Reasons Revisited

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 Mar 26, 2022

Balmusico
 Feb 19, 2022
Good themes, but they are so irritating! Like a pair of moronic DJs


 Jan 28, 2020


 Apr 26, 2019

Anton
 Apr 9, 2019
Both entertaining and full of thoughtful and refreshing ideas.

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An occasional series revisiting conversations and ideas from Reasons to be Cheerful (2017-2024), formerly hosted by ex-Labour Party leader Ed Miliband, and Sony Award-winning radio presenter Geoff Lloyd.




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Episode Date
LABOUR'S FIRST MOVES: Rachel Reeves' National Wealth Fund
Jul 12, 2024
ED & GEOFF HAVE LEFT THE CHATTEROO
May 28, 2024
TOMORROW: THE CHATTEROO STOPS HERE
May 26, 2024
CHATTEROO #25 - Cicada Ardor
May 19, 2024
CHATTEROO #24 - with Lauren Child
May 13, 2024
CHATTEROO #23 WILL HUTTON - This Time No Mistakes
May 06, 2024
CHATTEROO #22
Apr 28, 2024
CHATTEROO #21 England: Seven Myths That Changed a Country - And How To Set Them Straight
Apr 22, 2024
CHATTEROO #20
Apr 14, 2024
CHATTEROO #19
Apr 07, 2024
CHATTEROO #18 - Breaking The Habit(uation)
Mar 31, 2024
CHATTEROO #17
Mar 25, 2024
CHATTEROO #16
Mar 18, 2024
CHATTEROO #15
Mar 11, 2024
CHATTEROO #14
Mar 04, 2024
CHATTEROO #13
Feb 26, 2024
CHATTEROO #12
Feb 19, 2024
CHATTEROO #11
Feb 12, 2024
CHATTEROO #10
Feb 05, 2024
CHATTEROO #9
Jan 29, 2024
CHATTEROO #8
Jan 22, 2024
CHATTEROO #7 with climate scientist Emily Shuckburgh
Jan 15, 2024
CHATTEROO #6
Jan 08, 2024
... AND A CHATTEROO YEAR (with Ben Ansell)
Jan 01, 2024
A CHRISTMAS CHATTEROO
Dec 25, 2023
CHATTEROO #5
Dec 18, 2023
CHATTEROO #4
Dec 11, 2023
CHATTEROO #3
Dec 04, 2023
CHATTEROO #2
Nov 27, 2023
CHATTEROO #1
Nov 20, 2023
So long and thanks for all the cheerfulness: an end and a beginning...
Nov 13, 2023
More power to you: how we can all help to make a change
Nov 06, 2023
Turning the tide: how Poland defeated the populists
Oct 30, 2023
Taking the plunge: the open water swimming boom
Oct 22, 2023
Reasons Revisited: The Four Day Week
Oct 20, 2023
Going Infinite with Michael Lewis: the story of Sam Bankman-Fried
Oct 15, 2023
Reasons Revisited: Parental Leave
Oct 13, 2023
How to create meaningful change with Gina Martin and Ben Hurst
Oct 08, 2023
Reasons Revisited: The Living Wage
Oct 06, 2023
From school assembly to climate assembly: the children changing democracy
Oct 01, 2023
Reasons Revisited: On the buses
Sep 29, 2023
6th anniversary special: Comfort Eating with Grace Dent
Sep 24, 2023
Reasons Revisited: Rent Control
Sep 22, 2023
Apocalypse (not) now: is AI an existential threat?
Sep 17, 2023
Reasons Revisited: Beyond GDP
Sep 15, 2023
It's fun to stay at the YHA: who gets to access the outdoors?
Sep 10, 2023
Loss, love and a calling to nature: Ben Goldsmith
Sep 03, 2023
The hidden story of Chinese food: Fuchsia Dunlop
Aug 27, 2023
How to fix the broken food system: Henry Dimbleby
Aug 20, 2023
What about men?: Caitlin Moran
Aug 13, 2023
How to end our very British culture war: Sunder Katwala
Aug 06, 2023
Throwing shade: why you’ll never take trees for granted again
Jul 30, 2023
Fields of Dreams: how music festivals moved from the margins to the mainstream
Jul 23, 2023
Never stopped us dreaming: the rise of women’s football
Jul 16, 2023
Driven to distraction: can we resist the attention economy?
