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    From: Andy Roberts To: UFO UpDates - Toronto Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 21:22:16 -0000 Subject: Sequel To
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      From: Andy Roberts <aj.roberts@...>
      To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@...>
      Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 21:22:16 -0000
      Subject: Sequel To BBC's The New X-Files


      Pilgrims

      Two of Britain's best known UFO incidents are put under critical
      scrutiny in BBC Radio 4's sequel to last year's programme on
      Britain's X-Files.

      The Berwyn Mountains incident of 1974 and the Rendlesham Forest
      mystery of 1980 feature in "The New X-Files" broadcast at 8pm on
      Monday, 3 November 2003.

      In the programme two of the key British military participants in
      the Rendlesham incident give their first revealing media
      interviews.

      They are: Squadron Leader Donald Moreland (British base
      commander, Bentwaters-Woodbridge) and Squadron Leader Derek
      Coumbe who was Commanding Officer of Eastern Radar, RAF Watton
      in 1980-81.

      Coumbe was present at the RAF Watton when Colonel Charles Halt
      called to ask him to scan radars for evidence of UFOs over
      Rendlesham Forest. He also ordered radar tapes to be impounded
      for the MOD investigation that commenced in January 1981. This
      is the first time he has spoken publicly about his role in the
      events.

      The original programme featured Dave Clarke and Andy Robert's
      discovery of the existence of a British MOD Flying Saucer
      Working Party during the 1950s.

      Programme notes and audio downloads can be found at:

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/science/xfiles.shtml

      BBC Radio 4 frequencies in the UK are 92.4-94.6 MHz;
      198 kHz.



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