Second hour: Daphne Havercroft, from 'South West Whistleblowers Health Action Group' (SWWHAG). She discusses the enquiry into the Bristol Children's Hospital baby scandal, suggested by ten worried families and NHS Medical Director Sir Bruce Keogh. She is critical of the Foundation Trust system and blames the elected board for not being concerned enough about patient care. David Shayler, former MI5 officer, discusses the play he is in, 'Seven Seconds', in Bristol this weekend. The play is about 9/11 and the seven seconds refers to the time it took Buliding 7 of the World Trade Centre which collapsed at free fall speed without being hit by a plane. 9/11, 7/7, The Security and Exchange Commission, Verint Systems who have the CCTV surveillance contract for the London Underground run by a big time crook and former officer in the Israeli Engineers. Reinvestigate 9/11 and false flag attacks such as Operation Gladio discussed. First of four discussions on journalist Paul Mason's 'Peoples' History of the First World War' based on a proposal for a programme that the BBC will probably never make: This week 1) The Causes: imperialism; national chauvanism; Balkan conflict; arms race; technology; monopolised economies; society in denial; Edwardian / bell epoque; social liberalism; labour movements; anarchism and socialism; outbreak of war; race to the sea; Tannenberg. Ukraine's violent protests in a democracy that Martin Summers predicted would get very nasty in his book.