The UK in a Changing Europe’s new podcast 'Brexit and Beyond' is presented by the organisation’s director Professor Anand Menon.
We dig deep in to our guest’s area of expertise, explaining the key issues around it and discussing how and why it’s so useful for our better understanding of society.
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Brexit And Beyond with Professor Danny Dorling
In this episode, Danny Dorling, social geographer and professor of geography at the University of Oxford talks to host Professor Anand Menon about the wealth and inequality gap in this country, how academics should communicate their findings to the wider world and the importance of using experts in a pandemic.
Brexit And Beyond with Ngaire Woods
In this episode, our guest Ngaire Woods, founding dean of the Blavatnik School of Government and Professor of Global Economic Governance at the University of Oxford speaks to host Professor Anand Menon.
They discuss the aim of the Blavatnik School of Government, how to communicate between academia and the world of policy and what impact the result of the US elections could mean for the concept of a Global Britain.
Brexit And Beyond with Maria Sobolewska and Rob Ford
In this episode, our guests Maria Sobolewska, Professor of political science at the University of Manchester and Rob Ford, professor of politics at the University of Manchester speak to deputy director, Professor Tim Bale.
They discuss their latest book Brexitland: Identity, Diversity and the Reshaping of British Politics, looking at Brexit from a historical perspective, and describing how the UK electorate has changed, socially and in terms of values, in the decades leading up to the EU referendum in 2016.
Brexit And Beyond with Professor Nicola McEwen
In this episode of the Brexit and Beyond podcast, Professor Anand Menon speaks to Nicola McEwen, senior fellow at the UK in a Changing Europe and professor of territorial politics at the University of Edinburgh.
They discuss the Internal Market Bill and it's impact on devolution and the union as well the possibility of another Scottish independence referendum.
Brexit And Beyond with Cas Mudde
Cas Mudde, professor at the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Athens in Georgia and Guardian US columnist, speaks to our Deputy Director Professor Tim Bale.
They discuss his thoughts on populism, euroscepticism, the US election and how academics should use the media to communicate to wider audiences.
Brexit And Beyond with Professor Will Jennings
Professor Will Jennings, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Southampton, talks to deputy director Professor Tim Bale about his latest report 'Will getting Brexit done restore political trust?', what voters really think about our politicians and how academics can communicate to wider audiences.
You can read the full report here -