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 100 Years Since Balfour - Longing, belonging and Balfour, the Musical
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Musician David Mowat joins us today to tell us about a performance of his 'Longing, Belonging and Balfour' spoken word and music piece this week commemorating a century since the Balfour Declaration. We compare what's happening in Israel to the genocide of North American Indians and the hundreds of years of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland. The performance takes place at 7pm at Henleaze United Reformed Church on Thursday 13th July 2017 and costs £10 (concessions available)

Robin Upton is editor of the Wikispooks website which was begun because of Wikipedia's structural failings. It focuses on weighty political, social and military matters such as war and terrorism. Robin tells us how he came to be interested in using the internet in this way and why he feels, with the case of 9/11 World Trade Centre Survivor Barry Jennings, more must be done to stop history being altered and the truth being buried by powerful military interests.

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