In 1984, Margaret Thatcher labelled 160,000 striking miners, their families and supporters, ‘The Enemy Within’. It was to be the longest industrial dispute in British history.
Still The Enemy Within uncovers the hidden story of these remarkable people and their role in the Great Miners Strike of 84 – 85. It looks at a country at war, and the ordinary men and women who were forced to step on to the stage of history to fight for their communities.
Directed by Owen Gover, edited by Paul Edmunds.