Renegade Inc.

  • It's economics, stupid
    A quick glance around the world and it’s safe to say that the operating system that we use to manage our economic and financial affairs has a glitch or two. It is dawning on many that it is the discipline of economics itself that is the...
  • Renegade Inc.
    Renegade Inc. is a new kind of talk show for people who think differently. We interview thinkers, writers, leaders and creators in search of new ideas. No soundbites. No shouting. No hype. Just great guests and entertaining conversation for people who want to question the conventional wisdom of modern life. Renegade Inc is hosted by award winning independent filmmaker and broadcaster Ross Ashcroft. It’s the show for the renegade spirit in everyone.
  • It's economics, stupid
    It's economics, stupid
    A quick glance around the world and it’s safe to say that the operating system that we use to manage our economic and financial affairs has a glitch or two. It is dawning on many that it is the discipline of economics itself that is the...
  • The Great British Housing Sell-off
    The Great British Housing Sell-off
    Today there is no more controversial issue in Britain than housing. Depending on when and where you were born, you’ve either been lucky, disadvantaged or plain dispossessed. It’s become the ultimate postcode lottery. Applying ‘free...
  • What you are not being told about the economy
    What you are not being told about the economy
    As Karl Marx’s ‘Das Kapital’ turns 150 and the global financial crisis enters its tenth year, we ask why it is that we are still no closer to creating an economy that actually works. Perhaps more importantly, why do mainstream...
  • The divide
    The divide
    When you hear that eight of the richest men in the world have as much wealth between them as the poorest half of the world’s population, you think either the statisticians got their math wrong, or we’re at levels of inequality never...
  • Britain’s private debt problem
    Britain’s private debt problem
    On the 10-year anniversary of the financial crisis, politicians are again ignoring the drivers that caused the biggest financial meltdown since 1929. Contrary to political groupthink, it was actually excess private debt – not public debt...
  • Money markets - Who's really pulling the strings?
    Money markets - Who's really pulling the strings?
    When everyone is thinking the same thing it’s likely no-one is really thinking. Stock markets today are at all time highs, housing markets globally are in a bubble, and companies who haven’t ever made a penny of profit are being floated...
  • Creating freedom
    Creating freedom
    Raoul Martinez left formal education at 17 to pursue a successful career as a portrait painter and then writer.In his latest book, ‘Creating Freedom,’ he poses a fundamental question: “How can we be free if we can’t control...
  • Labour 2.0
    Labour 2.0
    Jeremy Corbyn can win leadership contests, seats from the Tories, and British hearts and minds with barely any MSM help. The 2017 snap general election was clear – the British electorate trusts Jeremy Corbyn and no longer wants Blairite...
  • Can we avoid another financial crisis?
    Can we avoid another financial crisis?
    With house prices dropping, anemic growth and terrible productivity figures, it seems that developed economies are heading toward another financial fallout – having not yet paid for the last one. On this show from Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, we ask...
  • Something rotten in the state of Denmark?
    Something rotten in the state of Denmark?
    Whilst politicians globally extol Danish democratic virtues, very few of them talk about the pernicious effects financialization has had on the country. The Danish economy is carrying huge levels of private debt which, unless managed, could...