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State Of The City reports
Saudi Arabia led military action in Yemen: ISIS; Syria; Iraq; Africom; Centcom
Weekly Program
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https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2015/03/27/bcfm-weekly-politics-show-with-tony-gosling-2/
Investigative reports: Saudi Arabia led military action in Yemen: ISIS; Syria; Iraq; Africom; Centcom; NATO. Crashing drones are exposing secrets about U.S. war operations: US money to ISIS. Germanwings plane crash throws spotlight on cockpit security: 150 more victims of 9/11 because of extra door security measures. Daniele Ganser, on Julian Charles show 'The Mind Renewed', discusses NATOs' secret armies in Germany and who was really behind the Red Army Faction (RAF) and Baader Meinhof German terror gangs: Gorbachev; Nazis; Red Army Faction; communism. Is Investigative Journalism Dead? With senior journalism lecturer at UWE Phil Chamberlain and TV documentary maker Tim Tate. Discussion: 'Is Investigative Journalism Dead?' between Tim Tate, documentary maker and author, and Phil Chamberlain, Senior Journalism Lecturer at UWE and author of 'Blacklisted: The Secret War between Big Business and Union Activists. Will the internet do the job of big documentary teams? Paul Foot; investigative journalism being starved; enormous cost of hard-hitting investigations; after 1988 Thames TV documentary about the SAS executing IRA terrorists 'Death on the Rock' but Tories didn't like it, Thames TV 'lost' their licence. Thatcher changed quotas for TV; Panorama, Dispatches; Cook Report; lawyers; Boeing; 'Blacklisted' book by Phil; child sexual abuse – Liz MacKean's Savile piece pulled from BBC's Newsnight editor Peter Ripon then subsequent story by Miles Goslett was refused by every national newspaper, finally published in The Oldie (whose editor Richard Ingrams was subsequently sacked); clip from Tim's film 'Conspiracy of Silence' about child sexual abuse, FBI and The Franklin Scandal which was pulled from Discovery Channel; does investigative journalism change anything? Watergate, US investigative journalist Michael Hastings killed investigating CIA spying on journalists and elected politicians.

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