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 Union leader Mark Serwotka is out, after several months in hospital having a heart transplant
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PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka is interviewed by his daughter, Dialect's Imogen Serwotka, after several months in hospital having a heart transplant. Mark is now back and as determined as ever to see social justice done through the Corbynistas and the trades union movement. Despite the family relationship Imogen asks him some awkward questions, for instance about his statement condemning the Labour party.

Sophie Sweatman is a freelance journalist with a Friday show about getting work in the creative industries on Source FM in Cornwall. She's noticed mobile devices such as Blackberrys and Nokia phones have been pushed out of the market by the big manufacturers like Sony, Apple and Samsung, as well as being unsupported by the likes of Google Android and Windows. Our choices are slowly being narrowied by high-tech communications big business which virtually unregulated.

Kenyon Gibson is an Anglophile US Naval Intelligence veteran who's seriously concerned about the US attempt at 'regime change' in Syria and the funding of jihadi groups and other deceptions being used to achieve these aims. Kenyon has also infiltrated fascist groups both in the United States and in the UK.

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