Dialect – Investigative Journalist Jim Tucker Dies

plus Jackson & Ecomotive on National Self-Build week in UK

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Jackson Moulding from Ecomotive and the National Self Build Association joins us to discuss building your own home. He’s involved in a self-build project in Bristol’s Eastville Park, part of the Bristol Comunity Land Trust. Why do so few people actually build their own homes in Britain? Various events going on during National Self Build Week including the housing minister and a tour of Ashley Vale self build project in St Werburghs.

Chris Bollyn joins us on the line from Sweden to discuss the life and work of investigative journalist Jim Tucker who died on Friday aged 78. Chris and Jim were 2 of just a handful of journalists, including Dialect’s Tony Gosling, who covered the 2000 super-elite Bilderberg Conference in Genval just outside Brussels where conference security threatened and chased Chris because they didn’t like him taking photographs even though George Soros and Carl Bildt came out for a walk in a public place. Chris compares Bilderberg to the Mafia and explains why the mainstream corporate media don’t cover Bilderberg: they are inside the meeting and sworn to secrecy.

Jim is a sad loss to the reporting of this elite organisation.

Ricky Canty was allegedly defrauded of tens of thousands of pounds in the Cardiff courts. He claims he and his mother have lost all they ever worked for, their car dealership business and home through corruption in the legal system which is not being addressed. He recommends people should be ‘litigants in person’ and not trust lawyers and will continue to fight for justice.

Paul Fernie looks this week at The Earth, how big is it, how far from the sun and what does Planet Earth have to do with ‘fast lane fascists’, drivers that hog the fast lane on the motorway??

Jeff Sparks gives us his What’s On Guide.

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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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