ABOUT THIS EPISODE

If capitalism is broken, can it be fixed? And can it save the environment? Joseph E. Stiglitz discusses; as we mark seventy-five years since the D-Day landings, William Boyd considers a brilliant new "worm's-eye view" of historical events; a decade after leaving academia for the "wilderness of writing", Stephen Marche returns to report on the troubled field of the humanities


The Future of Capitalism: Facing the new anxieties by Paul Collier

Capitalism: The future of an illusion by Fred L. Block

Money and Government: A challenge to mainstream economics by Robert Skidelsky

Normandy ’44: D-Day and the battle for France by James Holland

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