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Dialect - Economic Feudalism - lessons from the Icelandic banking collapse

Bristol Broadband Co-operative | 24.04.2009 00:31 | Analysis | History | World

CIA & the Mafia plus local Blues musician Chris Scott, Harry Hornsey and Tim Page
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Dialect - 25th April 2009 - mp3 6.9M

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Times on the MP3 file
01:00 - Introduction
01:45 - News item on proximity of bankers to the Bush administration policy makers
05:30 - Icelandic banking collapse - what lessons can we learn? from
13:30 - Chris Scott local guitarist, blues singer and musician
27:00 - Blues musicians Harry Hornsey and Tim Page - a song 'Send Me To The Electric Chair' and Ragtime
43:30 - History of Organised Crime by David Southwell, read by Malcolm Grieves, Gladio and the CIA Mafia
53:30 - Jeff Sparkes - What's On this week
58:30 - credits

Presenter - John Peters-Coleman
Reporter - Tony Gosling
Studio Production - Vilas Chitrakaran
Producers - Anthea Page and John Peters-Coleman

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