Till Debt Do Us Part

 
Sean Gittins (@sean_gittins) is insolvent. As part of an Arts Council funded project he decided to tell people about it and find out why everyone these days, just like him, seems to be in debt and what it might mean.
 
In this week's episode Sean looks at debt, politics and economics from two perspectives; through the work of academic and economist and economic historian Professor Richard Wolff (http://rdwolff.com/content/about) and the Arthur C. Clarke and Hugo award-winning author China Mieville (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Mi%C3%A9ville), interviewing both about their experiences of and understanding of debt and politics and how they engage in such topics in their work.
 
To find out more visit www.seangittins.co.uk and @sean_gittins.

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