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The Running Order ( First Draft )

  • Rupert Allman
  • 30 Oct 07, 09:38 AM

Rupert: Here's a rough running order, how the programme looks at the start of the week in its embryonic form. This will change and we hope you'll help us change it. Comments and suggestions all welcome, as are any other stories you'd like to hear on the programme.

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  1. At 11:08 AM on 30 Oct 2007, Andrew Scott wrote:

    You talk about Yahoo and how they have been handing out the names and IP details of these two activists. While that maybe have lead to tourture of these two.

    What about "The Big G" - Google

    Google.ci are filtering out their results to millions of Chiniese visitors searching for certain material. Surely this makes Google an accomplis of the Chinese government.

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  2. At 11:41 AM on 30 Oct 2007, tomtmo wrote:

    On the poppy's thing, i've recently changed view 180 degrees, from searching round for a white poppy, to thinking of going to a rememberance parade. It was something on radio4 that did it i think - an US army man on start the week who was talking about the brutality of faluja.

    Its not that "our boys are doing a wonderful job" or anything, just that it's really, really nasty being a soldier, and whether we use them in what i consider the right way or not, we need someone who is willing to do these grusome violent things.

    When you get a feeling for what waring is actually like, the arguments about political decisions somehow fade away.

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