Meet the Renegades: Stewart Cowley


Stewart Cowley is one of the few people who has worked on Wall Street, The City and in the Fund Management Business who says openly the problem with the finance industry is they don’t understand the word ‘enough’. His admission is refreshing.


Meet the Renegades: Johann Hari


Author of Chasing the Scream, Johann Hari deconstructs the War on Drugs and the myth that decriminalising drugs will worsen already abhorrent circumstances. Everything we know about drug addiction is wrong – so how can we think differently about a solution to this 100-year problem?


Meet the Renegades: Jim Mellon


Having worked in fund management, property, mining and now biotech, Jim Mellon is a man who pulls no punches. In this episode of Meet the Renegades we speak with Jim about business, politics and his view on what is driving the global unravelling.

Graham Brown-Martin

Meet the Renegades: Graham Brown-Martin


In this episode of Meet the Renegades we speak with Graham about transforming our education systems and his view on preventing a intellectual mono culture.


Meet the Renegades: Leslie Thomas on Disenfranchisement


One event can lead to high emotions across a country as seen through the case of Mark Duggan. Leslie Thomas QC tells us why and what tensions still exist.


Meet the Renegades: Michael Hudson


How could an economy that created so much debt also save the banks rather than the economy itself after 2008? In this episode of Meet the Renegades, economics professor and author, Michael Hudson discusses the phenomenon of debt deflation and how the economic curriculum should change in education.

Meet the Renegades: Jim Mellon on the EU Referendum


Jim Mellon explains why we’re in the era of ‘misallocation of capital’, how America is dominating the tech and internet market and how the EU referendum could be just what Europe needs.


Meet the Renegades: Johann Hari on Vancouver Drug Culture


In this clip from our Meet the Renegade series, Johann Hari, author of Chasing the Scream, discusses the state of Vancouver drug culture and how one man started a movement which improved the lives of countless people suffering from drug addiction in the city.