Manchester’s Red Revolution

1 June 2005 Tom Wainwright discovers a grassroots movement that's transforming fans into activists

The Olympics and the City

1 April 2005 Oscar Reyes went to Athens to look at how the Olympics affected the life of the city, and found a legacy of privatization and surveillance. Back in London, he draws the lessons for the capital's own Olympic Bid.

War on Words

23 August 2000 The triumph of the free market after the end of the Cold War doesn't mean a free market in ideas. Tariq Ali discusses the way literature can still be a crime against the state

Who takes the rap?

1 January 1998 Hip-hop star Chuck D says black artists must fight for control of their own music and the money it earns. Donald Harding talked to him

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