Can the left talk about what it means to be human – and should it? And what does it mean to live an anti-fascist life? Listen here
Paul Mason discusses Clear Bright future on NZ Radio’s Nine til Noon
Giles Fraser chats with journalist, film-maker and author Paul Mason about his musical family, why neoliberalism killed culture and the socialist ideal of cricket on a summer’s evening.
David Runciman and Helen Thompson talk to Paul Mason about his new book Clear Bright Future – a radical defence of the human being in the age of digital transformation and a call to political action. The book covers a lot of ground and so do we: Trump and Nietzsche, machine learning and network effects, climate change and neoliberalism, secular humanism and Christian Enlightenment. But no Brexit! A conversation about the biggest political choices we face and the deep philosophical questions that lie behind them.
In a four-part radio documentary for BBC Radio 4, Paul Mason tells the story of the British cotton industry. All four episodes here. First broadcast June 2007.
Edinburgh University Informatics Forum, 12 March 2019. Click here for audio.