Jul 09, 2023
Freewheeling: how to embrace the bicycle boom
Jul 02, 2023
Will there be a Hollywood ending? why the writers are on strike
Jun 25, 2023
The People's Plan for Nature: how re-imagining our democracy could save nature
Jun 18, 2023
Live at the RSC Part 2: the return of the Doctor
Jun 11, 2023
Live at the RSC Part 1: the fight for better climate education in our schools
Jun 04, 2023
Business as (un)usual: can people and planet really come before profit?
May 28, 2023
Reasons to be Letchworth: what can we learn from the garden city movement?
May 21, 2023
But what can I do?: a conversation with Alastair Campbell
May 14, 2023
Thank you, next: breaking up with the job for life
May 07, 2023
How to build a fairer society: does this 20th century philosopher have the answer?
Apr 30, 2023
A basic income for the arts: how Ireland is changing the game
Apr 23, 2023
Back to nature: how can farming be sustainable?
Apr 16, 2023
Not too late: why there’s still time to act on the climate crisis
Apr 09, 2023
Who’s afraid of the kleptocrats?: cleaning up corruption
Apr 02, 2023
Reading Revival: why the bookshop is back
Mar 26, 2023
Bridging the divides: the world of modern diplomacy
Mar 20, 2023
Gary Younge Interview: Mandela, Trump, Obama and Black Lives Matter
Mar 13, 2023
Bernie Sanders Interview: baseball, capitalism and mitten memes
Mar 06, 2023
Full steam ahead: the resurgence of international train travel
Feb 27, 2023
Laying down the law: can litigation hold climate culprits to account?
Feb 20, 2023
Beyond the nepo baby: the deep drivers of social mobility
Feb 13, 2023
‘It’s not weird or morbid’: how confronting death can give us hope
Feb 06, 2023
Should you fight for your right to party?
Jan 30, 2023
Is this the future of humanity?
Jan 23, 2023
How to talk to a climate denier
Jan 16, 2023
How to fix our education system
Jan 09, 2023
Owning the future
Jan 02, 2023
The Reasons to be Cheerful Top 10 of 2022
Dec 26, 2022
2022 Christmas Crackers with Ed and Geoff
Dec 19, 2022
Social workers for social justice
Dec 12, 2022
How do we fix our broken economy?
Dec 05, 2022
Nothing about us without us
Nov 28, 2022
It’s cheaper to save the planet than destroy it
Nov 21, 2022
What can I do?
Nov 14, 2022
The art of persuasion with Anand Giridharadas
Nov 10, 2022
A whole new ball game
Nov 07, 2022
Professor Nicola Rollock
Oct 31, 2022
The middle-out moment
Oct 23, 2022
Home sweet (social) home
Oct 16, 2022
Investment for the people
Oct 09, 2022
Pain and prejudice
Oct 02, 2022
What just happened?! with Marina Hyde
Sep 25, 2022
David and Goliath
Sep 19, 2022
On common ground
Sep 11, 2022
Character education, education, education
Sep 04, 2022
Getting clarity on charity
Aug 28, 2022
Four Thousand Weeks: Oliver Burkeman
Aug 21, 2022
The Sound of Being Human: Jude Rogers
Aug 14, 2022
The Future of Food: How to achieve radical change with George Monbiot
Aug 07, 2022
Things Can Only Get Better: Professor Brian Cox
Jul 31, 2022
Plastic Not Fantastic: global, national and local approaches to tackle plastic pollution
Jul 24, 2022
Cabinet of Chaos
Jul 17, 2022
HOLDING OUT FOR A ZERO: assessing the UK’s climate progress
Jul 10, 2022
RTBC AT EPISODE 250: how museums shape our society
Jul 03, 2022
BREAKING THE MOULD: Ed and Geoff explore the hidden world of fungi
Jun 26, 2022
PRISON BREAK: Alternatives for women in the justice system
Jun 19, 2022
FROM PHILANTHROPY TO JUSTICE: what the wealthy can contribute to society
Jun 12, 2022
Andrea Elliott: Invisible Child
Jun 05, 2022
ALL ROADS LEAD TO ROAM: Making nature accessible to everyone
May 29, 2022
MIND THE (HEALTH) GAP: The postcode lottery of life
May 22, 2022
BRAIN POWER: Disentangling the narratives around dyslexia
May 15, 2022
DON'T CHANGE THE CHANNEL: the case against C4 privatisation
May 08, 2022
THE CHILDCARE CRUNCH - The Hidden Cost of Living Crisis
May 01, 2022
FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS: Learning from the US campaigns to organise at Amazon and Starbucks
Apr 24, 2022
WILD CITY: Uncovering urban wildlife with Florence Wilkinson and the Urban Birder David Lindo
Apr 17, 2022
WATCH ALL ABOUT IT! News for children as Newsround turns 50
Apr 10, 2022
I QUIT? - The real story behind the ‘Great Resignation’
Apr 03, 2022
CRY ME A RIVER: How to save the UK’s rivers
Mar 27, 2022
BACK IN THE FRONT ROW: Cinema bounces back and Fiona Shaw talks Killing Eve spinoffs
Mar 21, 2022
HERE COMES THE SUN: storing clean energy
Mar 14, 2022
DAVID RUNCIMAN: TALKING ‘TALKING POLITICS’, POLITICS
Mar 07, 2022
ACT NOW: Recognising British Sign Language in the UK
Feb 28, 2022
WARM HOMES FOR ALL: Tackling Britain's fuel poverty crisis
Feb 21, 2022
ANXIETY AND AGENCY: How to respond to eco-anxiety in the face of climate change
Feb 14, 2022
MAGISTRATES: the volunteers presiding over criminal courts
Feb 07, 2022
MAGIC ROUNDABOUT: why we need the circular economy
Jan 31, 2022
JON RONSON :The author, journalist and documentary maker talks to Ed and Geoff about his new series ‘Things Fell Apart’
Jan 24, 2022
DOT THE “I”S AND CROSS THE NFTs: the Wild West of crypto or an opportunity for change
Jan 17, 2022
BACK TO NATURE: tackling the biodiversity and climate crises
Jan 10, 2022
JACK FOR GOOD: Rewriting the script on disability with Jack Thorne
Jan 03, 2022
THE REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL 2021 TOP TEN
Dec 27, 2021
WE WISH YOU A-M-A* XMAS 2021 (*Ask Me Anything with Ed and Geoff)
