Anews Podcast – episode 48

  • Posted on: 29 January 2018
  • By: thecollective

From @news podcast

Welcome to the anews podcast. This is episode 48 for January 26, 2018. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week.
Editorial: Borders
TOTW - Practical Anarchy

This podcast is the effort of many people. This episode was
* sound edited by Linn O'Mable
* editorial by a member of thecollective
* written by jackie
* narrated by chisel and a friend
* Thanks to Aragorn! and Ariel for their help with the topic of the week
* Contact us at

To learn more
Introduction to anarchism:
Books and other anarchist material:
News and up to the minute commentary:



The "LISTEN HERE" area is missing. Cannot listen to podcast without it.

Never mind. Found it at @NEWS podcast.Looking forward to listening.

Chisel's editorial was great as usual but I think I prefer their previous voice. But thanks for another great episode of the Chisel Podcast!

Thank you for clarifying the image you had in your head when talking of the Trump train wreck. I posted the comment Aragon! asked you to respond to, if you so wished to. If you (Ariel) don't care too much for 'anonymous drive-by' comments regarding @news podcast content, then don't take part in the podcast and/or ask listeners not to comment!

Love it or leave it?

one person on a podcast with many people doesn't like a particular kind of comment and so then some podcast-wide policy must be made, because people can't address how they give feedback?
something seems wrong there...

First time listening and hearing anarchist news all official-like is trippin' me out. It's dank.

This podcast needs a big shot of personality and enthusiasm. The whole thing sounds like a string of bored and boring babysitters reading bedtime stories to kids. @muse picked it up, but she sounds pretty young and her naivete was tough to stomach.

I disagree. Off with your head.

it's better than your podcast.

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