Ash Sarkar discuss right wing conspiracy theories in the US and UK. Plus: A Tory minister tells those struggling to just work more hours; Martin Lewis loses it at the energy regulator; and the royals get booed…
 
The white nationalist mass shooting in Buffalo has shown the real world effects of the racist ‘Great Replacement Theory'. Michael Walker and Ash Sarkar discuss right wing conspiracy theories in the US and UK. Plus: A Tory minister tells those struggling to just work more hours; Martin Lewis loses it at the energy regulator; and the royals get booed…
 
Boris Johnson has a new plan for dealing with the cost of living crisis – making 91,000 civil servants redundant. Are we entering a new age of austerity? After killing a leading Palestinian journalist, Israeli forces have today attacked her funeral. We discuss the events in East Jerusalem that should shock the world. And Labour members face another…
 
Boris Johnson has a new plan for dealing with the cost of living crisis - making 91,000 civil servants redundant. Are we entering a new age of austerity? After killing a leading Palestinian journalist, Israeli forces have today attacked her funeral. We discuss the events in East Jerusalem that should shock the world. And Labour members face another…
 
Israeli forces have shot dead Shireen Abu Akleh, a prominent Palestinian journalist. We explain the significance of the killing, and speak to one of her friends. Plus: Michael Gove’s bizarre interviews; Nick Ferrari says he is a ‘person of colour’ despite being white; and Piers Morgan’s TalkTV ratings tank. With Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial.…
 
Israeli forces have shot dead Shireen Abu Akleh, a prominent Palestinian journalist. We explain the significance of the killing, and speak to one of her friends. Plus: Michael Gove's bizarre interviews; Nick Ferrari says he is a 'person of colour' despite being white; and Piers Morgan's TalkTV ratings tank. With Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial. Ab…
 
The election of Keir Starmer as leader of the Labour Party was met with euphoria across the mainstream media. But despite winning the leadership with a huge majority, Starmer had only been involved in politics for five years – having previously worked as a barrister, a pro bono lawyer and director of public prosecutions – and little was known about…
 
The election of Keir Starmer as leader of the Labour Party was met with euphoria across the mainstream media. But despite winning the leadership with a huge majority, Starmer had only been involved in politics for five years – having previously worked as a barrister, a pro bono lawyer and director of public prosecutions – and little was known about…
 
Keir Starmer has pledged he will resign if fined by Durham police. Is this an act of political genius, or career suicide? Plus: The cost of living crisis continues and we take a further look at the ramifications of the historic election result to the Northern Ireland assembly. With Michael Walker and Ash Sarkar.…
 
Keir Starmer has pledged he will resign if fined by Durham police. Is this an act of political genius, or career suicide? Plus: The cost of living crisis continues and we take a further look at the ramifications of the historic election result to the Northern Ireland assembly. With Michael Walker and Ash Sarkar.…
 
We’re entering an era of climate disaster and mass extinction, yet most of the proposed solutions to our predicament amount to rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic. What we need, propose environmental scholars Drew Pendergrass and Troy Vettese, is a totally different vision of life on Earth. Joining Aaron Bastani, the authors of Half-Earth Social…
 
We're entering an era of climate disaster and mass extinction, yet most of the proposed solutions to our predicament amount to rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic. What we need, propose environmental scholars Drew Pendergrass and Troy Vettese, is a totally different vision of life on Earth.Joining Aaron Bastani, the authors of Half-Earth Sociali…
 
Boris Johnson has claimed he can’t protest the incomes of Briton’s poor because it will accelerate inflation. We speak to Grace Blakeley to explain everything wrong with his argument. Plus: Millions of women face being stripped of Abortion rights with the US Supreme Court indicating they will overturn Roe V Wade; Starmer’s BeerGate rolls on; and lo…
 
Boris Johnson has claimed he can't protest the incomes of Briton's poor because it will accelerate inflation. We speak to Grace Blakeley to explain everything wrong with his argument. Plus: Millions of women face being stripped of Abortion rights with the US Supreme Court indicating they will overturn Roe V Wade; Starmer's BeerGate rolls on; and lo…
 
Keir Starmer appears to have chosen a strategy to win next week’s local elections: become really right wing. On tonight’s show, Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani discuss Labour’s authoritarian attacks on the Lib Dems. Plus: the porn-watching MP is named; Nadine Dorries has yet another gaffe; and the government’s double standards when it comes to ref…
 
Keir Starmer appears to have chosen a strategy to win next week's local elections: become really right wing. On tonight's show, Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani discuss Labour's authoritarian attacks on the Lib Dems. Plus: the porn-watching MP is named; Nadine Dorries has yet another gaffe; and the government's double standards when it comes to ref…
 
Macron’s election as French president might be a relief, but an unprecedented showing for the far right does not bode well for western democracies. We speak to an expert on french politics, Aurelien Mondon. Plus: Why Elon Musk buying Twitter is a sign of a plutocracy out of control; the Mail on Sunday’s misogynistic hit piece on Angela Rayner; and …
 
Macron's election as French president might be a relief, but an unprecedented showing for the far right does not bode well for western democracies. We speak to an expert on french politics, Aurelien Mondon. Plus: Why Elon Musk buying Twitter is a sign of a plutocracy out of control; the Mail on Sunday's misogynistic hit piece on Angela Rayner; and …
 
A UK court has today approved the extradition of Julian Assange, leaving the decision on his fate with home secretary Priti Patel. We speak to Matt Kennard of Declassified UK about the significance of the ruling. Plus: More Partygate embarrassments for the Tories. With Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial.…
 
A UK court has today approved the extradition of Julian Assange, leaving the decision on his fate with home secretary Priti Patel. We speak to Matt Kennard of Declassified UK about the significance of the ruling. Plus: More Partygate embarrassments for the Tories. With Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial.…
 
Known for his steadfast support of Jeremy Corbyn whilst heading up the biggest private sector union in the country, Len McLuskey has a unique and intimate knowledge of both Labour Party politics and the organised labour movement. Aaron Bastani speaks to the most important trade unionist of his era on the publication of his memoir, Always Red.…
 
Known for his steadfast support of Jeremy Corbyn whilst heading up the biggest private sector union in the country, Len McLuskey has a unique and intimate knowledge of both Labour Party politics and the organised labour movement. Aaron Bastani speaks to the most important trade unionist of his era on the publication of his memoir, Always Red.…
 
Israel has once again stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque during Ramadan. We speak to Ines Abdel Razak in Jerusalem about the current wave of repression in Palestine. Plus, Johnson’s unpopularity is more evident than ever, and the Tories plan to send refugees to Rwanda. With Michael Walker and Barnaby Raine.Novara Media による
 
Israel has once again stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque during Ramadan. We speak to Ines Abdel Razak in Jerusalem about the current wave of repression in Palestine. Plus, Johnson's unpopularity is more evident than ever, and the Tories plan to send refugees to Rwanda. With Michael Walker and Barnaby Raine.Novara Media による
 
Just what is it good for? This time on ACFM, Jeremy Gilbert, Nadia Idle and Keir Milburn respond to the Ukraine invasion with a conversation about war. Is it an aberration, or an unavoidable product of human power struggles? Are conflicts between nations better understood as a reflection of domestic divisions? And how is war used to divert the work…
 
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