Dec 20, 2021
FIRST THEY IGNORE YOU: Part Four - The fight for a minimum wage
Dec 13, 2021
FIRST THEY IGNORE YOU: Part Three - The Fight For Race Equality in the UK
Dec 06, 2021
FIRST THEY IGNORE YOU: Part Two - Building Nordic gender equality
Nov 29, 2021
FIRST THEY IGNORE YOU: part one—- the creation of the NHS
Nov 22, 2021
217. ONE STOP COP (26) SHOP: the verdict
Nov 15, 2021
216. YOUR ONE-STOP COP(26): One week in
Nov 08, 2021
215. FOLLOW THE (CITY) LEADER: the power of local action on the climate crisis
Oct 31, 2021
214. PALACES FOR THE PEOPLE: the future of public libraries
Oct 24, 2021
213. WOULDN’T IT BE NICE IF WE WERE OLDER: creating age-friendly communities
Oct 18, 2021
212. WARMER HOMES AND LOWER BILLS: time to get retrofit
Oct 10, 2021
211. WHO GETS ON IN MODERN BRITAIN: breaking the class ceiling
Oct 03, 2021
210. HAVE I GOT TOOZE FOR YOU: Adam Tooze on Covid, climate & learning from history
Sep 26, 2021
209. THE RISE OF ROBO-BOSSES: reining in algorithmic management
Sep 19, 2021
208. THE FUTURE OF MONEY: from cryptocurrency to the decline of cash
Sep 12, 2021
207. BORN TO REWILD
Sep 05, 2021
206. COUNTDOWN TO THE CLIMATE SUMMIT #4: What can we all do?
Aug 29, 2021
205. COUNTDOWN TO THE CLIMATE SUMMIT #3: What needs to happen?
Aug 22, 2021
204. COUNTDOWN TO THE CLIMATE SUMMIT #2: What are the stakes?
Aug 15, 2021
203. COUNTDOWN TO THE CLIMATE SUMMIT #1: How did we get here?
Aug 08, 2021
202. REASONS TO BE WELSH (Rhesymau i fod yn Gymreig)
Aug 01, 2021
201. SECRETS AND LIDOS: the people-powered pool movement
Jul 25, 2021
200. PUTTING FAIRNESS AT THE HEART OF THE GREEN TRANSITION
Jul 18, 2021
199. STRAIGHT TO VOICEMAIL: the right to disconnect from work
Jul 11, 2021
198. A DECENT LIFE FOR ALL: the case for a new social guarantee
Jul 04, 2021
197. GO BIG #4: How We Can All Make Change Happen
Jun 27, 2021
196. GO BIG #3: A Big Idea to Repair Our Democracy
Jun 20, 2021
195. GO BIG #2: A Big Idea to Rethink the Economy
Jun 13, 2021
194. GO BIG #1: A Big Idea for Gender Equality
Jun 06, 2021
BONUS: ED’S WRITTEN A BOOK! (exclusive audiobook extract)
Jun 02, 2021
193. THE CASE FOR BIG CHANGE: and building the coalitions to make it happen
May 30, 2021
192. TICKET TO RIDE: buses, Burnham and public control
May 23, 2021
191. PRESTONOMICS: taking back control of local economies
May 16, 2021
190. THE PREMONITION: a conversation with Michael Lewis
May 09, 2021
189. IT’S COMING HOME: could fan ownership save football?
May 02, 2021
188. THE DREAM NOT JUST THE NIGHTMARE: a vision for tackling the environmental crisis
Apr 25, 2021
187. RETHINKING INFRASTRUCTURE: the case for social investment
Apr 18, 2021
186. LEARNING FROM THE WORLD’S HAPPIEST COUNTRY: Reasons to be Finnish
Apr 12, 2021
185. WHAT'S THE GIG IDEA?: fair work in the platform economy
Apr 04, 2021
184. REASONS TO BE PLAYFUL: protecting children’s right to play
Mar 28, 2021
183 and a half. Michael Rosen on his recovery from Covid
Mar 26, 2021
183. MEETING THE JOE-MENT: could the Biden presidency be transformational?
Mar 22, 2021
182. OFFICE POLITICS: the future of the workplace
Mar 15, 2021
181. PARKS AND REC: green space for all
Mar 08, 2021
180. A NEW BEVERIDGE REPORT: remaking the welfare state
Mar 01, 2021
179 and a half. OUT OF THE ORDINARY: Marc Stears on the politics of everyday life
Feb 26, 2021
179. GENERATION RENTIER: fixing a broken economic model
Feb 22, 2021
178. YOU'RE NEVER TOO OLD: a lifelong learning revolution
Feb 15, 2021
177. PB OR NOT PB: participatory budgeting to give citizens control
Feb 08, 2021
176 and a half. BONUS EPISODE - THE MEN WHO STARE AT OATS: Encouraging middle-aged men to adopt a more climate-friendly, plant-based diet.
