17 July 2011 Broadcast

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Click here for the latest broadcast, MP3 format, 1hr, 43.2MB. Read on for more info about this week’s show…

On the show this week:
  • SquattingEugene Byrne discusses how lack of housing after WWII lead to massive squatting by ex-army families.
  • Lerretts:  Gail McGarver on a Dorset fishing vessel preserved for the nation.
  • Southwest aviation history Part 1: John Stringfellow of Chard and the first powered flight.
  • Treasure Island Chapter 12 by Robert Louis Stevenson, read by Malcolm Grieve.
  • Poetry with Rosemary Dun.
  • Music from Tim Burroughs: “Every voice needs a chorus”
  • Interview with Tom Holder & The Railway Sleepers, including a sneak preview of their track “Swinging in the wind.”
  • Jeff Sparkes‘ What’s on Guide
  • We play out with Pink Floyd: “Set the controls for the Sun.”

The show was presented by Michaela Dennis (Cameo by John Peters-Coleman).
Features were by Alec Milne, Anthea Page, Tony Gosling and Michael Noyce.
Engineer was Michael Noyce.
Producer was Anthea Page.

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About dialectradio

Dialect Radio was Bristol’s first weekly internet radio show which was originally webcast in 2002. It broadcasts a mixture of local human interest stories along with analysis of community issues from right to housing to radical history.

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