Britain’s Imperial Hangover
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.
Financial Capitalism: The Endgame
On this week’s show we meet Marc Friederich and Matthias Weik – two economists who didn’t succumb to groupthink after the 2008 crash and now see financial capitalism’s end game.
PFI – A Fraud on the People
Successive British governments have used the Private Finance Initiative since the early 90’s to fund infrastructure and public spending – but the scheme has always been controversial.
Never Book a Judge by His Cover
This is the story of a cop who didn’t feel he was getting justice, so in his capacity as someone who could uphold the law, made an arrest he maintains was lawful and paid the price for his actions.
No Man’s Land
For our survival it’s vital that we all treat land, nature and the environment as the source of all our wealth – not a disposable asset of globalisation.
The War for your Mind
How do we break a vicious cycle that allows the media to facilitate the wanton acts of the military industrial complex?
Security Services Cinema – Lights, Camera, Redaction
What effect on society do screenwriters have if their work is being influenced by institutions that push a government narrative?
Rouge Trader! Rogue Nation?
We have managed to locate the rarest of things, namely a banker that actually went to prison for financial malpractice.