The Scottish Centre for Global History at the University of Dundee is running a four-part podcast series on the history of the Anti-Apartheid Movement. In episode 1, SCGH editor Paul Feeney discusses the roots of anti-apartheid activism in Britain with Dr Matthew Graham and Dr Christopher Fevre. The episode focuses on the significance of the Sharpeville massacre, the British Government’s response to apartheid South Africa from 1964, Cold War politics and the ANC, the evolution of the movement into the 1970s, and ‘constructive engagement’ with South African business. You can listen to the podcast by googling ‘Scottish Centre for Global History The British Anti-Apartheid Movement’ and following the links.