People gather in Trafalgar Sq to celebrate the death of Baroness Thatcher.
We talk to a funeral director touting for business at the Thatcher Demo 2013. Cheaper to bury her in a northern coal pit.
Mark Bean from the Vibe Gallery, Bermondsey talks to Yamina El Atlassi about their current and future exhibitions. http://transitioncollective.wordpress.com http://vibeplace.com
Fabienne Véchambre de l'association Atout Laine explique la démarche des journées de la laine à Montbrun Bocage - qui ont pour objectif de présenter au public la filière dans son intégralité et d'échanger avec lui sur les différents savoir-faire.
Give powers of arrest to garden gnomes! Sound advice from poet Pete the Temp to protect your property from squatters. http://visionon.tv/grassroots Written and performed by Peter Bearder. Directed by Richard Hering.
Tatjana Dzambazova, "technology whisperer" at Autodesk, talks to visionOntv about her presentation on design and manufacturing called Rib, Mod, Fab, which stands for "Riping, Modify and Fabricate" Want to know more? http://bit.ly/xK8fal Our coverage of the 3DPrintshow: http://visionon.tv/3dprintshow Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/visionOntv
At the 3D Printshow, Jing Lu, director of the Black country Atelier is telling visionOntv how the workshops they organise help promote the maker culture and the democratization of DIY manufacturing. More info about BCA: http://blackcountryatelier.com/ Our coverage of the 3DPrintshow: http://visionon.tv/3dprintshow
Author and journalist Penny Young explains how the radical writer William Cobbett lambasted and lampooned corrupt politicians and political structures in 18th and 19th century England. His attacks on sleaze and his championing of radical political reform are just as relevant today as ever.
A trial has been scheduled for late December to decide if a group of squatters should be evicted from Friern Barnet Library in North London. The activists have been running the library as a community run enterprise along with local residents since September after Barnet Council closed it down in April to sell to private developers.
Alan Thornton of the People's Budget explains why giving citizens more power to decide how governments spend their money can help cut poverty, improve transparency and direct spending more fairly. Funny we didn't think of it earlier, really.