Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

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Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

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The top 10 most popular episodes of Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy.

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Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

By Channel 4 News

The top 10 most popular episodes of Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy.

iTunes Rating

6 Ratings
Average Rating
5
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"Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy" only has a few episodes, which are shown below as released by the author.

Top 10 Episodes of Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Rank #1: Richard Curtis on the future of charity, his films and optimism

Aug 15 2018
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Screenwriter of Love Actually, Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral, Richard Curtis' influence on romantic comedies and the nation's Christmas viewing schedules is immense. But, he's also just as world-changing for his charity work. As the founder of Comic Relief, Make Poverty History and now, an advocate for the UN sustainability goals, he talks to Krishnan about whether public trust in charity is dwindling, global progress and his unrelenting optimism. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #2: Gina Miller on a post-Brexit world, death threats and rethinking capitalism

Aug 08 2018
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Gina Miller was the lead claimant in a successful legal battle ensuring parliament had the final say over triggering Article 50. Defender of the constitution to some, 'enemy of the people' to others, she talks to Krishnan about why the British public need another vote on Brexit, the abuse she's had to negotiate and why trickle-down economics isn't working. Subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 6 August 2018. Producers: Sarah Gough, Kieron Bryan.

Rank #3: Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey on poverty, personal responsibility and rap

Aug 01 2018
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Glaswegian rapper Loki is this year’s Orwell Prize winner for his book ‘Poverty Safari’. He talks to Krishnan about how he negotiated a difficult childhood and an alcohol problem, how he thinks poverty can be tackled and why the left need to reclaim the idea of personal responsibility. Subscribe to 'Ways to Change the World' for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 30th July. Producers: Sarah Gough, Kieron Bryan, Matthew Lucas.

Rank #4: Faiza Shaheen on solutions to austerity, why she wants to be an MP and institutional racism

Jul 27 2018
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Our guest this week is Faiza Shaheen, the director of left wing think tank CLASS, who plans to run for Labour against veteran Conservative Party politician Iain Duncan Smith in a bid to become an MP. She chats to Krishnan about why she thinks we need to radically restructure our society, her upbringing and why Brexit is a bad idea. Subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 24 July 2018. Producers: Sarah Gough, Kieron Bryan, Matthew Lucas.

Rank #5: Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on not being Prime Minister, immigration and delivering Brexit

Jul 18 2018
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Jacob Rees-Mogg is the backbencher Tory MP who will stop at nothing to achieve a hard Brexit. Taking a break from his daily routine of goading the government on their Brexit position, he chats to Krishnan about his early life and political ambitions, what he'll do if he's wrong on Brexit and whether the referendum was racist. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 17 July 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #6: Ken Clarke MP on Brexit chaos, being a Tory rebel and answering critics

Jul 11 2018
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Ken Clarke has been a Member of Parliament for almost five decades. As the longest serving MP, he talks to Krishnan about why Brexit is in such chaos, his long-standing Conservative views and why he thinks it’s important politicians talk honestly to the media. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 4 July 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough. Production support: Martin Collett.

Rank #7: Jess Phillips MP on domestic abuse, Corbynistas and drug policy

Jul 04 2018
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A Labour politician with an outspoken style, Jess Phillips MP has risen to public prominence as the feminist with big ideas about how to liberate women. She talks to Krishnan about why she thinks she’s powerful, why Jeremy Corbyn wouldn’t be a good Prime Minister, and her evolving stance on drug policy. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 25 June 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #8: Ed Husain on his life after Islamic extremism, a Middle East Union and tackling terrorism

Jun 27 2018
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Former Islamic extremist turned anti-radicalisation think-tank founder Ed Husain talks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy on the release of his new book House of Islam: A Global History. His faith in peace, unity and God sustains, informed by his own journey from young radical to progressive thinker. Drawing from his own experience and thousands of years of Islamic history, he argues that it is only through religion itself that extremism can be tackled. Recorded: 1 July 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #9: Johnny Marr on Morrissey, why he hates politicians and the Manchester attack

Jun 20 2018
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The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr talks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy from London's ICA on the release of his new album Call the Comets. A political musician from his early days of gigging at Glastonbury, he now talks of disagreeing with Smiths frontman Morrissey over his far-right leanings, how the terrorist attack in Manchester jolted his creativity and why he thinks politicians are more desperate for fame than anyone else. Recorded: 14 June 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #10: Nawal El Saadawi on feminism, fiction and the illusion of democracy

Jun 13 2018
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Revolutionary Egyptian feminist Nawal El Saadawi talks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy about the injustice of the patriarchy, what inspires her to write and why she thinks democracy doesn't exist. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. You can also watch the podcasts on our YouTube channel. Recorded: 22 May 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough. Production support: Martin Collett. Artwork: Daire Collins.

