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The Ghost Lemurs of Madagascar" is a podcast project by Eduardo Camargo & Érica Storer. The hosts will present, contextualize, analyze and comment on collective enterprises that sought to merge theory, political action, and art. Based on concepts by theorists such as Mark Fisher, Byung-Chul Han, and other writers that deal with critical theory, the…
 
Podcast from Repeater Books This inaugural episode discusses the early lore of the legendary CCRU. The Ghost Lemurs of Madagascar" is a podcast project by Eduardo Camargo & Érica Storer. The hosts will present, contextualize, analyze and comment on collective enterprises that sought to merge theory, political action, and art. Based on concepts by t…
 
Podcast from Repeater Books. Eli and Rhian are joined by guests Frances Grahl and Elizabeth Newton for an episode on the feminist politics of country music. A discussion of the emotional labour demanded by country’s male singers, what it really means to stand by your man and the radical possibilities of storytelling. Featuring music by Tammy, Dolly…
 
Podcast from Repeater Books. An in-depth look at The Legendary Pink Dots, album by album by Tom May & Adam Whybray Reviews, reflections and selections from the three LPD albums from 1981, Only Dreaming, Chemical Playschool 1 & 2 and Kleine Krieg. Hear more episodes at repeater-radio.comBy Repeater Radio
 
Podcast from Repeater Books. This episode salutes the indomitable spirit of teenage girls with a focus on the Lost Women Of Britpop, Britney, Derry Girls, abortion rights and much more. Buy Rhian and Eli's book on problematic pop here. Hear more episodes at repeater-radio.comBy Repeater Radio
 
Podcast from Repeater Books Authors Eli Davies and Rhian E Jones explore gender, culture, politics and how they intersect. Guests join them to discuss pubs, cities, music, fandom and much, much more. Eli and Rhian's look at problematic faves in music is available here.By Repeater Radio
 
Podcast from Repeater Books. This episode looks at how to define science as it exists today, before turning to some of the history of scientific socialism—from Marx and Engels through Bogdanov and into cybernetics—and then finally looking again at the postcolonial critique of Enlightenment concepts like reason. Hear more episodes at repeater-radio.…
 
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