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The Invention Of Whiteness

On this weeks Novara FM, Ash Sarkar is joined by Kerem Niscanioglu as they discuss the discursive formation of whiteness thoughout history.

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Jeremy Corbyn: Have You Seen This Man?

Have you seen this man? After his recent poll victory we visited Jeremy Corbyn's constituency endz in Islington to find out what the people thought of his leadership bid. Watch out for our interview with the man himself, coming this tuesday on #NovaraTV

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IMO: David Cameron, Insulated, Entitled Fanatic?

On Monday the Prime Minister outlined his 5 year plan to deal with extremism. On this week's IMOBastani Aaron asks whether UK muslims are allowed to disagree with the status quo without being titled extremists.

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OMFG: When Were White People Invented?

Ash Sarkar asks the people of London one question: When were white people invented?, looking at the way racial structures have emerged in the past and where that leaves the identity of 'whiteness' today.

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Just World Hypothesis and the Perpetuation of Victim-Blaming

by George West

Victim-blaming is rife in today’s world, but why? And why do we often end up internalising the narratives that blame us? A contributing factor might be one that grounds capitalist individualism: Just World Hypothesis.
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IMO: Mhairi Black and Jeremy Corbyn – The End of Centrism?

An overwhelming level of social media interaction with SNP MP Mhairi Black's maiden speech and the sharp narrowing of bookies odds on radical Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn lead Aaron Bastani to wonder if this year spells the end for centrist forces in party politics.

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IMO: Greece Say ‘Oxi’, Populism Is Back!

Aaron Bastani responds to the dramatic result of last weekends referendum on austerity in Greece and looks to the rest of Europe and the upcoming British referendum on EU membership for signs of a new wave of populism.

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What is Growth? 6 Things You Should Know

by John Evans

It's the political buzzword of our times, but how much to do you know about where growth comes from, who it benefits and what it ignores?
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Oxi: Crisis in Greece

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss the ongoing crisis in Greece. How did we get here and what happens after Sunday's referendum?'

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IMO: What’s Going On In Greece?

Ahead of this Sunday's referendum on EU-imposed austerity measures, Aaron Bastani looks at the present state of Greece's economy, how things got so bad, and what the future might hold for other Eurozone countries.

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Another Pride Is Possible?

On this weeks show James Butler is joined by Charlotte Gerada, Amy Roberts, Dan Glass and Dan Laverick as they discuss Saturday's #PrideinLondon. Is Pride becoming little more than a plaything for big business?