Dialect – UK Permaculture revolution

plus Sabine McNeill from Victims Unite

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

Sabine McNeill from www.victims-unite.net discusses the prospects in 2014 for stopping the secret courts from taking people’s children away – latest news discussed from Daily Telegraph’s Christopher Booker: The lunatics take over the asylum in ‘caring’ Britain.

A mother, who is considerably saner than the system that has imprisoned her, fights to be reunited with her sons.

Permaculture revolution Ed Revill, from Swansea Biochar.

  • Explore techniques which allow us to live in balance with the Earth.
  • Reclaim sovereignty from food and energy corporations and start to build resilient systems.
  • Explore how to produce healthy soil as well as domestic heat by stabilising carbon in soil.
  • Producing food and energy by stabilising carbon in soil enables us to reverse our ecological footprints and live in harmony with the Earth.
  • This is the reverse of the current practice of burning fossil fuels to produce energy and food.


Plus Tony Gosling and Jason Yannacopoulos discuss this week’s news taking a close look at the Spanish Royal family going to court. A rare occasion as they are normally above the law but is a presidential republic any better?


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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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