Story written by Alexandra Kollontai in 1922, imagining a communist future
Barry Hines's book A Kestrel for a Knave, which became the film Kes, was published fifty years ago this year, but it remains as relevant as ever.
Rich Belbin reviews Mike Leigh's film Peterloo. The film tells the story of a moment of British history that is too often forgotten.
Colin Revolting and his son were moved to tears by the new play The Jungle, currently showing at the Playhouse Theatre in London's West End.
Kate Bradley interview Mark Abel, author of Groove: An Aesthetic of Measured Time
An interview with Martin Hewes of the Redskins, to some the true inheritors of the Clash's crown as the radical rockers
The first Rock Against Racism carnival took place forty years ago, on April 30 1978.
While #MeToo has seen countless people speak out about sexual violence and harassment, it has also revealed difficulties in building the means of confronting them.
Writer Ursula Le Guin, who died on 22 January aged 88, overturned notions of what Science Fiction should be about.
A lost gem of Marxist aesthetic theory, out of print for over forty years.