Feb 05, 2021
176. WHO BUILDS WINDMILLS OFF THE SEA SHORE: lessons from Denmark on offshore wind
Feb 01, 2021
175. LIVE LONG AND PROSPER: learning from the world’s longevity hotspots
Jan 25, 2021
174. ACCOUNT(ABILITY) SUSPENDED: who governs online speech?
Jan 18, 2021
173. TIME CONTROL: a flexible working future
Jan 11, 2021
172. BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND: Dale Vince on green energy, vegan football & sky diamonds
Jan 04, 2021
171. THE REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL 2020 CHART SHOW
Dec 28, 2020
170. WE WISH YOU A-M-A* CHRISTMAS (*Ask Me Anything with Ed and Geoff)
Dec 21, 2020
169. WESTMINSTER DOESN’T KNOW BEST: time to give power away
Dec 14, 2020
168. BEYOND THE LEAN MEAN GOVERNING MACHINE: reimagining the state
Dec 07, 2020
167. YOU’VE BEEN FRAMED: shaping the political conversation
Nov 30, 2020
166. TO B(CORP) OR NOT TO B: a different way of doing business
Nov 23, 2020
165. SHAKE IT LIKE A POLARISED PICTURE: bridging political divides
Nov 16, 2020
164. DUMP DONALD, SAVE THE WORLD: the road to COP26
Nov 09, 2020
163. DATA, MINE: taking back control from Big Tech
Nov 02, 2020
162. HOW MOVEMENTS CHANGE THE WORLD
Oct 26, 2020
161. SWEET STREAMS AREN’T MADE OF THIS: what about the musicians?
Oct 18, 2020
160. SQUAD SAVE AMERICA: from Ilhan Omar to the Sunrise Movement
Oct 11, 2020
159. CTRL ALT-LABOUR: organising in the modern workplace
Oct 04, 2020
158. THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL: the dark side of meritocracy
Sep 27, 2020
157. WHY DID IT TAKE A PANDEMIC?: valuing the everyday economy
Sep 20, 2020
156. BOND BABY BOND: guaranteeing an inheritance for all
Sep 13, 2020
155. WHO RUN THE WORLD: Julia Gillard on women in politics
Sep 06, 2020
154. LIVING BETTER: a conversation with Alastair Campbell
Aug 30, 2020
153. MY NAME IS WHY: a conversation with Lemn Sissay
Aug 23, 2020
152. ABOLISH SILICON VALLEY: a conversation with Wendy Liu
Aug 16, 2020
151. SEX, POWER, MONEY: a conversation with Sara Pascoe
Aug 09, 2020
150. 150 NOT OUT: so what have we learned?
Aug 02, 2020
149. WE BUILT THIS CITY ON BIKES AND STROLLS
Jul 26, 2020
148. CUTTING ZUCK’S BUCKS: can an ad boycott change Facebook?
Jul 19, 2020
147. CHILDCARE MATTERS: learning lessons from lockdown
Jul 12, 2020
146. NO ONE SHOULD GO HUNGRY: tackling the scandal of food poverty
Jul 05, 2020
145. THE SHOW MUST GO ON: why we need to save the arts
Jun 28, 2020
144. WE ARE OUR HISTORY: time to understand our past
Jun 21, 2020
143. NO WORKER LEFT BEHIND: planning a just transition
Jun 14, 2020
142. BLACK LIVES MATTER
Jun 07, 2020
141 and a half. ORDER ORDER: in conversation with John Bercow
Jun 04, 2020
141. THE ZOOM WHERE IT HAPPENS: building a digital society for all
May 31, 2020
140. MOBILISING A ZERO CARBON ARMY: green jobs for young people
May 24, 2020
139. A MISSION FOR SORTITION: citizens’ assemblies & the climate crisis
May 17, 2020
138. PEOPLE ARE GOOD: a truly radical idea
May 10, 2020
137. TACKLING ROUGH SLEEPING: why does it take a pandemic?
May 03, 2020
136. STRINGS ATTACHED: designing better bailouts
Apr 26, 2020
135. THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING?: learning from crises of the past
Apr 19, 2020
134. A GREEN RECOVERY: the case for a climate stimulus
Apr 12, 2020
133. IN THIS TOGETHER: global cooperation on a global crisis
Apr 05, 2020
132. LOOKING OUT FOR OUR KIDS: steering children through difficult times
Mar 29, 2020
131 and a half. WHAT ABOUT THE SELF-EMPLOYED?
