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 BCFM Drivetime 
 Diana: In Her Own Words, will reveal private recordings of the princess on TV
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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First hour: News review: with Bristol North West MP Darren Jones. Family not political, grew up in Lawrence Weston, went to Portway School, reflects on beginning work at the House of Commons. Finds it more difficult to follow the news now he's an MP. Bristol University develop software to detect fake news which includes the BBC and Daily Telegraph. Social housing on Tuesday evening's Channel 4 news: 300,000 chldren due to be evicted, ‘They treat tenants as a nuisance’, Author of 'Ground Control' Anna Minton, Tory member of the London Assembly for West Central Tony Devenish, Architect Kate Macintosh, C4 news social affairs editor Jackie Long 14,000 people on Bristol waiting list, where are shop doorways and tents in the housing 'market'? Government must intervene in housing, stop gerrymandering, shipping Labour voters out. The Channel 4 documentary, ‘Diana: In Her Own Words’, will reveal private recordings of Princess Diana at her most unguarded. The sensitive 90-minute film will broadcast this Sunday August 6 at 8pm on Channel 4. - With a fairy tale royal wedding, a soap opera love triangle and a tragic death that broke hearts around the world, Princess Diana's story is still one of the most fascinating and scandalous in British history. -  Bristol’s newest MP Darren Jones says Tony Blair is his political hero on BBC Radio 5 Live – but is it a controversial choice?  New Bristol North West Labour MP Darren Jones: 'I didn't expect to win'  History's lessons: from Bristol's slave trade past to today's debt & wage slavery, Mark Steeds' proposal for a Welsh Back Bristol Slavery History Hub planned for the last two dockside buildings there by Redcliffe Bridge. Exhibition on history and culture of Bristol North West constituency, Mike Walker, Bristol Omnibus Collection: privatisation of Bristol Omnibus Company Bristol Tramways and Carriageways Company, ran through Bristol Joint Services, Bristol Tramways and Bristol City Council shared management. Up to 1986, bus operator would have to go to public enquiry to put fares up and services became unprofitable like railways before the Beeching axe in the 1960s. Darren supportsd municipal bus company. British Gas raises electricity prices by 12.5%. Experts fear rise will prompt another round of increases after Centrica sanctions average annual dual fuel bill rise of 7.3% to £1,120. Sleeper agent' Kieran Maxwell, Royal Marine who made bombs for Irish republicans had 300 government and military targets as police admit his arsenal of mines, mortars and drugs are STILL hidden in tunnels around the UK. Royal Marine built bombs for the Continuity IRA at his grandmother's house. He constructed 14 pipe bombs and two mines and could have built 19 more. The 31-year-old became the first marine to be jailed for UK terrorism offences. Judge jails him for 18 years, telling him he had betrayed his fellow marines - Army could be needed in prisons - former governor - A former prison governor says the government should consider calling in the Army to restore order in prisons. - Speaking to BBC Newsnight, Ian Acheson admitted the suggestion was "radical" and "controversial" but said "the risks of doing nothing are simply too high". - 1972 Bank of England director "We control all press & politicians". Justin Walker, Harry Pilkington - UK heading for a 'smooth Brexit' Mark Carney finally admits economy is NOT set to collapse, Mark Carney has reiterated the Bank of England's belief that Britain is heading towards a "smooth" Brexit in 2019, despite downgrading its GDP forecast for this year and next. - Editing the human genome brings us one step closer to consumer eugenics. Hijacked by the free market, human gene editing will lead to greater social inequality by heading where the money is: 'designer babies'. 

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