Saturday
11:00
Into the fire
Examination of the plight of refugees in Athens and the rise of the neo nazi Golden Dawn Party.
11:40
Palestine Action occupy Elbit Systems factory (AGAIN)
Palestine Action occupy Israeli arms company Elbit’s Shenstone subsiduary.
11:45
Power trip
Resisting fracking in Lancashire.
13:00
Nurses anger
Health workers march on Downing street.
13:11
Extinction Rebellion
Our History 2018-19.
13:22
Veterans for peace
Remembrance Sunday 2019.
13:28
UK’s newest political party launches by stealing food
‘Beyond Politics’ want citizens’ assemblies to replace politicians – symbolising people taking back power, they launch by taking food out of Sainsbury’s and distributing it in the street.
13:35
CATALONIA
The streets will always be ours.
14:15
ANTIFASCISMO
The campaign for justice by activists after a fascist murder in Milan.
14:30
Covid, Protest and the Law
Police use of coronavirus regulations to close down protest seems arbitrary.
14:35
David Graeber
Trump and the American economy.
15:00
Healthworkers hit Downing street
Police attempt to arrest nurse at Die In.
15:10
Plandemic debunked
The viral conspiracy video gets fact checked.
15:50
HS2 are funding the police amid coronavirus crackdown on protest
HS2 fund a massive co-ordinated police project across 16 forces. Officers use health regulations to close down small compliant HS2 protest. Any connection?
15:53
IKEA; Reinstate Richie Venton!
Protest against victimisation.
15:55
Three days of protest at the British Museum
BP oil sponsorship was the target of this hugely ambitious 3-day protest at the British Museum.
16:03
NHS payrise campaign
Brighton was one of forty protests across the UK.
16:15
Stopping HS2 – the Colne Valley resistance
Tree protesters delay works north west of London where a chalk aquifer, and London’s drinking water is under threat from HS2 construction.
16:30 -
The End of Policing : In Conversation with Alex S Vitale
Are problems in policing really to do with a greater need for training and education; or with a problem in the diversity of recruitment and leadership? Alex will argue that the problem is more fundamental still: it is a problem with policing itself, because of the mission we have created.
18:10
Invasion
The Unist’ot’en Camp has been a beacon of resistance for nearly 10 years. It is a healing space for Indigenous people and settlers alike, and an active example of decolonization.
18:30
SIC K
Sunday
11:00
The Badger Army
Direct action against the cruel, unscientific and ongoing badger cull.
11:23
Bailiff Awards
Guests pelted with paint at awards dinner for bailiffs.
11:30
David Graeber
Syria, anarchism and visiting Rojava.
12:00
Push Buffalo
The fight for sustainable housing.
12:25
Covid & the right to protest
Coronavirus regulations used by police to clear arms company protest.
12:27
Glad to be gay
Tom Robinson serenades the Prime Minister at Downing street.
12:35
Cooperation Town – a network of food cooperatives
A visit to a community led project that hopes to roll out across the nation. https://youtu.be/ixpxID6oAgc
12:42
Veterans for Peace
Remembrance Sunday 2019.
12:50
Three days of protest at the British Museum.
BP oil sponsorship was the target of this hugely ambitious 3-day protest at the British Museum.
12:57
Health workers confront the BBC.
In the latest demonstrations around the country for a 15% pay rise for all NHS workers, health workers in London descended on the BBC headquarters in anger at the corporation's disgraceful refusal to cover the campaign.
13:06
John Pilger – Freedom of the Press
John Pilger speaks outside the trial of Julian Assange at the Old Bailey.
13:10
CATALONIA
…is anti fascist
13:45
Black Lives Matter – first London protest
In solidarity with US protests, BLM take to the streets in London.
13:50
American climate rebels
Cooperation Jackson: Building a social & solidarity economy.
14:25
How Special Branch Spied on the Animal Rights Movement
AR Spycatcher gives a talk on the shocking extent of spying and infiltration by the police into the animal rights movement - a violation of human rights that is still happening now.
15:00
Stateless on Lesvos
The activists providing practical solidarity during the height of the refugee crisis.
15:30
Stopping HS2 – the Colne Valley resistance
Tree protesters delay works north west of London where a chalk aquifer, and London’s drinking water is under threat from HS2 construction.
15:36
Extinction Rebellion
September Rebellion – Our story.
15:40
War Veterans
Discarding their medals at Downing street.
15:45
Decolonising Cultural spaces
The Maasai discuss the dark history of the museum industry.
16:35
Tell the truth – protest at BBC
Extinction Rebellion blockade BBC headquarters round the country.
16:40
Brazil’s worst environmental disaster you’ve never heard of
A massive oil spill has decimated the fishing and touring industry in the poor north east of Brazil, but there is little or no media coverage of this major disaster.
16:50
Today is not a good day
Seth Cardinal Dodginghorse’s speech from the opening ceremony of the ringroad built upon his ancestral home. The legacy of our colonialism and the placing of state interest above the community continues on since 1497.
16:00
Police Liason Officers
A short film about the role of intelligence-gathering "Police Liaison Officers".
16:07
Police Targeting of Protesters
A short film about the way the police have identified and targeted prominent anti-fracking campaigners, key protest organisers, and invariably protesters with disabilities.
16:30
A Minority Pastime
An on-the-ground documentary following the daily encounters between Hunts Masters, their groups and viewers, and those others who have something to say – countryside residents, hunt saboteurs and monitor groups.