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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 plus Philip Horton on The Beeching Legacy in South West England
 Weekly Program
 James Bruce
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Public Domain 
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00:00 - Introduction
01:00 - Plucky local lad James Bruce has just returned from walking 3000 miles to Jerusalem
12:00 - Eddie Clarke Agit Propaganda Street Theatre in support of Humanitarian Aid in the Middle East
17:00 - Julian Lea-Jones author of Bristol Curiosities talks about the Knights Templar that give their name to Temple Church and Temple Meads and some major finds which started Temple Local History Group
25:00 - Philip Horton has just published the first of two volumes about local rail line closures called The Beeching Legacy
32:00 - Mary MacDonald Hamill. Edinburgh festival. She rec'd a good review in 'The List'. You can see it at:
41:30 - Secrets and Lies by David Southwell - More Lies More Statistics read by Malcolm Grieves
50:30 - Trevor Carter the Bard of Windmill Hill
54:00 - Michaela Dennis pretends to be Jeff Sparks
59:00 - Credits

Presenters: John Peters-Coleman and Michaela Dennis
Reporters: Anthea Page and Tony Gosling
Studio Engineer: Lee Duffield
Producer: Anthea Page

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