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Ways to Change the World

By Channel 4 News

How can you change the world? Join Krishnan Guru-Murthy and his guest of the week as they explore the big ideas influencing how we think, act and live.

  1. 1.
    Bim Afolami on how Black people are perceived in politics and a post-Cummings world11/27/2020
    39:57
  2. 2.
    Megan Phelps-Roper on escaping an extremist cult, psychological imprisonment and fighting tribalism11/20/2020
    43:03
  3. 3.
    The Dalai Lama on global warming, relations with China and coronavirus11/13/2020
    23:56
  4. 4.
    David Miliband on the US election results, Trumpism and the future of the Labour Party11/06/2020
    43:25
  5. 5.
    Kim Darroch on the US election, Brexit and the UK-US 'special relationship’10/30/2020
    41:04
  6. 6.
    Alicia Garza on writing the rules, the power of a ballot box and making Black people the heroes of their own stories.10/23/2020
    40:53
  7. 7.
    Olivette Otele on a summer of race protests, imposter syndrome and the politics of memory10/21/2020
    40:20
  8. 8.
    Philip Pullman on why he doesn’t like reading fantasy, J.K Rowling and why he thinks the UK ‘will fall apart’ over Brexit10/16/2020
    43:13
  1. 9.
    Sparks on 50 years of creating iconic music, Morrissey and pushing boundaries10/09/2020
    35:41
  2. 10.
    Claudia Rankine on the US presidential election, talking to white people about racism and the power of poetry10/02/2020
    40:09
  3. 11.
    Yotam Ottolenghi on cultural appropriation and the politics of hummus09/25/2020
    46:00
  4. 12.
    Erin Brockovitch on that Julia Robert’s film, climate change and backing yourself09/18/2020
    41:13
  5. 13.
    Yusef Salaam of Central Park Five on being wrongfully jailed, fighting against injustice and Trump’s America09/11/2020
    40:17
  6. 14.
    Chris Boardman on giving up his car, pushing through the barriers of change and why Covid-19 may be the catalyst for reshaping Britain’s cycling identity09/04/2020
    44:00
  7. 15.
    Sara Pascoe on how biology shapes sex, money and power08/28/2020
    46:56
  8. 16.
    Jamie Oliver on the collapse of his restaurant chain, celebrating his dyslexia and the government's obesity strategy08/07/2020
    47:30
  9. 17.
    Pankaj Mishra on why democracy is unravelling, the importance of open debate and why we all need a dose of seriousness07/31/2020
    44:57
  10. 18.
    Chris Daw QC on why he thinks drugs should be legalised, we should close the prisons and stop crime ‘crackdowns’07/24/2020
    42:35
  11. 19.
    Nick Mohammed on saving live-comedy, the art of British Sitcom and the fine line between humour and hurt07/17/2020
    41:15
  12. 20.
    Werner Herzog on defining the truth, fake news and meeting Gorbachev07/10/2020
    46:28
  13. 21.
    Amrou al-Kadhi on being a queer, Muslim drag queen, going to Eton and telling diverse stories07/03/2020
    43:22
  14. 22.
    Killer Mike and El-P on optimism, protest, creativity and RTJ406/26/2020
    45:10
  15. 23.
    Emma Dabiri on the power of hair, why she hates the word 'diverse' and redesigning capitalism06/24/2020
    37:08
  16. 24.
    David Proud on disabled representation on TV, living with Spina Bifida and coronavirus in the disabled community06/19/2020
    46:37
  17. 25.
    David ‘Sideman’ Whitely on challenging racial stereotypes, his journey from instagram to radio and why black lives always matter.06/17/2020
    44:10
  18. 26.
    Ruth Davidson on mental health, conflicts within Conservative politics and Dominic Cummings06/12/2020
    46:16
  19. 27.
    Nels Abbey on George Floyd, representation and ‘thinking like a white man’06/10/2020
    38:36
  20. 28.
    Adam Goodes on racism in sport, the fight for indigenous rights in Australia and aboriginal history06/05/2020
    39:24
  21. 29.
    Deborah Frances-White on being a guilty feminist, living with a Syrian refugee and IVF05/28/2020
    50:29
  22. 30.
    Rutger Bregman on elites, survival of the friendliest, rethinking human history05/22/2020
    44:55
  23. 31.
    Helle Thorning-Schmidt on being the first female Prime Minister of Denmark, recognising unconscious bias and fighting for democracy03/11/2020
    45:29
  24. 32.
    Adam Rutherford on using science, genetics and history to combat racism03/04/2020
    43:41
  25. 33.
    Frankie Bridge on depression, being a child star and her breakdown02/26/2020
    46:57
  26. 34.
    Adam Kay on the funny side of medicine, meeting Jeremy Hunt and the future of the NHS02/19/2020
    48:59
  27. 35.
    Economist Paul Krugman on zombie ideas, the US Presidential election and Brexit02/12/2020
    42:47
  28. 36.
    John Bercow on his political journey, being ashamed of his past and bullying allegations02/05/2020
    47:36
  29. 37.
