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 Freemasons have to swear bloodcurdling oaths as they are initiated
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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This week we hear from Shell Coe whose film production company Keo Films has just won a 2016 BAFTA documentary award for 'Exodus: Our Journey to Europe', filming with Mediterranean refugees and asylum seekers. She's making a film over the coming months about 'In Work Poverty' and appealing for anyone in the Bristol area who's struggling to survive on no, or low pay, to get in touch, she's on 07465 733735 or email

Arabella Wynne-Hughes has just arrived to live in Bristol from Budapest, Hungary where she's spent most of her life even though she has a British father. She describes growing up after the fall of the Berlin Wall in a country reluctant to change from its Eastern Bloc socialist roots, in which corruption has become embedded. Arabella's a photographer who's travelled widely including to remote Amazon rainforest villages as well as round the Mediterranean and to Israel.

Former Freemason and retired army officer Ian Mattison joins us for a final round-up review of the Sky TV series 'Inside the Freemasons' where he expresses dismay about the lack of balance in the films. Complementing his first review, two weeks ago, Ian looks at the pressure which is put on Masons to stay in the craft even though when they are initiated they really don't know what sort of organisation they're getting themselves into. Freemasons have to swear bloodcurdling oaths as they are initiated up through the incremental degrees of the craft and with those oaths come obligations."The obligation is to have your life terminated in several ways depending on which degree you're in". We also hear about a BBC South TV programme on Freemasonry which was inexplicably cancelled after the producer was threatened, presumably by a BBC manager or managers.
Inside The Brotherhood (1989)
Inside The Freemasons (2017)

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