1st HOUR: Bristol Co-op public radio "Friday Drivetime" co-hosts Tony Gosling and Martin "Old Labour" Summers held a very interesting discussion into the investigations Summers made on the use of various intelligence agencies in the Ukraine. From the April 18th broadcast "State of the City":Second hour: Occupations of police and government buildings in Eastern Ukraine, talks between Russia, EU, US and Ukraine in Geneva agree protesters will disarm but Ukrainian occupiers say they will ignore the decision. Leaked phone call from Estonian foreign minister Umas Paets to EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Catherine Ashton. Similar situations in Venezuela (2002) and Syria (2011). According to Dispatches documentary ‘Murder in St James’, PC Yvonne Fletcher was not killed from the Libyan embassy in (1984). Was she killed by the security services: CIA, Mossad or MI5. Executive Director of the Open Rights Group Jim Killock talks about next week’s surveillance legal action talk at St Werburgh’s Community Centre. Privacy not Prism – Challenging GCHQ in the European courts. Follow ORG Bristol on Twitter @ORGBristol. Granville Williams ... is preparing a new book on who owns the British media in the internet age.
2nd HOUR: Brian Lawless and RFK producer Michael Caddell discuss recent articles and news analysis about Ukraine including, but not limited to: Robert Parry's latest at Consortium News concerning the New York Times half-ass correction of a photo it published falsely proving Russian commandos infiltrated into Ukraine (see it here), and Dave Lindorff's examination, of the hypocrisy of U.S. officials Vice- President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry.
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