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On this week's New Statesman Podcast: Episode Twenty-Two

Political polls, media diversity (or the lack of it) and the Coen Brothers in the New York.

On this week's NS podcast Rafael Behr and George Eaton talk about political polls, Labour and the teachers' strike; Caroline Crampton interviews the founder of Samantha Asumadu; and Philip Maughan talks to Kate Mossman upon her return from two exclusive concerts in New York - Sting and the Coen Brothers.

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