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Murder, intrigue and politics make Peaky Blinders great

Murder, intrigue and politics make Peaky Blinders great Hit series gets its dramatic power from looking at world events. It doesn’t sugar-coat politics and it takes its audience seriously, argues Hope Ryan

LETTERS - Harvey Weinstein exposes society riddled with sexism

LETTERS - Harvey Weinstein exposes society riddled with sexism I’ve been sickened, but not surprised, by the recent exposure of film producer Harvey Weinstein’s horrific treatment of women in the film industry.

24 hour strike channel at BBC World News

24 hour strike channel at BBC World News Members of the NUJ union working on the BBC World News channel struck for 24 hours on Thursday of last week.

Putting our class on the screen - an interview with Tony Garnett

Putting our class on the screen - an interview with Tony Garnett Tony Garnett, producer of Cathy Come Home, talks to Sadie Robinson about battling BBC bosses, representing working class life and why we need socialist change

Pickets at parliament as BBC workers strike against low pay

Pickets at parliament as BBC workers strike against low pay Journalists working at the BBC Parliament channel are striking today, Wednesday, to demand pay parity.

Tories line up new attack to smash BBC

The Tories launched an attack on the BBC last week with a review into how the public broadcaster operates. 

Their media is never impartial. Neither are we.

16 September 2014
Nick Robinson, the BBC’s political editor, is upset. He doesn’t like the fact that people have rightly picked him up for being biased against the Scottish Yes campaign.

Greg Philo: 'Media support for Israel isn’t about bias. It’s about power structures'

05 August 2014
Professor Greg Philo from the Glasgow Media Group explains how and why the mainstream media favours Israel

We can’t just blame Ukip’s success on media bias

03 June 2014
Did the constant presence of Ukip in the media lead to the party’s success? It’s not so simple, argues Ian Taylor

Stuart Hall’s abuse relates to a culture of bullying—not the ‘permissive’ 1970s

07 May 2013
BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has admitted 14 charges of indecently assaulting girls—one aged nine.

BBC workers walk out to take on the bosses’ cuts

05 April 2013
Thousands of journalists, technicians and other workers walked out at the BBC across Britain on Thursday last week.

Thousands walk out against crushing BBC cuts

03 April 2013
Thousands of journalists, technicians and other workers walked out at the BBC today, Thursday, in protest at the extra workload and stress caused by cuts at the corporation.

BBC workers' resistance to job attack

28 March 2013
Bectu and NUJ union members at the BBC were planning to strike on Thursday of this week against increased workload, compulsory redundancies and bullying.

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