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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Traders and Residents Against Sainsbury's at Horfield (TRASH)
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First Hour: News review with Daniella Radice, Bristol Green Party leader and councillor for Bishopston. The badger cull cost £4000 per badger but £50m 2007 DEFRA report to justify cull cost £27,000 per badger - total £30,000 per badger! Green party cabinet member Gus Hoyty Toyty and the bedroom tax; Traders and Residents Against Sainsbury's at Horfield (TRASH) campaign to stop a Sainsbury's being built in Bristol Rovers' Memorial Ground at top of Gloucester Road – football, planning gain and corporate raiders in the football world; Ed Miliband's speech about bringing more competition into banking – zombie casino banks still not dealt with, bonuses and short-termism; Is £38m of Bristol City Council public money for Bristol Arena justified? Arena costing total of £91m. City Deal, Public Property Board is chaired by the Mayor of Bristol and has representatives from the Homes and Communities Agency, Government Property Unit, Bristol City Council and two representatives from the Business Community, Local Enterprise partnership; Bristol 24-7 coment page Economic vision blind to closing gap between Bristol’s rich and poor: Until we address the real problems of equality of opportunity, the city will never realise its true economic and social potential, writes Tessa Coombes. PMQs Milliband and Cameron on housing – building firms sitting on land; PMQs Tessa Munt on fracking and bribes to local government; FoI request Guardian: Emails reveal UK helped shale gas industry manage fracking opposition: Government officials accused of cheerleading for fracking by sharing 'lines to take' and meeting for post-dinner drinks: LibDem Tory Coalition government departments with a very cosy relationship with Fracking companies pushing fracking; former LibDem Energy Secretary Chris Huhne was not so friendly. European elections coming up in May: UKIP leader Nigel Farage on the United States of Europe and Goldman Sachs controlling what is now totally undemocratic Greece – The Green Party stand on how unbridled immigration affects Britain from Europe.

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