The New Statesman runs two weekly podcasts: for details of The New Statesman podcast, covering politics, policy and the arts, hosted by Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush, see below.
For our pop culture podcast, SRSLY, hosted by Caroline Crampton and Anna Leszkiewicz, see newstatesman.com/srsly.
For information about the one-off Hidden Histories series, "The Great Forgetting: women writers before Austen", read this.
And for our special New Times series, featuring John Gray, Paul Mason and other guests, click here.
Every week, the New Statesman podcast brings you our signature mix of opinion, features, reviews and humour. If you have queries or ideas for the podcast, please tweet Helen on @helenlewis and/or Stephen on @stephenkb.
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