Slavoj Zizek, Protest, Anonymous and City of Angels
Presented by Philip Dodd. With Douglas Carswell and Beatrix Campbell discussing the success of protest movements, philosopher Slavoj Zizek and a review of the play City of Angels.
Philosopher Slavoj Žižek speaks to Philip Dodd about the radical left, how technology and the rise of religious fundamentalism have changed his reading of Marxism, and what he sees as the failings of the protest movements he helped inspire.
Douglas Carswell, Beatrix Campbell and Gabriella Coleman explore the success of protest movements from online activists and Anonymous to demonstrations on the street.
Theatre critic Matt Wolf gives his first-night review of City of Angels at the Donmar Warehouse.
Gabriella Coleman is the author of Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous
Slavoj Žižek is author of Trouble in Paradise
Producer: Georgia Catt.
Editor: Robyn Read
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Philosopher Slavoj Žižek speaks to Philip Dodd about the radical left
Douglas Carswell, Beatrix Campbell & Gabriella Coleman explore protest movements
City of Angels
Critic Matt Wolf gives his first-night review of City of Angels at the Donmar Warehouse
Role Contributor Interviewed Guest Slavoj Zizek Presenter Philip Dodd Interviewed Guest Douglas Carswell Interviewed Guest Beatrix Campbell Interviewed Guest Gabriella Coleman Producer Georgia Catt Editor Robyn Read