Dialect – Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own: LSD & MK Ultra

plus Fracking shale oil used by desperate Nazis at end of WW2

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

Aniesa Mirreh talks about the way people sitting in her doctors’ waiting room seemed to stare, mindlessly, at a TV screen with a cartoon on. She asks how much control we really have over our own lives? Are human beings becoming too passive and open to suggestion?

1960s US Government Subliminal National Anthem Video — subliminal messages on TV and cinemas

Psychology, Film Studies & Media Production graduate, author of ‘Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own’ (2012) Neil Saunders joins us from Nottingham for an exposition on the reality behind the myths of mind control. Its original use in espionage techniques such as the ‘Truth Serum’ and the ‘Memory Wipe’. A look at the Manchurian Candidate, the programmable human, voices in your head and mood changes being induced and propaganda or perception management.


Jason Yannacopoulos reviews news stories this week relating to fracking lobbyists and to our favourite subject (not) the bullying for profit ATOS assessments of sick and disabled people which are finding very sick and disabled people ‘fit for work’ in a cruel, degrading, barbaric and vicious manner.



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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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