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Our current episode is an interview with long-time anti-nuclear activist, Mark Dearey. The nuclear power debate has disappeared from Irish discourse in the last decade, even with spikes of interest in the Fukushima disaster, and more recently in the TV show Chernobyl. Mark Dearey brings it back centre stage in all its urgency in this

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Podcast Archive

All our podcast episodes in one place. Episode 22: Mark Dearey on Nuclear Power in Ireland and Britain Listen Episode 21: Bernadette Devlin McAliskey – “A Terrible State o’ Chassis” Listen Episode 20: Seamus Deane on Georg Lukács: Listen Episode 19: Ciara Chambers on Irish Newsreels: Listen Episode 18: Roddy Flynn and Tony Tracy on

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Episode #20: Seamus Deane on Georg Lukács

One of many prophets who forecast the disasters of modernism, but one of the few who did it from the left. Georg Lukács was one of the leading European literary critics of the 20th century. His life story was entangled with the political storms that swept across his native Hungary – communist revolution, reaction, fascism,

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Episode #10: Tina-Karen Pusse on Jordan Peterson, Identity Politics and the Online Culture Wars

The provocative and inflammatory punditry of Jordan Peterson is coming to Ireland. In this interview, Tina-Karen Pusse sketches and critiques the politics of libertarianism and the New Right and anti-feminism that will draw crowds to Dublin’s 3Arena on 14 July. ‘Winning the War of Ideas’ will feature Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, and Douglas Murray.  Anticipating

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