Isaac Nellist reviews a new ABC production about the struggle of refugees living on temporary visas, climate change and the importance of community.
Mat Ward slogged his way through Walter Isaacson's new 600-page biography of Elon Musk, so you don't have to.
Under the Shadow is a forthcoming podcast series hosted by journalist and producer Michael Fox, which delves into the history of rebellions and interventions by the United States in Latin America. Green Left’s Federico Fuentes spoke to Fox about the upcoming first season.
Antony Loewenstein discusses his new book, The Palestine Laboratory: How Israel exports the technology of occupation around the world.
Mat Ward looks back at September's political news and the best new music that related to it.
Activist and author Micheal Euade has traced the history of the struggle for Catalonian nationhood and its intersection with class struggle from the medieval period to the present in his 2022 book, A People’s History of Catalonia. Alex Salmon reviews.
Bill Nevins reviews Fintan O’Toole's 2022 book, We Don’t Know Ourselves: A Personal History of Modern Ireland.
Water, farming, nuclear tests, copper mining, new biology, and sugar. Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents six books to help understand and change the world.
Bill Nevins’ interviewed the great Scottish socialist activist-bard Dick Gaughan back in 1996, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he played a sold-out concert.
Jim McIlroy introduces Sydney academic and writer Jake Lynch's new poetry collection, Pommy Granita.
Alex Salmon reviews Bernie Sanders' new book, It’s Ok to be Angry about Capitalism.
Justice | Enough! is a new photographic exhibition by Rebecca Hosking that documents the “Women’s March for Justice: Enough is Enough!” protests that took place on Victoria’s Surf Coast, in March 2021. Chris Cherry attended the launch on August 26 at Ballarat Trades Hall.