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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Dialect Radio 14th March
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 Peter Bruce Social Entrepeneur, June Burrows Pierian Centre
 Bristol Broadband Co-Op  
June Burrows from the Perian Centre talks about their role in the community and an upcoming event to bring organisations together
Anthea Page interviews Alastair Macintosh, Ecologist, about how communities have become fragmented
Tony Gosling and Barb Drummond discuss enclosure as well as poem 'The Moors' by John Claire
Another instalment of Hedgetrimmings by A G Street, read by Malcolm Grieves
Trevor Carter - The Bard of Windmill Hill - reads an original poem about money and corruption
Jeff Sparkes presents his whats on in Bristol guide and his song of the week, commemorating recently deceased musician Fred Wedlock
Presenter: John Peters Coleman
Reporter: Anthea Page
Contributors: Jeff Sparkes, Trevor Carter, Malcolm Grieves
Studio Production: Jonny Roydon, Andy Gordon
Producer: Tony Gosling

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00:59:55 English 2010-03-09
 Dialect Radio Studio - Queens Square, Bristol
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