Dialect Radio Bristol | 26.02.2006 12:47 | Culture
Dialect co-op engineers live podcasting from our Bristol studios
Also we have an interview with Cat. Hobbs from Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways about the future of Bristol's local railways.
Dialect's Tony Gosling asks Economist Martin Summers and ex-MI5 officer David Shayler to analyse Wednesday's attack on the Askariya shrine in Samarra, Iraq... as well as discuss the scabre-rattling between the US/EU and Iran over their nuclear programme.
This week we introduce the Arthur Pink Show, sexy beats and latin flavours.
Following Arthur Pink, Stanley Forbes introduces the Anti-Sobriety Variety Show with live music from Mr Forbes himself, The Wraiths and poetry from Andy Langford-Woods.
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