The Staggers 2 October 2014 On this week’s New Statesman podcast: Episode Sixty-Three The unusual lightness of the Conservative Party Conference, big changes in copyright law and the final work of John Tavener. Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up On this week’s New Statesman podcast: our team return from the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, where they found the party in an oddly buoyant mood despite being four points behind in the polls. Ian Steadman explains the massive change in copyright law that took place this week and Caroline Crampton explains the concept behind the final work of the British composed John Tavener. 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 Sixty-Two’ on audioBoom 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 do journalists keep themselves safe in warzones? Subscribe To stay on top of global affairs and enjoy even more international coverage subscribe for just £1 per month!