Adam talks to British journalist and documentary maker Adam Curtis, whose films include The Power Of Nightmares, The Century Of The Self, Bitter Lake and HyperNormalisation.

Thanks to Nicky Waltham and her editor friend Doug Bryson for helping me put this episode together along with my regular production support pal Seamus Murphy Mitchel.

Visit adam-buxton.co.uk for related links.

Music and jingles by Adam Buxton


Submitted by: Michael Needleman   3 years 1 month ago

Really interesting conversation with the most intriguing documentarian around. An absolute pleasure. Kudos!

Submitted by: Sue Yates   3 years 1 month ago

Hey Buckles...i actually haven't listened to this one yet...but i know i'll enjoy it so i'll just say right now...Hey that was one of the best ramblechats i've ever heard in my whole life. great work.

What i actually came to say was i've been listening to your older Adam and Joe 6 music podcasts, and you mentioned in one a silly idea for a restaurant called Hey Pesto...well a few weeks ago i saw a catering van called Hey Pesto. Amazing!! I pointed it out to my son and everything. He wasn't at all interested.
Actually, now i've written it, it seems really shit and boring and i most definitely shouldn't have really bothered. But, i am so much enjoying listening to the old 6 music show bits, i really do wish you would come back. Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease. I

Submitted by: Livi Bairn   3 years 1 month ago

wanker ????????

Submitted by: Robert   3 years 1 month ago

Adam, can't thank you enough for bringing my most favourite Adams together for the most wonderful ramblechat. I've loved everyone of your podcasts but that was by far the best yet. Thank you. Love - Robert

Submitted by: Jason Stubbs   3 years 1 month ago

Curtis and Buxton, my two favourite Adams. Really enjoyed this one.

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