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.