A May Day story: the Rank and File Teachers’ Organisation in 1980s Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Author: Derek Johnson
Kaiju Cycle 3: Three Weddings and Countless Funerals
An update on the emergence of real-life kaiju in our timeline, including the formation of three new pairs: two Protectors, two Destroyers, and two Sapphic scientists.
Episode: The Author is Undead – Audience interpretation and authorial intent
This month we discuss authorial intent and audience interpretation, then review Godzilla vs Kong.
Bonus: Godzilla Vs Kong review
We discuss Godzilla vs Kong, with guest kaiju superfan Jase Short.
Kaiju Cycle 2: Emu War II: First Blood
An update on the emergence of real-life kaiju in our timeline, including the clash between the North American Bird of Prey and Australian Mega-Dromaius, a decisive battle in Emu War II.
Syrian Revolution 10th anniversary bonus – Razan Ghazzawi interview
On the 10th anniversary of the Syrian Revolution, we interview exiled Syrian-Palestinian scholar-activist Razan Ghazzawi.
Bonus Episode: Byron Clark on the far right in Aotearoa/New Zealand
On the second anniversary of the March 15th Christchurch terrorist attack, we host a talk by video essayist Byron Clark on the state of the far right in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Bonus Episode: Lebanese, US and Latin American movements
Lebanese Canadian writer and activist Jade Saab speaks about the Lebanese and regional uprisings, while Mexican-American socialist speaks about social movements in the US and Latin America.
Bonus Episode: Veteran activist Sue Bradford on left organisational futures in Aotearoa/New Zealand
A talk from the annual conference of Fightback Aotearoa/Australia: veteran Aotearoa/New Zealand activist Sue Bradford on organisational futures for the left.
Episode: Is Free Speech Racist?
We interview Irish scholar-activist Gavan Titley on his book Is Free Speech Racist?