Dissident Island Radio

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Dissident Island Radio focuses on environmental and social campaigns as well as issues that are relevant to anti-authoritarian people and groups. With activist news, reports about actions and happenings, recipes, plays and DJs we give you all you need to keep informed, entertained and thinking. Broadcasting from the London social centre scene on the first and third Friday of every month, and also available for download. Check it!











Dissident Island Radio – June 2020 – Episode 247
Jun 16 2020
  Dissident Island Radio episode 247 is a bumper mashup of black lives matter and mutual aid, tending you with:   - A report back and street sounds from the first weekend of Black Lives Matter demonstrations in London (00:01:35 - 00:12:10)   - RaRa sharing mutual support strategies for mental health carers, critiques of psychiatry, the impacts of covid and how we can sustain each other (00:14:34 - 00:45:40)   - Faith from Leabridge Mutual Aid Group discussing practical community support networks taking root under lockdown (00:46:49 - 01:04:04)   - A double dose of legal learnings from ACAB Andy - first with updates on police and court responses to the demos (01:07:52 - 01:21:10) followed by advice on what to expect should you suffer arrest (01:27:14 -01:45:10)   - Sprinkled throughout are spoken word poems and snippets of speech from the Newington Green Black Lives Matter demo held last Saturday, 13th June   - And playing us out is Ronin with a technically filthy set ahead of his new release (01:46:15 - 03:05:45)   Download the full show below or download the chat show and/or dj set separately here: SHOW // DJ SET   For additional resources on collective care check out: - CRADLE Community for resources around care and accountability - Power Makes us Sick zine, 'physically distant, connected by care: towards collective resilience and strength during the covid-19 pandemic' - PirateCare's syllabus of resources, inc. content around coronavirus - Queercare : Mental Health Intervention Protocol pocket guide - Death Cafes gone digital, inc. The Outside Project's Virtual Community Center centering LGBTQ+ - Misery Party: a mental health collective centering queer/trans/nb BIPOC. The Misery Meets Curriculum has many great links - Healing Justice LDN centers black, brown and indigenous healing. Latest sessions include confronting savior complexes within carework. - If you’ve any cash to share RaRa recommends Black Minds Matter UK   For more on mutual aid check out: - Transformative justice handbook - Lessons from Covid-19 on transformative justice and mutual aid - Reflections for activists going local for the first time  


Dissident Island Radio – April 2020 – Episode 245
Apr 05 2020
  Dissident Isolation's episode 245 delivers to your door:   - DIY Kodak Collective in Brighton discuss their work to build self-organised solutions for sheltering NFA people in the face of state-facilitated violence (00:02:30 - 00:17:15)   - GDM, medical doctor, researcher and epidemiologist, opines the UK government's shambolic pandemic action and concerns over surveillance, privacy and data, as well as silver-linings to the crisis like open science, collaboration and solidarity action (00:19:10 - 00:52:30)   - ACAB Andy gives us the legal lowdown in these uncertain times, explaining the Coronavirus Act, the impact that lockdown is having on courts and the implications for squatters (00:55:00 - 01:06:15)   - Kevin from Netpol (Network for Police Monitoring) on alarming application of new police powers, prison solidarity campaigns and how to advocate against criminalisation in the age of covid-19 (01:08:55 - 01:24:40)   - Chickpea serves up this month's contribution to the A-Radio Network's Bad(ass) News (01:28:25 - 01:39:15)   - DJ Tifta bangs out some viral drum'n'bass (01:40:50 - 02:25:30)   And medicinal music is administered throughout from: - Psychs with Coronavirus UK Drill - MV Bill with Quarentena - Bobi Wine & Nubian Li with Corona Virus Alert - Y en a marre with Fagaru Ci Coronavirus   Download the full show below, or you can download just the chat show and/or dj set separately here: SHOW // DJ SET








