About 30 minutes worth of ideas from Stuart Hall in an interview last month with the BBC4’s “Thinking Allowed” program. Some of the references brought into the conversation by Hall and his interlocutor, Laurie Taylor: Hall being a “colonial” subject, cricket, multiculturalism, David Cameron’s “Big Society,” the British monarchy, globalization, Thatcherism, New Labor, Tony Blair, The Coalition, Milton Friedman, language and ideology, “the nonsense about fairness,” Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, Fred Halliday and Edward Said, 1968, and class politics.

Listen here.

H/T: Sunil Agnani

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