Recent shows have included episodes on Labour and anti-semitism (with Richard Seymour), Xenofeminism (with Patricia Reed), the Windrush scandal (with Will Davies), Silicon Valley and the democratisation of technology (with Wendy Liu), and Jeremy Gilbert on Maurizio Lazzarato and the reception of French theory in the anglophone world.
Upcoming guests and topics include Asad Haider on identity politics, Adam Tooze on the Nazi war economy and the Holocaust, Nisha Kapoor on the War on Terror and the security state, Keir Milburn on 'Acid Corbynism', Kate Pickett on inequality and mental health, and Ian Buchanan on Deleuze & Guattari's Anti-Oedipus.
Whilst the podcast is lots of fun to do it's also pretty labour intensive and there are some associated costs (including purchasing a decent microphone so that I don't sound like I'm recording in the bathroom, Soundcloud hosting, and a subscription to a recording programme for online calls that helps the audio to be notch above skype call quality), but really the main thing is the amount of time spent doing sound editing and preparing for interviews.
If you're a fan of the show and would like to support it any donations would be hugely welcome. Donations will allow me to spend more time on sound editing to create a more professional sounding show, as well as finding and preparing for guests. If the number of patrons reaches the magic number of 200 I will start doing an additional fortnightly podcast that will only be accessible to patrons.