Hate and the Left
HOT’s Sean O’ Shea continues his conversation with local pacifist and activist, Bryan Jobbins, on some of the challenges facing the Left: Labour Pains. In(Read on...)
Interested in reducing food waste? In re-directing food towards those in need rather than landfill? Supporting local community cafes? Learning about cooking and making bread? Then book(Read on...)
HOT’s Sean O’ Shea discusses Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s recent relaunch bid dubbed by the media as ‘the day of chaos.’ He also reviews the position of the(Read on...)
In 1978, when Chris Sanderson and her husband Don decided to leave a settled life in Hastings to teach in newly independent Papua(Read on...)
In this vignette inspired by a poem by Sylvia Plath, Sean O’Shea portrays a solitary woman attempting to connect with some inner sense of goodness and quietude.
Hastings Green Party has launched a Change petition calling for Hastings Borough Council to add food waste to their list of collectible and(Read on...)
HOT’s Sean O’Shea talks with local historian, Ken Brooks about the origin of the America Ground and the fate of this short lived quasi-republic of Hastings. They(Read on...)