Frontline States initiated and managed projects and programmes facilitating change and development, principally in the arts sector…

…and continues to advocate for the arts and creativity as a way to change the world for the better, which is why it is proud to include the following song celebrating frontline workers in the NHS, taken from the fundraising album Song Club, released on 23 October 2020.

It was written and recorded by Neill MacColl and Kate St John, and is sung by Jessie Buckley. The video was made by Kitty MacColl, and the words are spoken by NHS nurse Hannah Grace Deller.

Films on this website, in addition to music video clips, include:

Accidental Death of an Anarchist (England, 1981)
Art from the Frontline (Scotland, 1990)
Celebrate Moe! The Bread and Roses Project (USA, 2002)
The Celebration (Mozambique, 1989)
Consequences (Zimbabwe, 1988)
The Deeper Image (Mozambique, 1988)
Ferro em Brasa: Ricardo Rangel (Mozambique, 2006)
Fringe Benefits (England, 1980)
The Ken Campbell Roadshow (England, 1971)
Marx on the Wall (England, 1991)
Mbira Music: Spirit of the People (Zimbabwe, 1990)
Nelisita (Angola, 1982)

A 1971 print by Ken Sprague (1927-2004), political cartoonist and graphic artist.

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