Dialect Radio is a Bristol (UK) internet broadcasting Co-operative run by volunteers. Our main activity is our weekly current affairs and arts magazine programme Dialect, which is recorded at our Queen's Square studios and posted for download every weekend. Want to volunteer? Volunteering Bristol, Royal Oak House, Royal Oak Avenue, Bristol. BS1 4GB Tel: 0117 989 7733. Listen on air: 93.2 FM (BCFM), Saturdays 9pm & Sundays 7pm http://www.bcfm.org.uk/
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01:00 - Introduction
02:00 - Doubts about swine flu media coverage - Vaccines expert, working in Mexico, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny explains her worries about partial reporting in the alleged swine flu pandemic. Are the pharmecutical companies on the make?
Dr Sherri Tenpenny on Alex Jones
07:00 - Keith Donaghue - Town Clerk of Wells in Somerset talks about his job and localisation
17:15 - Bilady, arabic song by Bristol's Red Notes Choir
19:45 - Self Building for the future - Jackson Moulding from Ecomotive based at the Ashley Vale Action Group sustainable housing project in St Werburghs, Bristol.
33:00 - An Innkeeper's Diary - John Fothergill - 1922 - Thame in Oxfordshire.. read by Malcolm Grieves
43:50 - Peter Dobbins - music in Aust Parish Church in South Gloucestershire BS35 4BA which has seen something of a revival.
Early music, mostly mediaeval, traditional music from a variety of cultures (apologies for the disconcerting ringtones)
50:30 - Jeff Sparkes - What's On this week
59:00 - credits
Presenter - John Peters-Coleman
Reporters - Anthea Page and Tony Gosling
Studio Production - Vilas Chitrakaran
Producer - Anthea Page
Bristol Radio Co-operative