Global Politics & Cultures (formerly Independent Thought & Freedom)
Episode 100

Brendan O'Neill on How Being "Woke" Differs in the US, UK and Australia

Kirk Meighoo published on

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In this excerpt of my interview with Brendan O'Neill, editor of spiked!, about his collection of essays "Anti-Woke", he explains how being "woke" in the US, UK and Australia differs in different societies.

I had the pleasure of interviewing Brendan as host of "Politics and Polemics" on the New Books Network, published out of Massachusetts.

NBN is the largest podcast enterprise in the world in terms of the number of episodes. We've published 7,250 episodes and issue 35 new ones every week. It's also one of the largest in terms of audience: We do about a million downloads a month, about 30K a day. We are the most successful academic author outreach program in history.

My guests have included internationally best-selling authors Ann Coulter, William Dalrymple, Alexander Dugin, Douglas Murray, Farrukh Dhondy, Sir John Redwood, Max Blumenthal, former Jamaican Prime Minister PJ Patterson. Edward Snowden will be a guest later in Spring.

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