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The Real Agenda has moved

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The Real Agenda talks to the most active and informed people involved investigating economic inequality and pushing for change. 

Our Weekly Wake Up is a chat show on resolving issues of inequality with 2-4 friends in the studio, each introduces a topic based on a recent news event, related to the issues of inequality: The Real Agenda. Our goal is to inform, inspire and involve listeners to push for political change.  If you have ideas on topics and guests you’d like to hear from, send us an email.  We’d love your feedback too. 

Coming Soon: The Real Agenda Network, podcasts for political change. we have teamed up with other like-minded campaigning groups to carry their podcasts on our feed and also to produce podcasts for those that currently do not produce their own podcast or have done so sporadically. So our listeners get a wider choice of content relevant to the concerned citizen. This will be launched in September 2019 and have a combined online following in excess of 500,000 from which to build an engaged audience.


Now online

  1. Doing the Right Thing, putting the moral case  (Rev Paul Nicolson)

  2. Challenges for Change, time for a radical rethink (Joe Zammit-Lucia)

  3. Making Tax Fair, what’s the world we want (Robert Palmer)

  4. Transparency & Trust, grappling with greed (Andy Agathangelou)

  5. Responsible Investment, a tool for positive change (Michael Kind)

  6. Access to Excess, what about the workers! (Deborah Hargreaves)

  7. Green & Pleasant Land, it could be!  (Ted Gwartney)

  8. Round up Report, monthly update (various)

  9. Fixing the fundamentals, is anyone listening?  (Neal Lawson)

  10. Below the Breadline, where is the way out of poverty?  (Claire Ainsley)

  11. USA: Money & Power, time for a new party for the people? (Nick Brana)

  12. Building houses, making homes, how can we catch up?  (Tom Copley)

  13. Uniting the Kingdom, can we restore the spirit of Britain? (Stephen Kinnock)

  14. USA: Richer & Poorer, whose wealth is it anyway? (Josh Hoxie)

  15. Renewed Urgency, is it time for a green new deal?  (Colin Hines)

  16. Making Millennials Matter, the search for common ground (Caroline Macfarland)

  17. Inequality, the political choice (Prof Danny Dorling)

  18. Prosperity & Justice, what happens now?  (Tom Kibasi)

  19. Remodelling Capitalism, could social wealth funds work? (Stewart Lansley)

  20. Politics for the People, not just the privileged (various)

  21. Nowhere to go, how can we end homelessness? Matt Downie

  22. Courage & Compassion, is this the new politics? (Jennifer Nadel)

  23. USA: Taking too much, why it is bad for all of us (Sam Pizzigati)

  24. Political performance, what do we think  (Deborah Mattinson)

  25. Around the House: Johnny Mercer MP

  26. Regional Road Trip: Greater Manchester (Sir Richard Leese)

  27. Challengers for Change: Naomi Smith

  28. Weekly Wake Up, News & comment

  29. Damaged Democracy, can it be repaired? (Sarah Clarke)

  30. Challengers for Change: Zack Polanski

  31. Around The House: Mike Gapes MP

  32. Weekly Wake Up 3 May 2019

  33. Revitalising British politics, is it possible? (Nick Silver)

  34. Weekly Wake Up 10 May 2019

  35. Challengers for Change: Madeleina Kay, EU supergirl

  36. Weekly Wake Up 17 May 2019

  37. We want change, but can we unite, (Ryan Wain)

  38. Living standards, how can they rise?  (Laura Gardiner)

  39. Business behaving badly, how to be better (Sam Al Hamdani)

  40. Weekly Wake Up 21 June 19

  41. Weekly Wake up 28 June 2019

  42. Inequality, it hurts us all  (Wanda Wyporska)

  43. Weekly Wake Up 5 July 2019

While there are many good and interesting podcasts produced by mainstream media and independents, most talk about the politicians and their goings-on rather than the people they serve. The Real Agenda is highly focused on the policies that bring real benefit to the majority of the people especially those that feel left behind.


All show notes, briefing documents, links and archive material will be available on a new website currently under construction. If you have any comments, ideas, you would like to contribute in anyway or would like to recommend a potential guest for the show, just email us

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