As another financial crisis looms does Britain have a responsibility to assist Ireland due to centuries of colonial oppression and atrocity? John Rees debates with Ruth Dudley Edwards on BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show.
After taking part in the student protest and occupation of Tory head office ULU President Clare Solomon appeared on BBC Newsnight defending the resistance of students and calling for more occupations across the country.
The man who closed the pits and threw 30,000 miners on the dole (in October 1992) - loses his temper, whilst Ken Loach ("We should talk about the undeserving rich") is a model of restrained, focused anger.
Migrants for London is a dynamic look at migrants' impact on our society, giving voice to different experiences of migration in the capital and suggesting Londoners, together, could lead a new movement for a more progressive migration policy.
In this animated film radical sociologist David Harvey asks if it is time to look beyond capitalism towards a new social order that would allow us to live within a system that really could be responsible, just, and humane?