The second of two panel discussions on the subject of Knowledge after Austerity and Brexit, which took place on 23 February and 3 March 2017 at the London College of Communication, UAL. This programme focuses on designing solutions and considers new forms of knowledge creation and dissemination that could provide an alternative future for knowledge production in the UK. Invited Panelists were: David Cross, Reader in Art and Design, University of the Arts London; Mor Rubinstein, Community Coordinator, Open Knowledge International; Shiri Shalmy, artist and curator, Antiuniversity Now co-organiser; Tom Wakeford, Reader in Public Science, Coventry University and Lead Practitioner, People’s Knowledge. Chair: Rebecca Bramall, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications, London College of Communication. Recorded by Ethan Pickthall and Edwin Hind. Visit listeningacrossdisciplines.net for more information.