Ridley Road started on BBC One last Sunday, October 3 and will run for 4 weeks.
This much-hyped BBC 1960s-based drama depicts the fictional story of a Jewish hairdresser, Vivien Epstein, who moved from Manchester to London during the backdrop of a rise in Nationalism in the East End. The criminal ’62 Group’ – jewish gangsters and thugs who physically attacked Nationalists and democratic meetings – are portrayed in a sympathetic vain.
The drama is named after the road that housed the headquarters of the coalition of Jewish men known as the 62 Group who took direct militant action against the NSM in particular. Their most famous confrontation was in Trafalgar Square in 1962, when Jordan – protected by the Free Speech Act – held an antisemitic rally where a riot broke out between attenders and protesters.
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British Movement Exclusive Interview With Colin Jordan
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In this exclusive clip we hear the truth about the Trafalgar Square NSM rally from the National Socialist Movement leader Colin Jordan.
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