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Syriza's anti-austerity victory in Greece – Politics...01/29/15
Helena Smith, Sony Kapoor and Alberto Nardelli join Tom Clark to discuss the Greek election won by the leftwing Syriza party. Plus: what role will data play in the UK general election?Tom ClarkAlberto NardelliSony KapoorHelena SmithPhil Maynard
Guantánamo Diary: Riz Ahmed reads an extract – podcast
Our series of readings from Mohamedou Ould Slahi's account of his internment in Cuba continues as he recalls the relentless American interrogationsJason Phipps
Guantánamo Diary: Benedict Cumberbatch reads an extract – podcast
Our series of readings from Mohamedou Ould Slahi's account of his internment continues as he recalls the pain of receiving a forged letter from his brotherJason Phipps
Guantánamo Diary: Hari Kunzru reads an extract – podcast
Mohamedou Ould Slahi is transferred to another section of the detention camp in the latest of our series of extracts from his Guantánamo Diary, read by Hari Kunzru
Guantánamo Diary: Clarke Peters reads an extract – podcast
Mohamedou Ould Slahi describes his traumatic journey from Iraq to Cuba in the latest of our extracts from his Guantánamo Diary, read by Clarke PetersJason Phipps
Guantánamo Diary: Stanley Tucci reads an extract – podcast
Mohamedou Ould Slahi arrives at the detention camp in the first of a series of extracts from his Guantánamo Diary, read by Stanley TucciJason Phipps
The Green party, NHS and Chilcot – Politics Weekly podcast
Toby Helm, Rowena Mason, Randeep Ramesh and James Mackenzie join Tom Clark to discuss the surge in popularity of the Green party; the political battle over the NHS; and the latest delay to the Chilcot report into the Iraq warTom ClarkRandeep...
Paris, surveillance and TV debates – Politics Weekly podcast
James Ball, Natalie Nougayrède and Michael White discuss the aftermath of the Paris attacks and the clamour for further powers to be granted to the security services. Plus: the debate about pre-election TV debates hots upTom ClarkPhil MaynardNatalie...
Charlie Hebdo, election 2015 and Greece – Politics Weekly podcast
Rafael Behr, Martin Kettle, Anne Perkins and Helena Smith join Tom Clark to discuss the attacks in Paris, the general election campaign and the Greek electionTom ClarkMartin KettleRafael BehrAnne PerkinsHelena SmithPhil Maynard
The race to save Peter Kassig - audio
Listen to the story behind the Guardian's exclusive story on the daring but failed attempt to free American aid worker Peter KassigShiv MalikMustafa KhaliliPhoebe GreenwoodSpencer Ackerman
Politics Weekly podcast: review of 2014
Rafael Behr, Polly Toynbee, Hugh Muir and Severin Carrell join Tom Clark to discuss the year in politicsTom ClarkHugh MuirPolly ToynbeeRafael BehrSeverin CarrellPhil Maynard
CIA torture report – Politics Weekly podcast
James Ball, Julian Borger and Anne Perkins join Tom Clark to discuss the US Senate's report on CIA mistreatment of prisoners in the past decade. Plus: Miliband's deficit reduction plan and the surge in UK food banksTom ClarkJessica KeathJames BallAnne...
George Osborne's autumn statement, Gordon Brown and Jeremy Thorpe –...
Aditya Chakrabortty, Larry Elliott and Michael White join Tom Clark to discuss George Osborne's autumn statement, Gordon Brown's retirement and the death of former Liberal leader Jeremy ThorpeTom ClarkAditya ChakraborttyLarry ElliottMichael White
David Cameron vows to slash migrants' benefits – Politics Weekly podcast
James Ball, Alan Travis and Polly Toynbee join Tom Clark to discuss David Cameron's major speech on immigration and the welfare state. Plus: Severin Carrell looks at new proposals for post-referendum powers for ScotlandTom ClarkJames BallAlan...
Politics Weekly podcast: Mark Reckless wins Rochester for Ukip
Nick Cohen, Gaby Hinsliff and Hugh Muir join Tom Clark to discuss the latest Ukip byelection victory as the major parties struggle to gain a hearing with the publicTom ClarkNick CohenGaby HinsliffHugh MuirPhil Maynard
Is Ed Miliband's leadership in crisis? - Politics Weekly podcast
The politics team also discuss the chaos surrounding parliamentary debate of the EU arrest warrant and look forward to a tricky byelection in Rochester and StroodTom ClarkRafael BehrAnne PerkinsRowena Mason
Tax, immigration and the US midterms: Politics Weekly podcast
Jackie Ashley, Anne Perkins and Polly Toynbee join Tom Clark to discuss the fiscal implications of immigration and the Treasury's plan to send taxpayers a breakdown of where their money goes. Also this week: Dan Roberts in Washington DC on a week to...
Politics Weekly podcast: Scottish Labour, Mediterranean migrants and US...
Libby Brooks, Anne Perkins, Ken Rudin and Martin Kettle join Hugh Muir to discuss Labour's Scottish meltdown, migration across the Mediterranean Sea and the US mid-term electionsHugh MuirMartin KettleLibby BrooksAnne PerkinsPhil Maynard
Politics Weekly podcast: the cost of saving the NHS
Michael White, Anne Perkins and Rafael Behr join Hugh Muir to discuss the plans to reform the NHS, the debate on Britain and the EU and the ill-advised Ukip calypsoHugh MuirMichael WhitePhil MaynardAnne PerkinsRafael Behr
Lord Freud, leaders' TV election debates and devolution – Politics...
Rafael Behr, Polly Toynbee and Toby Helm join Tom Clark to discuss Lord Freud's remarks about disabled people and the minimum wage; leaders' debates and Scottish (and English) devolutionTom ClarkRafael BehrPolly ToynbeeToby HelmPhil Maynard
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