Dissident Island Radio – September 2019 – Episode 238
Sep 12 2019
Episode 238 saw Dissident Island pay tribute to the hive of radical activity that is Peace House in the run-up to the building’s 60th anniversary. To mark the occasion we had:   - Catherine from Housman’s Bookshop telling us some of the history of Peace House and discussing why it’s such a vital space for organising (00:01:13 - 00:10:09)   - ACAB Andy giving us the lowdown on developments with Green & Black Cross’ restructuring, a report from protests against the DSEI arms fair, and a tribute to departed comrade Donald Rooum (00:11:20 - 00:25:03)   - Author and ex-soldier Joe Glenton from Forces Watch discussing the group’s work countering militarisation and the ethics of the military (00:28:22 - 00:40:29)   - Dissident Island’s contribution to September’s edition of BAD NEWS, the audio bulletin of the network of anarchist and antiauthoritarian radio stations from around the world featuring a briefing on rad shit that’s happened around the UK in the past months (00:43:10 - 00:52:13)   - Jay from No Sweat in to talk to us about the group’s campaign against sweatshop labour in the garment industry and their efforts to support workers building a better future by taking control of their workplaces (00:54:04 - 01:13:08)   - Announcements for upcoming opportunities to hit the streets, shake your booty and share solidarity ((01:13:09 - 01:17:45)   - Speedcore/breakcore tunes from the twisted mind of Monad to finish us off (01:17:46 - 02:52:51)   Plus tunes from the Punk Ethics / Punks Against Sweatshops playlist featuring Crass, Oi-Polloi, Petrol Girls and The Restarts     Download the full show below, or you can download just the chat show and/or dj set separately here: SHOW // DJ SET





























































































































Dissident Island Radio - 13 December 2013 - Episode 131
Dec 15 2013
On the show:Two of our erudite and well-informed cyclist comrades, Chris and GDM, join us in a conversation discussing safe and ecologically sustainable transport in a capitalist driven metropolis. The show's theme is informed by the numerous cycle-related deaths in London in November 2013 including: * HGVs (Heavy Goods Vehicles) - should there be a ban on these machines in highly-populated areas like central London?* the current response by the Met: 'Operation Safeway' which sees 2,500 cops monitoring junctions with the purpose of issuing on the spot fines to cyclists with set monthly quotas * rather daft MP comments from politicians sitting on transport committees on things like paying Road Tax and creating mandatory bike registration* continental European traffic initiatives called 'Shared Spaces' and London initiatives like '20 is plenty' (limiting vehicle speed to 20mph) and effects on road safetyAnd lots, lots more. We also get a very thorough update on the legal situation at 195 Mare Street, the grade II listed building. Occupiers lost in court to unscrupulous developers and builders who are eager to throw-up more yuppie flats in a bid to join the accelerating race towards total gentrification in Hackney. DJ All Exit joined us on the wheels of steel with a unique set of tunes to get your feet thumpin.That's it from us in 2013 - thanks for listening and we'll see you next year!D*Iwww.dissidentisland.orgfind us on twitter: @DissidentIslandfriend us on f*book: www.facebook.com/dissidentislandwatch us on vimeo: www.vimeo.com/dissidentisland











Rodrigo Nunes - Mass Protests in Brazil - 3 July 2013
Jul 11 2013
Mass Protests in Brazil, with Rodrigo Nunes Wednesday 3 July, 2013 8pm Brazil has been shaken by a wave of protests in the last few weeks on a scale unseen in a long time. Starting with protests against bus fare rises, and stoked by the brutality of police violence, they ended up catalysing a series of diffuse grievances, as well as becoming the target of attempts to hijack them and turn them in a specifically anti-government direction. This talk will approach the causes of the protests, the genealogy of their emergence and viral spread, and sketch out the potentials and risks of the present political scenario in Brazil. The event will be held in English with translation into German available. RODRIGO NUNES is an associate lecturer and researcher at PUCRS, Porto Alegre, Brazil, where he coordinates the research group Materialismos. He is a member of the editorial collective of Turbulence. As of August 2013, he will be a lecturer in contemporary philosophy at PUC-Rio, Rio de Janeiro. This event is organised by the Heinrich Böll Foundationâs Educational Institute in Berlin. It has been made possible through funding by the Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin. There are a limited number of places available for this seminar and it is essential to register by writing to: [email protected] The event is free. VENUE: Bildungswerk Berlin der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Kottbusser Damm 72 10967 Berlin (U-Bahn: Hermannplatz) For more information, see: http://www.bildungswerk-boell.de/










