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Back on the Line: Remembering Grunwick 40 Years On

40 years later, workers, writers and politicians remember the historic 2 year strike led primarily by South-Asian film processing workers at the Grunwick Lab in Dollis Hill, North-west London. How did Grunwick pave the way for further suppression of trade unions and independent worker organisation?


The Fix: Foreign Policy & The Left

Michael Walker is joined by Musab Younis, Meera Sabaratnam, Maia Pal and Luke Cooper to discuss Labour, the British Empire and whether Corbyn can effectively promote and implement a more progressive foreign policy.


OMFG: What is Islamophobia?

Ash Sarkar examines how a state-sponsored distrust of 'Muslimness' in the west has led to the emergence of new racisms, blurring the boundaries between scientific and cultural definitions.


Terms of Engagement: Democracy

Democracy is something we can all agree on. But what does it actually mean? James Butler looks at the many ways the word gets used politically and what it means to attempt to run a government or an organisation 'democratically'.


Is Political Art Good?

James Butler and Ash Sarkar discuss the potential for art to succeed in articulating radical politics without being dogmatic or trite.


Terms of Engagement: Ideology

In this new series for Novara TV, James Butler looks at the history and multiple usages of the word 'Ideology' and explores how it can be usefully deployed to describe and improve the world we live in.