12 episodes

A space for radical critiques of the changing world of work.

Futures of Work Futures of Work

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A space for radical critiques of the changing world of work.

    Voices of Guinness

    Voices of Guinness

    Harry Pitts speaks to Tim Strangleman, author of 'Voices of Guinness: An Oral History of the Park Royal Brewery'.

    • 20 min
    Class Matters

    Class Matters

    Harry Pitts speaks with Charles Umney, Associate Professor of Industrial Relations at the University of Leeds, about his book, Class Matters: Inequality and Exploitation in 21st Century Britain.

    • 59 min
    What's Wrong with Work?

    What's Wrong with Work?

    Harry Pitts speaks to Lynne Pettinger about her book, 'What’s Wrong with Work?', published by Policy Press.

    • 40 min
    Futures of food

    Futures of food

    Huw Thomas speaks to Humphrey Lloyd, owner of Edible Futures, an urban farm in Bristol. They discuss organising a new economy, food sovereignty and what the future of work means to the food sector.

    • 39 min
    Futures of prison labour

    Futures of prison labour

    Huw Thomas and Katie Bales speak to Rod Earle, Senior Lecturer at the Open University, to talk about his experiences of being in prison, the foundations of convict criminology and what he sees as the futures of prison labour in the UK.

    • 54 min
    David Blanchflower - Futures Of Jobs

    David Blanchflower - Futures Of Jobs

    Harry Pitts speaks to David (Danny) Blanchflower to discuss his new book, Not Working: Where Have All the Good Jobs Gone. This episode was recorded live at the Bristol Festival of Ideas.

    • 57 min

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