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Part 3: Hilda Murrell - Murdered By The British State?

6/28/2016
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In 1984 Hilda Murrell, a 78-year-old distinguished rose-grower turned anti-nuclear campaigner, was found brutally murdered outside her home town of Shrewsbury, England. The case became one of the biggest, most bizarre and baffling British murders of the 20th century involving political conspiracies surrounding the nuclear industry and the Falklands War. In the final part, Jason speaks to Hilda's nephew, formal Naval Commander Robert Green about what he thinks is directly responsible for...

Duration:00:20:48

Part 2: Hilda Murrell - Murdered By The British State?

6/24/2016
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In 1984 Hilda Murrell, a 78-year-old distinguished rose-grower turned anti-nuclear campaigner, was found brutally murdered outside her home town of Shrewsbury, England. In part 2 of the podcast, Hilda's nephew former Naval Commander, Robert Green talks about how the case took on extra national interest through the journalist Judith Cook and Labour MP Tam Dalyell

Duration:00:14:06

Part 1: Hilda Murrell - Murdered By The British State?

6/21/2016
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In 1984 Hilda Murrell, a 78-year-old distinguished rose-grower turned anti-nuclear campaigner, was found brutally murdered outside her home town of Shrewsbury, England. The case became one of the biggest, most bizarre and baffling British murders of the 20th century involving political conspiracies surrounding the nuclear industry and the Falklands War. In Part 1 of 3: Hilda’s nephew, former British Navy Commander Robert Green tells Jason McCrossan about the background to the murder.

Duration:00:14:37

2016 Orlando nightclub shooting

6/14/2016
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Jason McCrossan spoke to Orlando gay radio presenter DJ Justice about the homophobic terror attack on June 12. A 29-year-old launched a mass shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. So far we know forty-nine people were murdered and fifty-three others were wounded inside the nightclub. The attack is the deadliest mass shooting by a single gunman in U.S. history.

Duration:00:15:17

NHS Weekend Effect - No Lives Lost

5/23/2016
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Being admitted to hospital at the weekend doesn't mean you're more likely to die than during the week, according to research by the The University of Manchester. This research contradicts the government's key argument for enforcing a new contract on junior doctors in England. University of Manchester health economist Rachel Meacock spoke to Jason McCrossan on 106.9 SFM. For more information: www.jmccrossan.co.uk

Duration:00:04:39

Matt Cardle Intimate & Live

5/16/2016
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Former X Factor winner Matt Cardle is touring Kent this summer with his "Intimate & Live" tour. He will be at the Marlowe and Orchard Theatres in July. He will also be previewing material from his new album "Higher Power". Matt spoke to Jason on 106.9 SFM. For more information visit: www.jmccrossan.co.uk

Duration:00:07:11

Jill Dando: The Unsolved Murder of a Celebrity

5/3/2016
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Jill Dando was a BBC journalist and presenter who for 14 years worked on successful programmes such as the flagship BBC Breakfast Time, Breakfast News, the BBC One O'Clock News, the Six O'Clock News, the travel programme Holiday, and the crime appeal series Crimewatch (from 1995 until her death). She was named BBC Personality of the Year in 1997. On the morning of 26 April 1999, Jill was fatally shot outside her home in Fulham, London. No one has ever been successful found guilty of her...

Duration:00:16:15

Earth Hour 2016

4/12/2016
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The Earth Hour project is a charitable organisation organised by WWF whose mission is uniting people to protect the planet. Earth Hour is a global annual event where millions of people switch off their lights for one hour to show they care about our planet. Earth Hour 2016 took place in an unprecedented 178 countries and territories, making it the biggest celebration for our planet ever. Shareen Brown spoke to Jason McCrossan on his Saturday morning breakfast show about events happening in...

Duration:00:06:38

Bonnie Britain Meets: Dan from the Feeling

3/28/2016
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Monday Matters with Jason McCrossan is broadcast on 106.9 SFM in Kent. On the show tonight: Our featured artist tonight is Gary Numan who produced commercial electronic music and had hits with "Cars" and "Are 'Friends' Electric?". He is 58 this week. In the music Kyra brings news about John Lennon, Massive Attack and music from Years & Years. Also, we hear of a new virus directly targeting Apple computers - which locks users out of their files until they pay a ransom - 1 bitcoin (£200). We...