    Former Bush Sr advisor Judy Smith on handling crises, inspiring hit TV series 'Scandal' and Trump's impeachment01/29/2020
    44:16
  30. 38.
    Comedian Ivo Graham on going to Eton, heckling and the politics of comedy01/22/2020
    38:05
  31. 39.
    Dr Rangan Chatterjee on why dry January doesn’t work, modern medicine and human connection01/15/2020
    47:05
  32. 40.
    Yola on how she went from homeless to Grammy-nominated, her musical style and smashing the 'strong black woman' stereotype01/01/2020
    45:17
  33. 41.
    Ben Miller on his search for the truth, science and writing children’s books12/25/2019
    44:00
  34. 42.
    André Aciman on obsession, moral panic and 'Call Me by Your Name'11/28/2019
    37:21
  35. 43.
    Rana Foroohar on the dangers of big tech firms, ‘algo-racism’ and banning political ads online11/20/2019
    45:09
  36. 44.
    Esther Duflo on winning a Nobel prize for economics, immigration and relying on the facts11/13/2019
    46:50
  37. 45.
    Samantha Power on disagreeing with Barack Obama, Syria and being an idealist11/06/2019
    45:49
  38. 46.
    The men behind Led By Donkeys on hypocrisy, the Brexit frontline and direct action11/01/2019
    49:33
  39. 47.
    Shepard Fairey on street art, his brand Obey Giant and questioning conformity10/23/2019
    42:25
  40. 48.
    Naomi Klein on Extinction Rebellion, the Green New Deal and fast fashion10/16/2019
    47:09
  41. 49.
    Cherie Blair on life in 10 Downing Street, choosing law over politics and feminism10/09/2019
    45:33
  42. 50.
    Nesrine Malik on challenging society’s myths, the BBC racism row and shaking up the media10/02/2019
    44:06
  43. 51.
    Ghetts on black British artists, gang violence and the evolution of grime09/25/2019
    38:49
  44. 52.
    Mhairi Black on the SNP, changing the culture of Westminster and threats to democracy09/18/2019
    42:43
  45. 53.
    Margaret Atwood on her sequel to The Handmaid's Tale, politics of fear and the climate crisis09/11/2019
    32:07
  46. 54.
    Malcolm Gladwell on truth, Trump's tweets and talking to strangers09/04/2019
    44:41
  47. 55.
    Richard Dawkins on scientific truth, outgrowing God and life beyond Earth08/28/2019
    44:22
  48. 56.
    Malorie Blackman on her new 'Noughts and Crosses' book, her struggle to get published and anti-immigrant feeling in the UK08/21/2019
    46:52
  49. 57.
    Sarfraz Manzoor on the power of film, Bruce Springsteen and fighting class entitlement08/14/2019
    52:33
  50. 58.
    Madeline Miller on making the Classics feminist, modern America and writing Circe08/07/2019
    43:58
  51. 59.
    Nile Rodgers on his influence on music, activism and a changing America07/31/2019
    38:07
  52. 60.
    George the Poet on youth violence, representation, and limitations of government07/24/2019
    54:26
  53. 61.
    Gary Jones on editing the Daily Express, fighting Islamophobia in the press and the “curious” relationship between newspapers and politicians07/17/2019
    44:58
  54. 62.
    Albert Woodfox on four decades in solitary confinement for a crime he didn't commit, the Black Panthers, and fighting 'the system'07/10/2019
    51:27
  55. 63.
    David Harewood on his psychosis, being a British black actor in America and Brexit 'ugliness'07/03/2019
    50:39
  56. 64.
    Annie Mac on DJ culture, drug policy and gender parity in music06/26/2019
    47:53
  57. 65.
    Jack White on hating mobile phones, immigration and his musical influences06/19/2019
    45:47
  58. 66.
    Tayari Jones on race and class, the abortion debate and the state of American politics06/12/2019
    55:16
  59. 67.
    Waad and Hamza al-Kateab on surviving the siege on Syria, resisting a regime and their documentary 'For Sama'06/05/2019
    50:18
  60. 68.
    Tracy Brabin MP on taking over Jo Cox’s seat, the far-right threat and funding the arts05/29/2019
    43:18
  61. 69.
    Adwoa Aboah on the power of opening up, the changing face of Vogue and recovering from addiction05/22/2019
    41:43
  62. 70.
    Jon Ronson on being curious, his mental breakdown and interviewing Alex Jones05/15/2019
    52:40
  63. 71.
    Matt Haig on living with depression, social media addiction and changing the nervous planet03/27/2019
    51:02
  64. 72.
    Simon Amstell on finding joy, why everyone should have therapy and his new film Benjamin03/20/2019
    44:32
  65. 73.
    Matt Brittin on being a Google boss, freedom of speech on YouTube and the challenges of big tech03/13/2019
    48:55
  66. 74.
    Rose McGowan on Weinstein, growing up in a cult and running for President03/06/2019
    49:03
  67. 75.
    MARINA on the power of pop, tackling female shame and the politics behind her new album02/27/2019
    37:47
  68. 76.
    Chuka Umunna MP on leaving Labour, a new centrist party and a second referendum02/20/2019
    44:52
  69. 77.
