Radical cities: Montreal
Andrew Winchur offers a quick guide to the radical capital of North America

Newcastle: the pretty and the (not so) gritty
Michelle Zellers takes us on a tour of Newcastle, sharing the city’s radical history, its green spaces and where to head for a night out on the Tyne

Belo Horizonte: Culture brews from below
A thriving alternative scene occupies buildings and streets in one of Brazil’s largest cities. Tom Gatehouse takes us on a tour

Naples: A city centred
The media image of Naples as a dirty, crime-ridden, industrial dump masks the hidden life of a much maligned and misunderstood city, writes Nick Dines

Tokyo, behind the bright lights
Mark Pendleton shows us round the Japanese capital, a hive of anti-nuclear activism

Barcelona: Neighbourhoods of noise
Anna Gurney offers a guided tour to resistance past and present in the Catalan capital of Barcelona

Radical cities: A guide to Nablus, Palestine
Simply visiting Palestine can be a radical act. Sarah Irving suggests that the city of Nablus should be on any visitor’s itinerary

Toronto tales
Juliette Daigre and Tom Malleson guide us round Canada’s most radical city

Bristol: Chameleon skin, seditious heart
Bristol has a progressive social fabric that sustains radical thinkers, artists and activists. Dan Iles shows us round

Copenhagen: Something radical in the state of Denmark
Copenhagen offers much of interest to visiting lefties

Radical road round Dublin
Donal Fallon kicks off this new feature as he takes us on a tour of the Irish capital