Fri, 7 July 2017
SITREP TRAIL THURS, 6th July (KATE PRESENTS TODAY)
One year after publishing his report Sir John Chilcot finally speaks out but why did it take so long?
Why NATO’s ready for business on the front line.
How should the international community respond to North Korea?
And, the people's storybook of the Cold War.
Former BBC Diplomatic Correspondent and now Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, Bridget Kendall and BFBS Defence Analyst Christopher Lee.
Brigadier Commander Mike Elviss speaking to BFBS reporter Rob Olver in Paderborn.
Professor Hazel Smith from the Centre of Korea Studies at the school of Oriental and African Studies at The University of London.
Christopher Lee, BFBS Defence Analyst.
COLD WAR, STORIES FROM THE BIG FREEZE
The BBC's former Moscow and then Diplomatic Correspondent Bridget Kendall - now the Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, who has written an oral history of the Cold War.
THURSDAYS at 4:30pm UK TIME on BFBS RADIO 2 and at 6:30pm UK TIME on BFBS & UK Bases
You can listen on BFBS Radio 2 at 1630 (UK time) and at 1830 (UK time) on BFBS (via web & App in the UK and on FM in Scotland, Colchester, Salisbury Plain, Aldershot, Catterick & Blandford Forum) On Sky Channel 0211.
Alternatively listen again on the website, or download the Sitrep Podcast.