The sort-of thirty-first episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge discuss the current events of ages ago in this long-rumoured, much anticipated, recently unearthed lost demo rarity bootleg thingo from before Knackers was so tragically rendered mute.
The twenty-ninth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge discuss the Australian Economic Miracle*, financialisation, Universal Basic Income, debt forgiveness and much more besides with heterodox economist Professor Steve Keen. * Not a miracle.
The twenty-eighth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge discuss the fantasy of deliberative democracy and the reality of industrial relations with the Australian Greens' candidate for Grayndler, Jim Casey.
The twenty-second episode (don't get too excited, it actually goes for forty-five minutes), in which Knackers and The Vadge talk to those of you who do not find yourselves "digitally excluded" about those who do, and also some fun things.
The seventeenth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge definitely don't squander their time with eminent Marxist scholar Rick Kuhn by focusing on trivialities instead of Marxism, because that would be ridiculous.
The sixteenth episode, wherein Knackers and The Vadge skip school and finally talk with someone who has actually properly engaged with the idea of Historical Materialism; namely, Lee Rhiannon. She's alright, she is.
The somewhat-anticipated fifteenth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge spend an hour introducing comedian Tom Ballard, and then have to leave for a book launch before he gets a chance to say anything.
The fourteenth episode, in which Knackers and The Vadge wittingly embroil themselves in a cash-for-comment scandal by hosting Stephen Jolly from the Victorian Socialists at the behest of a shadowy Patreon donor known only as 'Angus'.