A brief, incomplete survey of some relevant podcasts (to which I’ll add more stuff):
12 Rules For What ‘A podcast about fascists, nazis, and the far right, from the perspective of the left.’
Democracy in Danger is a podcast by Will Hitchcock, a professor of history, and media studies scholar Siva Vaidhyanathan. It explores anti-democratic ideas and movements and their implications for the United States and elsewhere in the world. ‘Taking a view that’s both historical and contemporary, Will and Siva talk to experts about the resurgence of authoritarianism, what it all means, and what might be done about it — not only to save democracy for posterity but to make it work better.’
Fifteen Minutes of Fascism is ‘a weekly news analysis and historical background podcast covering the global rise of the right-wing. New episodes every Friday.’
Hope Not Hate ‘Riding the podcast wave, the HOPE not hate team have launched their own to bring you the latest news about the far right in Britain and further afield, as well as astute analysis about racism, radicalisation and integration.’
I Don’t Speak German is a podcast about the far right hosted by Daniel Harper and Jack Graham.
It’s Going Down ‘Looking for hard-hitting analysis on the growing crisis? Searching for a revolutionary anarchist, anti-fascist, and autonomous anti-capitalist alternative to the far-Right and the neo-liberal center?’
Know Your Enemy is ‘A leftist’s guide to the conservative movement’ hosted by Matthew Sitman and Sam Adler-Bell and sponsored by Dissent Magazine.
Radikaal is a podcast by Cas Mudde which ‘combines my three personal and professional interests: politics, music & sports. More specifically, it focuses on the radical aspects of music, politics & sports. In short: RADIKAAL is a podcast about fascists, punks & ultras.’
The Loopcast is a ‘podcast series covering various topics in security and technology’ of relevance to the study of fascism and the far-right.
Working Class History What it says on the tin, including episodes dedicated to exploring the history of anti-fascist youth movements in Nazi-occupied Europe, Anti-Racist Action in the United States, the Spanish Civil War, Portuguese Revolution and so on.
Yeah Nah Pasaran! is a podcast I do with Cam Smith for Melbourne community radio station 3CR.
The War on Everyone is a six-part audiobook by Robert Evans which provides a history of fascism concentrating on the United States. Britain’s Fascist Thread is a three-part BBC documentary by historian Camilla Schofield which ‘explores the unbroken thread of fascism in Britain’.
See also : Have We Got A Podcast? A Guide (June 8, 2019).