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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Hinkley Point C nuclear power station going ahead – very expensive
 Weekly Program
 
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2016/09/16/bcfms-weekly-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-47/
First hour: News review: with the monarchy's representative in Bristol, Deputy Lord Lieutenant David John - as Deputy Lord Lieutenant 'tapped up' at Merchant Venturers dinner; Jeremy Corbyn – cuts – revenue from central govt; Mayoral system – Metro Mayors; the Monarchy – costs – taxpayers money; Alastair Campbell on the BBC Question Time – Portland Communications used to unseat Corbyn – Alastair Campbell writing the Iraq 'dodgy dossier' and death of David Kelly; Tory Anna Soubrey calls shadow chancellor John McDonnell a 'nasty piece of work' on BBC Question Time – bullying in Labour Party; Rona Fairhead steps down from BBC Trust – Roger Carr taking over – both no background in media; Hinkley Point C nuclear power station going ahead – very expensive – for same money tidal power could go ahead on the same week first tidal power farm is launched in Scotland – bombs and nuclear power stations; Diane James – new UKIP leader – orders Theresa May to stop fudge of Brexit; Foreign Affairs select committee report saying Cameron didn’t consider after effects of getting rid of Gaddafi – NATO planned and funded overthrow - hacker of Colin Powell e-mails Brexit a good cover for Chilcot Report says Jack Straw; Emmerdale actor Adam Thomas and his 9/11 tweet – Saudis funding 9/11; Corbyn PMQs – zero hour contracts – schools – grammar schools – lack of funding – teaching profession always changing; St Paul's Carnival – may be part ticketed with arm bands and go ahead next year.

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