Dialect – Practical privacy: Is there anything NSA & GCHQ have not hacked?

Cattle by GCHQ radio station

plus Danny Lopes’ Contemporary Christian Music show on BCfm

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Danny Lopes presents BCfm’s Contemporary Christian Music show every Sunday at 7pm. We find out more about the man between the tunes and behind the accent. Turns out Danny was brought up in the middle of a civil war in 1970s Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. We hear about what Danny believes is a revolution that lost its way and got diverted by corruption. We hear also about Danny’s faith now and his thoughts about other religions, war in the Middle East and contradictions in the multi-faith movement.

Ed Lander discusses internet security this week and we hear that almost every keystroke can be scanned or monitored by the NSA or GCHQ and others. The way Facebook and Twitter Apps access your personal data that they have no business doing. Some suggestions to tighten security.

Jeff Sparkes explains that Bristol City Council are planning to open local poet Thomas Chatterton’s house opposite St Mary Redcliffe church to the public but appear to have almost exactly copied a proposal put forward by Jeff and Anthea Page several years ago. We ask whether the council will acknowledge Anthea and Jeff’s vision if and when they open Thomas Chatterton’s House.


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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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