Top 10 Episodes of Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Rank #1: Richard Curtis on the future of charity, his films and optimism

Aug 15 2018
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Screenwriter of Love Actually, Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral, Richard Curtis' influence on romantic comedies and the nation's Christmas viewing schedules is immense. But, he's also just as world-changing for his charity work. As the founder of Comic Relief, Make Poverty History and now, an advocate for the UN sustainability goals, he talks to Krishnan about whether public trust in charity is dwindling, global progress and his unrelenting optimism. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #2: Gina Miller on a post-Brexit world, death threats and rethinking capitalism

Aug 08 2018
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Gina Miller was the lead claimant in a successful legal battle ensuring parliament had the final say over triggering Article 50. Defender of the constitution to some, 'enemy of the people' to others, she talks to Krishnan about why the British public need another vote on Brexit, the abuse she's had to negotiate and why trickle-down economics isn't working. Subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 6 August 2018. Producers: Sarah Gough, Kieron Bryan.

Rank #3: Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey on poverty, personal responsibility and rap

Aug 01 2018
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Glaswegian rapper Loki is this year’s Orwell Prize winner for his book ‘Poverty Safari’. He talks to Krishnan about how he negotiated a difficult childhood and an alcohol problem, how he thinks poverty can be tackled and why the left need to reclaim the idea of personal responsibility. Subscribe to 'Ways to Change the World' for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 30th July. Producers: Sarah Gough, Kieron Bryan, Matthew Lucas.

Rank #4: Faiza Shaheen on solutions to austerity, why she wants to be an MP and institutional racism

Jul 27 2018
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Our guest this week is Faiza Shaheen, the director of left wing think tank CLASS, who plans to run for Labour against veteran Conservative Party politician Iain Duncan Smith in a bid to become an MP. She chats to Krishnan about why she thinks we need to radically restructure our society, her upbringing and why Brexit is a bad idea. Subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 24 July 2018. Producers: Sarah Gough, Kieron Bryan, Matthew Lucas.

Rank #5: Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on not being Prime Minister, immigration and delivering Brexit

Jul 18 2018
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Jacob Rees-Mogg is the backbencher Tory MP who will stop at nothing to achieve a hard Brexit. Taking a break from his daily routine of goading the government on their Brexit position, he chats to Krishnan about his early life and political ambitions, what he'll do if he's wrong on Brexit and whether the referendum was racist. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 17 July 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #6: Ken Clarke MP on Brexit chaos, being a Tory rebel and answering critics

Jul 11 2018
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Ken Clarke has been a Member of Parliament for almost five decades. As the longest serving MP, he talks to Krishnan about why Brexit is in such chaos, his long-standing Conservative views and why he thinks it’s important politicians talk honestly to the media. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 4 July 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough. Production support: Martin Collett.

Rank #7: Jess Phillips MP on domestic abuse, Corbynistas and drug policy

Jul 04 2018
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A Labour politician with an outspoken style, Jess Phillips MP has risen to public prominence as the feminist with big ideas about how to liberate women. She talks to Krishnan about why she thinks she’s powerful, why Jeremy Corbyn wouldn’t be a good Prime Minister, and her evolving stance on drug policy. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. Recorded: 25 June 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #8: Ed Husain on his life after Islamic extremism, a Middle East Union and tackling terrorism

Jun 27 2018
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Former Islamic extremist turned anti-radicalisation think-tank founder Ed Husain talks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy on the release of his new book House of Islam: A Global History. His faith in peace, unity and God sustains, informed by his own journey from young radical to progressive thinker. Drawing from his own experience and thousands of years of Islamic history, he argues that it is only through religion itself that extremism can be tackled. Recorded: 1 July 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #9: Johnny Marr on Morrissey, why he hates politicians and the Manchester attack

Jun 20 2018
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The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr talks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy from London's ICA on the release of his new album Call the Comets. A political musician from his early days of gigging at Glastonbury, he now talks of disagreeing with Smiths frontman Morrissey over his far-right leanings, how the terrorist attack in Manchester jolted his creativity and why he thinks politicians are more desperate for fame than anyone else. Recorded: 14 June 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough.

Rank #10: Nawal El Saadawi on feminism, fiction and the illusion of democracy

Jun 13 2018
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Revolutionary Egyptian feminist Nawal El Saadawi talks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy about the injustice of the patriarchy, what inspires her to write and why she thinks democracy doesn't exist. Rate, review and subscribe to Ways to Change the World for more in-depth interviews every week. You can also watch the podcasts on our YouTube channel. Recorded: 22 May 2018. Producer: Sarah Gough. Production support: Martin Collett. Artwork: Daire Collins.