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Is Political Art Good?

James Butler and Ash Sarkar discuss the potential for art to succeed in articulating radical politics without being dogmatic or trite.


Terms of Engagement: Ideology

In this new series for Novara TV, James Butler looks at the history and multiple usages of the word 'Ideology' and explores how it can be usefully deployed to describe and improve the world we live in.


Paris Attacks: The Aftermath and the History

This week Ash Sarkar is joined by Eleanor Penny, James Butler and Sam Kriss to discuss the Paris attacks, the political responses and how they can be understood in the context of migration and colonialism.

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5 Things C4’s ‘Crashing’ Tells Us about Property Guardians and the Housing Crisis

by Gloria Dawson

Channel 4’s comedy series Crashing is halfway through and the laughs are a bit sparse. Nevertheless, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s series breaks new territory by being the first fictional representation of property guardianship on our screens.

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Rebuilding Radical Unionism: An Organiser's Notes

by an Anonymous Organiser

Sunday Long Read: Despite the UK's wealth, a substantial section of the workforce works for less than it takes to get by. Low levels of worker solidarity make it hard to see a way out, which means we need a radical union movement more than ever.
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Interview: Antony Loewenstein

Aaron Bastani speaks to Antony Loewenstein, author of 'Disaster Capitalism', about migration, Europe and what it means to be a journalist in the 21st century.


Inventing the Future

This week Aaron Bastani is joined by Alex Williams and Nick Srnicek, co-editors of "Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a world without work"