Best Communism podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Join our exploration of British communism (1917-1991). Listen in to unlikely conversations about the intersections of politics, scholarship and culture.
 
Welcome to Stories of Communusm, a podcast for people of all ages where we explore the realities of life under Communism, as described in the memoirs, stories, and novels created by those suffering under this system over the past century. (Feedback email erik@storiesofcommunism.com).
 
Podcast for Program: The Road from Doo Wop to Revolutionary Communism and the Treasonous Music of Gilad Atzmon In series: The Michael Slate ShowVersion: A rare and unique interview with Bob Avakian about his journey from a middle class life in the Bay Area of Californina to becoming a leading communist theoretician and the chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party; Gilad Atzmon, an Israeli born jazz musician who went into self imposed exile in London as a supporter of Palestinian Liberat ...
 
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We interview Jesus Arzola Vega, who is making a film about the small but growing capitalist movement in modern Cuba. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
Discussing Stanislaw Lem's hilarious sci-fi allegory "The Eleventh Voyage", about a visit to a planet ruled by Communist-like robots. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
Exploring Iris M. Diaz's memoir of living through Cuba's Communist revolution. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
The story of author Maxim Gorky's visit to the Gulag, which began as comedy but ended in tragedy. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
Surprising humor found in underground "samizdat" literature. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
Exploring the system of mass slavery experienced by Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn in the USSR. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
How punishing the productive led to mass starvation in Ukraine. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
How Dostoyevsky predicted the worst abuses of Communism-- half a century before the Russian Revolution. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
The strange, amazing life of Sidney Rittenberg, an American who became part of Mao's Communist Revolution. (Send feeback to erik@storiesofcommunism.com)By erik@storiesofcommunism.com.
 
This is the second part of a two-part interview with Professor of History, Kevin Morgan (Manchester) and Brian Blain (formerly of the Musicians' Union and Morning Star). Brian and Kevin spoke to Elinor Taylor and Henry Stead about Jazz and mainly British Communism. The photo shows Kevin reading. The podcast was recorded on 19 April 2017 in the ...…
 
This is the first part of a two-part interview with Professor of History, Kevin Morgan (Manchester) and Brian Blain (formerly of the Musicians' Union and Morning Star). Brian and Kevin spoke to Elinor Taylor and Henry Stead about the Jazz and British Communism. The photo shows them both. The podcast was recorded on 19 April 2017 in the Institut ...…
 
This is the second part of a two-part interview with Professor of Classics, Richard Seaford (Exeter) and Literary Scholar and Historian, Dr Ben Harker (Manchester). Richard and Ben spoke to Elinor Taylor and Henry Stead about the British communist and Professor of Greek, George Thomson (1903-1987). The photo shows Thomson in the Daily Worker. T ...…
 
This is the first part of a two-part interview with Professor Richard Seaford (Exeter) and Dr Ben Harker (Manchester). Richard and Ben spoke to Elinor Taylor and Henry Stead about the British communist and Professor of Greek, George Thomson (1903-1987). The photo shows the interviewees in the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture at Wes ...…
 
This episode of Conversations on Communism is based on an interview with Helen Lindsay. Helen is a heritage consultant by trade, but she also happens to be the daughter of the Australia-born, British poet Jack Lindsay. She kindly spoke with Henry Stead about her father. This podcast is the forth episode in the Conversations on Communism series ...…
 
This is the final part of a two-part interview with Prof. Colin Chambers, former books editor of the Morning Star and Literary Editor at the Royal Shakespeare Company. He spoke with Elinor Taylor and Henry Stead about his experience of being a member of the CPGB from the late 1960s to the late 1980s. This podcast is the third episode in the Con ...…
 
This is the first part of a two part interview with Prof. Colin Chambers, former books editor of the Morning Star and Literary Editor at the Royal Shakespeare Company. He spoke with Elinor Taylor and Henry Stead about his experience of being a member of the CPGB from the late 1960s to the late 1980s. This podcast is the second episode in the Co ...…
 
Robert Lister speaks to Henry Stead about the Marxist ancient historian Frank Walbank at the British Library 27.10.2016 as part of the 'Conversations on Communsim' series of podcasts for Brave New Classics and Classics Confidential.
 
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