1. Wide of protesters throwing glass bottles at police
2. Mid of police as objects are thrown at them
3. Mid of demonstrators throwing objects at police
4. Zoom in of police vans warning protesters UPSOUND (Catalan): "Attention, the Mossos D'Esquadra is speaking to you, don't throw objects or there will be a police intervention."
5. Protesters running away as some throw objects
6. Police vans dispersing protesters throwing objects at them
7. Mid of rubbish bin on fire
8. People watching from balcony
9. Resident putting rubbish bins back in place
10. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) No name given, local resident:
"Look how many elderly people live here, a lot of elderly people live here, a lot of children live here. This is a funnel if they light it on fire all the smoke will come here. I don't care that they protest, but protest with their minds. This is the fault of those who govern us in Catalonia, those who govern us in Catalonia are a bunch of delinquents, they are the ones governing in Catalonia."
11. Protesters march in front of Arch of Triumph chanting UPSOUND (Catalan): "Freedom Pablo Hasel"
12. Close of sign reading (Catalan): "Rapping is not a crime"
13. Various of protesters gathered around as one of them raps
A few hundred people marched along a central Barcelona boulevard on Monday evening in the seventh night of protests against the jailing of a Spanish rapper.
The imprisonment of a Pablo Hasél for his music praising terrorist violence and insulting the Spanish monarchy has set off a powder keg of pent-up rage this week in Spain bringing thousands to the streets for different reasons.
The majority march under the banner of freedom of speech, but Hasél's lyrics also tap into a debate about the role of Spain's parliamentary monarchy after financial scandals involving the royal house.
There is also a minority of protesters who seem bent on violence and fighting with the police.
Monday's protesters began listening to rap music under the city's Arch of Triumph before marching past the headquarters of the National Police where they briefly stopped to throw bottles, rocks and other objects.
The group was quickly dispersed by riot police vans.
Some residents tried to protect street rubbish bins which have been set on fire over the past week, threatening many buildings with smoke and flames.