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: Who are these ‘rulers of the worldGoldman Sachs? High Frequency trading distorting the markets, Bankers want to be loved: Barclays Chief Executive Bob Diamond proposes three ways to ‘rehabilitate’ bankers”. Was there any point in nationalising parts of RBS, Lloyds and other banks? Civil unrest unless we liberate the bankers from their cash: anthropologist Chris Knight. Foreign Secretary William Hague’s commons statement on Iran: yet more Middle East lies to prepare public opinion for an attack on Iran? Joe Foster & brother jailed but there was no ‘petrol bomb’ in Stokes Croft April riots. Late night arson attack on Bristol Conservative councillors Geoff Gollop & Kevin Quartley‘s cars. News review with ‘Occupy Bristol‘ daily news digest editor Polly Winch.
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Second hour: Employment law: Will Stone from Avon and Bristol Law Centre reads you your rights. Pouring toxic chemicals into the sub-strata in exchange for poisoned water, earthquakes and a little bit of gas, Friends of the Earth on Fracking. Trustworthy to build new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point upwind of Bristol? Two EDF directors jailed in criminal hacking conspiracy. Just Say Know? Bristol & Britain’s drug policy discussion and look at LSD with Danny Kushlick from Transform.
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2 comments on “Friday Drivetime
  1. Ho Drivetime, Isnt Polly great? I am learning so much by listening to the BCfm coverage of the Occupy movement. Thank you Tony and all others bringing this quality broadcasting to our homes. And loving Tracy Chapman’s meaningful and timeless number “talking about a revolution”. Bring It On.

    • Thanks Nadia,
      Unfortunatly Polly has moved on from Bristol now and much as I’d love to have her on again she has gone I’m afraid.
      If anyone knows where Polly is please ask her to get in touch if she’s heading back to Bristol – or we could even take her contributions on the phone.
      Tony

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