A man who broadcast thousands of recordings containing racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic content has been jailed.
James Allchurch, who also went by the name of Sven Longshanks, from Gelli in Pembrokeshire, was found guilty of ten offences following a trial at Swansea Crown Court.
Podcaster James Allchurch, 51, made a series of episodes that were “highly racist, anti-Semitic and white supremacist in nature”, Swansea Crown Court heard.
The name Sven Longshanks is in reference to King Edward I – who was responsible for expelling Jews from England in 1290.
Prosecutor Jonathan Rees KC said Allchurch was the owner of the website, the main host and responsible for distributing the audio recordings.
Allchurch was joined by guests including National Action co-founder Alex Davies, 27, of Swansea, South Wales, who was jailed in June last year for eight and a half-years for being a member of the banned far-right organisation.