29 April 2012 – Dialect Bristol Broadcast

Crimes of the drone makers – Bristol Against The Arms Trade

plus a trip back in time to the River Wylie with Robin Brodbank for the Wiltshire Trust for nature Conservation

>>> Click here to download the MP3 <<<  – 128Kbps, 1hr, 54mb. Read on for the schedule of this week’s show…

00:00 – 00:57 Intro
00:57 – 13:21 Bob & Mary from Bristol against The Arms Trade
13:21 – 19:39 A trip back in time to the River Wylie with Robin Brodbank for the Wiltshire Trust for nature Conservation – part 1 of 2
19:39 – 25:26 Part 5 of Lady Hestor Stanhope, Queen of the Desert read by Malcolm Grieve
25:26 – 34:08 James Burton from United Through Sport talks about using sport as a tool for social change.
34:08 – 44:02 Robin Clapp from Bristol & District Anti-Cuts AllianceBristolAntiCuts Facebook page
44:02 – 48:26 Tim Burroughs: The Empty Road (all alone)
48:26 – 53:22 What’s on Guide and Song of the Week
53:22 – 54:12 Outro
54:12 – 57:40 Joshua Luke Smith: The Gate

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