Did the Tories Rig the Election?
New revelations suggest that the Conservatives may have overspent on campaign resources in key marginal seats at last years election and the preceding by-elections. Aaron Bastani looks closer at the allegations and how this 'admin error' could have made all the difference.
Corbyn: Rebirth for Radical Politics?
Richard Seymour and Rosie Warren join James Butler to discuss the Corbyn leadership, its relation to the broader anticapitalist left, the crisis of Labourism and its prospects for the future. Is it just a flash in the pan?
Is Corbyn’s Labour Party “Unelectable”?
On this edition of The Fix we evaluate May's local elections and consider whether Jeremy Corbyn offers Labour - and the left - a route to government. We also visit the swing seats of Thurrock and Ilford North to ask residents their thoughts.
‘People want to see radical policies’ – Sian Berry
Aaron Bastani spoke to Green Party mayoral candidate Sian Berry about rent strikes, Uber and whether the Greens can survive Corbyn.
Labour in Flux: Media and Movement
On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler interview Momentum's James Schneider as they talk about the Labour party's media strategy and how it could integrate with movement building.
Tata Steel, Cameron’s delusions and Fully Automated Luxury Communism
As Tata Steel and other manufacturers shut down British factories it's time to ask some serious questions about Britain's industrial policy. If the Conservatives proposals are fantasy and Labour haven't the nerve to call for nationalisation Aaron Bastani asks: What role does steel play in Fully Automated Luxury Communism.
Interview with James Meadway
Aaron Bastani talks to James Meadway - consultant to John McDonnell - about the recent budget and Labour's response.
Corbyn and Sanders: How Different is the US and UK Right Now?
On today's NovaraFm James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss what the stunning ascent of both Bernie Sander and Jeremy Corbyn have in common, while also trying to highlight differences, for better and worse, between the US and UK contexts.
“I would call it state violence” – Luqman Onikosi on receiving a deportation death sentence
Luqman Onikosi was diagnosed with chronic liver illness while studying in the UK. Now the Home Office wants to deport him, despite medical facilities in Nigeria being inadequate to save his life. Aaron Bastani speaks to Luqman about facing deportation and the British state's treatment of non-EU citizens.
IMO: Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn, Powered by Millenials
Old white men, Bernie and Jeremy have the focal point of two important waves of diverse young left activism - what does this paradox tell us about the last few decades of parliamentary politics, and how can it inform our view ahead?
IMO: Much of the British public is like your pissed-up racist uncle
New polling on the re-introduction of national service shows that much of the British public, in general, is like your pissed-up racist uncle. But things are changing, what do these demographic shifts mean in UK?
IMO: No Problem with Genocide? Britain, have a word with yourself
As a recent poll shows the majority of Britons do not explicitly object to their countries colonial history. What was the full scale of the damage caused by empire? And how can we make amends?