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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Tony Cripps tells us how he lost his & Mikey Lowdose political commentary show
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This week we hear what's wrong with our money system, how it's created and how to fix it from Mark Kerridge of Bristol branch of national campaign Positive Money. The power to create money over the years has been privatised so it serves private, not public interests and quite self-evidently this has to change.
Video journalist Tony Cripps tells us how he lost his political commentary show on Bristol Community Radio (BCfm) when he was offered a show of double the length on Bristol's rival Ujima radio but he was called up twice during the first of the two shows to be told by someone called Kevin Philemon that he was getting 'too political' and that wasn't allowed to plug a local music artist because Ujima wanted them to pay for advertising. Tony says it was very difficult to prove but he and Mikey LowDose believed they'd been 'set up', that Ujima didn't really want their show.
Maurice Kirk brings us up to date with his long running claim for harassment against South Wales Police which began when he evicted the drug-dealer son of one of their superintendents. The struggle for justice has moved to the High Court in London

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