Novara - Season 01

Season 1 of the Novara show on Resonance FM.

S01E001 - Memetics of protest - with Ryan Gallagher and DSG

On this show, the first broadcast of Novara, Aaron Peters is joined in the studio by Ryan Gallagher and DSG as they discuss memetics and protest.

S01E002 - The 'democratic paradox' - discussing the politics of Chantal Mouffe

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by Matt Hall and Guy Aitchison as they discuss the idea of the 'Democratic Paradox' in the work of political theorist Chantal Mouffe.

S01E003 - The 'New College of the Humanities' and the future of UK HE

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by Sean Rillo Racza and Andrew McGettigan as they discuss the future of higher education in the UK after the news that AC Grayling is to head up the 'New College of The Humanities'.

S01E004 - New movements, new unions?

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Mark Bergfeld, Jacob Bard Rosenberg and Donnacha De Long (President of the NUJ). They discuss different and innovative kinds of organising in the context of the Great Recession.

S01E005 - Autonomia – 1968 to the ‘Year of ’77′

An edition of the Novara radio show discussing the history and analysis of the Italian workerist movement, Autonomia and its continued relevance and resonance within anti-austerity movements today with Federico Campagna of Through Europe.

This week, Workerism, Autonomia and Lessons from the Italian Left; What can 2011 learn from Italy in the 1970s - with Federico Campagna from Zed Books.

Novara - a weekly show on Resonance FM discussing political theory, practice and aesthetics. Discussions and interventions will be with workers, theorists, students and activists. Hosted by Aaron Peters.

S01E006 - Struggles in space – the neo-liberal city

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Alex Vasudevan as they discuss the relationship between contemporary social movements, space and ‘neo-liberal’ capitalism.

S01E007 - Strikes, direct action and new technologies

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Simon Behrman and Joss Hands as they discuss the impact of technological change on various protest repertoires and industrial action.

S01E008 - Anarcho-syndicalism – a new world in the shell of the old?

An edition of the Novara radio show discussing anarcho-syndicalism with Joseph Kay of Solidarity Federation.

"Anarcho-syndicalism; a new world in the shell of the old? Joseph Kay - Solfed - talks to Aaron John Peters". http://www.solfed.org.uk/

Novara - a weekly show discussing political theory, practice and aesthetics. Discussions and interventions will be with workers, theorists, students and activists. Hosted by Aaron Peters.

S01E009 - The English riots

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by James Butler and Dan Hancox as they discuss the recent English riots.

S01E010 - The English riots – addendum

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Corinne Dondee, a film student, and two students in further education, Aadam and Boston. They discuss issues of race in relation to the recent English Riots.

S01E012 - Discussing 'occupy everything'

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by James Butler as they discuss recent developments in what was to become the 'Occupy Movement'.

S01E013 - What is the role of the intellectual within crisis?

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Federico Campagna as they discuss the role of the intellectual in relationship to the body politic before focusing on the role of the intellectual (or lack thereof) during the Great Recession.

S01E014 - In discussion with Billy Bragg

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by Billy Bragg.

S01E015 - After the future. In conversation with Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Federico Campagna and Franco Bifo Berardi as they discuss life after the global financial crisis, semiocapitalism and the end of ‘future as utopia’.

S01E016 - Capitalist realism. In discussion with Mark Fisher

An edition of the Novara radio show in discussion with Mark Fisher, the author of 'Capitalist Realism, is there no alternative?', which is out under Zer0 Books and available to read here. As a blogger he writes as K-Punk.

Novara - a weekly show on Resonance FM discussing political theory, practice and aesthetics. Discussions and interventions will be with workers, theorists, students and activists. Hosted by Aaron Peters.

S01E017 - Student movement(s) and Millbank 1 year later

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by James Butler and 'Mediocre Dave' as they look ahead to the November 9th student demonstration and prospects for resistance from students and higher education workers one year after Millbank.

S01E018 - In conversation with 'the real social network'

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by the team behind the 'Real Social Network' documentary.

S01E019 - Pirates of the Niger Delta

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Tim Concannon and Joe Croft as they discuss piracy in the Niger Delta and the Horn of Africa.

S01E020 - Occupy LSX - what is going on?

S01E021 - Occupy, the 15M movement and new directions

On this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by Anthony Barnett as they discuss 'occupy' its relationship to the antecedent 15M movement.

S01E022 - Happy new year. predictions for 2015 – ‘austerity dysphoria’

On this week’s show Aaron Peters and James Butler are joined by Federico Campagna as they discuss possibilities as the Great Recession continues all the way up until, and beyond, the next general election in 2015. The Rise of the Millenariat.

S01E023 - Anarchist practice with the ‘new social movements’ after 1989

On this week’s show Aaron Peters is joined by Saul Newman as they discuss the relationship between anarchist practice and the ‘new social movements’ specifically after 1989.

S01E024 - New media/old media - return of the public?

In this week's show Aaron Peters is joined by Dan Hind as they discuss the future of 'popular' debate within a changing media landscape and the role of new media.

S01E025 - Uneconomics

This week Aaron Peters is joined by Will Davies as they discuss the new 'Uneconomics' debate over at Open Democracy.

S01E026 - The problem with full employment utopias

An edition of the Novara radio show in discussion with Danny Hayward looking at 'Full Work Utopias' and recent variants of vulgar Keynesianism which seek to situate themselves as 'solutions' to the current global financial crisis.

Novara - a weekly show on Resonance FM discussing political theory, practice and aesthetics. Discussions and interventions will be with workers, theorists, students and activists. Hosted by Aaron Peters.

S01E027 - DEBT>DEBT>DEBT

An edition of the Novara radio show talking to David Graeber about debt, its history and the possible future(s) for the debt-riddled countries of the global north.

David Graeber is an anarchist anthropologist and is a lecturer at Goldsmiths University in London. He is the author of 'Debt: The First 5,000 Years' and you can follow him on Twitter at @DavidGraeber.

Novara - a weekly show on Resonance FM discussing political theory, practice and aesthetics. Discussions and interventions will be with workers, theorists, students and activists. Hosted by Aaron Peters.