#ACFM Trip 11: Friendship

Keir Milburn, Nadia Idle and Jeremy Gilbert discuss the history and theory of friendship, from Aristotle to Elland Road, while reflecting on how the podcast has impacted their relationship as a group, with music by Minutemen and Carole King.

Edited and produced by Olivia Humphreys, Matt Huxley and Matt Phull.


Music: Babylon Circus – My Friend / Christopher Martin – Mi Friend Dem / Carole King – You Got A Friend / Joe Cocker – With A Little Help From My Friends / Henri Garat – Avoir Un Bon Copain / Minutemen – History Lessons Part 2 / Dinosaur L – Go Bang (original and François K mixes) / The Jungle Book – That’s What Friends Are For.

Texts: Jacques Derrida – The Politics of Friendship / Jodi Dean – Comrade / Ben Morea – Black Mask & Up Against The Wall Motherfucker / Andrew Cornell – Oppose and Propose: Lessons from the Movement for a New Society

We’ve compiled an ever-expanding playlist of all the music heard across #ACFM so you can tune in and drop out at your leisure. Find it on Spotify.

Special thanks to Ilyanna Kerr for the beautiful new visuals for the show. View more of her work at her website.

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