Dissident Island Radio - 15 March 2013 - Episode 115
Mar 15 2013
Dissident Island Radio - Iraq War Panel Discussion - Friday 15 March 2013: 10 years after the start of one of the most contested wars in modern history, dissident island radio assembles a panel of seasoned anti-war activists who have been active in opposing the Iraq war. Joining us for the evening: MILAN RAI, author of War Plan Iraq and Regime Unchanged, breaker of sanctions on Iraq (three pre-2003 delegations to Iraq with Voices in the Wilderness UK), organiser of direct action against the Iraq War, imprisoned for two weeks for refusing to pay a fine for a spraypaint protest against the 2004 assault on Fallujah, now a co-editor of Peace News, just returned from peace delegation to Iran. CIARON O'REILLY is a long term member of the christian anarchist Catholic Worker movement. He is presently based at Giuseppe Conlon House Harringay that offers shelter to destitute refugees. His recent activism has centred around solidarity with Bradley Manning and Julian Assange presently pursued by the U.S. government for exposing the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan. Ciaron served 13 months in U.S. prisons for the ANZUS Plowshares disabling of a B52 on the eve of the 1991 Gulf War. In the late '90's he served 5 months jail in Darwin/ Australia for disabling mining equipment at the Jabulika uranium mine site. He was acquitted along with the Pitstop Plougshares of the 2003 $U.S. 2.5 million damage of a U.S. warplane en route to the invasion of Iraq at Shannon Airport/ Ireland. Recent Vice Magazine interview with Ciaron: http://tinyurl.com/bkuzjbe JIM BRAND, a member of the Steering Commitee of the Stop the War Coalition. (Bio to be updated soon)









Dissident Island Radio - Olympic Special - 20 July 2012
Jul 20 2012
On tonight's show, we cast a critical eye over the 2012 Olympic games, which are set to open in East London in a week's time. Adam and Tim spoke to a number of people involved in campaigns surrounding the Olympics and discovered some of the hidden consequences of the games. First up, we have an interview with Julian Cheyne, former resident of the Clays Lane estate in Newham, which was demolished in 2007 to make way for the Olympic athletes village. We also spoke to two activitsts, Caroline and Kev, who are part of the save Leyton Marsh Campaign, a grassroots campaign to prevent the destruction of a community open space to build a temporary basketball training facility. We also have some historical background on repressive tactics used at past Olympic games and injunctions and exclusion orders that are being used today from Brian Richardson, a barrister based in East London who is also the author of Tell it like it is: how our schools fail black children. We also spoke to several people who have been doing research into the corporations sponsoring the games. These include Richard Solly from the London Mining Network talking about the Greenwash Gold Campaign; Anna McMullan from the Play Fair campaign; and Tim Hunt talking about the great Olympic Tax Swindle. Also including tracks from Red Snapper, Radikal Guru feat Cian Finn, Dub Trio and Kidkanevil. And to finish things off we have a set from Little Shit and Squeaky Grinder






























Despite the Sun panel discussion - 3 August 2011
Aug 05 2011
In January 1986, Rupert Murdoch moved his printing operation, News International, from Fleet St to Wapping in East London. Over 5,000 print workers, clerical staff, cleaners and secretaries were sacked in one day. He broke the traditionally strong printers union and banned the NUJ â the results of which we can see today. Despite the Sun is an investigation into the year-long dispute, which shook the print industry. Produced from the point of view of the residents and print workers, the camera records the effects on residents harassed by the police and Murdochâs lorries alike and cavalry-like charges of police horses on the picket lines. Vital questions are raised on the ownership and control of the media, access to it, the organisation of work and impact of the so-called ânew technologyâ. Get the DVD. One of the first camcorder activist tapes, Despite the Sun sold over 400 copies and was (thankfully) âbootleggedâ by the picketers and sold on the picket lines. An important historical account of a dispute that will resonate for many years to come and one that was almost totally ignored by the media. During the three month production of this video Despite TV had equipment damaged, many light bulbs truncheoned and three members were assaulted by police. Sean Cubitt: âthatâs I think one of the most gripping pieces of political documentary to be made in this country in the last 50 years, itâs a phenomenal piece of work.â âthey all went scooting round through peopleâs houses and so on to get stories that the national media werenât getting, and itâs a fabulous piece of workâ âSo it was very important aesthetically as well as in terms of its politics.â The following audio is the recording of the panel discussion that followed the screening of Despite TV's 'Despite the Sun' at the London College of Communication on 3 August, 2011.






































