18 Doughty Street is Britain's first internet-based political TV station producing hours of political content every week on a wide range of topics. We do interviews, discussions, debates and more. We've brought our viewers reports from Rwanda, covered numerous political events in London and provided countless people with the chance to appear on our programmes. We've followed leadership elections, local elections, and numerous hot topics from immigration, education, healthcare, and war to the day-to-day news and views. Our archive is being uploaded in it's over 1,300 programme entirity to Blip, which will give viewers the chance to watch everything in Flash format and even download the programmes to keep themselves or share with friends.
Includes a film about the activities of the Smith Institute and also the second arrest of Lord Michael Abraham Levy. Filmed and released on 30 January 2007.