UC44 – UC63 Contents on one page

There is no index for these issues. Instead, here are all the contents pages assembled into a single page, which may be searched by Cntrl/Command-F:

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• Undercurrents  44 February-March 1981

1 Eddies – News from everywhere

7 What’s When and What’s What

9 Cruising with Uncle Sam – Harry Hamill: The further adventures of ATWitch

10 Own Goal – John Fletcher: Will the Army play the War Game?

11 Pen Pushing – Dave Pearson: Community publishing in Peckham

13 4th World – Peter Culshaw: First encounter of a decentralist kind

14 The Unkindest Cut – Lou Ernest: The Arts Council Axe

15 Proletarian Notes – David Evans: The Federation wants you

16 Radios in Motion – Fin Fahey: A London open radio campaign revealed

18 Wireless World – Jim Beatson: Radio freedom in Australia and Italy

19 Flying Post – Nigel Pollitt & Anna Searl: Exeter community paper

20 Moving Stories – Simon Usher: Treasonable film plots

23 TV Games – Nick Hanna: Small screen censorship

24 Pinewood Babylon – Interview with Derek Jarman

28 Northern Lights – Alison Joseph: Media groups in the north

29 Jetstream – RAIN: A non – polluting woodstove

30 Ruff Tuff – Heathcote Williams: The inside story of a squatters estate agency

34 Shabby Solars – Nigel Dudley: How to spot the AT cowboys

35 The Undercurrents Review of Books

43 Letters – Your chance to get back at us

47 Back Numbers

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• Undercurrents  45 April-May 1981

1  Eddies: News from everywhere

7  What’s When & What’s What

9  Women in Co-ops – Tarn Dougan: What’s up at t’Co-op Fair

10 The Westminster Zoo – Bob Housrnan: A look behind the House of Commons facade

12 Pros and Cons – Jo Pacino: How male chauvinist laws oppress prostitutes

14 Open Door – Neil Bartlett: A new kind of prison

15 Tai Ar Dan – Dic Penderyn: Why the summer homes are burning in Wales

17 Rewriting History – John Fletcher: Our Celtic anarchist ancestors

18  Tribal Anarchy – Nick Hanna: Who needs laws anyway?

20  Red Barristers – Liz Woodcraft: Radical advocates tell all

22  Police Review – Bill Alexander: Old Bill with a human face

22 Angry Val/eys – Jererny Gass: The South Wales Anti-poverty Action Centre

23 Canning’s Catalyst – Donald Marier: A fix for polluting woodstoves

24  The River Shall Live! – Riku Tomson: How arctic activists saved the Alta

28  Servant of Peace – Dominic Michel: The Gandhi of the West

29  Reclaiming the Law – Geraldine Pettersson: What a community lawyer can do

31 Alternative Engineering – Stewart Boyle: How to do AT at University

32 Facts & Faeces – Simon Watt: A sanitary engineer looks at structuralism

33 Bottle Battle- Trisha Rosson: Cleaning up Sch … you know who!

35 Britain’s Nuclear Machine – Tony Benn: The cult of the juggernuke

36 The Enchanted Cruise – Harry Hamill: ATWitch rides again

37 Letters – Feedback from friend and FoE

38 The Undercurrents Review of Books

46 Small Ads

47 Back Numbers

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• Undercurrents  46 June-July 1981

1 Eddies – News from everywhere

7 What’s When & What’s What

9 Women in Co-ops

10 Room At The Top – Anna Whyatt: Where have all the women gone?

12 Looking Back At Uhuru – Tess McMahon: Co-ops and women’s liberation

13 Natural Cycles – Jocelyn Chaplin: A new model for co-operation

14 Childcare in Communities – June Statham: A new generation of co-operators?

18 Building Without Men – Janet Payne: An all-women construction co-op

20 Companeras Fight Machismo – Audrey Bronstein: Women co-operating in Latin America

23 Home Truths – Matrix: A photo report on women and housing

27 Women’s Co-operation Isn’t New – Jenny Thornley: The revolutionary power of the market basket

30 How Can Men Co-operate? – Tess McMahon: Problems of working in a mixed group

32 Uncowed – Cinema of Women: A film distribution co-op

33 Co-op Contacts

34 AT Witch Rides Again

35 The Undercurrents Review of Books

44 Letters

46 Small Ads

47 Back Numbers and Undercurrents Index Offer

48 Personal Stationery On Recycled Paper A special offer to Undercurrents  readers

and, on the back cover:

