What is #DemandANewNormal, why is it needed, how did it come about.We talk to two members of Plan-C as they describe how the project came to be."This project is a response to the moment we saw the world stop and we saw that things could change
The first of a multipart series.We are joined by teacher and NEU member Chris Hall, join us as we discuss how the NEU played its role in safeguarding us all during the pandemic and how the government were forced to take some serious U-turns dur
We talk to the Atamai tutor Centre, a grassroots organisation offering extra curricular tuition to pupils of Bristol. We talk about the need to include creativity, a decolonised curriculum, and decreasing the education qualification attainmen
Part 2 of a 2 part series, Sam Berkson (Angry Sam) joins us as we discuss the merits of our police force, the creation of a delinquent class, institutional racism, the war on drugs and more.Sam's work can be found at :myspace.com/poetthugangr
Associate Professor David Harvie (as part of the University and College Union) discusses the inevitable consequences of the commodification of education .We speak about the repercussions of precarious work, asset sweating, long term prospects f
The Problem with Universities Part 1.Associate Professor David Harvie (as part of the University and College Union) discusses the inevitable consequences of the commodification of education .We speak about the repercussions of precarious work,
I talk to SWARM (The Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement).We ask them about their vision of a new normal post pandemic and post 2020, we discuss the hardship fund and their response to Dame Diana Johnsons Sexual exploitation bill, which
Osei Johnson joins us from the ACA - Afrikan Caribbean Assembly Youth Chapter as we discuss race politics across generations, across class and across our city.We talk candidly about our Bristol elders, the work towards autonomous governance fo
As part of the #DemandANewNormal series with Plan C Bristol, we talk to the Post-Work City project. Andra Bria joins us to discuss post-workism and how we imagine our post-work cities to look like. We discusses the https://postwork.city projec
Liverpool Sisterhood take part in the Bristol Agenda (BCfm Radio)show, as part of the #DemandANewNormal series with Plan C Bristol.Kezia Davies from the Liverpool collective talks to us about their vision and demands for a new normal post pande
Part 1 of a 2 part series, Sam Berkson (Angry Sam) joins us as we discuss the merits of our police force, the creation of a delinquent class, institutional racisim, the war on drugs and more.Sam's work can be found at :myspace.com/poetthugan
Amelie, a dancer in one of Bristol's SEVs (sexual entertainment venues) joins us as a representative from the Bristol Sex workers Collective, together we discuss what workers in the sex industry need. The precarious situation of sex workers i
Bristol Redistro talk about their vision and demands for a new normal post pandemic and post 2020, they focus on the redistribution of money and power via their participatory approach to grant making. www.bristolredistro.org
The 8th of March is the day women strike. This movement began in Argentina in October 2016 where the first strike was held after the violent murder of Lucía Pérez. The movement has gained traction, with women joining from every corner of the wo
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