Sep 16, 2010

Ep. 121 'Viable' communities and Fallujah health risks

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Aired on 2SER 107.3fm radio Sydney 9-9.30am - 9th September 2010
Presented by Tessa Dowdell and Jessica Minshall

2SER's Neighbourhood Watch producer Shant Fabricatorian interviewed Dr Chris Busby, a co-author of a report into the long-term health effects of the bombarment of Fallujah. The report is available from:

Third Degree's Simon Unwin looks at what constitutes a 'viable' community.
He speaks with John Bishton from  the Barraba Development Committee.

Last week we took a look at protest and unrest on the streets of San Francisco as 5 million barrels of oil remain suspended in the Gulf of Mexico. We continue to understand the damaging role of chemical dispersants used in clean-up attempts of oil spills. Journalist and activist Dahr Jamail has just returned from the disaster zone and he talks here with Susan Gallymore from Rising Sands Radio.

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