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Irish Policing, Media and Popular Dissent - How it works.

Irish Policing, Media and Popular Dissent - How it works.

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Radio Solidarity.

Jonathan Adams interviews Nick Davies about how the corporatisation of the media has left it wide open to use a recycling a consensus account of what everyone else is saying and simply is churnalism. He tells us the story of the ‘Terrorist’ who grows back a leg.

We hear of a report from the Anti-Capitalist block and the Right to Work march which took place on the 18th May. Two young women who were on the recent protests tells us first hand what their experience was off becoming the centre of a minor media storm for protesting police brutality.

Barry Finnegan, who has done extensive investigations into how the media report on protests and protestors in Ireland and beyond, is interviewed by Mark Malone. He provided us with some of the research papers he refers to in the discussion.

Greg Kerr,an INTO Trade Union activist tells us first hand of his experience of how the media cover stories and struggles involving workers.

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