Activist Asad Rehman and sustainability writer Aja Barber on the Green New Deal and next steps for the climate movement.
Studio B: Unscripted
Two people, two different life experiences, one intelligent conversation. Searching for the intersections between new ideas, shared experiences and how to succeed in resolving global issues. This series is less about the arguments, and more about exploring topics and finding common solutions. ABOUT THE HOST That’s the thing, there isn’t one. Studio B: Unscripted is a discussion series without a host, just two notable individuals from different walks of life and ideas to share.
Sustainability stylist Aja Barber and social justice activist Asad Rehman on how fashion exposes capitalism’s flaws.
Restaurateur Asma Khan and refugee activist Hassan Akkad discuss problematic social hierarchies and how to disrupt them.
Refugee filmmaker Hassan Akkad and restaurateur Asma Khan discuss their separate paths for combatting social injustice.
Geneticist Adam Rutherford and economist Faiza Shaheen discuss race, class and the fight against prejudice.
Geneticist Adam Rutherford and economist Faiza Shaheen discuss how to deconstruct racism and build a fairer world.
What is the role of art and technology in repression and resistance, and how can community combat social breakdown?
The Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower and Filipino journalist discuss Facebook, fake news, and information warfare.
A footballer and a writer explore the challenges of being black women of British-African heritage in a white-male world.
They discuss society’s blind spot for emotional intelligence and how to generate more empathic conversations.
#BlackLivesMatter co-founder Patrisse Cullors and rapper Lowkey talk about being branded a ‘terrorist’ and activism.
Ken Loach and Edouard Louis explore class struggle, poverty, the rise of the Far Right and the perils of the Left.
The professor and the poet discuss slavery, colonialism, and the future of diaspora communities.
Two writers discuss the rewriting of history, culture wars, multiple identities and the storyteller’s duty to speak up.