• Radioactive International is a collective of like-minded people who are passionate about their music, art and politics. We are a free-form radio station with no set formats, playlists or genres. We have nearly 40 DJs playing a varied mixture of alternative music from punk, metal, ska, reggae and historical recordings. Our main rule? No fascists, racists, sexists, homophobes or religious presenters. We broadcast online, but also transmit live from gigs and festivals. Expect to hear about lefty music, politics and art. A motto of the station is that we’re not here to break the law with an illegal radio station just to play bland pop music available on many of the state and corporate stations.
  • Mark Thomas

    Mark Thomas was born in South London. His mother was a midwife and his father a self-employed builder (and ex lay preacher).Thomas was educated at Macaulay Church of England Primary School, Victoria Rise, Clapham until […]

    Jan, 09

    1913 Lockout Podcast – Episode 2 – Women of 1913

    The second episode of the 1913 Unfinished Business series on the centenary of the Lockout explores the role women played in the labour conflict. We speak to Dr. Ann Matthews – historian, author and now […]

    Mar, 08

    John Peel – 24th June 1995

    Frank Black and Teenage Fanclub – Sister Isabel (Strange Fruit) Kenickie – SK8BDN Song (Slampt) Dave Clark – Winter (ACV) Goober Patrol – Painless Way (Punk As Duck) Doc Watson – That’s Why I Love […]

    Oct, 03

    Angus – Drunken Contemplations

    my first erection drunken contimplations killing time holocaust bus drivers pal writer block anarchy dasiy good bye ronnie i would have liked to have seen a dodo

    Sep, 08

    Ciunas – We’re No Longer Dead On 1991

    Ciunas – We’re No Longer Dead (on tape) 1991 0:00 Police Oppression 2:27 Lie Untold 4:34 Do What You Want 6:38 Creature Comforts 9:06 Decision 11:35 Life 14:10 The Reason

    Sep, 08

    Billy Bragg Live Wolverhampton Civic Hall June 5, 1987

    The World Turned Upside Down Think Again Help Save The Youth Of America Levi Stubbs’ Tears The Saturday Boy It Says Here Days Like These Between The Wars

    Sep, 02

    1913 Lockout – Unfinished Business – Episode 6

    In our final episode of the 1913 Lockout podcast series we look at how workers can organise today to meet the challenges we face. We take a critical look at the state of the Irish […]

    Nov, 01

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