The Voice of the People

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“I raise my voice not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard” (Malala Yousafzai)

“I raise my voice not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard” (Malala Yousafzai)

This podcast has many interesting people and music…

Rachael Horwitz reports on the David Icke protest in Watford at the end of November.

David Rovics has 3 contributions

Just a Renter

The US is an extremely divided society.  One of its many divisions is that between landlords and renters. 

Paradise Lost

We have seen the future of a world run by real estate speculators, property developers and transnational corporations — it is the apocalypse.

Failed States of America

When daily life in a nation is best described as a constant series of predictable and preventable catastrophes that just keep on happening anyway, this nation is, by definition, a failed state. 

Debra Torrance says “I’M NOT SHOUTING” about disabled benefit claimants and just a wee mention of Ross Thomson donating to food banks.

Laura Lundahl  Has two pieces; “Non-EU Immigrants are Your Friends” the Leave campaign/Tories want to sow divisions regarding different types of immigrants, and the Remain crowd needs to stop playing into their hands.

“Keep Calm and Carry On, But…” Keep Calm and Carry On is a mindset respected the world over, but when terrorism strikes, it can be taken too far in the “carry on” direction. 

Red Raiph tells about his plans for Christmas on twitter.

Paul Sheridan discusses why he chooses Protest music and the paths that lead him there.

Ungagged first timers Max, Cassie & John update us on life in East Washington, USA.

Richie Venton speaks on Class not Creed.

And for our fiction lovers* we will have the third part of the Tales of the Gareloch series by the Acting Strange Theatre Company.

With music from;-

Argonaut – twice, Candidates, The Blackheart Orchestra, Joe Solo, Steve McAuliffe & the Mighty Ur, Stephen Smith, Steve White, The Charlemagnes and Victoria Långstrump.


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