“Working Class History” has existed for a few years as a social media feed highlighting often neglected events from the past to inspire us now.
They’ve just launched a new podcast. The debut episdode covers the Grunwick strike and is a great listen. It was particularly good to hear some critical discussion about the strike is being absorbed into mainstream history whilst being shed of some of its collective radicalism.
The latest edition is the first half of an interview with John Barker on the Angry Brigade/Stoke Newington 8. As usual John is very insightful and I enjoyed hearing him talk about his early life, political development and the sixties/seventies counter culture generally:
You can get more information about the project on its website:
(The site also has links to their twitter, Facebook and Youtube feeds as well as a Patreon page for financial support)
You can also subscribe to the podcast on Itunes.