poDcast: a week on openDemocracy

openDemocracy Opendemocracy
22 November 2006

openDemocracy brings a new dimension to its coverage of global events, views and voices.

Our editor, Isabel Hilton, presents a pilot podcast introducing a week on openDemocracy.

The poDcast features interviews with openDemocracy columnist Sidney Blumenthal (author of How Bush Rules), and Alain de Botton (The Architecture of Happiness), as well as a round up of other openDemocracy contributors from the past seven days.

Hear us now on your desktop or download and listen at your leisure on your MP3 player:

Listen on your computer / Download the poDcast (19.20mins)


openDemocracy would like to bring you a weekly poDcast in the New Year. The podcast is free to air, but it is not free to produce! If you would like to sponsor the podcast, you can advertise your support in the audio recording. please contact [email protected]

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