BFBS Radio Sitrep
Sitrep is a unique current affairs radio programme produced by the British Forces News team with expert analysis of Defence and Foreign Affairs as our agenda. Presented by Kate Gerbeau and featuring our Forces News Defence Analyst Christopher Lee, Sitrep is the only place on radio where you'll find a comprehensive look back at the week's most significant events in Defence.

PRESENTER KATE GERBEAU

 

SITREP TRAIL THURS, 19th November

 

 

 

The PM tell us why Britain should bomb Syria but can he secure the vote?

 

Plus: Reflections on this week’s Defence review

 

The diplomatic fall out between Russia and Turkey,

 

Are Al Qaeda a bigger long term threat than ISIS?

 

And is Climate Change the world’s biggest enemy?

 

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PRESENTER TIM COLLINS

 

 

SITREP TRAIL THURS, 19th November

 

 

After the Paris terror attacks - how can we beat ISIS and if we do, how will we manage the peace?

 

Find out what’s likely to be in next week’s Defence and Security Review .

 

Could cyber-attacks bring Britain to a standstill inside three days?

 

and why the biggest long term threat is climate change.

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PRESENTER KATE GERBEAU

 

SITREP TRAIL THURS, 5th   November

 

After four years of war in Syria can this weekend’s Vienna talks bring hope?

The Defence Review – are we about to find out who gets what and how much it'll cost.

Is the Chancellor trying to hi-jack Trident from the MoD?

Why the Cyber geeks in Southampton could be potential recruits for GCHQ.

And, Inside the Glasshouse - what's life really like inside Colchester's military prison?

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PRESENTER KATE GERBEAU

 

SITREP TRAIL THURS, 5th   November

 

Terror in Sinai, was it a bomb that bought the plane down?

 

Will the Commons ever hold a vote to go into Syria?

 

What’s in the Snooper’ Charter and how will affect British Forces?

 

And, why a former Army Chief says the NHS should be spending more money on mental health.

 

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