The Golden Question – Time vs Money

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Time is money has become the mantra in the West. This mentality means that “busy” is now a modern badge of honour, a social currency that’s competitively traded amongst peers, friends and colleagues. But if hectic is the new metric, is all this running around chasing cash and servicing debt actually getting us closer to […]

Britain’s Imperial Hangover

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In British corridors of power the legacy of empire still lingers. The UK is no longer the global player it pretends to be, but nor is it introspective enough to truly look after its own citizens. On this show we talk to Professor Danny Dorling, author of more than a dozen books on issues related to social inequalities in Britain and several hundred journal papers.

Security Services Cinema – Lights, Camera, Redaction

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What effect on society do screenwriters have if their work is being influenced by institutions that push a government narrative?

Resilient Cities

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No longer are city dwellers happy with the anti-human concrete jungles.

A World of Bullshit Jobs

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This week we are on the road at Sunday Papers Live in London to talk about this silent workplace epidemic and the profound damage caused when people work in a ‘bullsh*t’ job.

Truth, Lies, & Intention

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We ‘ordinary’ human beings need to improve our ability to discern the intent behind the narrative we are being sold. This is entirely achievable for an individual. To persuade a critical mass of people to ‘wake up’ is an entirely different challenge. Mark GB shares his insights of the people we need to start listening to in 2019.

Left To You

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Maximising rational self-interest is such an embedded feature of modern Western culture that we suffer from a deep-rooted, often artificial sense of scarcity – of money, time and connection to others. By observing the Wayuu, Colombia’s indigenous community, we can gain a better understanding of the impact our culture has on our emotional life.

The Charitable-Industrial Complex & the perpetual poverty machine

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Charitable organisations have been integrated into the broader capitalist system. Their business models are effectively no different in principle to that adopted by the likes of Apple and Amazon. Daniel Margrain questions the notion that capitalists offer the solution to the problems of society.