Mar 25, 2020
131. WHATEVER IT TAKES: economics in times of crisis
Mar 23, 2020
130. COME FARM WITH ME: a sustainable future for food and land
Mar 16, 2020
129. YOU SAY YOU WANT SOME DEVOLUTION: a radical plan for giving power away
Mar 09, 2020
128. WHY CAN’T I GET MY PHONE REPAIRED?: fighting the tech giants
Mar 02, 2020
127. MAN ENOUGH: promoting positive masculinity
Feb 24, 2020
126. THE FOUR DAY FUTURE: building a movement for shorter working hours
Feb 17, 2020
125. WALK THIS WAY
Feb 10, 2020
124. I'LL HAVE MY CHICKEN UNCHLORINATED PLEASE: a progressive vision for trade
Feb 03, 2020
123. OIL SEE YOU IN COURT: suing the climate culprits
Jan 27, 2020
Introducing: Cheerful Book Club
Jan 23, 2020
122. SCHOOL OF ROCKING THE BOAT: training the activists of tomorrow
Jan 20, 2020
121. THE SKY’S THE LIMIT: reining in the fat cat pay gap
Jan 13, 2020
120. ON FIRE: in conversation with Naomi Klein
Jan 06, 2020
119. THE REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL 2019 CHART SHOW
Dec 30, 2019
118. CHEERFUL OFFICE XMAS PARTY
Dec 23, 2019
117. WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Dec 16, 2019
116. YOU HAVE TO VOTE: the case for compulsory participation
Dec 09, 2019
115. GOING BACK TO MY GRASSROOTS: the return of the ground campaign
Dec 02, 2019
114. A VOTE FOR THE PLANET: making this the climate election
Nov 25, 2019
113. WHY AM I SEEING THIS AD: regulating campaigns in the digital age
Nov 18, 2019
Cheerful Election Daily Preview - 27 DAYS TO GO - NHS distractions and speedier connections
