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Shot down and captured by Vietnamese forces in 1965, US veteran Porter Halyburton spent the following 8 years imprisoned in … More
The Update speaks with Margaret Humphreys on her work with child migrants relocated to Commonwealth nations as a result of the British Home Children Programme.
In today’s episode we have an interview with the well known traditional story teller, Niall de Búrca.
Marion Deichmann spoke with the Update about memories of her childhood, concerns over the far right, and the importance of remembering history.
An interview with Hanna Assouline, director of the documentary “Women Wage Peace”, and Noah and Lama, Israeli and Palestinian women involved in the movement.
Ruth Ibegbuna, founder and former CEO of RECLAIM, talks about social inequality, young working class leaders, and political engagement in our generation.
Petra Volpe is a Swiss director and screenwriter, best known for her recent feature ‘The Divine Order’. In this interview she speaks with The Update about filmmaking, and feminism in Switzerland.
An interview with Brian Keenan, a Northern Irish writer who was held hostage in Lebanon.
A resident of the Tower on his experience of the fire, the local council’s role and the response from the community.