The New Statesman runs four regular podcasts: The New Statesman Podcast with Helen Lewis and Stephen Bush covering politics, SRSLY with Caroline Crampton and Anna Leszkiewicz on pop culture, The Back Half with Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman covering the arts and Skylines with Jonn Elledge covering transport, housing and other urban issues.
Every Thursday, 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.
You can subscribe to the podcast through iTunes here or with this RSS feed. You can also listen via Stitcher here.
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On the New Statesman's weekly pop culture podcast (new episodes every Tuesday), Caroline Crampton and Anna Leszkiewicz give all the latest TV, films, books, albums and games the serious treatment you didn't even know they needed.
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Join Tom Gatti and Kate Mossman for the best of the New Statesman's arts and books pages, in your ears every Wednesday.
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Laurie and Eleanor Penny have a lot in common. A love of politics, feminism, fiction and philosophy. An obsession with Blackadder, Rocky Horror and red pandas. Oh, and — parents. Each week they’ll unpick one controversial idea in the modern political conversation. This is the secret feminist agenda for world domination that the internet warned you about.
Listen using the player below, subscribe in iTunes here, on Android here or using this RSS feed: rss.acast.com/thesisterhood.
Skylines is the podcast from the New Statesman's urbanism website, Citymetric. On it, Jonn Elledge and guests discuss the politics and working of cities, and test the contention that maps are a great subject for radio.
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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.