Novara Media is an independent media organisation addressing the issues – from a crisis of capitalism to racism and climate change – that are set to define the 21st century. Within that context our goal is a simple one: to tell stories and provide analysis shaped by the political uncertainties of the age, elevating critical perspectives you’re unlikely to find elsewhere. Driven to build a new media for a different politics, our journalism is always politically committed; rather than seeking to moderate between two sides of a debate, our output actively intends to feed back into political action.
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TyskySour: An Empire Rises, An Empire Falls
While COVID-19 has killed Arcadia, it has cemented Amazon as the world’s dominant retail firm. David Adler joins the show to discuss what does the rise of Bezos’s empire, and the fall of Green’s, mean for both the planet and for workers? Plus, with local CLPs banned from discussing Jeremy Corbyn we speak to CLP […]
#NovaraFM: Nightmarch: The Inner World of the Naxalites
In the jungles of Jharkhand and Bihar, armed Maoists continue their decades-long insurgency against the Indian state. Sparked off by a rebellion in Naxalbari in 1967, after taking to the jungles, the Naxalites encountered and recruited from Adivasi populations, often living in resource-rich areas eyed by mining and extraction companies. Alpa Shah, who teaches anthropology […]
Can Britain Become an ‘Innovation Superpower’ After Brexit? Aaron Bastani Meets David Edgerton
For Brexiteers, Britain’s departure from the EU offers a shot at national renewal, with the country once more becoming a free trade and innovation superpower. But how likely is that? And are the Tories really serious about a break with the politics of the last 40 years? Aaron Bastani interviews Professor David Edgerton, author of […]
TyskySour: Sunak’s Spending Review
With a public sector pay freeze and cuts to foreign aid, has Rishi Sunak’s spending review shown him to be a typical Tory class warrior? With Michael Walker, Ash Sarkar and James Meadway.
Every Nihilist Is Really An Optimist: Ash Sarkar meets Frankie Boyle
Ash Sarkar speaks to comedian Frankie Boyle about his new book, The Future of British Politics, and his thoughts on class, humour, Scottish nationalism, and why he’s not a nihilist anymore.
TyskySour: Covid For Christmas?
With a vaccine ready for the new year, why is Boris Johnson risking giving Britain’s grandparents covid for Christmas? With Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani.
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Socialism in the UK
This podcast covers socialistic ideas, UK politics, and the Labor Party. As an American, I benefit from listening to ideas like abundance, government run railroads, and how socialists can control a mainstream party.
Great reporting on British politics from a left perspective.
I listen to/watch Novara regularly and they are a crucial voice in British politics, especially for an American leftist who wants to learn more about what’s going on in the UK.