The Nazi Pop Twins provide the most intriguing view in this weeks programming.
After a wildcat strike last month, 1200 workers at Rosyth Royal Dockyard have announced they are to ballot on industrial action in their dispute over pensions.
Spectacularly tedious radio 'personality' Chris Moyles crossed the picket lines of his colleagues during the 2011 BBC strike against compulsory redundancies. 2005 BBC strike against 4,000 job cuts.
The rise in anti-Semitism and the prolific use of tagging are the main topics this week.
Some of the highlights this week include documentaries on greenwashing, the diamond trade and Mussolini's rise to power.
The first national postal strike in 11 years happened on Friday 29 June (2007) with a 24-hour stoppage. libcom.org caught up with some pickets on the line in Brighton.
A biography of British artist and Bohemian Augustus John, with particular focus on his connection with the anarchist movement.
A fascinating and detailed account of a little known international seamens' strike in 1925, lasting over 100 days and spreading from Britain to Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
This weeks viewing highlights include documentaries on the consequences of both regeneration and globalisation.
Workers at Grampian foods at Llangefni are to strike Monday, Wednesday and Friday of next week.
A short but important article by the celebrated anarchist historian (and historian of anarchism) Max Nettlau about the earliest origins of the anarchist movement in Britain.
An analysis of the situation in Italy during 1973 by the group, Potere Operaio (Workers' Power).
Murray Bookchin's critique of the USSR's economy as state capitalist. Published in Contemporary Issues 7, Autumn 1950 (under pseudonym M. S....
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