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Radio Bristol
Weekly Program
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Dec. 2, 2012, 11:03 a.m.
James Bruce on his pilgrimages to raise money for Mary’s Meals, a charity that provides meals for school children across the world.
Pink Floyd Goodbye Cruel World with a comment on war.
Syrian Protesters outside the Bradenburg Gate Berlin.
Sakir Yildrim on his ambulance mercy missions to Syria.
Clive Burlton on Bristol Books and the demise of the Boy’s Clubs.
Sean Griffiths Architect at the Arnolfini on Globilisation of Architecture and Culture.
Merndlessohn, A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Students from Bristol University talk about theit forthcoming production and the Centenary Celebrations next year of Benjamin Britten’s birth.
Presenter Kirstie Paul.
Features Anthea Page
Engineer Adrian Potrowski
Producer Anthea Page

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