20 May 2012 – Dialect Bristol Broadcast

BBC’s Iraq war scapegoat Andrew Gilligan on press freedom

plus the Savannah Jazz Band perform live.

>>> Click here to download the MP3 <<<  – 128Kbps, 1hr, 56mb. Read on for the schedule of this week’s show…


00:00 – 01:33 Intro
01:33 – 05:02 Savannah Jazz Band: Creole Belles
05:02 – 13:27 Caroline Bowler talks about travel writing
13:27 – 24:15 Tony Gosling and Andrew Gilligan discuss the Leveson enquiry into phone hacking and press corruption
24:15 – 32:47 Anthea Page talks to a Danish Lady about the situation in Syria
32:47 – 41:11 Malcolm Grieve reads the next chapter form Lady Stanhope, Queen of the Desert
41:11 – 44:59 Anthea Page talks to upcoming Big Brother Contestant Vladimir
44:59 – 48:36 Poetry with Tony D’Arpino
48:36 – 53:02 Jeff Sparks’ What’s on Guide and Song of the Week
53:02 – 54:00 Credits
54:00 – 59:49 Savannah Jazz Band: Swanee River

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