On the anniversary of Thatcher's death and thirty years after the miners' strike of 1984, Cumnock miner Gordon Cossar relates his experience of the pits, the pickets and the battle of Orgreave
The internationally renowned author Tariq Ali is giving two lectures on Scottish independence in Edinburgh and Glasgow on Friday 14 March. James Foley interviewed him before the big events.
As the referendum campaign begins to heat up James Foley speaks to Jim Sillars about the prospects for a Yes vote and his hopes for an independent Scotland.
In the run-up to the Radical Independence Conference 2013, we'll be interviewing figures on the Scottish Left about it's future, Scottish independence, and the real issues facing working class people today. This week, David Jamieson and Cat Boyd spoke to the SSP Councillor Jim Bollan.
Following the recent announcement by Unite the Union to call an early election for its next General Secretary, Suki Sangha and Bryan Simpson caught up with the incumbent, Len McCluskey, at his campaign launch in Glasgow to talk about the Labour party, the possibility of a General Strike and community membership.
Dominique Graham interviews the world renowned political analyst Noam Chomsky about the Arab revolutions, China, Iran and Palestine.
Lucy Brown speaks to writer, researcher and leading land reform activist Andy Wightman, and asks: what are the prospects for democracy in an independent Scotland?
An activist from the We Are All Hana Shalabi Campaign met Issa Amro of Youth Against Settlements in Hebron, Palestine to discuss the occupation and the Palestinian resistance.
Liam Mclaughlan is a 16 year old socialist blogger from Easterhouse, Glasgow. Ben Wray spoke to him about young working class people, politics and the Left in Scotland.
David Jamieson speaks to political commentator John Rees about mass movements, the modern world and the tasks of the left today.