Indymedia Radio at COP15 - 16 December 2009 Reclaim Power live broadcast edited
Feb 08 2010
During the days of action around the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference which took place in Denmark - most commonly referred to as the COP15 - a group of radio enthusiasts hailing from around the globe came together to produce daily radio shows in four different languages. Shows focused on the climate and social justice issues inspiring the multitude of protest activity that was taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark. On the 16 December 2009 - the Reclaim Power day of action - Indymedia Radio broadcast live and direct from 8am until 4pm to bring listeners live interviews from inside and outside of the Bella Centre (a focal point of the protest activity on the day, which happened to be the location of the state-led negotiations), as well as reports from the streets of Copenhagen, regular updates from the Indymedia action timeline and speeches, updates and analysis from the People's Assembly and other protests blocs. All this live audio was interspersed with music and audio from previous Indymedia COP15 Radio broadcasts... This 8 hour long live broadcast has been edited down into this much more digestible 3.5 hour long piece of audio - and includes all the live segments that were broadcast on the day. If you make it through the entire 3.5 hours, you'll notice that the Indymedia Radio hosts break in once more after finishing the broadcast, at about 7pm on the day, in order to make a special telephone call to a comrade who ended up one of the inhumane Danish jail-cages along with many other activists...so listen out for this bit of exclusive audio! For more detailed information on the protest activities that happened during the COP15, check out the Danish Indymedia website, which features a wealth of information and articles in English as well as pictures, videos and more: www.indymedia.dk Many thanks to terminal 21, radio corax, dissident island radio and the indymedia kolective and everyone who came together to make Indymedia Radio at the COP15 happen. Also many thanks to all the people who participated and who took to the streets to Reclaim Power. So have a listen - it's almost as good as being on the streets yourself...


Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Sunday 10 August broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Saturday 10 August 2008. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Saturday 9 August evening broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Saturday 9 August 2008 in the evening. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Saturday 9 August afternoon broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Saturday 9 August 2008 in the afternoon. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Friday 8 August evening broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Friday 8 August 2008 in the evening. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I


Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Friday 8 August afternoon broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Friday 8 August 2008 in the afternoon. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Thursday 7 August afternoon broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Thutsday 6 August 2008 in the afternoon. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Wednesday 6 August evening broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Wedensday 6 August 2008 in the evening. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Wednesday 6 August afternoon broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Wednesday 6 August 2008 in the afternoon. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Tuesday 5 August evening broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Tuesday 5 August 2008 in the evening. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Tuesday 5 August afternoon broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Tuesday 5 August 2008 in the afternoon. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I

Climate Camp Radio - Kingsnorth 2008 - Monday 4 August evening broadcast
Feb 07 2010
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio. This material was broadcast from Camp For Climate Action on the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. This show is the live broadcast which aired, online and via FM radio, on Monday 4 August 2008 in the evening. Alongside camp announcements, the shows cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcomed people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aimed to provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop. The shows were streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. Without doubt the coolest shit on the site. Climate Camp Radio was brought to you by: Dissident Island Radio (www.www.dissidentisland.org) With indispensable help from Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I With indispensable help from: Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless. For more information on the Camp for Climate Action, check out: www.climatecamp.org.uk Also check out the radio shows from the Blackheath (London) Camp for Climate Action here: www.www.dissidentisland.org/ShowArchive/ccr2009.html Happy listening... D*I














































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