BCfm’s weekly politics show presented by Tony Gosling
For all the shows back to Easter 2009 visit the Friday Drivetime archive page.
First hour: Weekly news review with Green Councillor for Ashley ward Gus Hoyt. Economics discussed, 500 reidents threatened as almost all Bristol’s elderly care homes face closure. Elected police commissioner to replace Avon & Somerset Police Authority? BBC documentary ‘Poor Kids’ and the divide between rich and poor.
Second hour: Montpelier builder Simon Lewis describes getting mauled by police dogs during the Stokes Croft disturbances and points out there is a Bristol City Council petition to investigate the Police tactics during those operations – Part three of the extracts from Keith Allen’s banned new film about the assassination of Princess Diana – Unlawful Killing. 9/11 Blueprint for Truth. This week’s big talk at Colston Hall: What does controlled demolition on 9/11 mean for America? In depth interview with San Fransisco skyscraper architect Richard Gage from Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth.