Dialect – Bristol’s Palestine Ambassadors Occupy the BBC

BBC Bristol TV Studios on Whiteladies Road

plus WWI and its 3 poisonous cousins George, Wilhelm & Nicholas

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Rita Cangialousi & Eddie James join us this week to discuss why BBC Bristol have failed to report the occupation going on on their Whiteladies Road lawn over their biased coverage of the Gaza genocide. They give some of the background to and context of the conflict which the BBC refuse to do. Why did the BBC tell Max Keiser when he worked for them that he was “Not allowed to discuss Israel in any context”? We also hear that Kirsty at the BBC pulled an interview from the ‘Best of BCfm’ show with former shadow foreign secretary Gerald Kaufman, whose Jewish family were murdered by the Nazis in World War Two, as ‘unbalanced’.

Jason Yannacopoulos takes us through some of this week’s news including a statement by the Bilderberg founder Prince Bernhard that perhaps he was trying to create a one world government, also aroness Warsi resigns from the government over Cameron’s support for the Gaza genocide and a discussion about this week’s anniversary of Britain entering the first world war, essentially a war between three cousins George in Britain, Wilhelm in Germany and Nicholas in Russia.

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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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