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This week we hear from former City of London stock trading software marketing man Jon Long. Jon got a cocaine and alcohol habit, his family were busted by drug squad police and he realised he had to stop. Now he is in Bristol campaining for monetary reform as part of a campaign called Positive Money. He believes money should be a public utility. He recommends the book: Modernising Money: Why Our Monetary System is Broken and How it Can be Fixed by Andrew Jackson and Ben Dyson. www.positivemoney.org
Paul Fernie takes a look at the sun. What is it, how was it formed and how long will it last?
Jason Yannacopoulos delves into this week's Private Eye to discover that despite saying he wound never do such a thing Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has surrounded himself with tax evasion experts at the Treasury and as senior advisors on pensions.
Jeff Sparks' song of the week is from Heffner on the Death of Margaret Thatcher.
Sabine McNeill of www.Victims-Unite.net will be back after her Easter break in Germany next week