Show Hide image Politics 12 June 2014 On this week's New Statesman podcast: Episode Forty-Nine Labour's need to engage the blue-collar vote, NS editor Jason Cowley on why Brazil will be the last authentic World Cup, Baileys Prize-winning novelist Eimear McBride and musician Jerry David DeCicca. Print HTML On this week's New Statesman podcast, George Eaton and Lucy Fisher talk to Caroline Crampton about Labour's need to engage the blue-collar vote, NS editor Jason Cowley explains why Brazil will be the last authentic World Cup tournament, Philip Maughan talks to Baileys and Goldsmiths Prize-winning novelist Eimear McBride, and Yo Zushi interviews Texas-based musician Jerry David DeCicca, frontman of the Black Swans, who plays us out. You can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes here or with this RSS feed: https://audioboo.fm/channels/1814670.rss, or listen using the player below. listen to ‘The New Statesman Podcast: Episode Forty-Nine’ on Audioboo Want to give us feedback on our podcast, or have an idea for something we should cover? Visit newstatesman.com/podcast for more details and how to contact us. › How worried should we be about the rise of ISIS, the group “too extreme” for Al Qaeda? Subscribe More Related articles Owen Smith calls Jeremy Corbyn "a lunatic" Jeremy Corbyn's Virgin video is a Jennifer's Ear for modern times After his latest reshuffle, who’s who on Donald Trump’s campaign team?