Renegade Inc.

  • Cost of Western foreign policy
    The 2003 invasion of Iraq is an unresolved issue in the hearts and minds of the British people. A vocal critic of the Iraq war, foreign office diplomat Carne Ross directly contradicted the official line that there was ‘no alternative to...
  • 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.
  • Cost of Western foreign policy
    Cost of Western foreign policy
    The 2003 invasion of Iraq is an unresolved issue in the hearts and minds of the British people. A vocal critic of the Iraq war, foreign office diplomat Carne Ross directly contradicted the official line that there was ‘no alternative to...
  • NHS – where to from here?
    NHS – where to from here?
    The NHS was the first universal healthcare system established in the world. The founding principle was simple: comprehensive, universal healthcare free at the point of delivery. Now it’s a political football shaped by the governing...
  • Fake news
    Fake news
    The establishment and the media have started using ‘fake news’ as a catch-all phrase about stories which don’t fit their agenda. In terms of trust, the mainstream media today is at an all-time low. Apparently, truth is now...
  • MBAs – Maybe Best Avoided?
    MBAs – Maybe Best Avoided?
    A Master of Business Administration degree, or MBA, is often called a Golden Passport to a corporate career. With faith in big business at an all-time low, the public is right to ask what type of people are leading these organizations and what...
  • Makers vs Takers
    Makers vs Takers
    Many people are feeling that they have to work harder and longer just to stand still. There always seems to be an economic headwind denying them a fair return on the hours they put in. So what is this formless force that pushes against us? And why...
  • Conspiracy theories
    Conspiracy theories
    One of the most divisive terms in the English language today is the phrase ‘conspiracy theory.’ Its stigma has a chilling effect on people and the label has the subtle power to shut down enquiring minds and, with them, any inconvenient...
  • Gentrification
    Gentrification
    Where does so-called ‘trickle-down aspiration’ really end? And what’s the alternative to socially-cleansed, homogenized and hollowed-out communities? Ross Ashcroft is joined by the gentrification campaigner Professor Lorreta Lees...
  • Glass ceilings & glass cliffs
    Glass ceilings & glass cliffs
    Corporate culture today is widely old, white, stale, and male, but talented women in business don’t want to spend their days playing politics on regressive boards.Today there’s a little talked about counter-culture that’s...
  • Fear and loathing in the newsroom
    Fear and loathing in the newsroom
    As the biggest humanitarian crisis since WWII rages on, people in developed nations seem to be indifferent. But away from the basic media snapshots, a different and more authentic story emerges. So is the media portrayal today of immigrants,...
  • Money for Nothing
    Money for Nothing
    The production of money is ultimately the struggle for control over resources, wealth, people and our environment. But there is a surprising level of ignorance around how banks create money out of thin air and the benefits which flow from it. So on...