Going Down For The Third Time: A financial report by Chris Hutton Squire

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• Undercurrents 47 September 1981

1 Eddies: News from everywhere

5 What’s What & What’s When

7 Give Trees a Chance – World Forest Action Group: Why forests matter

8 The Chain Saw Massacre – Herbie Girardet: Just how serious is the problem?

9 Trees Please! – Robert Hart: What’s more, they can help to feed us

11 Breath of Life – George Breuer: All about carbon dioxide levels

12 To Tree or Not to Tree? – Janet Stewart: The low-down on Britain’s forestry policy

14 Green Deserts – David Mulligan: Why Suffolk people are helping with Sudanese tree-planting

16 In Defence of Forest People In Amazonia – Conrad Gorinsky interviewed: a way of life is disappearing

18 Hug the Trees to Save Them – Bharat Dogra: A report on the Indian Chipko movement

21 Everyone a Loser – John Middleton: Don’t be fooled – nuclear war’s a killer

23 But is it Therapy? – John Ford: The art of curing the mentally ill

25 Letters: Views from everywhere

26 Reviews

30 Small Ads

32 Back Numbers and Sub Form

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• Undercurrents  48 November 1981

2 Eddies – Windscale leak/Riot research/RTZ in Panama/Solar mega-congress

6 Letters

8 Women Against Missiles – Ann Pettit reports from the Greenham Common Peace camp

10 Free Sexuality – Wenke Mulheisen: Breaking down couple relationships in the new communes: the end of the nuclear family?

12 Nukespeak – Paul Chilton: the chilling distortions of language in the Second Cold War

15 Democracy – Edward Bond

16 Mutation Utopias and Magic – Arthur Shingles interviews William Burroughs

18 CB Mania – Easy Riser: Anarchy on the airwaves

20 Miracle Cures – Paul Sieveking’s phenomena update

21 Diary of a Safety Valve – Tony Alien, of the Comic Strip, takes a swing at pacifism

22 African Energy Blues – David Ross: the UN renewable energy conference in Nairobi

23 Travel – Nicholas Albery: A new section, bringing you features on different approaches to travel, escapism and rip-off tours

24 Et Cetera

25 What’s When & Where

26 Reviews

30 Classified

32 Froth – Loony Doomster on the rampage & Subscription Form

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• Undercurrents  49 December 1981

2 Eddies

6 Letters

8 Alternative Defence – Paul Smoker

10 Super-8 Films – Jo Comino

12 Genderless Economics – Ivan Illich

14 Co-opposition – Freer Spreckley

16 Good Afternoon, objects – not HM the Queen

18 Diary of a Safety Valve – Tony Allen

19 Eire: the new West Coast- Nick Wates

22 Travel – Nick Rogers

23 What’s When & Where

25 Reviews

30 Classifieds

32 Froth: Loony Doomster’s Last Word

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• Undercurrents  50 February 1982

Eddies  2

Letters  6

A Hard Rain’s A’Gonna Fall: investigation into chemical and biological warfare – People’s News Service 8

Acting Up: Community theatre in Glasgow – Paul Yeoman 12

CND and END: Campaign strategies for 1982 – Simon Mellor 14

Planning for Real: A model method for changing your neighbourhood – Tony Gibson 15

Disarming Thinking: Bomb politics: – Martin H Ryle 19

Paternal Bliss: Friedrichshaf was never like this in the brochure – Nicholas Albery 24

Diary of a Safety Valve – Tony Allen 26

Weird stuff bulletin – Paul Sieveking 27

In the beginning: Undercurrents came in a plastic bag – how naive can you get! – Godfrey Boyle 28

