The New Statesman Podcast: Episode Two - The Centenary Special

In a special bumper hour-long episode, we celebrate a hundred years of the New Statesman. Rafael Behr and George Eaton discuss Thatcher's legacy, Philip Maughan and Jonathan Derbyshire take a trip into the magazine's archives, Daniel Trilling, Yiannis Baboulias and Laurie Penny talk about the reaction to austerity in Europe, Will Self makes the case for a pessimistic world view, Helen Lewis and Sophie Elmhirst discuss the magazine's relationship with poetry, we decide whether or not the Left won the 20th century, and Alex Hern tells you what Bitcoin is. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy