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2 June 2016

The NS Podcast #151: Vice, votes and videogames

The New Statesman podcast.

By New Statesman

This week, Helen and Stephen get to grips with Jeremy Corbyn’s Vice News documentary. Together they probe Labour’s media strategy and query whether Ed Miliband should come back. Then, from documentaries to dragons, the parliamentary recess provides an excuse to tackle role-playing videogames – and question why politics fans are often into world-building? You also ask us: when will Bernie Sanders accept that he is not going to win? (Helen Lewis, Stephen Bush).

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