Deacons are dropping, and Carlisle is turning up the heat. And Maude Anslinger is very worried.
Cynthia Kline shows how much of a badass she is, the Deacons show how creepy they are (not for the last time), and Mansard meditates on the Elvi.
Diehard rebel Mick Farren takes us deeper into the darkness of a religious fundamentalist America. Shudder…
Super excited for this! Possibly my favourite anarchist, Mick Farren, at his awesome best. Farren gives us a near future America, run by a Christian fundamentalist fascist government, with the cracks starting to show. If that sounds a little too close for comfort, listen on…
In this podcast we conclude Orwell’s tale, ending not with a bang but a whimper, as well as Orwell’s ominous prediction for England.
Of course, since Orwell has been wounded in their cause, it’s entirely reasonable that the Republicans want to send him to prison. Clearly, gratitude is NEVER an appreciation for services rendered…
In this chapter, George Orwell describes the stunning experience of being shot with the phlegmatic detachment that the British have turned into an art form. It makes for remarkable reading, and hopefully remarkable listening!
After the dust has settled in the Barcelona rising, Orwell turns to analyzing the events and how they were reported. He discovers, once again, that no one lies like a journalist.
DESPERATE LOVE IN THE SHADOW OF FLAMING DEATH! Or, more accurately, Orwell is unable to see his wife for a few days as the city of Barcelona falls into moderate chaos.
Things get serious on the front as the Republicans and Fascists actually begin to engage each other. Even so, Orwell gives events a kind of surreal quality.