The podcast of the School of Public Policy and the Department of Political Science at University College London. Through this podcast we plan to explore key themes of contemporary politics and let you into some of our research findings that we think the wider world needs to know about.
Legacies of Armed Conflict in Northern Ireland
This week we are looking at legacies of armed conflict in Northern Ireland. How are punishment attacks today connected to the violence of the past?
COP26 in Review: Reflections on Glasgow
This week we are reflecting on the COP26 climate conference. Was the meeting in Glasgow a success? Or, did it fall short of expectations?
Regulating the Internet
This week we are looking at regulation of the internet. How much of it is needed, and what form should it take?
Analysing Politicians’ Words
This week we are looking at what politicians say. How can we analyse it? And what do we learn as a result?
The Global Politics of Climate Change
This week we are looking at the global politics of climate change in advance of the upcoming COP26 conference.
Prison Protests in Palestine
In this week's episode we are looking at prison protests in Palestine. What are they about? What do they achieve? What can we learn?
As someone new to learning about politics, I have really enjoyed getting to grips with the key issues spoken about on this podcast. Great range of speakers and hosts. Particularly liked the episode on Monarchy. Thank you!
Intriguing and informative!
Truly a great listen! — outstanding political scientists discussing meaningful topics in an engaging and accessible manner.
Such a good listen !
Very informative podcast making politics much more accessible for all.