Is our local MP Jack Lopresti helping to arm human rights abusing Saudi Arabia?
Transport adviser to Bristol mayor George Ferguson & Bristol Friends of the Earth campaigner Pip Sheard quit but returned a week later as an adviser. She talks tonight about Bristol's plagued bus rapid transit (BRT) system, cars, congestion charge, buses and trains. Pip is a volunteer on Bristol mayor George Ferguson’s advisory group for transport. She discusses the Bus Rapid Transit System, smart cards to get people on buses, the 'bonkers bus stops' etc. Round up of international news stories with Martin Summers: British secret services want to keep evidence secret at Alexander Litvinenko inquest delaying it by another six months, what have they got to hide? The book ‘Blowing up Russia’ offers clues to the possible motives behind the killing, to cover up false flag terrorism. 9/11 court case in Horsham with Tony Rooke. A voxpop by Marina Morris, do people believe the story about the death of Osama Bin Laden in Abbotabad, Pakistan in May 2011? Discussion about who Osama Bin Laden was working for and when he really died. Nafeez Ahmed on the seven myths of the Iraq war as wrongly reported by Newsnight on the tenth anniversary of the war. British Foreign Secretary William Hague and new US Secretary of State John Kerry discuss Syria on Monday. Discussion of the Skull and Bones society at Yale University which John Kerry was initiated into in 1966, including a unique clip of a recording screams and chant of 'The Devil Equals Death' at of one of their Skull and Bones initiation ceremonies. The 1974 Portuguese revolution, extract from this week's Dialect interview with Enrique Ribiro. Interview with Victoria Brittain about her new book Shadow Worlds: The Forgotten Women of the War On Terror.