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 State Of The City reports 
 plus Keith Evans from BADACA on MoD procurement privatisation
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Keith Evans from Bristol and District Anti-Cuts Alliance (BADACA) on tomorrow’s March For The NHS whch is taking place from 11am at College Green. Gerald Celente, editor of the New York Trends Journal site explains how the US is becoming a fascist country on the RT show The Keiser Report.

Niall Warry from the BBC Institutional Bias blog discusses what happened when he refused to pay his licence fee and how more and more BBC Refusniks are doing this sucessfully. We look at the pro-Nazi fascist opinions of the first BBC Director General Lord Reith and how he kept Hitler’s critic Sir Winston Churchill off the air. Two programmes that caused controversy in the 1980s were Panorama’s ‘Maggie’s Militant Tendency’ showing some Tory MP’s in far right meetings. Also Duncan Campbell’s Secret Society series in 1987. We discuss the subsequent sacking of BBC Director General Alasdair Milne in January 1987 and explain that Victor Rothschild, of ‘Spycatcher’ fame, was behind that decision. More recently we discuss BBC World’s on air apology after their embarassing transmission of several documentaries which were in fact paid for propaganda by the Maylaysian government. BBC2 Newsnight’s latest political editor Allegra Stratton has a deal with publishers Simon & Schuster for a book eulogising the Miliband brothers including what Ed Miliband as Prime Minister would mean for Britain. Also the reasons for the departure of Newsnight’s former political editor Michael Crick after the BBC insisted on deleting & wiping many hours of his interviews with the heavyweights od British political life. It’s as if the BBC did not want us, or future generations, to be able to keep track of the opinions and statements of our politicians. Certainly smacks of extreme control-freakery by Newsnight and BBC Current Affairs managers.

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