Researcher Toyne Newton breaks down the secretive origins of the European Union. Held at Democracy in Danger, a series of public talks on contemporary issues in Shoreham, West Sussex, during April 2015.
Ray Sheath of the 2015 Constitutionalists attends Democracy in Danger, a series of public talks on contemporary issues held in Shoreham, West Sussex. Sheath outlines the flaws of our current system of governance in the UK and outlines a new approach.
A look at the uncertainties faced by private tenants in Britain, who rent their homes on short tenancies with little security.
Peter Poole attends the launch of Occupy Democracy Brighton beside the clock tower, central Brighton, on Saturday January 17th 2015.
Martin Poole explores the world of web-based software-defined radio (WebSDR) receivers and how they allow remote online users to tune into the often mysterious sounds of short wave radio.
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Martin Poole summarises the news of terror attacks in Paris and highlights some of the most crucial details of the last few days.
Peter Poole reads from a series of mysterious posters discovered under a Brighton railway tunnel. Recorded on Sunday December 28th 2014.
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Peter and Martin Poole.
The i360 is a controversial new tower being built on Brighton seafront, at great financial cost. Peter Poole listens as speakers proclaim its merits on Tuesday July 29th 2014, with skeptical words from Nigel Furness.
Peter and Martin Poole share their thoughts on the latest movie from director Christopher Nolan, Interstellar. Please note that this episode contains spoilers as the plot is openly discussed throughout.