06 May 2012 – Dialect Bristol Broadcast

Privatisation is drying up Wiltshire’s rivers through abstraction

>>> Click here to download the MP3 <<<  – 128Kbps, 1hr, 57mb. Read on for the schedule of this week’s show…

00:00 – 01:00 Intro
01:00 – 10:35 Sarah Morris on The Great North Swim
10:35 – 15:11 Xhudo Llazoja: Mu ke porta e kalase
15:11 – 29:13 Anthea Page interviews Albanian Minister of Culture Aldo Bumci
29:13 – 36:50 Tony Gosling talks to 1993 chairman of the Wiltshire Trust for Nature Conservation Robin Brodbank in part 2 of their walk along the banks of the River Wylye
36:50 – 43:39 Lady Stanhope: Queen of the Desert, read by Malcolm Grieve
43:39 – 48:27 Poetry with Rosemary Dun
48:27 – 53:13 What’s on guide and Song of the week
53:13 – 54:10 Credits
54:10 – 57:30 Norman Wisdom & the Pitkins: Big in Albania


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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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