10 Years that didn’t shake the world – Stephen Joseph 31

Alternative Technology Revisited: Peter Harper 33

What’s What and What’s When 36

Reviews 38

Classified 46

Subscriptions and Froth – Loonv Doomster on the rampage 48

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• Undercurrents  51 March 1982

2 Eddies

6 Letters

7 Autonomous Radio: Red radio waves from Europe – Relay Collective

9 Pirate Power: Dutch TV Pirates – Katrien Gottlieb

10 U.S. and Them: Richard Brabrook interviews Bill Mandel from KPFA, SF.

11 Not Waving, But: The future of wave power in the balance – David Ross

12 When You’re Smiling: Timothy Leary’s Theories. Is this man a bozo? – Marian Kester

14 London Calling: The new Alternative London – Pete Culshaw

14 Weird Stuff: The strange case of Reagan’s doubles – Pail Sieveking

16 Clawing Back: Wild thing, you make my heart sing – Animal Liberation Front

19 The Animals Film – Richard North

20 Nuclear Power: The Facts in Question – Peter Harper’s

23 Whats What and When

26 Reviews

31 Classified

32 Froth: Loony Doomster on the rampage

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• Undercurrents 52 April 1982

2 Eddies – News from everywhere

6 Letters

8 Briggs Bomb Bogey – Has Raymond Briggs gone anti-nuke? – Pat Sinclair

10 Science Fictions – Undercurrents  investigates recent reports of an exploding chemical warfare establishment in the USSR

11 Women in Radio – What are the chances for feminist radio? – Women’s Airwaves (WAV)

13 Diary of a Safety Valve – Reds, Lech Walesa’s moustache and the Work Ethic: Tony Allen

14 Gospel at Gunpoint – Missionary zeal goes OTT in Paraguay: Pat Sinclair

16 Exploding TV – The collapse of mainstream TV: Stuart Hood

18 Tyne for a Change – If you must work, do something useful. Jobs report from Newcastle

20 Himalayan Tech – Technology strategies in Nepal: William Ellis

22 Beyond the Beast – Human experiments, atomic veterans and the environmental cost of Japan’s economic ‘miracle’: John May

23 Weird Stuff Bulletin: Dongl Haunted clocks mystery

24 Whats What & Whats When: Paul Sieveking

26 Reviews – Books, video, music and a new science fiction column

31 Classified Ads

32 Froth – Gossip, trivia and malicious rumour: Loony Doomster

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• Undercurrents  52 April 1982

2 Eddies – News from everywhere

6 Letters

8 Briggs Bomb Bogey – Has Raymond Briggs gone anti-nuke? – Pat Sinclair

10 Science Fictions – Undercurrents  investigates recent reports of an exploding chemical warfare establishment in the USSR

11 Women in Radio – What are the chances for feminist radio? – Women’s Airwaves (WAV)

13 Diary of a Safety Valve – Reds, Lech Walesa’s moustache and the Work Ethic: Tony Allen

14 Gospel at Gunpoint – Missionary zeal goes OTT in Paraguay: Pat Sinclair

16 Exploding TV – The collapse of mainstream TV: Stuart Hood

18 Tyne for a Change – If you must work, do something useful. Jobs report from Newcastle

20 Himalayan Tech – Technology strategies in Nepal: William Ellis

22 Beyond the Beast – Human experiments, atomic veterans and the environmental cost of Japan’s economic ‘miracle’: John May

23 Weird Stuff Bulletin: Dongl Haunted clocks mystery

24 Whats What & Whats When: Paul Sieveking

26 Reviews – Books, video, music and a new science fiction column

31 Classified Ads

32 Froth – Gossip, trivia and malicious rumour: Loony Doomster

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• Undercurrents  53 May 1982

