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Talking Politics LIVE: US Mid-Terms

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David Runciman’s Talking Politics podcast is coming LIVE to Trinity Politics Society!

”Spellbindingly interesting” The Times ”Runciman brings the same accessible clarity to the mic as he does to page and screen” The Guardian More than 2.7 million downloads to date!

Join us for a live breakfast recording of David Runciman’s Talking Politics podcast, produced in partnership with the London Review of Books. The morning after the US mid-term elections, our panellists will be discussing the results and what they mean for America, Britain and the world. The recording will be followed by an audience Q&A and afterwards, we’ll be serving a light breakfast (to make the early wake-up bearable). Featuring:

David Runciman: Author of How Democracy Ends, The Confidence Trap and The Politics of Good Intentions, David Runciman is Professor of Politics, head of the POLIS department at the University of Cambridge, and the host of Talking Politics.

Helen Thompson: Helen Thompson is Professor of Political Economy at the University of Cambridge. Her work focuses on the historical origins of the post-2008 economic and political world, the crises it is generating for Western nations, and the political economy of oil, Brexit and the eurozone crisis. She is a regular panellist on Talking Politics.

Gary Gerstle: An American historian and the Paul Mellon Professor of American History at the University of Cambridge, Gary Gerstle is the creator and presenter of a four-part radio programme, America: Laboratory of Democracy, which broadcast on BBC World Service from October-November 2017.

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