Niall Martin

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FILM: "Into the Fire: the Hidden Victims of Austerity in Greece"

Watch Kate Mara and Guy Smallman's new documentary on migrants in Athens here.<p>About the film:<p><i>In times of severe austerity things look bleak for Greek</i> …

Wu Ming: A band of militant storytellers

The Celluloid Liberation Front speak to the Italian literary collective Wu Ming, whose work draws readers in to exchange, sharing and confrontation.<p>A …

Understanding the Prism leaks is understanding the rise of a new fascism

It is in popular culture that the fraudulent “ideal” of America as morally superior, a “leader of the free world”, has been most effective.<p>In his …

Networks and Undead Institutions – The Crisis of the State-Form?

On this week's show James Butler is joined by Eleanor Saitta as they discuss networks, technology, undead institutions, the state-form and the …

For the Mob

Certain of our esteemed betters who scrape their living together in disreputable papers telling us all what we should think have of late become …

‘Immaterial Labour Isn’t Working’

On this week's edition of Novara James Butler and Aaron Bastani discuss 'immaterial labour', its use as a concept to inform political action and its …

The Crisis of European Centre-Left Parties

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss the crisis of nominally left social democratic parties in Europe since 2008.

The Crapulent Moronism of Will Hutton (Or ‘On Automation’)

On this week's show Aaron Bastani and James Butler discuss automation, value, the secular crisis and the society of work.

The Beach Beneath The Crisis. In Conversation With McKenzie Wark

In Conversation with ‘Wu Ming’

On this week's Novara Aaron Bastani and James Butler talk to two members of the Italian writing collective 'Wu Ming'.