1st Hour from Bristol Cooperative FM community radio (U.K.): Interview with financial journalist Nicholas Dunbar, author of 2011 book 'The Devil's Derivatives', about the banking industry. Derivatives explained, and how money is made out of them – 'the tail that wags the dog'; the four big accountancy firms and total failures of regulation of the banking system; the City of London and politics; despite causing the 2008 crisis the derivatives market has GROWN since 2008; financial crash; QE causing nervousness; and how to fix the system it. Marina Morris has just returned from her native Kharkov in Ukraine, gives a moving pro-EU view of what is happening to her city and her country. The crisis in Ukraine and the referendum in Crimea on Sunday - US secretary of state John Kerry – are Blackwater mercenaries in Eastern Ukraine? Were some snipers in Kiev right wing extremists backed by NATO? Interview with barrister Michael Shrimpton, who is going on trial next week for telling police about a nuclear bomb hoax at the London Olympics. David Powell, from South West Friends of the Earth looks at Somerset flooding, dredging, climate change - most of the highest rainfalls ever recorded have been since year 2000. Ideas about the missing Boeing 777 Malaysian Airlines MH370 that left Kalar Lumpur for Beijing. Rolls Royce explain that aircraft continued for 2,200 miles after it lost contact. Researcher hacks aircraft controls with Android smartphone in 2013.
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