Aufhebunga Bunga-logo

Aufhebunga Bunga

Politics >

More Information

Location:

United Kingdom

Language:

English

Contact:

5511995600889


Episodes

/40/ Centrists Are the Bad Guys ft. David Adler

6/20/2018
More
In which we try to understand why it’s not the extremes, but the centre, that has given up on democracy. David Adler talks to us about his research, and we learn about the centrist tribes: elites, anti-elite populists, and the apathetic. We talk about how we think about political space and what ‘moderate’ really means… maybe that horeshoe needs to be turned upside down? Readings: David Adler in the New York Times:...

Duration:01:17:50

/39/ Geopolitics of the World Cup ft. Karl Sharro & Euan Marshall

6/13/2018
More
In which we talk about the politics of hosting the World Cup + the sublots & intrigues that will animate the tournament: hot and cold wars, Salah’s revenge, Brazil after the 7-1. Featuring lots of hating on Sergio Ramos.

Duration:02:03:28

/38/ The Economics of Exit ft. Thomas Fazi

5/31/2018
More
In which we discuss why the Left should not to be scared of sovereignty: Brexit, Italexit, and Modern Monetary Theory

Duration:01:01:19

/37/ The Ghosts of May ‘68 ft. Catherine Liu

5/16/2018
More
In which we unpick the legacies of 1968 and all that: political fragmentation, the loss of authority, the cult of youth.

Duration:01:05:07

/36/ Portugal: The Soft Whip? ft. Catarina Príncipe

5/2/2018
More
In which we debate whether Portugal really represents an alternative to austerity

Duration:01:23:59

/35/ (Dis)Arm the People? ft. Reid Kane

4/24/2018
More
In which we delve into the gun control debate: are guns really essential for democracy? Plus, the 2018 UK university strike.

Duration:01:11:15

/34/ War Propaganda ft. Tara McCormack

4/18/2018
More
In which we laugh at The Times’ hatchet job with one of its targets & wonder what the West’s endgame is in Syria

Duration:00:36:52

/33/ Hungary’s Illiberal Democracy ft. Tamas Gerocs

4/10/2018
More
In which we unpick another Fidesz’s victory and ask whether neoliberalism in an nationalist-authoritarian shell is the future

Duration:01:09:46

/31/ Woke Neoliberalism ft. James Heartfield

3/14/2018
More
In which we debate the ‘equal opportunities revolution’: how race & gender has changed, in the workplace & beyond

Duration:01:45:10

/29/ Therapeutic Politics ft. Ashley Frawley

2/21/2018
More
In which we ask whether capitalism makes us mentally ill. Also, moral panics & why PC follows political defeats

Duration:00:34:14

/27/ After Zuma ft. Sean Jacobs

1/31/2018
More
In which we explore what Ramaphosa’s South Africa will be like. Plus BRICS, Pan-Africanism, and @AfricasACountry

Duration:01:24:26

/26/ Prometheans United ft. Leigh Phillips

1/27/2018
More
Bonus! In which Leigh stays with us to discuss innovation, automation, UBI… & why the wages are too damn low.

Duration:00:42:26

/25/ Prometheans Unite! ft. Leigh Phillips

1/24/2018
More
In which we discuss environmentalism: how to really be against austerity & why we need democratic planning

Duration:01:48:09

/24/ #IranProtest ft. Arash Azizi

1/10/2018
More
In which we learn the extent to which the protests challenge the Islamic Republic itself. Also, why such little support from the Western Left?

Duration:00:47:11

/23/ Bonus - 2017: Year in Review

12/29/2017
More
In which we hand out the prizes that really matter - the golden Bungas.

Duration:00:29:38

/22/ Sport & Scandal

12/27/2017
More
In which we discuss Fifa, football and corruption. Also why doping, diving and cheaing is actually good.

Duration:01:23:01

/21/ Be Normie ft. Angela Nagle

12/13/2017
More
In which we take on morality, ethics, identity, and solidarity… and that Internet everyone’s always going on about.

Duration:00:34:35

/20/ The Coup in Zimbabwe

12/1/2017
More
In which we do the big picture of the coup. With deep context from David Moore & the political goings-on from Chipo Dendere.

Duration:00:43:48

/19/ New Clarity? ft. Michael Brooks

11/29/2017
More
In which we chat new alt-media, the US left, and Trump’s Middle East policy

Duration:00:44:24