Dialect - Mission of mercy, welcoming the Bristol-Gaza aid convoy back home
media and culture |
Thursday January 21, 2010 21:35 by Dialect - Bristol Broadband Co-Operative
plus Miss Bristol 2009, Suzanna Burke, 'cheated' & 'disappointed' by the Miss Bristol organisers
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TIME ON THE MP3 FILE
00:00 - Introduction
01:00 - Bristol Gaza convoy participants arrive back in Bristol, Ed Hill, Gordon Holmes and Shakir Yildrin. Siva Alimi live in the studio.
22:00 - Susannah Burke, Miss Bristol 2009 explains that whilst she loved the experience of taking part in the competition she feels let down by the false hopes given by the organisers
31:00 - US Jewish intellectual Noam Chomsky recorded in 2009, One or two state solution? Israel Palestine conflict and prospects for peace.
36:00 - Hedgetrimings, a whimsical view of life in a Wiltshire village - read by Malcolm Grieves
50:30 - Trevor Carter, the bard of Windmill Hill reads his latest poem, Stand By Your Spin, about Alastair Campbell's testimony to the Chilcot Enquiry into the origins of the illegal Iraq war.
53:30 - Jeff Sparkes' What's On Guide
59:00 - Credits
Presenter: John Peters-Coleman
Reporters: Anthea Page and Tony Gosling
Studio Engineer: Johnny Roydon
Producer: Anthea Page
Dialect 23rd January 2010