Nov 15, 2019
112. THE ELECTION WILL BE TELEVISED: leaders’ debates and democracy
Nov 11, 2019
111. UNIVERSAL JOBS GUARANTEE: 21st century full employment
Nov 04, 2019
110. (F)AIR MILES: the case for a frequent flyer tax
Oct 28, 2019
109. FAKE IT ‘TIL YOU BREAK IT: challenging the spread of disinformation
Oct 20, 2019
108. KEEP IT CIVIL (AND DISOBEDIENT): the power of non-violent direct action
Oct 13, 2019
107. WHEN THEY GO LOW, WE GO HIGH (STREET)
Oct 06, 2019
106. BACK TO THE FUTURE: representing the coming generations
Sep 29, 2019
105. SWEET CHILD(CARE) OF MINE: investing in universal provision
Sep 22, 2019
104. MISSING MILLIONS: time for automatic voter registration
Sep 15, 2019
103. THE HOUSE ALWAYS WINS: addressing the gambling crisis
Sep 08, 2019
102. EMPIRE STATE OF MIND: overhauling the history we teach
Sep 01, 2019
101. (NET) ZERO TO HERO: tackling the climate emergency
Aug 25, 2019
100. LIVE AT ABBEY ROAD: fixing music education
Aug 18, 2019
99. WRITTEN IN THE STARS: the argument for a codified constitution
Aug 11, 2019
98. SMELLS LIKE COMMUNITY SPIRIT: bridging the intergenerational divide
Aug 04, 2019
97. TREEDISTRIBUTION: shrubtastic reasons to plant
Jul 28, 2019
96. TIL DEBT DO US PART: the case for personal debt write-off
Jul 21, 2019
Cheerful Book Club: The Three Dimensions of Freedom by Billy Bragg
Jul 19, 2019
95. SCHOOL’S OUT: time for LGBT-inclusive education
Jul 14, 2019
94. A QUESTION OF SPORT: the fight for gender equality
Jul 07, 2019
93. ELECTRIC DREAMS: the end of the petrol and diesel vehicle
Jun 30, 2019
Cheerful Book Club: Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge
Jun 27, 2019
92. BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER: the case for social ownership
Jun 23, 2019
91. WHO’S AFRAID OF GDP?: shifting to a wellbeing economy
Jun 16, 2019
Cheerful Book Club: How to Fail by Elizabeth Day
Jun 12, 2019
90. THIS LAND IS OUR LAND
Jun 09, 2019
89. DOING RIGHT BY OLDER PEOPLE: free personal care for all
Jun 02, 2019
88. THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA (ONCE): tackling fast fashion
May 26, 2019
87. ADMISSION IMPOSSIBLE: opening up our universities
May 19, 2019
86. I FOUGHT THE LAW AND... I WON: the art of successful campaigns
May 12, 2019
85. OPERATION BLACK VOTE: the fight for democratic equality
May 05, 2019
84. ON YOUR BIKE
Apr 28, 2019
83. PREDISTRIBUTION: what the hell does it mean?
Apr 21, 2019
82. FULL ENGLISH: forging a progressive identity
Apr 14, 2019
81. HOPE NOT HATE: changing attitudes to immigration
Apr 07, 2019
80. REASONS TO BE BESIDE THE SEASIDE
Mar 31, 2019
79. HONEY I SHRUNK THE TECH GIANTS
Mar 25, 2019
78. (LIVING) WAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE
Mar 18, 2019
77. THE GREEN WOLF OF WALL STREET
Mar 11, 2019
76. THE BEVERAGE REPORT
Mar 04, 2019
75. REASONS TO BE ICELANDIC: gender equality, 6 hour days and 'hidden people'
Feb 25, 2019
74. THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT: pupil climate strikes and the green new deal
Feb 18, 2019
73. FOR RICHER, FOR SUPER RICHER: taxing the ultra-wealthy
Feb 11, 2019
72. MORE IN COMMON: Overcoming political polarisation
