Podcasts
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Podcasts

19 November 2013

The Prince and the radicals: an unholy alliance

Rob Lyons explains why Prince Charles still holds sway over public discussion, and why it's high time he shuffled off the scene for good.

12 November 2013

‘Bullying can be good for you’

Helene Guldberg, author of Reclaiming Childhood, explains why our obsession with bullying is poisoning social relationships.

5 November 2013

‘Victims should have no rights in a courtroom’

Podcast: Luke Gittos on why victim-centred reform is turning justice into therapy.

29 October 2013

‘We’ve gone from megawatts to negawatts’

Podcast: Professor James Woudhuysen explains why investment in new forms of energy is a price worth paying.

22 October 2013

‘Neuromania stops us from thinking’

Podcast: Professor Raymond Tallis explains why neuroscience can't tell us what it means to be human.

15 October 2013

‘Nowhere in the world is the press too free’

Podcast: Mick Hume on why the press needs less, not more, regulation.

8 October 2013

‘No one in the Third World chants “we want condoms”’

Podcast: Ceri Dingle on the scourge of demographic determinism.

1 October 2013

Why green scares are bad for politics

Podcast: Tim Black lambasts the IPCC's doom-mongering.

25 September 2013

‘Being a “socialist” now just means being a nice person’

Podcast: Tom Slater talks to Brendan O'Neill about the Labour conference.