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Make the study of economics “more sexy”: Chris Bowen

Labor frontbencher Chris Bowen, who has previously been shadow treasurer and before that treasurer, wants the study of economics made “more sexy” to attract more students, especially women, to study it. And he thinks young people’s concerns about climate change...

/ November 19, 2019

Yellow Vests Co-Founder: French, EU Governments Don’t Care About What We Want!

Finally we speak to Priscillia Ludosky, one of the founders of France’s Gilet Jaune (Yellow Vests) movement on the French police’s use of flash-ball riot control guns against protesters, the massive amount of injuries recorded among the Gilets Jaunes protesters,...

/ October 26, 2019

Pink Floyd Co-Founder Roger Waters- Julian Assange’s Persecution Makes Me ASHAMED to be English!

Legendary former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters discusses Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s latest extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court and why it makes him ashamed to be English, why he believes the UK and US are attempting to kill Julian,...

/ October 26, 2019

EP.808: Pink Floyd Co-Founder Roger Waters: The US and UK are Trying to KILL Julian Assange!

On this episode of Going Underground, legendary former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters discusses Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s latest extradition hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court and why it makes him ashamed to be English, why he believes the UK and...

/ October 26, 2019

Looming General Election: Is Boris Johnson Trying to Rig The Vote?

Going Underground’s Deputy Editor Charlie Cooke discusses Boris Johnson’s plan to introduce mandatory voter ID at elections, which many accuse him of being a plot to suppress minority voters. LIKE Going Underground http://fb.me/GoingUndergroundRT FOLLOW Going Underground http://twitter.com/Underground_RT FOLLOW Afshin Rattansi...

/ October 23, 2019

Chris Williamson MP- Julian Assange’s Persecution is of INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE!

We speak to Chris Williamson MP on Assange’s extradition hearing, his motion in the House of Commons to condemn Julian Assange’s treatment, why Julian’s persecution is of international importance, the silence of mainstream media on Julian Assange, the lack of...

/ October 23, 2019

John Pilger- Julian Assange Could Barely Speak in Court!

We speak to legendary journalist and filmmaker John Pilger on Julian Assange’s latest extradition hearing this Monday, which he attended. He discusses how Julian appeared at the trial, the bias of the judge against Julian Assange, the lack of mainstream...

/ October 23, 2019

EP.807: John Pilger- Julian Assange’s Extradition Case is a SHOW TRIAL!

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to legendary journalist and filmmaker John Pilger on Julian Assange’s latest extradition hearing this Monday, which he attended. He discusses how Julian appeared at the trial, the bias of the judge against...

/ October 23, 2019

Katharine Gun: The Whistleblower Who Tried to Stop The Iraq War

We speak to whistleblower Katharine Gun on the film depicting her attempts to stop the Iraq War ‘Official Secrets’, starring Keira Knightley. She discusses how the US tried to spy and blackmail countries in the UN to support the Iraq...

/ October 21, 2019

The iPhone Documentary – The Untold Story

Today it's just so easy to forget how much of a revolution the original iPhone was. In a world where tech reviews complain about bezels on the pixel 4 and small details in a new iPhone, it's important to look...

/ October 18, 2019

Homewreckers: How Wall Street, Banks & Trump’s Inner Circle Used the 2008 Housing Crash to Get Rich

We speak with investigative reporter Aaron Glantz about his new book “Homewreckers,” which looks at the devastating legacy of the foreclosure crisis and how much of the so-called recovery is a result of large private equity firms buying up hundreds...

/ October 15, 2019

How Big is Alibaba? – From School Teacher to Billionaire

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/ October 15, 2019

Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed, Awarded Nobel Prize, Celebrated for “Remarkable Change” in Horn of Africa

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was awarded the 100th Nobel Peace Prize in an announcement Friday morning. The prime minister last year helped broker a historic peace deal between Ethiopia and Eritrea, where leaders of the neighboring countries signed a...

/ October 14, 2019
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Jane Fonda is arrested in D.C. during climate change protest — exactly as she’d planned

https://youtu.be/hUtNYrVOrWs It went just as she’d planned. Jane Fonda was arrested Friday in front of the U.S. Capitol as part of her efforts to join the fight against climate change. “Today, the United States Capitol Police arrested 16 individuals for...

/ October 12, 2019

The Stanford Sexual Assault Case Made Her “Emily Doe.” In New Memoir, Chanel Miller Tells Her Story

We spend the hour with author Chanel Miller speaking about her recently published remarkable memoir, “Know My Name.” The book chronicles how Miller reclaimed her name, her story and her life after being sexually assaulted by Brock Turner, a member...

/ October 11, 2019

Justice for Kaysera: Native Teen’s Mysterious Death Highlights Epidemic of Murdered Indigenous Women

The family of Native American teenager Kaysera Stops Pretty Places is demanding justice after she was found dead in Hardin, Montana, in late August, just two weeks after her 18th birthday. Kaysera was a member of the Crow and Northern...

/ October 10, 2019

Turkey Moves to Crush Rojava, the Kurds’ Radical Experiment Based on Democracy, Feminism & Ecology

As Turkey launches an aerial and ground assault on northern Syria targeting Kurdish-controlled areas, we look at how the offensive threatens the Kurdish region of Rojava with Debbie Bookchin, co-founder of the Emergency Committee for Rojava. She is a journalist...

/ October 10, 2019

After Trump Abandoned Kurds, Turkish Invasion Raises Fear of Kurdish Genocide & ISIS Resurgence

Turkey has launched an aerial and ground assault on northern Syria targeting Kurdish-controlled areas. The offensive began Wednesday, just days after President Trump ordered U.S. troops to fall back from their positions on the Turkish-Syrian border. The Syrian Observatory for...

/ October 10, 2019

Divided Supreme Court Hears Landmark LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination Case

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in three cases that will determine whether LGBTQ people can be fired from their jobs due to their sexual orientation or gender identity. Among the court’s conservative justices, only Neil Gorsuch appeared open...

/ October 9, 2019

Will Chicago Teachers Be Next to Strike? Union Head Speaks Out as Walkout Date Approaches

In Chicago, union leaders and the nation’s third-largest school district are racing to reach an agreement to avert a teachers’ strike authorized to begin later this month. In late September, 25,000 educators voted overwhelmingly to authorize a work stoppage, demanding...

/ October 8, 2019