We start this week's show with the threat of a looming strike in Hollywood where members of IATSE are protesting ridiculous hours and inadequate pay. Business agent C. David Cottrill joined Kris LaGrange on UCOMM Live to offer the lowdown. The nationwide Nabisco strike may be over, but there are still lessons to be learned from the experience. On the BCTGM Voices Project Michelle Ellis met with Darlene Carpenter from Local 358 in Richmond who shared her experiences of the picket line. Are manufacturing jobs returning to the US? Scott Paul from the Alliance for Manufacturing visited the Rick Smith Show to discuss the Ford Motor Company's plans to invest in new facilities. Radio Labour considers the fate of international seafarers during the pandemic. Rarely afforded the status of essential workers in spite of playing a central role in global supply chains, many simply been abandoned on vessels at sea or in ports, ineligible to leave because of quarantine restrictions. Steven Cotton from the International Transport Workers Federation offers details. Cam Smith joined Solidarity Breakfast this week to discuss marauding right wing mobs on the streets of Melbourne and the ways in which anti-vax and extremist forces are coming together in Australia. On the Blue Collar Gospel hour Jack Henry joined the show to read a couple of poems from his recently published collection Driving W/ Crazy, living with madness. We return to the Art and Labor Podcast, where the crew is joined by Jessalyn Aaland, a bargaining committee member at the SFMOMA union. They discussed, among other things, the dubious privilege of working at MOMA, negotiating rent with your landlord, and, if the question of if you were to be a train, what type of train would you be? Then lastly you will not have read in The New York Times about tech workers there walking off the job in protest of Times management's aggressive efforts to resist unionization. Product manager Nora Keller spoke to Mimi Rosenberg on Building Bridges Radio. Highlights from labor radio and podcast shows around the country, part of the national Labor Radio Podcast Network of shows focusing on working people's issues and concerns. #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO Edited by Patrick Dixon and Melanie Smith; produced by Chris Garlock; social media guru: Harold Phillips with Mel Smith.