Dialect – Armed Forces Day 29th June 2013

plus Alex Jones’ rant at Bilderberg Fringe Festival in Watford

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We start this week with George Kousouros who’s Community Enterprise worker for South Gloucestershire. He’s helped organise Armed Forces Day this coming Saturday 29th June 2013. Cadets, Serving soldiers, territorials and veterans will all take part in a march to Paige Park in Staple Hill with plenty of music from bands including the Salvation army. Author Jake Wood will also be giving a talk in Yate Library about his book ‘Among You: The Extraordinary True Story of a Soldier Broken by War’

Aniesa Mirreh is a Bristol based student who is studying journalism in Worcester. She explains why she chose journalism as a career and how she’s found the course.

Alex Jones is a talk show host in the USA who was over in the UK earlier this month for the annual NATO Bilderberg conference. He explains in passionate terms why he neither trusts them not likes what they do. www.infowars.com

Paul Fernie continues his tour of the Solar System – this wee we explore the unfortunately named planet, Uranus and its moons and find out that still nobody knows whether the surface is sea or rock.

Charlie Skelton and Tony Gosling talk about the aforementioned Bilderberg Conference which they both believe is a secret organisation blighting the NATO countries and humanity as a whole.

Jeff Sparks has his What’s On Guide, this week with a song of the week from Deep Purple.

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