2 Letters

3 Eddies

7 Towards a citizen’s intelligence agency: A new handbook  for the radical investigator – Stuart Christie

10 Underwater Allies? The military uses and abuses  of dolphins – John May

11 Tantric Sex: A report on a weekend of sex therapy – Nicholas

14 Sicilian Co-ops: When the Mafia moves out the Co-ops move in – Martin Stott

16 Peace in the East: Rust on the Iron Curtain? – Eileen Daffern

20 Body Maintenance – Allan Parker

21 Isolation Tanks -The best form of escapism since Undercurrents – Jim Simpson

21 Weird Stuff Bulletin – Paul Sieveking

22 Nuclear Disease: A report on the International Conference of Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War – Hugh Middleton

23 New Apothecaries: Natural health remedies – Romy Fraser

24 What’s When

25 What’s What

26 Reviews: Books, music, vldeo and sclence fiction.

31 Classified

32 Subscriptions 

32 Froth: Loony Doomster’s trlvia section.

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• Undercurrents  54 June/July 1982

3 Eddies – Greenham Common Peace Camp bulldozed and other up to the minute news

7 Letters – From you to us

9 Dragon’s Revenge – John May

12 Global Underclass – Eric Eckholm

16 Land Liberation – Charlie Pye-Smlth

18 Requiem for Renewables – David Ross

19 Green Decade – The challenges confronting environmentalists – Tom Burke

21 Festival Fun-time: Festival guide for the summer – Penny Mellor

23 Weird Stuff – Paul Sieveking

24 What’s When

25 What’s What

26 Reviews

31 Classified Ads

32 Subscription Information

32 Froth – A (loony) column of our time

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• Undercurrents  55/56 September 1982

3 Letters

5 Eddies – News update

11 Beast News – John May

12 NATTA News – Simon Mays

13 Editorial

14 On Yer Electric Bike – Alexei Clarke

16 Acid Rain Forecast – John May

17 Greenwork – John Tyler

19 Forests Axed – Sally Edwards

21 The Trouble With Zoos – Jonathan Barzdo

24 Deadly Dioxin – Judith Cook

27 The North Sea Waste Dump – Brian Price

29 Women and the Future – Petra Kelly

32 Sizing Up Sizewell – Dave Elliott

34 Needles and Pins – Colin Lang

35 Weird Stuff – Paul Sieveking

36 Sweet Words and Sour Cream – Barney Bardsley

37 Briefing

39 Reviews

46 Classified Ads

48 Subscriptions & Froth – Loony Doomster goes ape

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• Undercurrents  57 November 1982

3 Letters

5 Eddies

11 Beast News

13 NATTA News

14 Green News – Andrew Tyler

15 Book Now for 1984 – Patricia Hewitt

18 Heat Treatment – Adrian Atkinson

20 Women Only at Greenham? – Ann Pettit

22 Winning Sizewell – Paul Rowntree

23 Green Peace – Linda Churnside

24 Green Breakthrough? – David Tyler & Richard Whitfield

26 The Final Frontier – Martin Ince

28 Weird Stuff – Paul Sieveking

29 Why I Freed The White Whale – the Activist’s Story

33 Funny Farm – Permaculture UK

34 Roughing It – Herbert Girardet

36 Briefing

38 Reviews

46 Classified

48 Subscriptions & Froth

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• Undercurrents  58 February 1983

