Dialect – CND’s Bruce Kent: Nuke Disarming & Abolishing War

The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

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Read on for the details of this week’s show…

In the mid 1980s GCHQs Cathy Massiter revealed that Harry Newton who was working for CND was a spy working for MI5 helping them to prevent CND sympathisers from working as teachers or in the media. What is CND and Bruce Kent doing now to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons? Trident is about to cost Britain £100bn, that is £25bn for the Trident missiles and £75bn for maintenance over the next 30 years. Bruce Kent and CND believe that the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs need never have been dropped as the Japanese were about to stop fighting anyway. Will the Labour party ever again be against nuclear weapons? Former Vulcan pilot Alistair Mackie and veterans for peace now very much against using nuclear weapons.

Dialect’s astronomy expert Paul Fernie this week talks about astrology, each 30 degrees of the celestial sphere, the inside of a football.

Jeff Sparks has been to London and reports on his trip to seek out sites of the romantic poets including Bristol’s own Thomas Chatterton.

Extra – Bruce Kent & Rose Crossland Discuss Trident
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