Speakers & artistes include

Stella Assange
A South Africa-born human rights lawyer and married to Julian Assange. Stella is fighting against Julian Assange’s extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States.

Audrey White
Activist and secretary of Merseyside Pensioners Association, who recently confronted Keir Starmer.

Andrew Feinstein

Former South African politician, Executive Director of Corruption Watch UK and chaired the AIDS charity Friends of the Treatment Action Campaign. Andrew also lectures and writes on South Africa and the global arms trade.

Craig Murray

Author, broadcaster and human rights activist. Craig was British Ambassador to Uzbekistan from August 2002 to October 2004 and Rector of the University of Dundee from 2007 to 2010.

Teddy Brown

After a tumultuous childhood, Teddy helped organise the UK’s first Gay Pride in 1972 – going on to battle against homophobic media, in a lifetime devoted to change.

Dave Walsh

President of Liverpool Trade Unions Council.

Ian Hodson
President of the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU) (personal capacity).

Jackie Walker
Anti-racism campaigner, author of a family memoir, Pilgrim State, and the co-writer and performer of a one-woman show, The Lynching.

Anna Rothery
Former Lord Mayor of Liverpool and former Labour Councillor. Leader Liverpool Community Independents.

The Sway

Ryan McNee (guitar/vocal), Ciaran Smith (guitar/vocal), Harry Robertson (drums), Aidan McLean (keyboard/vocal) and Sean Knibb (bass).

Huda Ammori and Richard Barnard

Activists of Palestine Action.

Chris Williamson
Former Labour MP for Derby North. Vegan and animal rights champion.

Marc Wadsworth

Citizen journalist, activist, broadcaster & filmmaker, The Liberation Movement, author of Comrade Sak, the acclaimed biography of Indian-British communist MP Shapurji Saklatvala.

Tayo Aluko

Nigerian-born playwright, actor, singer and poet best known for his stage plays Call Mr. Robeson and Just An Ordinary Lawyer. Recently work includes a radio play, titled Paul Robeson’s Love Song, exploring historic and contemporary American anti-Black racism, anti-communism and anti-Semitism. His poetry is political, “with a bite”.

Ian Prowse

Musician, singer and songwriter. Front man for Amsterdam and member of band Pele.

Howard Beckett

Socialist. Trade Unionist. Activist (Personal capacity).

Duncan Shipley-Dalton

Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers.

Maz Clare

Maz is a talented singer songwriter and will be resident throughout the broadcast.

David U. Himmelstein is an American academic physician specializing in internal medicine. He is a distinguished professor of public health and health policy in the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College.

Asa Winstanley
Investigative Journalist and Associate editor with The Electronic Intifada.

Tony Rimmer

One of the 47 socialist Liverpool Councillors surcharged by the Thatcher government.

Graham Bash
Former editor of Labour Briefing.

Dave Nellist
Former Labour MP for Coventry South East; expelled as part of the witch-hunt against the Militant tendency in 1991.

Alex Mays

Leader of Breakthrough Party.

Ed Gommon

Director of Zero Carbon Liverpool.

Tracey Hylton

Vice chair of the national black members’ committee for PCS union and chair of the HMRC black members’ advisory group. A member of PCS North West regional committee, co-convenor of the NW black members’ network and equality officer for her branch.

Kevin Higgins

Poet and activist.

Mark O’Brien

Vice-president of the University of Liverpool UCU, and Admin for the Merseyside Strike Solidarity group. Mark is a member of Liverpool Socialist Workers’ Party.

Jane Hammett

Activist and Co-ordinator of Save Oglet Shore and Greenbelt campaign against further expansion of Liverpool John Lennon Airport and to protect, preserve and retain access to the green space in and around Oglet Shore in Speke.

And many more to come. Keep checking back as we continue to confirm guests for the programme.