Feb 04, 2019
71. THE CASE FOR PRIVATE SCHOOL REFORM...AND HOW TO DO IT
Jan 28, 2019
70. 2019: A PUBLIC SPACE ODYSSEY: transforming communities
Jan 21, 2019
69. A SOCIAL HOME REVOLUTION: the history and future of council housing
Jan 14, 2019
68. BORN TO (PARK) RUN: Geoff and Ed’s excellent adventure
Jan 07, 2019
67. THE OFFICIAL REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL 2018 CHART SHOW
Dec 31, 2018
66. CHRISTMAS CHEERFUL: Chatting 2018 and playing Class Struggle
Dec 24, 2018
65. COMPUTER SAYS YES: humanity and kindness in public services
Dec 17, 2018
64. SHARING AND CARING: the case for paternity leave
Dec 10, 2018
63. VALUING NEURODIVERSITY: how society needs to change
Dec 03, 2018
62. LIFE OVER DEATH: the global campaign to end capital punishment
Nov 26, 2018
61. YUVAL AIN’T SEEN NOTHING YET: a conversation on just about everything with Yuval Noah Harari
Nov 19, 2018
60. GEOFF, GEOFF, GEOFF...OUT OUT OUT: the power of protest
Nov 12, 2018
59. QE OR NOT QE?: printing money for a purpose
Nov 05, 2018
58. PLASTIC, PLASTIC EVERYWHERE: what do we do?
Oct 29, 2018
57. THE OWNERSHIP SHIFT
Oct 21, 2018
56. LAST EDITION? how to ensure quality journalism in the digital age
Oct 14, 2018
55. LIVING FOR THE (THREE DAY) WEEKEND
Oct 07, 2018
54. THE ABC OF AI: How can technology help humanity?
Sep 30, 2018
53. PROSPERITY AND JUSTICE: Shaking up the economy for social change
Sep 23, 2018
52. THE QUIET RENEWABLES REVOLUTION
Sep 16, 2018
51. FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Not for the bin
Sep 09, 2018
50. REVERSING THE CYCLE OF GANG VIOLENCE: Lessons from Scotland
Sep 02, 2018
49. BIG DATA CAN IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH
Aug 26, 2018
48. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: remaking our welfare state
Aug 19, 2018
47. IDEAS FOR THE ANTHROPOCENE: humankind respecting the Earth
Aug 12, 2018
46. WON’T YOU TAKE ME TO FUNKY TOWN: power and prosperity in towns
Aug 05, 2018
45. BLOCKCHAIN PARTY: Can it be a force for good?
Jul 29, 2018
44. THE ONLY WAY IS ETHICS: Businesses with a social purpose
Jul 22, 2018
43. LEARNING FOR LIFE: what should a national education service do?
Jul 15, 2018
42. TECH FOR GOOD
Jul 08, 2018
41. SMOOTH CO-OPERATORS: the power of co-ops to transform society
Jul 01, 2018
40. SILICON VALLEY SERFS: protecting kids from tech overload
Jun 24, 2018
39. ENDING JOBS FOR THE BOYS: overcoming the workplace gender divide
Jun 17, 2018
38. UNIVERSAL BASIC SERVICES: Shaping the 21st century welfare state
Jun 10, 2018
37. RETHINKING ECONOMIC SUCCESS: beyond the growth obsession
Jun 03, 2018
36. THE GENERATION GAME: Turning round the fortunes of young people
May 27, 2018
35. LAW AND DISORDER: fixing the justice crisis
May 20, 2018
34. WHAT SHOULD WE DO ABOUT MEAT: Reasons to be Vegan?
May 13, 2018
33. UNIVERSITIES CHALLENGED: Reversing market tyranny in higher education
May 06, 2018
Episode 32. ENDING THE BLAME GAME: The case for no-fault divorce
Apr 29, 2018
REASONS TO BE PIRATE
Apr 27, 2018
Episode 31. CHANGING THE CLIMATE: How do we tackle the global warming challenge?