Duration:00:42:12

Learn How To Flirt: Jason chats to Jean Smith

3/16/2016
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Jean Smith is a flirting expert who runs master classes in London to help us better understand the art of flirting successful. She spoke to Jason McCrossan on his Saturday Breakfast show on 106.9 SFM. For more information visit: www.jmccrossan.co.uk

Duration:00:08:46

Coppafeel Boobball with Bonnie Britain

2/17/2016
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Reporter Bonnie Britain returns with a look at an event aimed at breast cancer awareness called Coppafee. Boobball is a c charity game held in the olympic park with interviews with some of the players. Tom Fletcher from Mcfly, Ashley James, Gaby Roslin, Dan Edgar and Kate Write from TOWIE and Kristin Hallenga.

Duration:00:19:49

Sea Fever by John Masefield

2/15/2016
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John Masefield was the Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom from 1930 until his death in 1967. He is remembered as the author of the classic children's novels The Midnight Folk and The Box of Delights, and poems, including "The Everlasting Mercy" and "Sea-Fever" - the latter was read by Gill Fraser Lee on Jason McCrossan's Saturday Breakfast Show on 106.9 SFM. For more information, visit: www.jmccrossan.co.uk

Duration:00:03:06

Former Cop Nigel Boulton discusses Child Protection & Abuse

2/9/2016
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Former detective Nigel Boulton is the original designer of the multi-agency safeguarding hub (MASH), and now supporting MASH delivery and safeguarding improvements around the UK. Nigel spoke to Jason McCrossan on his Monday Matters radio show on 106.9 SFM (www.sfmradio.com) about how MASH is used to share information across agencies and identify children and vulnerable adults who are at risk from Female genital mutilation, extremism, radicalisation just to name a few. More information can be...

Duration:00:22:21

POEM: Robert Louis Stevenson - Home No More Home to Me

2/5/2016
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Every Saturday morning at around 07:50 on Jason McCrossan's breakfast show on 106.9 SFM poetry is read out in the feature Tranquil Time. This poem is read by Gill Fraser Lee and is by Robert Louis Stevenson - Home No More home. For more info about the show: www.jmccrossan.co.uk Picture is of Glen Affric Estate in Scotland.

Duration:00:03:09

POEM: A Dream Within A Dream by Edgar Allan

12/25/2015
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Gill Fraser Lee reads the poem A Dream Within A Dream by Edgar Allan on Jason McCrossan's breakfast show on 106.9 SFM. For more poems, visit www.jmccrossan.co.uk

Duration:00:02:27

Oscar Pistorius - The life of a MURDERER

12/22/2015
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Oscar Pistorius is a murderer. He brutally shot and killed his girlfriend after an argument in his apartment on the morning of valentines day 2013. Lisa Wilson has co-authored many books about the killing - including her latest booked called THE APPEAL: Oscar Pistorius - which she wrote with the freelance journalist and author Nick van der Leek. Jason spoke to Lisa about Oscar and they discussed the man behind the image - including the fact that Oscar bullied his way into the London Olympics...

Duration:00:38:26

Isamic Students Try To Halt blasphemy & apostasy talk

12/16/2015
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Maryam Namazie is a political activist, campaigner and blogger. She had been invited to talk at Goldsmiths University by the Atheist, Secularist and Humanist Society campus group, to speek on blasphemy and apostasy. However, members of the Goldsmiths University Students Union’s Islamic Society switched off a projector and heckled as Maryam tried to deliver her lecture on the evening of 3rd December. The Islamic students disrupted the speech because they claimed it “violated their safe...

Duration:00:17:51

A visit to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home

12/8/2015
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Situated in South London, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is the oldest and most famous home for dogs and cats in the United Kingdom. Since it was founded, Battersea has rescued, reunited and rehomed over 3.1 million dogs and cats - none of which would be possible without its team of over 1000 volunteers who help at Battersea’s three centres, in roles including dog and cat socialising, gardening, admin support and giving talks in the community. Jason McCrossan and Bonnie Britain paid the home a...

Duration:00:25:47

POEM You, Darkness by Rainer Maria Rilke

12/5/2015
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Every Saturday morning on 106.9 SFM Jason McCrossan runs the radio feature Tranquil TIme - a poem on the radio. Gill Fraser Lee reads the poem You, Darkness by Rainer Maria Rilke was a Bohemian-Austrian poet and novelist, "widely recognised as one of the most lyrically intense German-language poets" For more information visit: www.jmccrossan.co.uk

Duration:00:02:13

Vampires, Ghouls & Ghosts with Dr Richard Sugg

11/30/2015
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As the nights get darker and with Halloween been and gone, Jason McCrossan will talk vampires & the supernatural with Dr Richard Suggs from Durham University in England. For more information please visit: www.jmccrossan.co.uk This interview was first broadcast on www.sfmradio.com

Duration:00:26:08