Friday Drivetime

BCfm’s weekly politics show presented by Tony Gosling

At five: discussing the big stories in Bristol, Britain and around the world
After six: straight talking and investigative reports with Martin Summers and Marina Morris

For all the shows back to Easter 2009 visit the Friday Drivetime archive page.

First hour: Nick Clegg at the LSE; real danger of banking collapse worse than 1930s; we need a whole new banking system; ‘Over mighty subjects’ through the years Sir Peter Tapsell MP for Louth and Horncastle; ‘Independent’ Commission on Banking’s Vickers report published; is Prime Minister David Cameron afraid of the banks?; arresting bankers; banks using ‘Enron accounting’; David Cameron triumphant speech in Libya; Boundary Commission parliamentary constituency changes; reduction in number of MPs; new law on fixed term parliaments; Ashton Vale stadium; Dale Farm traveller eviction in Essex on Monday; asbestos in Bristol’s water? With Deputy Leader of Bristol Conservatives Mark Weston.
[audio: 201109161700]

Second hour: Egyptians storm Israeli Embassy in Cairo; Queen signs amendment to criminal law so Israeli War criminals can now visit Britain without fear of arrest; Carriage Works Action Group; Local Food Mapping; military exercises taking place on 9/11; NORAD & Air Traffic Control audio recordings released; BBC’s Gordon Correra talks to FBI whistleblower Ali Soufan; new 2 hour YouTube documentary 7/7: Crimes And Prejudice combines a presentation of the cutting edge of July 7th research with a deeply contextual analysis that casts light on largely unexamined aspects of the war on terror; Who uses the term ‘New World Order’ and why?
[audio: 201109161800]

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