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Inside the world’s youth-led revolts

Inside the world’s youth-led revolts Dear Future Children follows the lives and stories of three young activists from around the world

Pirates—a relatable story of teenage life at the turn of the century

Pirates—a relatable story of teenage life at the turn of the century There’s music and comedy in Reggie Yates’s film—but it’s the simple, well written story that makes it worth watching

Taking a stand against sexist violence in Turkey

Taking a stand against sexist violence in Turkey Dying to Divorce follows Ipek Bozkurt, a lawyer, who works with activists to get justice for survivors of assaults

Sardar Udham—story of the hero who took revenge for Britain’s bloody crime

Sardar Udham—story of the hero who took revenge for Britain’s bloody crime This epic biopic tells the story of Indian revolutionary Udham Singh—and the massacre that drove him to hit back at the British Empire

The Empire’s lasting legacy on British society today

The Empire’s lasting legacy on British society today Empire State of Mind explores how British colonialism fed into nationalism and racism at home

Maid—domestic abuse and a support system designed to fail

Maid—domestic abuse and a support system designed to fail Maid is extremely good, and easily one of the best TV programmes of the year

IDLES showcase changing sound on new album Crawler


It’s barely a year since IDLES’ last album, and they’re already back with a new one.

Rebellious defiance in the face of Thatcher’s bigotry


New documentary, Rebel Dykes, remembers the exuberance—and febrile politics—of London’s underground lesbian movement

Inside Job pokes fun at conspiracy theories, and the system they mistrust


Cynical scientist Raegen tries to get to the top, while dealing with Rick and Morty-style misadventures.

The Harder They Fall—building new myths around the West’s real black heroes


Netlix’s new film re-discovers the Wild West characters Hollywood tried to forget, though the story is pure fantasy

Warning—a film about modern anxieties in a not too distant future


Warning is a sci-fi set in the very near future, allowing for some fairly on the nose satire

Four Hours at the Capitol—the strange spectacle of the US far right at large


New footage reveals some of what went on when Donald Trump supporters stormed the US capitol. It’s a glimpse into the world of the far right

Deerhoof have fun on new album Actually, You Can


Creating a soundscape from myriad genres, this band also deals in the very serious business of musical witticisms.

Why Sally Rooney’s boycott matters so much to Israel


Rooney’s refusal to let an Israeli publisher translate her new book provoked furore—revealing Israel’s fear over Palestine solidarity

The Squid Game’s dystopia is today’s modern society


Netflix’s new Korean drama has become a sensation because, despite its grotesque horror, it resonates with people the world over

A reminder of Gil Scott-Heron’s classic album


Sky Arts has now produced an excellent assessment of this classic album

Shocking tales of corruption at the top tier of sport


Bad Sport is a great true crime documentary series that takes a deep look into scandals in professional sports

A BBC documentary that wants to reheat Blairism


This is the story of Blairism as Tony Blair himself would like it to be told

Ridley Road brings hidden anti-fascist history to life


A young Jewish woman finds herself drawn into the murky world of Britain’s Nazis—and a side of the 60s that some would rather forget

Vinyl shortage shows the music industry needs to change its record


Christmas serves the same purpose for both the music and chocolate industries—it’s a chance to unload tonnes of regurgitated crap

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