BFBS Radio Sitrep
NYF and Sony Radio Award winning Sitrep brings you discussion and analysis on defence, foreign policy and the stories affecting the British Forces. Presented by Kate Gerbeau with defence analyst Christopher Lee.

Is the detention centre in Camp Bastion Britain’s Guantanamo Bay?
 
How will the lifting of the EU arms embargo affect the Syrian conflict?
 
Will the MoD meet the Treasury’s demands for cuts to the defence budget?
 
Plus,  Henry VIII's flagship, the Mary Rose, comes to life in  a new museum in Portsmouth
 
And …discover which toys were influenced by war over the last 200 years
 
 
PRESENTER: CLAIRE SADLER standing in for Kate Gerbeau
STUDIO GUEST: BFBS’s Defence Analyst Christopher Lee
 
OTHER INTERVIEWS: 
 
BFBS Reporter Will Inglis reporting from Camp Bastion on the suspected Afghan insurgents.
 
International Affairs analyst Martin McCauley from university College London discusses the Camp Bastion detainees and the Syrian conflict.
 
BFBS Reporter Liz Mullen on defence cuts to the MoD police
 
BFBS reporter Tim Cooper visits the new Mary Rose Museum
 
V&A’s Museum of Childhood, curator Sarah Wood discusses the museum’s “War Games” exhibition
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You can listen on BFBS Radio 2 at 1630 (UK time) and at 1830 (UK time) on BFBS (via webb, App & DAB in the UK and on FM in Scotland, Colchester, Salisbury Plain, Aldershot, Catterick & Blandford Forum)
 
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