Ruby Wax on why we are more "frazzled" than ever, re-visiting her past interviews and her closure with Louis Theroux
Rosie Jones on being a disabled, gay, northern woman in comedy
Lin-Manuel Miranda on Jonathan Larson’s legacy, diversity in the arts and where America is now
Jon Snow on his life, finding a sense of right and wrong and always seeking the truth
Pauline Campbell on the Windrush scandal, changing your career late in life and racism in Britain today
Benjamin Bratton on why Covid should change the way we think and on why he hates Ted talks
Steven Pinker on rationality during an epidemic of unreason, teaching tools of reason and debating an irrational people
Yuval Noah Harari on the origins of racism, the future of Israel and the dangers of AI
Shon Faye on the liberation of transgender people, the problems with the trans ‘debate’ and choosing to save her own life
Steve Van Zandt on being Bruce Springsteen's right-hand man, The Beatles and his disillusion with American politics
Lady Hale on the historical prorogation case, widening access to the law and whether we should televise court cases
Indra Nooyi on being the former CEO of PepsiCo, women in business and working from home
KAMILLE on fame, self-image, and Black women in music
Carl Cox on over 30 years of DJ'ing, the British rave scene and performing in Parliament
I really like this one, feels very profound but he also makes fun of his own thinking.
hello, cm u please talk over Afghanistan refugees these escape from Taliban, the Terrorist who kills civilians. thanks
lil complete bs
I completely agree, I think it would greatly reduce the number of reoffenders. I personally think that the definition of "prisons" can be changed. It can mean being in a place that is safe from the public, but emulates the real world. I'm 24 and I think a lot of young people would agree with this. Great podcast, thank you.
I appreciate you feel the need to counter every proposition with some countervailing argument because it is part of some establishment set protocol Krishnan, but is there no subject where so called balance, giving equal exposure or equivalent consideration to two sides (questionable definition and category mistake aside) of an argument is just plain silly? You start to sound like a defender of big tech in this podcast, and frankly they don't need it. Nor is it sensible one of their invested experts be given the right to reply in a podcast of his own. Leaving polite comment aside , PICK A FUCKING SIDE!, because those forces set against democracy, justice (social, judicial, younameit) have, and they are winning. If not, look forward to hearing BNP spokesman given opportunity to expound in reasonable, chatty tone on the validity of racism in future podcast.
Awesome and inspiring
I love this. I think he's right, education in poetry would be highly beneficial in giving voices to children and their circumstances, being less about studying others and more about setting their voice, finalizing it and performing their perspective on the world, making it a teachable moment. Eye opening perspective on the government and their reaction to gang crime too and what can be done. Thank you.
Google manages to dodge qustions about tax and profits as in real life....if they were a force for good they should pay more tax and contribute to the services our electorate decide on!
Very brave man.. what an amazing story to tell x
Well done, Rachel. Don't be cowed.
"when a cis woman barks at me".. is such a misogynistic thing to say, especially by a trans person.
I genuinely really adored listening to her. She seems like a wonderful role model; hardworking, triumphant at overcoming her past and purely hopeful and thankful. Thank you for this.
Loved listening to this. She's an inspiration.
inspiring on many levels
favourite podcast! great choice of guests, always fascinating and a warm interview to listen to.
2 remoaners in a row come on c4 let's think about some balance... Lammy then Albarn
So basically if things go well it's due to Brexit, if things go badly it's due to a myriad of factors. Shirking all responsibility.