Your Phone Is a Prison
'Psychopolitics' discusses how social media has replaced freedom with the church of the internet.
The Inside Story of Wu-Tang Clan's Single Copy Album You'll Never Hear
After becoming RZA's advisor, British writer Cyrus Bozorgmehr wrote a book on 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin' and the value of music today.
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In Search of India's Football Culture with Mumbai FC's Yellow Brigade
Cricket is king in India, while football has tended to be overlooked. Could that ever change? We spent time at Mumbai FC and spoke to an Englishman playing in the country to get a feel for India's football culture.
What Call Centers Can Tell Us About Bleakness and Resistance in the Modern Workplace
Nobody likes being cold called, but spare a thought for the person on the other end of the phone who doesn't want to be there either.
How to Manipulate the Media as a Political Outsider
We spoke to 'Shooting Hipsters' author Christiana Spens about rethinking dissent in the age of PR.
Your Job Is Pointless
We talked with Peter Fleming, author of The Mythology of Work, about our general apathy toward our jobs.
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Upton Left: West Ham Fans on the Approaching End of an Era
Next May, West Ham United will say goodbye to the ground they have called home for more than a century. We spoke to long-time fans and asked for their perspective on the Olympic Stadium move.
What's the Future of Your Job?
That's the question being posed by The Castle of Trades "future heritage museum," an arts project that travels around east London interviewing residents about their work.
The UK's Conservative Government Could Help Left-Wing Book Sales
We talked to some radical, left-wing publishers about why the time is ripe for Britons to start printing their own radical literature.