Join Andrew Carter as he explores the major issues and developments that have affected UK cities in recent years, and some of the big challenges they face in the years ahead. Each month, Andrew sits down with the experts to tackle issues like the future of work, the impact of austerity, how to solve the housing crisis and whether cities are making us more unequal. This page collects the latest episodes. You can also subscribe to the Centre for Cities podcast on iTunes and Stitcher where you can rate and review the show.
Andrew talks to the Rt Hon Vince Cable, Louise Marston & Gavin Kelly about the recent industrial strategy.
Andrew talks to Greg Clark and Tim Moonen about their two new books 'World Cities and Nation States' and 'Global Cities', and discusses what's in store for 2017 with Alexandra Jones and Paul Swinney.
Andrew talks to Tony Travers and Vicky Pryce about the impact of Brexit, and Alexandra Jones and Paul Swinney about what came out of the Autumn Statement.
Andrew talks gentrification with Anna Minton, Toby Lloyd and Ed Clarke, and asks Alexandra Jones and Paul Swinney about the Autumn Statement.
Andrew talks to Dr Thomas Kemeny about the divergent economies of Los Angeles and the Bay Area in California.
Andrew talks to John Dickie from London First, Kathleen Kelly from the National Housing Federation and Marc Vlessing from Pocket about how to get more homes built in cities.
Andrew talks to Henry Overman from the LSE and Alexander Lembcke from the OECD about the theory of 'agglomeration'.