Jolyon Jenkins recalls the Poll Tax demonstration of March 1990.
Joe Queenan on a Brief History of Disobedience, the follow up to Blame, Anger and Shame.
Tom Heap takes a look back at the evolution of environmental campaigning.
Economic sanctions can adversely affect the country imposing the boycott.
Josie Long hears stories of small radical acts that help re-imagine the world around them.
How to stop peaceful protests turning into riots.
Tom Dyckhoff explores the history and the practice of design in protest.
Poet Bridget Minamore explores how women have created their own literary narratives.
Zoe Williams asks what protests movements need to do to achieve long-term success.
Martin Wainwright talks to Lindis Percy, a persistent peace campaigner for over 40 years.
In the wake of the Turkish protests, Jonathan Freedland considers the Nika Riots of AD532.
Ask not why people riot, but why they obey the law. Jamie Whyte examines civil obedience.
Giles Edwards asks what happened in Portsmouth after the anti-paedophile riots in 2000.
Sabrina Mahfouz talks about protest slogans with Siana Bangura and Zoe Buckman.
Aleks Krotoski looks at how our online world can be a portal to a better physical world.
Josie Long presents a sequence of mini documentaries about small acts of resistance.
Comedian Russell Brand tells Mark Lawson why he's calling for a non-violent revolution.
The long industrial dispute over union membership at the government communications centre.
Sarah Dunant looks at the history of women speaking out about inappropriate male behaviour
Tom Heap finds out if eco-activists are facing their toughest challenges yet.
Susan Marling travels to Massachusetts to assess the legacy of Henry David Thoreau.
Is the burning of an American flag stretching the freedom of speech too far?
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Criminologist David Wilson looks at Thomas Hobbes and his 'social contract' theory.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the philosopher and naturalist Henry David Thoreau.
Linda Pressly reports on UK Uncut's campaign against big businesses that avoid tax.
Could the United Nations' economic sanctions have crippled Saddam Hussein?