Brixton: Flames on the Frontline – Episode 3: Feel the Heat – BBC Sounds


Gangs of far right racist thugs are attacking immigrants on the streets and in their homes. Now they’re turning their attention to black power organisations and Brixton is in their sights – with terrifying consequences. And one man is on trial for a string of crimes he didn’t commit. Will the British justice system prevail?

This podcast includes strong language, racist terms and descriptions of violence.

Credits: Presenter: Big Narstie Producer: Seren Jones and Maggie Latham Editor: Gail Champion Executive Producer: Natasha Johansson Sound Design: Wayne Parkes and Sam Turner Additional production: Jane Andrews and Annabel Deas Research: Derrick Bennett and Imogen Rhodes Digital production: Stuart Birch, John Watts and Eleanor Layhe Story Consultant: John Yorke With thanks to Paul Field

Dramatisation by Roy Williams Farrukh Dhondy played by Nathaniel Curtis Produced by Lorna Newman and Simon Highfield

Series Producer: Ben Robinson

Series Editor: Gail Champion

Source: Brixton: Flames on the Frontline – Episode 3: Feel the Heat – BBC Sounds

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1 Response to Brixton: Flames on the Frontline – Episode 3: Feel the Heat – BBC Sounds

  1. The tendency of countries to fascism nowadays, with all that entails, is absolutely scary!

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