Podcasts

The Social Review Podcast Episode 7: Trade Policy and Porn

Eugenie (@meemstd) interviews Sarah Manavis (@sarahmanavis) of The New Statesman to discuss the government’s attempted porn block and what it means for individual privacy. Plus, Jasper (@jasper_ch) speaks to David Lawrence (@dc_lawrence) of the Trade Justice Movement to break down what the future of British trade could look like, as well as the relationship between Christianity and left-wing politics. iTunes Link RSS…

The Social Review Podcast Episode 6: Mathew Lawrence (Common Wealth)

Everybody is away so no normal podcast this week! Instead, Joe interviews Mathew Lawrence from Common Wealth about the opportunities and challenges presented by democratic ownership. You can find out more about Common Wealth on their website: https://common-wealth.co.uk iTunes Link RSS Feed Host: Joe (@steamedhamms) Guest: Mathew Lawrence (@dantonshead) Edited by William Sorenson.

The Social Review Podcast Episode 5: Monopolies, Patriarchy and Everything In Between

Jasper and Eugenie discuss the role of patriarchy in politics in light of the Mark Field video and the row between Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds. TSR writer Will Anderson explores Disney’s dominance and the re-emergence of Hollywood monopolies. Plus, Henry joins to answer questions on Steve Bannon and superheroes. iTunes link RSS Feed Host: Jasper (@jasper_ch) Panel: Eugenie (@meemstd) Henry (@owlsanctuarist)…

The Social Review Podcast Episode 2: The Wellbeing of Nations

The gang discuss New Zealand’s Wellbeing Budget and what it means for the future of GDP. Meanwhile, Jasper interviews Steve Lapsley (Open Labour NEC) on anti-semitism within Labour and how to enshrine wellbeing policies in government. Plus, Stephen Harper and Sean Smyth join to discuss the Champions League Final and football’s ability to bring people together. iTunes link RSS feed link Host:…

The Social Review Podcast Episode 1: European Elections, Second Referendums and Detective Pikachu

Jasper, Joe, William and Eugenie discuss the European Election results and what they mean for Labour going forward, and we interview Tessa M. on her work in second referendum campaigns (Our Future Our Choice, Young Labour 4 A Final Say). Plus, the team discuss Detective Pikachu’s relationship with Noam Chomsky, and the misrepresentation of trans issues in BBC One’s Years and Years.…