Published: 5 January 2019
Guests: Allyson Pollock, Christian Reilly, Dr. Ali Kadri, Steven Payson, Dr. Tim Coles, Dr. Lee Jones, Lisa McKenzie, Helena Norberg-Hodge, Josh Ryan-Collins, Dr. Justin Schlosberg, Neil Mitchell, Professor Paul Verhaeghe, Peter Ford, Professor Piers Robinson, Professor Steve Keen, Rutger Bregman, Dr. Sarah Gangoli, James Glanville
2018 didn’t fail to deliver… in fact during the year even the most committed newshound’s were begging for some respite from the tsunami of political and economic events.
It was the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson who remarked “sooner or later everyone sits down to a banquet of consequences.” This year has been more of an endless all-you-can-eat buffet.
So on this show at the end of 2018, we take a look back over the year and remember those people who have allowed us to think differently.
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Is it now time for neoclassical economics to be condemned to the dustbin of history?