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Louise Gray reviews the latest music releases by Songs of Our Native Daughters...

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Progress has been slow since the 2009 revelations of workers being blacklisted for union activity, Phil Chamberlain...

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Peter Whittaker and Jo Lateau review the latest releases in radical publishing.

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Peter Whittaker and Jo Lateu review the latest selection of non-fiction radical book...

The Incendiaries by RO Kwon;  Betraying Big Brother by Leta Hong Fincher; A Radical History of the World by Neil Faulkner; Rupture by Manuel Castells, translation by Rosie Marteau​

New Internationalist editors review the latest in book releases.

Bisbee 17 at Hot Docs, Toronto

Highlights from the major documentary film festival held annually in Toronto, Canada.

Sirens: a top recommendation from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, Nick Dowson suggests a few shows to get your teeth stuck into.

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No Turning Back by Rania Abouzeid; Beside the Syrian Sea by James Wolff; Frankenstein in Baghdad by Ahmed Saadawi,...

Behold, America by Sarah Churchwell; Disoriental by Négar Djavadi; A History of...

My Brother’s Husband by Gengoroh Tagame; What does consent really mean? by Pete Wallis and...

Two Sisters by Åsne Seierstad; A Moonless, Starless Sky by Alexis Okeowo; Brother...

Building and Dwelling, by Richard Sennett.

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A Fantastic Woman

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‘Transcendent and deeply moving from the first to the last’: our March film reviews.

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