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 State Of The City reports 
 Former Nazi German company who now control BBC transmitters Siemens planting bombs inside heavy engineering equipment destined for Iran
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/10/12/17/friday-drivetime-92/22629
Tony and Martin discuss world events including Syria potentially leading to coinciding, the Middle East, EU getting this year's Nobel Peace Prize formerly awarded to war criminal Henry Kissinger, Bali bombing ten years on. Former Nazi German company who now control BBC transmitters Siemens planting bombs inside heavy engineering equipment destined for Iran, NATO & Western sabotage campaign against Iran. Private firm May Gurney who deal with Bristol's waste might go bust after they issue a profit warning today, will that mean our bins could go unemptied? General discussion about privatisation. Big Brother Watch - Steve Jolly from 'No CCTV' discusses surveillance under the Conservatives, new CCTV Commissioner Andrew Rennison, how regulation may sound better than it is, drone technology, private companies gathering data, secret US TrapWire system revealed by Stratfor & Wikileaks that links surveillance networks together, Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras and how to improve the situation of surveillance through campaign site http://www.no-cctv.org.uk. John Scobie from Birmingham took part in last week's BBC3 show '7/7: Conspiracy Road Trip' but the programme broadcast last week was not the film he took part in. He discusses terms on which independent production company, Renegade TV, engaged him, what the show left out, how explosive facts about 7/7 and key testimony of survivors and victims families was left on the cutting room floor. Interview with Steve Sa'tan from BCfm & Rail Future discussing the Bus Rapid Transit Scheme (BRT2) for Bristol, what Bristol City Council should spend their £5m on and what a waste of money he believes it is. Other transport issues including the West coast mainline franchise and rail subsidy costing three times more since the privatisation of the railways.

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