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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 WWII exploits of spies and resistance fighters in Nazi occupied Europe
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
We begin this week with the final installment of our three-part exclusive interview with former SAS soldier and executive at London's first ITV franchise ABC Television, Barry Wynne. Barry went on to write books and films, mostly about the wartime exploits of spies and resistance fighters in Nazi occupied Europe, including Count Five and Die (1957) and One Against The Wind (1991). This week Barry gives us his views on modern Britain and takes us through his dealings with the famous WWII weapons designer 'boffin' Barnes-Wallis. Barry also takes us back to the aristocrats of old who were used to run the colonies of the British Empire. Barry also talks about the death of his father and, more recently, one of his sons, raising concerns about elderly care homes, hospitals and the destruction of the family.
One Against The Wind
Count Five And Die
Thomas Barlow from Real Media journalists cooperative believes London based mainstream media is not only biased but dying and that groups like his who have looked closely at how they are funded are the future. Many young people have only known the internet as a reliable source for news and in the US it's become clear that getting viewers and listeners to subscribe is perhaps the only way to fund genuinely independent news media.
Author Jane Hersey explains how she had a terrible time as a Mancunian Jewish youngster caring for her elderly mother after her father left and then being taken into care in a childrens home where she was emotionally and sexually abused. Her books Breath In The Dark (2012) and Full Circle (2013) have been picked up in the US in the teaching of psychiatry. She found no relationships with childrens home staff. A million people in Britain are destitute. Jane is a big critic of austerity and believer in the welfare state but mentally ill people and the disabled are being sanctioned which is illegal. Jane believes the present Tory government is practising Eugenics ie. people are criminal and subhuman if they are disabled or poor and they should be allowed to go to the wall. If people haven't got the strength to be wealthy they are 'polluting the gene pool' and should be allowed to die.
Breath In The Dark
Full Circle

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