    James Brokenshire MP on surviving cancer, a no-deal Brexit and how social media is changing politics02/13/2019
    51:16
  70. 78.
    Sayeeda Warsi on Islamophobia, the changing face of Conservative politics and human rights policy02/06/2019
    52:39
  71. 79.
    Paul Conroy on being Marie Colvin’s photographer, war reporting and what happened in Syria01/30/2019
    57:08
  72. 80.
    Ric Lewis on raising up underprivileged children, being the 'most influential' black Briton and life as a 6'10 business man01/23/2019
    50:28
  73. 81.
    Michaela Coel on falling out of love with Christianity, Chewing Gum and avoiding stardom01/16/2019
    44:23
  74. 82.
    Rachel Riley on combating antisemitism, 10 years on Countdown and getting girls into maths01/09/2019
    43:08
  75. 83.
    Munroe Bergdorf on racism, trans activism and acceptance01/02/2019
    38:53
  76. 84.
    Elif Shafak on multiculturalism, the power of stories and making the political personal12/26/2018
    45:51
  77. 85.
    Helena Kennedy QC on changing the justice system, her working class roots and debating what's right12/19/2018
    38:01
  78. 86.
    Lord Michael Heseltine on Brexit, Theresa May and fighting poverty12/12/2018
    39:57
  79. 87.
    Damon Albarn on politicians vs musicians, a People's Vote and his new album12/05/2018
    29:33
  80. 88.
    David Lammy MP on social justice, Brexit and not being a Corbynista11/28/2018
    53:18
  81. 89.
    Lea DeLaria on Trump, playing 'Big Boo' on OITNB and how Me Too left out lesbians11/21/2018
    37:49
  82. 90.
    Greg Wise on loss, love and why we need to talk about death11/14/2018
    42:25
  83. 91.
    Imogen Heap on revolutionising the music industry, working with Taylor Swift and blockchain11/07/2018
    37:44
  84. 92.
    Laura Bates on talking sex and harassment in schools, positive action and tackling misogyny10/31/2018
    42:44
  85. 93.
    David Baddiel on honesty, antisemitism and Three Lions10/24/2018
    42:10
  86. 94.
    Michael Moore on Trump, Brexit and his new film10/17/2018
    31:45
  87. 95.
    Jameela Jamil on banning airbrushing, the Kardashians and her traumatic teens08/29/2018
    49:47
  88. 96.
    Jacqueline Gold on sexual culture, empowering women and what's holding back the high street08/22/2018
    47:44
  89. 97.
    Richard Curtis on the future of charity, his films and optimism08/15/2018
    49:51
  90. 98.
    Gina Miller on a post-Brexit world, death threats and rethinking capitalism08/08/2018
    44:23
  91. 99.
    Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey on poverty, personal responsibility and rap08/01/2018
    42:51
  92. 100.
    Faiza Shaheen on solutions to austerity, why she wants to be an MP and institutional racism07/27/2018
    44:14
  93. 101.
    Jacob Rees-Mogg MP on not being Prime Minister, immigration and delivering Brexit07/18/2018
    46:17
  94. 102.
    Ken Clarke MP on Brexit chaos, being a Tory rebel and answering critics07/11/2018
    43:23
  95. 103.
    Jess Phillips MP on domestic abuse, Corbynistas and drug policy07/04/2018
    48:50
  96. 104.
    Ed Husain on his life after Islamic extremism, a Middle East Union and tackling terrorism06/27/2018
    43:40
  97. 105.
    Johnny Marr on Morrissey, why he hates politicians and the Manchester attack06/20/2018
    33:22
  98. 106.
    Nawal El Saadawi on feminism, fiction and the illusion of democracy06/13/2018
    42:11
  99. 107.
    Helena Morrissey on diversity at the top, gender equality and her 9 children06/06/2018
    41:55
  100. 108.
    Salman Rushdie on no-platforming, magical realism and America in crisis05/30/2018
    43:48
  101. 109.
    Germaine Greer on women's liberation, the trans community and her own experience of rape05/23/2018
    45:38
  102. 110.
    Michael Sheen on acting to activism, fighting poverty and playing Tony Blair 05/16/2018
    42:24
  103. 111.
    Peter Tatchell on the power of direct action, arresting Mugabe and LGBTQ rights05/09/2018
    38:30
  104. 112.
    Benjamin Zephaniah on Windrush, anarchism and his time in North Korea05/02/2018
    41:53
  105. 113.
    Tom Walker (AKA Jonathan Pie) on satire, freedom of speech and debating better04/25/2018
    41:04
  106. 114.
    Caroline Lucas MP on basic income, working less and the power of Parliament04/18/2018
    39:13
  107. 115.
    Peter Hitchens on Bolshevism, multiculturalism and his brother04/11/2018
    48:41
  108. 116.
    Reni Eddo-Lodge on race, social injustice and quotas04/04/2018
    48:49
  109. 117.
    Lily Cole on ethical fashion, technology and bullying03/28/2018
    48:51
  110. 118.
    Mark Regev on Israel, conflict and antisemitism03/28/2018
    55:26
  111. 119.
    Coming Soon: Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy03/14/2018
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