This podcast is the second in a series commissioned by the Research Methodology in Education Special Interest Group to showcase the variety of methodologies and methods being undertaken by researchers in education. In this episode, Dr Bukola Oyinloye, co-convenor of the RME SIG is in conversation with Dr Elke Van dermijnsbrugge, Lecturer-Researcher in International Teacher Education at NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands. They speak about punk ethnography, including what it is not, its philosophical assumptions and anarchist principles, the methods that can be employed, and how it can be analysed. They also discuss its challenges and Dr Elke provides some suggestions for those who might be interested in adopting the approach. Dr Elke writes and curates the Punk Ethnography website. You may also read more about her work on punk ethnography in the book ‘Punk Pedagogies in Practice: Disruptions and Connections’.