This week we chat to Sirio Canós Donnay. As the Spanish government collapses, could there be new hope for the left in Spain - and what does it mean for the left across Europe?
What's neoliberalism? Is your job bullshit? And just what is Donald Trump up to? Ellie and Owen are asking the big questions with anthropologist and author David Graeber.
This week Owen and Ellie speak to author and comedy script writer John O'Farrell about running for parliament, writing and canvassing for the labour party. Keir the cat features as always!
This week Ellie and Owen tackle the thorny issue of antisemitism in the Labour Party, with special guests journalist Mike Segalov, Annie Cohen of Jewdas and the actor, writer and director David Schneider.
What's the deal with the far right? Should we accept the EU referendum result? And is Ellie pregnant with the child of a French politician? The latest Agitpod tackles these burning questions and more with special guest Gary Younge.
Ellie and Owen are back! This episode features special guest Ash Sarkar, discussing her Question Time appearance, whether Jeremy Corbyn's a spy, and getting a bit philosophical.
On the latest episode of Agitpod, Ellie and Owen chat with comedian Stewart Lee about comedy, politics, social media, and Stew's new show. New episodes fortnightly.
Owen Jones and Ellie Mae O'Hagan discuss the media war against trans rights and trans people with writer and activist Shon Faye. What are trans rights, why is there so much hostility - and can transphobia be defeated?
After a brief hiatus, Ellie and Owen are back to debate the issues of the day. Are the Tories finished? Why are they still polling so well? And what's with the Paradise Papers?
This week they talk about the recent party conferences and the need to not be complacent.
Agitpod gets back to basics for this episode, with Momentum organisers Emma and Joe. What is Momentum? How did it help in the general election? What will it be doing for Labour conference? Are you old if you're 32? We answer these questions and more.