TV Times 30 September - 6 October

Class War's weekly TV guide for the revolutionary couch potato. Two major documentaries from the Dispatches team this week - on data theft and Myanmar, plus a side to Iran that is little known. Science fiction fans can enjoy the TV version of Logan's Run - unless you are over 30 of course!

The great Olympic rip-off

Rob Ray reveals the double standards being applied as the sporting juggernaught tears up London

Coventry Council workers to strike on Monday

Workers at Coventry Council will be on strike Monday as part of a continued struggle against wage cuts imposed under the "single status" agreement.

Scotland: DHL drivers may strike

Several hundred drivers for DHL are to be balloted for strike action in Scotland by the GMB union.

BNP meeting prevented by workers' action

Action by workers at a Doncaster social club has prevented the BNP from holding a meeting.

About Aufheben

A brief introduction to the Aufheben group and magazine.

TV Times 23-29 September

Welcome back to Class War’s TV guide for the revolutionary couch potato. If watching the Labour party conference, as sponsored by Sky News, is too much for you, why not try some of these programmes?

One-day national NHS strike

Workers at the supply agency NHS Logistics have walked out on a symbolic one-day strike to protest the planned privatisation of the logistics service, in the first national NHS strike for 18 years.

Ryder Cup clothing workers to strike

Workers making clothes for the European Ryder Cup golf team, will begin a work-to-rule and overtime ban on Friday.

Mannin, Ethel - Albert Meltzer

Anarchist Albert Meltzer writes about British author and anarchist Ethel Edith Mannin.