On #NovaraFM, James Butler is joined by Grace Blakeley and Ann Pettifor to discuss the decline and fall of Carillion, outsourcing, financialisation – and how to transform public investment in Britain.
Max Shanly and Matt Zarb-Cousin celebrate the completion of Jeremy Corbyn’s Red Army Takeover of the Labour Party. The good times are here, comrades. We also do a bit on Carillion. Enjoy
On the first #NovaraFM of 2018, James Butler and Aaron Bastani discus Brexit, ‘Lexit’ and the progress and potentials of leaving the European Union. Are we all Lexiters now?
Becky Boumelha joins Matt Zarb-Cousin and Max Shanly to talk the serious issue of party democracy after a bit of to-ing and fro-ing on the important matters of the day such as â€œmelt of the weekâ€� â€“ Richard Bransonâ€™s little…
On #NovaraFM, James Butler is joined by three Novara Media editors – Aaron Bastani, Ash Sarkar, and Michael Walker – to look back over 2017’s political highs and lows, successes and failures, breakthroughs and reversals.
On this week’s show, James Butler interviews three experts on Italian politics, economics and history, asking how we should think about Renzi’s defeat, and what’s next for Italy. With David Broder, Lucia Pradella, and John Foot.
In the first of our Novara Explainers, Kerem Osborne Dikerdem tackles grammar schools policy, and its effect on local performance and access.