investigative reports - Financial crimes: click on this to read Paul Manning's book on the Fourth Reich Mafia Finance Network - Round up of international news stories with Martin Summers: trouble between Japan and China; corruption of the Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy being paid from slush funds from private developers; Russian military conscription for all new young migrants. Interview with Daphne Havercroft concerning recent deaths at Mid-Staffordshire Hospital and systemic failings of the NHS. Bristol UHB Trust chaired by Merchant Venturer John Savage and UHB Trust chaired by Peter Rillet, also a Merchant Venturer. Mike Birkin from South West Friends of the Earth discusses Centrica's pulling out of the UK Nuclear Power programme and Cumbrian nuclear waste site refused planning permission. What does this mean for the prospects of new nuclear at Hinkley Point? In 1973 Mike attended a lecture by William Sargant, author of the book 'The Battle For The Mind' and was impressed with his analysis of cults such as voodoo and how they use rituals to alter members' thinking. Transfer of these techniques to tell people what to think in the global political arena through the mass media. Dan Glazebrook on this week's assassination in Tunisia and the way the so-caled Arab Spring is playing out as a fight between Chinese and NATO interests in harvesting the continent's resources. Dan gives his opinion on who will win this colonial military and economic conflict as it plays out, and why.