2 Lightning on the Loose

3 Letters    

5 Eddies – Sizewell news and other up to the minute info

10 Bahro: From Red to Green – Peter Culshaw meets the new co-chairperson of the German Green Party on a train

13 At The Foot Of The Mountain – Leonie Caldecott’s award winning article on the women’s peace camp at Mount Fuji

16 NATTA News – GLC Technology and popular planning initiatives by Dave Elliott

18 BEAST News – John May’s animal lib column

20 Whatever happened to Lucas? – The Lucas Aerospace Plan revisited by Dave Elliott

22 Wild Trouble – Rebecca Weissner on the threat to the wilderness down under

24 Europe’s Green Parties – Roland Clarke looks at the rise of the EuroGreens

26 The Naked Lunch – Beefcake Andrew Tyler chews over the politics of the dinner plate

28 Before and after Science – David Albury asks Progress? What Progress?

31 Women For Life On Earth – Stephanie Leland discusses Eco-feminism, Greenham, and starts the yin-yang revival .

34 Holy Smoke – Strange goings on in a church in darkest Piccadilly probed by lan Grant

35 Getting it Together – Part 2 of Biff Production’s epic cartoon strip, the Buskers of Experience

Briefing – What’s Where and When

38 Reviews

47 Weird Stuff Bulletin Dr Paul Sieveking deals with your medical problems

48 Classified Ads & Froth – Loony Doomster gets into baggy trousers.

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• Undercurrents  59 April/May 1983

3 Eddies

8 Letters

9 Bundestag Streaked Green – Roland Clarke looks at the aftermath of the German elections

10 Merging Red and Green – Roland Clarke

12 Beast News – John May

14 Greening the Economy – Jonathan Porritt

17 Have We A Future? – Petra Kelly

21 NATTA News – Simon Mays column

22 Lead On The Brain – Nick Kollerstrom

24 The Religion Of The Machine Age – Mog Johnstone interviews Dora Russell

28 Nukes Solve Acid Rain? The latest corrosive developments – John May

29 Plant Power: Biomass – the energy of the future? – Nigel Dudley

31 The Big Fix: Just keep taking the pills – Andrew Tyler

34 Health and Efficiency: Natural Health Centres – lan Grant

36 Briefing

39 Reviews

46 Weird Stuff Bulletin – Paul Sieveking

46 Small Ads

48 Subscriptions & Froth – Loony Doomster

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• Undercurrents  60 Summer 1983

4 Letters

5 Eddies – News Round up

6 Brave Green World – Peter Culshaw visits the Green Rally and gets out his election swingometer

8 Green Gatherings 83

14 A Cynics A-Z Guide to Sizewell

16 World Conservation Strategy – the cons and pros

22 Beast News – John May’s animal column

25 Gory Tales – An everyday story of men, women and gorillas

26 Briefing – Events, contacts and action for the summer.

31 Espionage conspiracy expose – John Le Stalin & Subscriptions

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• Undercurrents 61 October/November 1983

4 Letters

5 Eddies – NIREX, City Stopped, US Peace Camp and other news

10 Workers Stop The Drop – Paul Todd’s analysis of the uneasy relationship between nukes

and unions

12 Yanomano – Tribal rhythms in aid of the World Wildlife Fund

13 The Genius – Andrew Tyler, who has an IQ at least in double figures, interviews Howard Brenton.

15 Red Death – Greenpeace inform us of poisons in the sea

16 Desert Island Discord – Leonie Caldecott on women’s anti-nuke activity in the South pacific, from Reclaim The Earth

18 A Pain In The Gill – Nigel Dudley’s Acid Rain update

21 Beast News – John May’s Animal Lib Column

23 Reviews

28 Briefing – Activists’ info

30 Froth & Subscriptions

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• Undercurrents 62 December 1983/January 1984

5 Eddies  – Greenham women put the law onto Reagan, FoE saves our heritage, and more . .

9 From Red to Black – How to be self·reliant without being shopped –  Stephen Joseph

12 FreeWheeling – Electric vehicles; Tom Langdon·Davies oil-free on the road ahead

14 Who did shoot the President? – Robin Ramsay investigates

16 School for Thought – Jeffrey Benge interviews White Lion School

19 Readers’ Survey – Your chance to tell us what you think of Undercurrents

22 Beast News – John May’s animal lib column

24 Reviews

28  Briefing

30 Froth & Subscriptions

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• Undercurrents 63 February/March 1984

5 Eddies

9 A case of Abuse – Andrew Taylor

12 Castro-enteritis – Mike Osbourne

16 Kenya: one step forward, two steps back – Mark Newham

19 Weird stuff – Paul Sieveking

20 Beast News – John Mays

22 A Promised Land – Jacob Von Uexkull

25 Reviews

28 Briefing

30 Classified

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Finis.

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