Downstream: Make America Normal Again. Interview With Adam Tooze
Joe Biden is President-elect of the United States. But what might his Presidency mean for working class Americans, US foreign policy and perceived national decline? Does his victory represent a return to political ‘normality’ after 4 years of the Trump White House? And what might Trump’s legacy be within the Republican Party? Joining Aaron Bastani […]
Interview: The Brutish Museums W/ Dan Hicks
Britain’s museums are filled with objects from around the world which were stolen. Should they be given back? And what would a ‘decolonised’ museum actually look like? Aaron Bastani is joined by Professor Dan Hicks to discuss his new book “The Brutish Museums”.
Opinion: To Have Real Meaning, Black History Month Must Start Centring Collective Resistance
by Annie Olaloku-Teriba
Ash Wednesday: The Rule Britannia Brouhaha Is a Paranoid Fantasy
The Rule Britannia brouhaha is a paranoid fantasy – and that’s precisely why it’s such an effective political weapon.
Ash Wednesday: Are Right-wingers an Oppressed Minority?
Ash Sarkar explores how the language of minoritarian grievance has been appropriated by the most powerful people in political media.
The Bastani Factor: Aaron Bastani Reacts to David Starkey’s Mask Off Moment
David Starkey’s appearance on Darren Grimes’s Youtube channel revealed the unashamed racism of Britain’s most prominent conservative historian.
The Bastani Factor: What Is Black Radicalism? with Kehinde Andrews
On this show Aaron Bastani is joined by Kehinde Andrews, author of 'Back to Black', to discuss what a renewed politics of Black radicalism looks like in the 21st century.
Live: Racism Review: Spiked
Munira Mirza is to lead the government’s racism review. Are the Tories trolling anti-racism campaigners? Plus, Joshua Virasami on the police crackdown on BLM protestors, Laura Pidcock on shielding, and Matt Hancock claims Marcus Rashford’s victory as his own.
The Bastani Factor: What Is Black Radicalism? With Kehinde Andrews
In the era of #BlackLivesMatter questions of how race relates to power, the state and capitalism have become mainstream for the first time in decades. Aaron Bastani is joined by Kehinde Andrews, author of ‘Back to Black’, to discuss what a renewed politics of Black radicalism looks like in the 21st century.
Ash Wednesday: They All Look the Same, Don’t They?!!
Why do the British media seem to have such a hard time identifying people who share the same skin tone? Ash Sarkar takes a look at the phenomenon known as ‘cross-race effect’.
Ash Wednesday: Colonial Undertones and the Power of Euphemism
Racially charged… Racially tinged… Racially infused with a racial veloute… Why can’t the media just ever use the word racist?
Live: The Blair Rich Project
On tonight’s #TyskySour guest host Ash Sarkar is joined by Novara Media co-founder James Butler and Kehinde Andrews (professor of Black Studies at Birmingham City University) to discuss Socialism in America, The Independent Group and does a royal co-sign mean it’s game-over for Decolonise the University.