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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Desalination plants invented and explained by Andrew Tweedie
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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We're joined this week by Tim Hurford, lead singer of Bristol-based psychedelic rock band The Transpersonals. They have a new album out called 'Illuminated By The Light Of Dreams' from which we hear two tracks

Andrew Tweedie is a Truro, Cornwall-based inventor who has been in the Pacific Islands with his desalination plants made of polythene. It's really important to provide potable water for the population but some of these islands have no natural springs which makes inhabiting them very difficult. Andrew is also concerned about the continuing use of organophosphate pesticides and believes they were responsible for the BSE and CJD outbreak between 1996 and 2006

For years now Sabine McNeill has been a correspondent on this show. Peter Oakes joins us in an attempt to explain why our regular correspondent Sabine McNeill from Victims Unite website now finds herself in prison - he says he's been a victim of police corruption and explains why he believes Sabine has become the victim of a miscarriage of justice herself with the courts mistaking her attempt to present evidence of crime as harassment, He also believes there is no legal remedy when things go wrong.

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Tim Hurford  00:58:25  128Kbps mp3
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Andrew Tweedie desalination only  00:06:45  128Kbps mp3
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