Apr 22, 2018
Episode 30. THERE GOES THE NEIGHBOURHOOD: what do we do about gentrification?
Apr 15, 2018
Episode 29. TAKING IT TO THE STREETS: Community regeneration lessons from Granby, Preston and beyond *Live Liverpool show*
Apr 08, 2018
Episode 28. FACING DOWN FACEBOOK: how to tackle "surveillance capitalism"
Apr 01, 2018
Episode 27. MIND THE (WEALTH) GAP: a social wealth fund for Britain
Mar 25, 2018
Episode 26. HOUSING FIRST: Tackling Britain’s homelessness crisis
Mar 19, 2018
Episode 25. STAIRWAY TO (TAX) HAVEN: cleaning up Britain's dirty money
Mar 12, 2018
Episode 24. ALL TOGETHER NOW: Unions in the 21st century
Mar 05, 2018
Episode 23. DING, DING, NEXT STOP: Sorting out the buses
Feb 26, 2018
Episode 22. WHAT SHOULD WE TEACH OUR KIDS — not another brick in the wall
Feb 19, 2018
Episode 21. TIME TO TALK: Tackling the mental health crisis *LIVE SHOW*
Feb 12, 2018
Episode 20. RESCUING DEMOCRACY: From Ancient Athens to Brexit
Feb 04, 2018
SEE REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL LIVE IN LIVERPOOL 19/02
Feb 02, 2018
Episode 19. GET OUT OF JAIL: Time for prison reform
Jan 29, 2018
Episode 18. TACKLING THE NHS CRISIS: The 1% solution *BUMPER EPISODE*
Jan 22, 2018
Episode 17. ECONOMICS 101: Time for A Reformation in Economic Thinking.
Jan 15, 2018
Episode 16. #EPICRAILFAIL: Ending the great train robbery
Jan 08, 2018
Episode 15. GOODBYE 2017 YOU DIDN'T DESERVE US... Hoorah for 2018
Jan 01, 2018
Episode 14. A MILIVERSE CHRISTMAS IN THE GEOFFOCRACY
Dec 25, 2017
SEE REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL LIVE ON STAGE
Dec 21, 2017
Episode 13. WORKING 9 TIL ....OVERTIME: Time for time and a half
Dec 18, 2017
Episode 12. THE POWER OF CULTURE: Regeneration, Grayson and Kevin the cat
Dec 11, 2017
Episode 11. WHO WANTS TO TAX A MILLIONAIRE?
Dec 04, 2017
Episode 10. DON'T MOURN, ORGANISE: The power of community organising
Nov 27, 2017
Episode 9. TRANSGENDER RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS
Nov 20, 2017
Episode 8. LAND TAX & THE 'AX'': Land Value Tax plus Obama chief strategist David Axelrod
Nov 13, 2017
Episode 7. POWER TO THE (YOUNG) PEOPLE! Voting at 16
Nov 06, 2017
Episode 6. MAKING A HASH OF IT: Time to decriminalise and end the war on drugs?
Oct 30, 2017
Episode 5 and a half. SADIQ KHAN - more answers with London's Mayor
Oct 22, 2017
Episode 5. A BREATH OF FRESH AIR: Tackling the air pollution emergency
Oct 22, 2017
Episode 4. TAKE BACK (RENT) CONTROL: All Power to the Tenants!
Oct 15, 2017
Episode 3. WE WANT EQUAL PAY: The Gender Pay Gap
Oct 08, 2017
Episode 2. DON'T BE EVIL! Taming the High-Tech Giants
Oct 01, 2017
1. FREE MONEY FOR ALL? The Universal Basic Income
Sep 24, 2017
Preview
Sep 19, 2017