Dialect – Why we must Keep Our NHS Public

plus Julian Parry on Waste Incinerators and Fracking

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

Sabine McNeill from Victims Unite talks tonight about a woman she is helping in Greenwich, London who had her baby taken away from her, legally, at birth. Social Services refuse to hand over documents that explain why they did it and we hear more evidence of injustice in the so-called Family Court system.

George Barr is a former politics lecturer and govenor of one of the hospitals in Exeter, he’s a contact for Keep Our NHS Public and exlains how reprehensible it is for the Coalition government to start privatising the National Health Service when they have no mention of it in their election manifestos or the Coalition Agreement. He argues that keeping private businesses out of the NHS is also cheaper in the long run so privatisation is not only cruel socially but wasteful financially as well.

Julian Parry is a Somerset inventor who has designed a waste system which would incinerate household wate without polluting the environment but he as had little or no interest in his scheme from European governments. He explains how badly wrong our energy policy has gone in Britain with Hydraulic Fracturing being seriously considered in the Mendip Hils. This is a highly dangerous technology which causes earthquakes and pollutes the water supply all around the Fracking sites.

Paul Fernie – Orignially US and Russia were going to co-operate but the US decided to ‘go it along and plans a moonbase to be operational a year or so before the Russians so, for the moonbase, the space race is on again.

Jason Yannacopoulos takes another look at this week’s Private Eye and Disabled issues

Jeff Sparks has the 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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