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The death of a year of deaths… and we look at Liberty!
It’s a bumper December episode… take your time, savour and reflect and then troll us on Twitter – where we are opening our Activists Advent…
On this episode, themed around Liberty, we have the former guitarist with Stiff Little Fingers, Henry Cluney, on the politics in his and the bands songs, Debra Torrance on Takin’ a liberty, Eric Joyce and Neil Scott with very different takes on Fidel Castro and Matt Geraghty with “A Monster Calls”.
Dr Bruce Scott talks to us about Free Speech and the Liberation of the Psyche, Joe Solo on a song that should be in your Christmas songlist, and on liberty. Julie Bindel discusses the international sex trade, Chuck Hamilton talks about bisexuality from the point of view of a bisexual, Amber Daniels on the liberation of extreme self consciousness, Mara Leverkuhn on fake news.
We have Raiph talkin aboot tryin tae lissen tae uvvars views oan twittar, an no jus bein insultin!, Steve McAuliiffe with A Full Scale Apocalyptic Meltdown, Ruth Hopkins gives us an update on the stand off in North Dakota between Native American water protectors and the state working on behalf of the oil companies, Fuad Alakbarov speaks about the dreadful reality of the immigration crisis, Tommy Ball on the disasterous 2016 and the rise of racism and the right, and Victoria Pearson asks what it means when we say “It’s a free country”, and Atilla the Stockbroker treats us to Prince Harry’s Knob.
With music this episode from Pauline Bradley, Steve White and the Protest Family, Derek Stewert Macpherson, Grace Petrie, Joe Solo and the Hatfield Main, Gerry Mulvenna, The Girobabies,
Jackal Trades, Ms Mohammed, Thee Faction, Roy Møller,
John McHarg, David Rovics The Just Joans and Atilla the Stockbroker.
A bumper episode to get you through the festive period! If we’ve inspired you to try and some good this Christmas and you aren’t quite sure where to start, check out our Activist Advent calendar for simple ways to make the world a better place everyday.