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The Daily Miracle
A film about the Morning Star, previously the Daily Worker, founded in 1930 and still the world’s only English-language socialist daily newspaper.
The People’s Flag – pt 4
Part 4 of a series of five hour-long documentaries, made for C4, which tells the story of the British labour movement, through the voices of men and women who have played an active role in its history.
Only a Bookseller
Jack Firestein was a bookseller with bookstalls outside the Camden Labour Centre, in Unity Theatre foyer and shops in the East End, Willesden and Soho. He was also a driver for union leader Clive Jenkins and a fearless labour movement activist.
No to EU Liberalisation
No To EU Liberalisation – Yes To Workers’ Rights – this DVD explains RMT opposition to European Union rail privatisation.
The T&G Story
A documentary exploring the history of the Transport and General Workers Union.
Language and Disability
A short film on language and disability made for the BBC.
not a penny on the rent
A campaign film against Greater London Council attempts to raise council rents.
A Message to All Train Drivers
Why all train drivers should unite with fellow rail workers in an all-grades trade union.
upper clyde shipbuilders
The UCS struggle is a campaign film supporting the fight to retain their jobs by the workers at Upper Clyde Shipyards who developed a new weapon for waging this fight – the occupation and the work-in.
fighting the bill
Fighting the Bill documents the massive trade union and labour movement campaign against the Conservative government’s 1971 Industrial Relations Bill.