Among the many tributes in speech and music at the funeral of Heathcote Williams on 14 July 2017 was this elegy by musician and writer Boff Whalley.
Poet Niall McDevitt performed in Iraq last year at the Babylon Festival of International Arts and Cultures.
No sooner than you’re on someone’s wavelength, then suddenly they’re whisked away from you. Heathcote Williams on the death of David Bowie.
Poet and singer Kate Tempest’s scathing attack on the state of society, directly accusing Prime Minister Theresa May of “dividing the people”.
Over 50 million people are on the move. Instead of building walls and fences to keep them out, imagine there were no borders.
I don’t like to analyze myself because I might not like what I see – Donald Trump
For most Americans today, how can you be thankful when you are poor or sick in a society without social justice?
Poet, author and broadcaster Michael Rosen on how the perpetrators of bad times blame its victims to control all of us.
Jeremy Corbyn in his Labour Party conference speech quoted the poem I Look at the World by Langston Hughes.
It’s 1945 and Heathcote Williams is completely unaware of the war, or of thoughts of invasion.
An investigative poem by Heathcote Williams. Narration and video by Alan Cox.
Heathcote Williams wrote this on learning that the UK government was to spend £50million commemorating the WW1 centenary
Narration and montage by Mary Wild.