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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Dialect Radio for 27th February 2010
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 Phil Shep; Documentary Film-maker, Barb Drummond; Local Historian, Mala & Liv; Star Society Bristol University
 Bristol Broadband Co-Op  
Peter Shep, documentory film-maker, is in the studio and talks about community media and film making in Somerset and the South West
The Bristol Shantymen perform a traditional sea shanty
Barb Drummond, local historian, talks about her new book on a particular sea battle
Mala and Liv from the Bristol university Star Society talk about their society's objectives in enabling asylum seekers to attend university at home fee levels
Feature on 'Mugabe and the white african' a documentary film
A piece of music composed by Ivor Gurney
Feature on the Bristol old peoples forum containing an interview with chairman Pete Taplin
Malcolm Grieve reads another chapter of Hedgetrimmings by A G Street; a whimsical tale of life in a Wiltshire village
Trevor Carter; the Bard of Windmill Hill reads an original poem 'Flags'
Jeff Sparkes present his whats on in Bristol guide for the coming week
Presenter: John Peters Coleman
Contributors: Trevor Carter, Malcolm Grieve, Jeff Sparkes
Reporters: Anthea Page, Tony Gosling
Producer: Anthea Page

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